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VALERIE ALEXANDER
Keynotes, Workshops, Seminars

A great speaker can make your event.  Her talk can have ripple effects throughout your company, school or organization, and create positive change for years.

I have been a professional speaker at corporate functions, industry groups, colleges, churches and conferences for more than 15 years.

As your speaker, I help you reach your goals with a professional, thoughtful, engaging presentation, customized to meet the interest and focus of your audience.

MOST POPULAR TALKS – Keynotes, Workshops, Seminars

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Speak Happiness!
A series of powerful workshops for boosting happiness and stopping unhappiness with easy, effective exercises that anyone can do to train their brain how to be happy, no matter the circumstances.

 

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How Women Can Succeed (Despite Having “Female Brains”) explores the evolution of the gendered brain and the relationship between that and the structure of male-dominated enterprises.  

Each industry-specific talk shows those areas where women’s natural tendencies prevent us from succeeding, and provides clear, concise steps women must take to even the playing field. 

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When you book Valerie Alexander as a speaker for your function, here’s what you can expect:

  1. A professional, targeted presentation focused on achieving the outcomes you want.
  2. A fun, participatory event that keeps your audience engaged and expands their understanding of the topic.
  3. Follow-up communication to make sure all of your expectations are met.
  4. Quick replies to your outreach and prompt communication at all times.

Ready to get started?  Contact Valerie@SpeakHappiness.com to check availability.

 

9 Responses to Speaking of…

  1. Tracy De La Rosa says:

    Hi Valerie, once again thank you for taking the time out and speaking at The Los Angeles Film School. It was very informative and well put together. I left feeling empowered and better prepared to present myself on a personal level and a professional level in the workplace. You hit on many topics such as being sorry for our mistakes, the repercussions of being too helpful, and being more decisive rather wishy-washy. I would have loved to talk to you more, but I know there were time restraints. I hope you return to our school again to speak. I strongly believe your presentation should be heard by my friends and other people.

    Kind Regards,
    Tracy De La Rosa

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