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Improve Your Organization’s EQ to Improve the Bottom Line Improve Your Organization’s EQ to Improve the Bottom Line

What is EQ? EQ is similar to IQ; IQ stands for Intelligence Quotient whereas EQ stands for Emotional Intelligence Quotient. EQ is a measure of your ability to monitor, identify, understand and use emotional information, whether it comes from you or from somebody else.

Future-Focused Leaders Create Cultures of Purpose Future-Focused Leaders Create Cultures of Purpose

Are you looking for ways to increase employee engagement and improve organizational culture? Then focus on using purpose.

Attract, Develop and Retain Female Talent Keynote Attract, Develop and Retain Female Talent Keynote

Women who leave your organization either join your competitors or become your competitors by launching their own businesses. In fact, as of 2010, there were more than 8 million woman-owned businesses in the U.S.

Engage Every Age Keynote Engage Every Age Keynote

Once you understand the history, traits, and culture of each generation, you can then better speak each generation’s language, which builds rapport and trust. The result? Higher sales, improved bottom-line results, and increased employee retention.

Preparing Leaders for the Future Workforce Keynote Preparing Leaders for the Future Workforce Keynote

There are big changes coming to the American workforce. In order to survive and thrive in the very different workplace of tomorrow, organizations need to know, plan and stay in front of these changes.

Managing Difficult Employees Managing Difficult Employees

Today leaders and managers need winning strategies to avoid the costly pitfalls of high turnover, low morale, and poor collaboration—not to mention the high costs of missed deadlines and incomplete projects.

Transformational Leadership & The Future of Work

Every Day, 27 Million People at Work in the U.S. Suffer in Silence

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Every Day, 27 Million People at Work in the U.S. Suffer in Silence

I kept having fevers. I couldn’t sleep. I was feeling totally unfocused. I thought it was just an extension of my restless shark-like tenancies, but after days of unrelenting symptoms, I decided I should see a doctor. Here’s how our conversation went:   “It’s menopause.” “What? That’s not possible. I’m too young.” “Yes, it is. […]

These 15 Companies Know How to Keep Employees Happy

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These 15 Companies Know How to Keep Employees Happy

By Ashley Bell, originally published on SnackNation Some companies just know how to keep employees happy. You should be jealous of them. Research (and common sense) shows that happy employees work harder, work better, and work for you longer. Keeping your employees happy gives you more than just warm fuzzies; it bolsters your bottom line. […]

Top Five Women in the Workplace Posts of 2015

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Top Five Women in the Workplace Posts of 2015

I was speaking to a room full of top, female mortgage industry professionals and asked what they most struggle with while working in a male-dominated industry. I don’t know what I expected them to say, but I certainly didn’t expect these successful women to answer my question with “Being heard” and “Not wanting to appear […]

Testimonials

  • Judit Radnai Toth, Talentbrand.io

    “Anne gave an outstanding presentation about purpose driven organisations at Stretch. It helped me reframe my thinking about the importance of our core values, and shifted me closer to create something that really has value. “

    - Judit Radnai Toth, Talentbrand.io
  • Chris Lorence, Executive VP & Chief Marketing Officer, Independent Community Bankers of America
    In a quest to take our centralized marketing team and deliverables to the next level, we explored several ways to engage our internal clients and sharpen our creativity. Learning more about EQ was a lightbulb of discovery; illuminating  a clearer understanding of how we relate, what drives our thinking and more importantly how we could work better together. We haven’t stopped talking about the impact of this session.
    - Chris Lorence, Executive VP & Chief Marketing Officer, Independent Community Bankers of America
  • Rabbi Bradley Solmsen, Director of Youth Engagement, The Union for Reform Judaism

    I found Anne to be a skilled, careful listener. She was able to bring an impressive set of tools, experiences and perspectives to my work in an extremely focused and concrete way. I deeply appreciated Anne’s follow-up between our coaching sessions. She always remembered even the smallest details of our conversations from one session to the next. I feel as though, through the coaching I did with Anne, that I have new-found abilities and frameworks that have made me more successful and productive.

    - Rabbi Bradley Solmsen, Director of Youth Engagement, The Union for Reform Judaism
  • Javier von Westphalen, SVP Corporate Communications & Strategy, HMA Cultural Marketing

    Anne is like an athletic coach for leaders.  As an ex-competitive swimmer, my coach used to tell me what I was doing wrong, share a different perspective, and work with me to improve my time. We paid attention to start, strokes, turns, breathing and competitors. Like my swim coach, Anne made me aware of blind spots. She forced me to look in the mirror and know myself better, highlighted areas to improve, helped me develop a progress plan, and kept me focused. The bonus? She likes to celebrate short wins and keeps it fun!

     

    - Javier von Westphalen, SVP Corporate Communications & Strategy, HMA Cultural Marketing
  • Daren Thomas, Washington Performing Arts Society

    Anne has the ability to take a no-win situation and turn it into an opportunity for her client to grow both professionally and personally. Her approach is both disciplined and gracious, always leaving room for new heights.

    - Daren Thomas, Washington Performing Arts Society
  • Ginni Siler, USGHR

    Anne Loehr spoke at the University System of Georgia Human Resource Association’s Spring Conference. She gave extremely engaging and thought provoking presentations.

    Attendees remarks included, “Great presentation, we should have her speak to the group again”. There was such great energy in the concurrent sessions she led, the participants did not want to go to their next sessions.

    - Ginni Siler, USGHR

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