- Anyone Can Speak To Inspire: Why just speak when you can inspire!
- Speak Up For Yourself
- Overcome Adversity
- Life is Good – Now: Aspire to Inspire
- How you Can Achieve your Goals
- Teaching students How Being Good is Cool
- Find Your Purpose: Anyone Can be a Great Public Speaker
Irene Brennick a former welfare mom, has brought tens of thousands of people to tears and cheers as she shares funny and even scary situations encountered as a United Way Campaigner.
Thru Irene’s personal stories, one learns how to overcome adversity, gain confidence, and further a career – while connecting with audiences in a meaningful way.
She has won numerous civic awards for helping others and founded the GOAL models program for at risk teens and even gang members.
Twenty six million people in the United States sell goods or services and must find their own clients.
These sales professionals will benefit from Irene’s presentation. Steps in “Bring Your Audience to Their Feet” lends itself to individual sales, but may also be used as a training guide for sales managers and corporate training departments.
According to the “Chronicle of Philanthropy,” nearly 800,000 charities are now listed on the Internal Revenue Service’s official roster.
Increased competition for shrinking charitable dollars makes the art of asking for money more important than ever.
Irene used her own story and assisted United Way president as the featured speaker at all major campaigns.
She is deeply involved in charity work and manages over 600 volunteers.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than a million teachers are employed by schools in the United States. Many of her examples comes from GOAL models program – a speaking program that motivates students to set and achieve goals.
What school teacher wouldn’t want to learn how to motivate students and become the kind of teacher students will listen to?
Irene doesn’t tell you how to get over the fear of public speaking, but how to get thru it, which is much more reasonable for those who want to speak, but find it intimidating.
Books by Irene Brennick