- Trophy Girl: This is an empowerment talk for women helping them to see their worth and/or helping them to embrace and value their worth. The talk includes the real life experience of the founder of Darker Berry Girls and the moment in life when she started to realize who she was. She opens up about her experience with colorism from childhood to early adulthood and how it impacted her life. She shares how she came to understand that it is what you believe about yourself that is more powerful than what others believe and say about you. This is not a pity party; it is a celebration of both her trials and triumphs and the trials and triumphs of the women who attend. The title of the talk is based on Pamela’s early disbelief in her own worth so much so that she almost did not accept an award during an awards ceremony. This is suitable for all women as well as girls and teens who are at different levels in life as well as who come from all walks of life. Come discover and/or receive insight as to what makes you valuable and what makes you a trophy girl. It can be different for all women, but the end result is the same….we all have something to offer and give and are all worthy of receiving that which is good.
Has Being Used for Service Left You Feeling Used Up: This talk discusses the typical, yet taboo, fatigue or distress that come along with leading and serving others. It discusses underlying causes of the fatigue and how our relationships with those we are serving with can be impacted. The talk includes ways to resolve or lessen the fatigue and/or distress and how to rejuvenate the passion for serving others. Practical activities are included such as working in groups for team strengthening. This is suitable for leaders in multiple industries, church leaders, volunteers, women ministries, and for those who simply want to learn the realities of service including its rewards and how to avoid/lessen its potential burdens.
- Bullying in the Workplace: This talk addresses yet another taboo topic regarding workplace bullying. It clarifies what workplace bullying is and what it looks like, who the typical bullies are, who are those they tend to bully, and how to address it in order to feel better about yourself and take pride in your work. While this talk focuses on resolving this issue at a person level, it also introduce legalities to be considered. This is suitable for employees of all levels in multiple work settings.
- Diversity Beyond Race: This talk addresses the differences in people whether at work, at church, at school, or social settings. It particularly focuses on introverts and extroverts as well as the different generations of people all having to co-exist. It brings clarity to why some people behave differently from others and points out how each type of behavior plays a role in something greater than each person individually. This is suitable for leaders in multiple industries, church leaders, volunteers, women ministries and students.
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