Welcome to the Conference - "The I in Impact"
How can an individual impact others in the workplace? There are numerous ways, and each one can tremendously impact the work environment. We will discuss the value of "one," steps to maximizing your impact, and vision of the end product.
UCA Professional Development & Training Coordinator at Strickly Speaking
A native of Little Rock, Arkansas Charlotte earned a Business degree from the University of Central Arkansas and a Masters degree in Higher Education from the University of South Carolina. For thirty-six years Charlotte has worked in Higher Education coordinating Orientation, Ethics and Leadership academic courses, Greek training, and Leadership training seminars. In 1989 Charlotte was invited to join the company, Designs for Development, specializing in training student leaders. She traveled across the country working with students and university employees. In 2002 Charlotte founded her own company, Strickly Speaking. In addition to college campuses, her audiences include churches, civic groups, state/federal agencies, and corporations. Charlotte currently serves as UCA’s Director of Professional Development and Training. She provides campus-wide training on subjects such as Diversity, Customer Service, Workplace Harassment and Supervisory Skills.
Charlotte enjoys speaking immensely and approaches each audience with energy, enthusiasm, and sincerity. Her goal is for each person to leave the presentation with personal value, a renewed spirit, and hope for whatever facet of life an individual is dealing with.
Charlotte and her husband, Mark, reside in Conway, Arkansas. They have three grown children and a golden doodle named Obadiah (Obie). In her free time, Charlotte enjoys hiking, shopping flea markets, and spending time with her family. She is active in her church and several UCA student organizations.