“Every idea should be simplified, but not diluted. Context is critical when communicating vision and values.”
Tracey provided an entertaining look at leadership. Her points hit home with the audience of building construction industry members and their spouses.
P.B., Chapter President, Construction Specifications Institute
The campus is still buzzing about your presentation and many students are earnestly asking about the value of follower-ship. I've got to now go back to add some pointers (and your new book) in my coursework.
I.E.M.E., Business Administration Program Lead, McCann School of Business and Technology
She has a strong grasp on what it takes to be a leader and follower and is able to take that information and make it relevant to her audience. We specifically had her come in and speak to our team at our Leadership Summit about the importance of followership. Our team really enjoyed her and it was a great learning experience.
J.M.T., Regional Human Resources Manager, Keystone Planet Fitness
We received great feedback about your keynote address and the Leadership Summit the next day. Your message was applicable to everyone and the healthy delivery of humor was refreshing. Annual Meetings can often become dry and our Annual Meeting was anything but dry! I heard people belly laughing during your engaging stories. The tools and tips about leadership/followership and hearing about your research was exciting and interesting.
J.A., President, Marion Chamber
Contact our team today at Tremendous Leadership about Tracey’s books, or to book her to speak to your organization.