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Check out Karen’s style and her energy as you sample three of her most requested programs –
“Change is Good”, “Stand by Your Brand”, and “Generations”.
Dave DaughertyPresident / The Daugherty Group
Karen is the most energetic, positive, and inspirational speaker in the business! She has enormous ‘bandwidth’ and diverse audience appeal because she researches her audience then customizes her speeches to address the concerns and characteristics of the group! She delivers a highly-relevant message in such a funny, straightforward, and comfortable manner that people have fun and learn what they need to do to become more effective in their work and personal lives.
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Yvette SegarraManager of Special Events / New Jersey Credit Union League
It is my pleasure to recommend Karen McCullough – she did an outstanding job at our convention. Attendees ranged in age from 18 to 85, and they all took something away. Change is Good – You Go First! People took selfies, interacted with each other, which is not the norm for our people. Not a negative word about Karen’s keynote – I sent her name across the country to all of my counterparts in the credit union industry – Karen is a Home Run!
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Karen innovates through her keen perception and knowledge of human behaviors and trends, including throwing in a little pop culture. With her uncanny sense of picking up behavioral traits that motivate and drive professional success, Karen has been able to successfully identify the key differences between the generations/genders/cultures and has identified the strengths and prime motivators that drive each group to succeed.
Before owning and operating her own retail stores, Karen McCullough spent years working with brands such as Ralph Lauren and The Limited. Later, as a retail CEO, she gained hands-on experience in marketing, brand building, driving sales, leadership development, customer loyalty, and managing a diverse generational team.
Karen’s Lessons from the Road
How to Manage Millennials - Generation Interruption is in the Workplace
There is no silver bullet when it comes to managing Millennials. It’s a bit more complicated than that. The key to successfully managing this generation begins with understanding them. They view the world, lifestyles, and work very differently than the generations preceding them. The unpopular news to previous generations is that you have to meet Millennials where they are—and, yes, it will take more energy, but if you invest the extra time, you are more likely to keep them and their talents in your organizationRead More ›
5 Tips to Help Make Your Story Sticky
They say that facts tell but stories sell... So, move over Brothers Grimm, storytelling is not just for kids anymore. Your story is a powerful tool that can help you advance your career, step into your leadership potential, and build a meaningful professional brand. We each have a story inside us waiting to be told. Powerful stories do more than entertain – they establish rapport, develop teams, make the sale, attract talent, relieve stress, build trust, manage expectations, and they make us smile.Read More ›
5 Undeniable Truths about Diversity
Diversity training can be uncomfortable for many of us because we have a fear of either being judged or seen as judging others. Even popular and forward thinking television shows reveal our discomfort with the subject. When it comes to living out diversity, the truth is, we find it much easier to simply keep ourselves surrounded by people like us even though, the benefits of a diverse workforce are HUGE! Here are 5 undeniable truths about diversity:Read More ›