Leaders make decisions all the time but very have ever had any training in how to make the best decision the first time. There are actual tools and techniques you can implement to increase your odds of getting to that best decision.
Price Range: Contact for rates
Gig Length: 30 - 360 minutes
Languages: American Sign Language, German
What to Expect
"Wow!" "You were so vibrant!" "I'll never look at decision-making the same...ever!" "And I thought I could sleep during your session. Was I ever wrong." "The time just flew by." "I've really learned something I can use." "You were funny, sharp and helpful. What a combo!" "Just what we needed."
I hear these comments all the time. It isn't just about my doing a great job during a speech. It's about all the time I spend before planning, talking with you, doing interviews of your people, getting to know your group and why they need my info.
It's also about my giving more than just a speech. I'll help you market the program, I'll coordinate with other presenters to make sure we have consistent messages, and I'll spend as much time as possible at your meeting talking with participants and hearing what is being said.
I don't just give speeches, I become your partner in the success of your meeting.
who is annette dubrouillet?
Annette Dubrouillet of Decisions Drivers has special expertise in the important skill of decision making. Her flagship program and book, Make No Mistake: How to make the best decision the first time are ideal for individuals and organizations. Participants walk away feeling more effective and efficient at decision-making. They'll solve problems, not hesitate. They'll feel more confident about making decisions, not just "wing it." They'll take more initiative, and implement, not ponder. No more analysis paralysis. They’ll spend less time “fixing the fix” by not having to correct bad decisions.
Dubrouillet spent over 13 years in leadership positions for family support programs within the U.S. Department of the Army, has owned her own training and consulting business and now speaks and writes on concrete methods and simple techniques to lead people to better decisions. As a former Special Education Teacher she is uniquely qualified to address audiences of all ages and group size, from ten to 1,000 and more. She delivers easy-to-understand, applicable content in an enjoyable fashion that shows her knowledge and concern for learning. Her information is readily adaptable to a general session, workshop or multi-day program.
Working with you toward your meeting objectives, Annette will personalize a presentation on topics ranging from how personality influences decisions, to the seven-step process for making decisions, to the top three actions seniors need to take to ensure the best decisions. Her system for moving through important decisions is a one-of-a-kind problem solving strategy that has the right blend of wisdom and, insights that can be implemented immediately.
Annette is a 20-year member of the National Speakers Association and served as the President of the Washington, DC chapter where she earned all of their top awards.
Her style is best described as charismatic, and approachable, laced with wit and reality. The most common response to her presentations is that her information is valuable and her manner, energetic and engaging.
Additional Booking Notes
I'm a low maintenance presenter. If needed I can provide my own laptop, projector, microphone and all my supplemental materials. I do need amplification for groups over 30 but if technology isn't working I have done presentations for as many as 200 without a microphone.
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