“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside of you.”
~ Maya Angelou
Storytelling is one of the most powerful tools that you have to share your lived experiences with others and connect on an emotional level. It took more than fifteen years for me to grow comfortable with telling my story. Yet, the more I shared my experiences with colleagues, family, friends, the deeper our relationships grew.
Here are the topics I enjoy discussing as keynote presentations, as a panelist, for workshops, and webinars.
- How to Be the CEO of Your Career – A keynote presentation with practical examples of ways women can take risks, gain sponsorship, and network effectively for career growth.
- LeadHership: Navigating the Storm – The healthcare industry has been upended by continual disruption. This webinar focuses on wellness strategies for women working in healthcare.
- Cultivating Career Connections – This webinar, designed for early and mid careerists, talks about the difference between coaching, mentorship, and sponsorship while providing strategies for networking in a digital world.
- Sponsorship as a Career Amplifier for Women of Color – This fireside chat is where I share my personal journey and how sponsorship helped amplify my career. You will learn the 5 C’s of a Great Sponsor and ways to overcome challenges with access to sponsorship.
I also provide coaching for rising executives looking to obtain non-profit and for-profit board seats as part of their career plan. Board service, in addition to sponsorship, is an important aspect of your leadership development and a rich way of sharing your skills within your community.
If you are interested in booking Jhaymee Tynan for your next event, please contact her at email@example.com for her speaker sheet and pricing.
Past speaking clients have included Modern Healthcare, Becker’s Healthcare, the Chicago Women in Stem, National Association of Health Services Executives, the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, the Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development, and the American College of Healthcare Executives.