If anyone knows how to bounce back and overcome challenges, it is Nancy Stampahar! Being an at-risk teen, high school dropout who turned her life around, Nancy has become a change agent that cultivates personal achievements within individuals and improves organizational performances.
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Nancy Stampahar’s engaging enthusiasm, professional background and triumphant life experiences give her the ability to be one of the best women motivational speakers and workshop facilitators to engage and inspire any audience seeking an authentic, dynamic event. Nancy has over 15 years’ experience in public speaking, training and organizational development, as well as inspiring lemons to lemonade personal stories to share with audiences in need of some inspiration and a good ole kick in the pants. She is the award-winning author of the personal growth book, peace, love and lemonade: a recipe to make your life sweeter and the creator of the first empowerment-cooking show concept and educational program, Life in Nancy’s Kitchen – Dishin’ It with Zest! that grabbed the attention of The Rachael Ray Show, which aired Nancy's viewer tip video, The Perfect Gift for a Coffee Lover. Nancy’s later-in-life passion for the camera came from Oprah’s OWN channel airing the What Do You Think of OWN video she created in her kitchen. She’s on a roll and having a blast!
As a professional development and personal growth expert, Nancy has been sought to appear in the media as a guest or writer for her knowledge and inspiring stories that change attitudes and behaviors needed to achieve positive results. Nancy is a true change agent. Change is difficult and when implemented effectively, it can improve employee relations, morale, productivity, customer service and patient care for organizations. It can greatly improve the lives of people, which ultimately makes the world a better place. Nancy has instructed thousands of professionals during her career in multiple industries.
"Employees want to feel excited. They want fulfilling and challenging work. What’s more important is treating employees with respect and empowering them to be part of decision-making,” said Stampahar. From an interview with the Pittsburgh Business Times.
Primary Areas of Concentration
Change Management & Adversity
Communication & Conflict Resolution
Diversity & Workplace Respect
Empowerment & Assertiveness
Leadership & Supervisory Development
Life Work Balance
Marketing & Sales/Fundraising Development
Strategic Planning & Goal Setting
"Good things come to those who are open to learning and keep trying."
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