Tracey Trottenberg, founder and CEO of Amazing Women International (AWI), an organization which connects and educates women leaders throughout the world, will bring more than 20 years of coaching experience to the GWEN Talks Valentine’s special “Share your Voice, Share your Love Center”.
An award-winning advertiser and published writer, Trottenberg is a master speaker-trainer who works worldwide with a range of clients spanning small businesses and individual entrepreneurs to global corporations and government organizations.
Tapping the same tools that benefit hundreds of her clients, Trottenberg will delve into how effective communication skills are essentially the same whether addressing a packed audience, a board meeting or a party of one with the love of your life.
During the hour-and-a-half webinar, Trottenberg gave participants tips for speaking and presentation effectiveness and how to step into their leadership, skyrocket their presence and impact, and grow their personal and business relationships while staying true to their authentic selves.
The webinar was open to men and Trottenberg addressed the feminine focus with the goal of teaching women how to demonstrate leadership and preserve femininity as a powerful communicator whether in business, on stage, in a boardroom or with family and significant others. “Our mission is to give women worldwide greater impact and results by knowing how to be effective and compelling as a speaker to ignite and inspire any audience, and to embody and represent her true essence both professionally and personally.”
About the Speakers:
Transformational Speaker & Master Trainer, Communication & Leadership
With 20 years of experience in the corporate arena and as an entrepreneur, Trottenberg has impacted the lives of tens of thousands of individuals from government officials, top CEOs and their teams, entrepreneurs, speakers and authors in the U.S., Canada and the Caribbean.
She specializes in guiding women in business to access the source of their true feminine power, passion and purpose; to share their message and establish their presence from any platform – whether in a boardroom, out networking, dealing with their staff or speaking from the main stage – in a way that demonstrates their leadership and preserves their femininity. Trottenberg believes there is a specific communication style women have that is more effective than masculine style in many circumstances. Rather than try to be like men, Trottenberg helps women tap into their femininity and utilize it.
As a speaker, trainer, facilitator and coach, Trottenberg has delivered her message from international boardrooms to stages such as Internet World, Digital Hollywood, CDMA, CHA and more. As a Master Trainer at Peak Potentials “Train the Trainer II” and a Speaker at The WIN’s “Be the Change” and a multitude of other events, Trottenberg has shared the stage with such legends as Les Brown, Lisa Nichols and Loral Langemeier.
Trottenberg founded Amazing Women International more than 10 years ago; an organization committed to building community and showcasing feminine leaders around the world. She is the show host of “Expose Yourself: How to Lead and Stay Feminine,” on the WIN, the creator and host of “Own, Honor & Unleash” Live Events in Los Angeles and the author of the paradigm-shifting e-book, “The Strength of Feminine Leadership: Seven Secret Strategies for Success.”
She is also a founding council member of the Women’s Speakers Association
and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, iVillage and other media outlets.
Tess Cacciatore is an award-winning producer, videographer, journalist and social entrepreneur who has dedicated her life advocating for peace, justice and equality around the globe.
Prior to co-founding GWEN, Cacciatore was the founder and executive
director of the World Trust Foundation, an organization that mentors youth to become future leaders working for a sustainable world. Throughout the past decade Cacciatore has traveled the globe connecting youth-focused non-profit organizations, inspiring youth to learn, think and take action for positive change in their lives, in their local communities and in the global community.