Are you looking for a speaker to create straight, fun, inspiring and courageous conversations with your audiences? To share stories, lessons, approaches and wisdom acquired over the many years on how to create, design and live the life you want. I am that speaker!!
Let me use the lessons I have learned from life and for working with thousands of individuals to inspire your audiences.
I absolutely love having conversations about how to have us all “know better and do better” as Dr May Angelou often said. I am particularly passionate about speaking to women leaders. I always aim for my talks to be thought provoking. Inspiring your audiences to view their lives, their work, their relationships and their life purpose in a new way. And, leaving willing to design, create and Live their lives in a different way. Taking on new and sometimes even bold actions.
If you are interested in me speaking at one of your events, then please email me here.
What people have said about Shirley’s speaking :
Shirley not only attracted a large crowd, but had a compelling story to share. She spoke about becoming a strong, self-aware woman and thriving in a male dominated environment. Shirley moved the audience by being vulnerable, authentic and addressing reality head on. We had such positive feedback after the event.
Board member of Diversity Network,
UK Investment Bank
Shirley reminded me that in order to accomplish what I want in life, I can't continue to live in fear. I took a deep breath when she shared the quote, "it is our light, not our darkness that we are most afraid of". She helped me realize that I have to embrace my accomplishments and use them as a springboard towards success. Most importantly, I saw that each individual has a unique story to tell and our stories help us to define our identity. Shirley has an excellent approach with allowing people to feel comfortable with sharing their vulnerabilities, fears and doubts. Shirley was authentic, attentive, honest and captivating. Petula, US Investment Bank
Shirley was the speaker at the Women's Networking lunch. The event asked participants to reflect on thought provoking questions unlike the other corporate talks I normally go to. She was engaging from the outset asking us key questions. This was not your standard PowerPoint slides and speech.
It gave a lot of material to reflect on, inform and make a conscious decision to make changes. It was clear she had extensive experience in advising and guiding others in personal development and ultimately developing leaders. The event I attended was inspiring, informative and ultimately impactful.
Cecile Uwagba, US Investment Bank,