Peggy works with Administrative Professionals, Managers, Human Resources and Conference Planners. She provides coaching and training for administrative professionals to increase their communication, partnerships, and professionalism so they can make more money, get more work done and be happier at work on a daily basis.
Peggy is known internationally for her inspirational keynotes. She’s in high-demand as a keynote speaker, trainer, and coach. Peggy is the author of, “NOT, Just An Admin!” Her passion and personal mission statement is to empower others to succeed and that is exactly what she’ll do for you. She’ll share knowledge and experience from over 25 years in the administrative profession, entertain you with humor and inspire you through passion.
Peggy has provided training programs to administrative assistants at some of the world’s most recognized companies including Microsoft, Boeing, Vanderbilt, Bath-Fitter, Webcor and many more.
She is actively involved in her community including the Past President of Women Helping Women and is the Founder and Past President of the Administrative Professionals of Tri-Cities. Peggy has been the Chief Executive Assistant at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory since 2005, is a certified trainer and certified Professional Executive Assistant. When Peggy isn’t working she can be found on the dancefloor and is a fierce competitor at the card table!
Her most successful accomplishment is being married to her husband, Rene’ for over 30 years and raising four children and spoiling seven grandchildren together!
Develop a Healthy Dose of Confidence
Wednesday, October 16, 2019 | 2:00 – 3:15 p.m.
Do you feel insecure when an amazing assistant or manager walks into the room? When you lack confidence, you communicate doubt and insecurity. Another word for confidence is self-esteem, it’s one of the most basic human needs. At the deepest level, it’s about your belief system. When you know your value, you know your worth and that alone will speak volumes to yourself and others. The question is, how do you develop a healthy dose of confidence and not become arrogant. Other than your actions and beliefs, the biggest factor in developing confidence are the people closest to you. They either create confidence in you by challenging you to be courageous and creative, or they make you feel comfortable staying at status quo.
During this session, Peggy will share the Rudy Principal, the Pygmalion effect and take a deep dive into Rosenberg’s Self-Esteem Scale.
- Stop selling yourself short by doubting your talents and capabilities
- Steps you can take to increase your self-esteem
- How you can influence events in your life
- Discover what lights you up
- How you can project confidence