Speaker Lynette:
Motivational Keynote Speaker, Inspiring Trainer

Keynotes,  Lunch-and-Learns, Seminars, Teleseminars

 and Individual Coaching 

“Dynamic!”   “Wise!”

are some of the things audiences are saying

Thanks again for being a part of our conference. … your session … was fabulous!
                                  Emily Westlund, Midwest Worksite Wellness Conference

You MOVED the crowd to emotional ups and to a moment of reflection.  There is nothing better than that.  Bravo and well done.
                         Susan A. Fink, Vice President, External Relations, Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation

personable and .. a lively speaker… such good feedback – one employee said  she “wowed” me!”  
                                 Carlene Holter, Human Resources, Lindquist & Vennum

As a speaker, she’s super!  Her talk was packed with personal stories that resonated with everyone, and offered excellent strategies for success. Her content is amazing.  Her book is great for everyone … not just me. You’d enjoy it, and get some great tips for working with job seekers, friends and family (I sure did!). I want to get her talk, and/or her book in front of every introvert I know.  I highly recommend her.
                                 Catherine Byers Breet, President, Arbez.

 

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Popular talks include:

Introverts and Extroverts:
Joining Forces

As our culture becomes more and more competitive, challenging, focused on achievement, emphasizing speed and admiring of snap decision-makers, introverts are increasingly believed to be misfits.

Given poor performance reviews because of their quietness in meetings and reluctance to participate in team events, judged deficient because of their perceived failure to respond immediately or produce quick decisions, introverts are suffering more and more in the workplace – and in life. And that suffering is not just that of the individual; American culture and business may be losing out big-time because of the loss of introvert contributions.

Because of the introvert’s habit of gathering information, evaluating, and being willing to step out of the group to reflect and get a greater perspective, the introvert can often foresee and warn about potential missteps, even disasters. Slow to respond, the introvert provides forethought and a check on disastrous errors.

Given that introverts constitute slightly over 50% of the population, they are the ideal link to customers and clients who are also introverts, since they speak the same language and understand the same motivators.

Lynette has over 40 years’ experience working with diverse groups and people on communication differences and conflict, resulting in greater employee engagement and personal success. Her especial interest is in introversion, because she is one herself, and has walked all the steps she teaches.

An engaged employee is a valuable employee, contributing to:

  • Greater creativity – enhancing your competitive edge
  • Improved productivity – positively affecting your bottom line
  • Reduced absences – decreasing costs of health programs and increasing time spent in productive work
  • Fewer conflicts – reducing time needed to mediate conflict
    …AND MORE!

 

The Confident Introvert

How introverts can thrive and not just survive in a culture that idealizes extroverts;
How society can benefit from their inclusion
 

Being smart and competent isn’t enough to ensure success.  Leadership and renown aren’t necessarily a reward for being good at what you do – it is recognition of how visible you have made your excellent qualities to others.

Being visible is something that introverts, who constitute an estimated one-third to one-half of the U.S. population, find difficult to do.   Our stereotype of a leader may keep us from recognizing or acknowledging their very real contributions or potential contributions.  All of society is poorer if we marginalize that large a group of  potentially thoughtful and creative  people.

In The Confident Introvert, Lynette shows how introverts can thrive, and not just survive, in a culture that idealizes extroversion. Furthermore, she gives extrovert parents, teachers, and managers a glimpse of what introversion is all about, and how to work effectively with introverts.

You address your audience with amazing energy and such class! You are eloquent and full of life—you effectively gained the attention of your audience from the start and held it to the end—even despite the talk being scheduled after lunch!.  Lynette, you are a star.
Ruth Lindquist, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, FAAN,
Distinguished Professor of Graduate and Professional Education, University of Minnesota

 

We would definitely recommend  Lynette to any organization looking for a speaker who  (wants someone to) for….(conveya positive message about simple steps to take control of your health and that it’s never too late to make improvements and possibly reverse some of the damage already done.

  Sue Pearson, Director of Administration,
  Murnane Brandt Law Firm

 

Lynette is a highly skilled trainer. She is knowledgeable, practical, and inspiring. She engages her audience with real-life stories that bring both hope and enthusiasm to want to grow and be healthy. I highly recommend hiring Lynette
Bridget Gothberg, Director Of Training,  City of St. Louis Park

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I have had so many wonderful comments on your presentation—and many thanks from those who attended.  You did a fantastic job, and gave out some very helpful information.  Thanks Lynette!

  Lisa Simon, Mgr. Benefits & HR MS Faegre & Benson Law Firm

You address your audience with amazing energy and such class! You are eloquent and full of life—you effectively gained the attention of your audience from the start and held it to the end—even despite the talk being scheduled  after lunch!.  Lynette, you are a star
Ruth Lindquist, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, FAAN, Distinguished Professor of Graduate and Professional Education, University of Minnesota

Her experience and expertise shine through on every talk, and the listeners are the winners, regardless what the topic she is sharing.

 Connie Anderson, business writer and book editor,
Words and Deeds
 

 

Lynette Crane is a  Certified Life Coach . Offering speaking engagements and presentations, 

SHRM Recertification Provider Seal 2016

Lynette is a member of MVP Seminars. Visit her at www.MVPSeminars.com

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