Corporate Programs

Watch Alexandra speaking to 500 HR executives at a recent national conference:

The Future of Work to 2030
This session for all types of employees will address how the global workplace, organizations, and employees will change in the next 10-15 years. By exploring the implications of these developments, individuals will be in an excellent position to be both productive and competitive in the workforce of tomorrow.


Grooming Young Professionals for Success
This session for Baby Boomer and Generation X managers will provide an overview of the attitudes, behaviors, expectations, and communication styles of today’s twenty-something and thirty-somethings and will explore tactics for recruiting, managing, retaining, and developing them into our organizations' rising leaders.

Communicating Across the Generations
This session for employees of all ages will share some of the communication frustrations between the five generations currently in the workforce (including the compelling Generation Z, set to arrive in the next two years!) and provide attendees with concrete strategies to build a better sense of community in the organization.

They Don’t Teach Corporate in College
This session for twenty-somethings will advise on developing an effective professional persona, including how to make a positive first impression on business contacts and how to practice strong communication and diplomacy with colleagues.

Overcoming Gender Differences to Create a Winning Team
This highly engaging session will educate attendees on documented gender differences, By recommending specific communication strategies to reconcile men and women's sometimes conflicting perspectives, we empower both genders and help your female employees advance.

Combating the 10 Myths of Business Success
This session will offer guidance for surviving and thriving in a post-recessionary business climate that eschews controversy, office politics, and quicky promotions and is returning to an emphasis on traditional workplace values like trust and direct communication.

Why Passion is Overrated
Within the context of 70% of professionals aiming to start their own businesses, this session will focus on why "doing what you love" isn't all its cracked up to be. By the time we finish extoling the virtues of established companies and strategizing about how to create meaningful work in one's current job, your employees will be begging you to stay instead of looking for greener pastures.

Motivating Yourself to an Extraordinary Career
At a time when job dissatisfaction is at an all-time low, this session explores how individual employees can build their intrinsic motivation to succeed at work and feel better about their career prospects. Shared strategies include coping effectively with re-organization and pursuing intrapreneurship.

Please contact us for a customized proposal. Alexandra would be delighted to work with you.