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I just felt that everything that the speaker was speaking about was not new information or not anything I could hear from an audiobook. It wasn’t terrible. I just felt she talked way too long and repeated herself about many things that women already knew they faced in the workplace. I read that the event was a networking opportunity. I assumed we would have chances to share our own ideas and work in teams to come up with ideas. However, I sat there for 3.5 hours listening to a woman talk and present a slide show. It wasn’t interactive at all. I work in a business where I don’t get the opportunity to communicate with other working women. I am an independent contractor and I had a desire to really talk to get some ideas from everyday working women. And I feel this presentation did the opposite of what it intended. She kept mentioning the fact that workplaces don’t allow women a chance to speak out. When she never gave us a chance to speak out except when putting someone on the sp
This seminar was very helpful and informative. I will note that this seminar focuses more on your personal personality when dealing with co-workers/staff as opposed to how to deal with difficult customers/clients.
Receptionist at Jefferson County Child Development Council
Instructor was very knowledgeable and gave out some good information about things we need to know when handling the front desk; for example try not to have to many people in the lobby. I enjoyed this seminar it was very informative and helpful.
Production Manager/Human Resources at Peter A. Leptuch Designs
Absolutely Amazing! I learned so much. I I highly recommend everyone in a HR position to attend this conference. You and your company will benefit it immensely. The speaker breaks down the laws and helps you understand them.
I’ve been to a lot of conferences over the years and Tiesha was the BEST presenter ever! This was my first Pryor conference and I will definitely attend more. I can’t say enough about the experience! I will be watching for her to present again.
This was worthwhile, I felt Jim Mitchell did a fine job. One of the things I appreciated in his presentation was a respect for women- a rarity, but so important. I think he had to hit the road, but some Q/A time would have been nice at the END.