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Promises I make to my conference clients ...

  1. At all times you are assured of our No-Risk, 100% Money-Back Guarantee: You will never pay for any service or product from us that you aren’t 100% delighted with. That’s’ our promise – and peace of mind for you.
     
  2. I give you my unconditional guarantee of your outcomes being achieved
     
  3. Increased productivity will result from the practical and
    do-able actions I share with your group
     
  4. You really will have a worry-free event – our attention to detail and commitment to excellence is unquestionable
  1. Your attendees will feel empowered and eager to put their new learning to use immediately
     
  2. Post-program processes ensure learning and motivation are translated into actions
     
  3. Your attendees will thank you – they will be entertained, informed, inspired … and compelled to make positive changes in their lives
     
  4. No risk, no regrets … no worries!  I will exceed your expectations

Need a Speaker? Need an MC/Facilitator? Why not have both?

Conference Services Testimonials

“Thank you so much for your presentations at our Businesswomen’s Breakfasts.  One of our guests leaving the Sydney function told us she was ‘still trembling’ and excited about the rest of her life!”

Kim McGuinness, Managing Director, Network Central


“Sandi, you are by far the best MC I have ever seen in action, you are so attentive and showed a genuine interest for our industry. You conducted proceedings in a soft, casual manner and with a lot of added humour without the time schedule slipping. I will certainly be recommending you to others!”

Adele Blair, Director, Blair Lifestyle Management Pty Ltd


“We cannot imagine that there could have been a better contribution to our Breakfast than the staging you gave to the MC role.  The style, content and delivery were just what we, and our guests, needed”

Elaine Dickson, FAIOP AOP DipIPSA, Victorian Division Director, AIOP


“Thank you for your fantastic contribution to our conference. Your humour, timing, professionalism and focus were inspirational to us all. Not to mention being the key stone for a smooth and professional conference. We appreciated your long and probably at times cruelling schedule over the 3 days and congratulate you on your stamina and manor. I am sure many of us will be scouting conference programs for your name either as an engaging speaker or truly professional MC.”

Robyn Schultz (Director), AAPO Qld Chapter Leader


 “Sandi, thank you so much for your warm, engaging and professional MC’ing - you made each and every speaker, sponsor and audience member feel welcome and valued. Your firm but respectful approach to punctuality meant the conference ran to time for the entire 2 days, a minor miracle! I have spoken with many of the delegates since, and without exception they all have told me how impressed they were by your expert leadership.  You kept our conference running smoothly from start to finish, leaving the audience, committee and speakers to relax and enjoy the event. Thanks again.”

Angela Esnouf, AAPO President, Australasian Association of Professional Organisers


“Practical explanations and tools that will impact me greatly in my work and life!  Sand is creative, enthusiastic, helpful and responsive!”

Rebecca Jeffery, Assistant Director, Dept of Health and Aging


“I enjoyed Sandi’s teaching style and feel I have learnt more than just work/life balance – but how to be the best person I can be.  Loved her honesty, knowledge and ability to provoke my way of thinking.”

Elise Sproll, Consumer Insights Executive, McDonalds Australia Ltd

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