Extras Just for You

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Quicksilver Edge’s principals are experienced speakers, presenters and communication coaches.  They’ve led employee performance training workshops, classes, panels, and keynote presentations for audiences from five 500.  Audiences get lots of WIIFM (what’s in-it-for-me.)  Content that is practical and ready to implement.

 Select from these presentation topics, or suggest a topic we can be tailor to your specific needs. Contact us to schedule Debra, John or Sherree for your conference or event.

Debra Bethard-Caplick / Topics: 
 
  • The Unintentional Entrepreneur
  • Public Relations and Marketing for Volunteer Leaders
  • Boomers…. X…Y…Z & Beyond: Generational Marketing
  • Social Media Basics: Getting Started
  • Do-it-Yourself Measurement & Evaluation Using Free Tools
  • Virtually Working: The Online World
  • The Creative Process
  • How Do You Know Which Words to Use?
  • Basic Public Relations for the Small Business Owner
  • The Executive in Academia: Transitioning to Teaching
  • Award Entries as a Foundation for PR Campaign Structure

John M. Castagna / Topics …

  • Surprise! You’re Doing It: Age Discrimination and You (and us)
  • How to Give a Presentation People Will Want to Listen To
  • The Four-letter Word Leaders Need to Use
  • The Fierce Productivity Solution: Dialogue Intensity
  • A Communications PHD Program to Spur Innovation
  • What The Beatles (and others) Can Teach You About Leadership
  • Professional Athletes: The Hometown Hero Leadership Opportunity

 Sherree Geyer / Topics … 

  • Take an Active Editorial Role: Write in active voice
  • The Straight Dope on Medical-Healthcare Communications
  • Writing Jargon-Free Technical Communications
  • Integrating Communications Across Multiple Platforms
  • PR Planning and Execution for Non-Profits
  • PR Planning for Small to Mid-Sized Businesses
  • PR Programs That Don’t Bulge the Budget
  • Measurement Metrics: The Crown Achievement in PR Planning

 

 

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