Emmy Award Winning Speaker

If you hire Jeri Mae Rowley for your conference, your participants will thank you profusely. She is a very Funny Story Teller!  Each story making an important business point; all the while making conference attendees laugh out loud over and over. Her stories from her life, as a saddle maker’s daughter, will inspire your members …

Flathead Valley SHRM

“Our half-day conference was a success, thanks to your skill as a professional speaker and presenter. Your presentation was lively and humorous—you give us tangible tools we could use in our work as HR professionals and business owners and managers. Here are a handful of comments attendees provided: • Excellent presenter; great interaction, great material …

Conference Call Do’s and Taboos

Conference calls can be a minefield of false starts, disruptive back ground noises, awkward silences and wasted time. Or, conference calls can be a convenient and cost-effective way for people to discuss important business. Based on personal hours spent on conference calls, I humbly submit the following “must do’s, “please do’s” and “taboos” for leading …

The Happiness Advantage

What if you could improve your productivity by 30% without sacrificing happiness? We’ve been told that if you have a good work ethic and work really hard, you can be successful and then you will be happy. New discoveries in psychology say this formula is backwards. If you reverse the order of the formula, you …

Appreciation

  “The deepest principle in human nature is the craving to be appreciated.” – William James People need to feel appreciation. Especially now, when all of us are “doing more [and even more] with less;” the yearning to feel appreciated is intense in every workplace. Pre-recession research from the U.S. Department of Labor revealed that …