From ballrooms and convention halls to intimate salon-style, living room conversations, Wendy speaks to women across the country about how to successfully manage work and life in a 24/7, always-on world. Wendy also advises women on how to pivot in their careers, applying their skills in innovative ways to relaunch themselves.
Some Talks include:
- Creating a work/life situation that works for you.
- Getting back into the workforce after taking time out.
- Confidence building, risk taking, embracing failure, engineering serendipity, personal branding and selling your story.
If you're looking for an engaging speaker who can offer insight, data, tips and advice with a warm and humorous tone, I'd love to speak with you.
Companies, universities and conferences I've worked with include:
“Wendy, thank you so much for engaging the women leaders of the Adecco Group in a candid and supportive conversation about being a working mom at our Women’s Leadership Conference. Your candor about your own personal experience and the experiences of the women from your book, How She Really Does It resonated with each one of us at a personal and professional level. Each one of us walked away inspired and proud to be a part of the working mom community – thank you!”
- Adecco, Women's Leadership Conference, Jacqueline Chen
“As an organization that believes in promoting a well-rounded community, the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce was thrilled to have Wendy Sachs and the How She Really Does It: Secrets of Successful Stay-At-Work Moms program presented at our Working Mothers' Luncheon. Her presentation was a powerful resource providing practical skills, information, and techniques to parents, leaders, and anyone who is passionate about the constant challenges working mothers face in today's business environment.”
- Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce, Working Mothers' Luncheon Series
“Wendy Sachs is a vibrant, engaging speaker and was the keynote speaker at our Moms@Work event in Charlotte, North Carolina. Wendy’s honesty, sense of humor and candid examples of the importance of working for many moms, hit home with our 600 member audience of working parents. Her ability to be flexible and think on her feet made the “question-and-answer” segment of her speech particularly popular.I would highly recommend Wendy Sachs as a keynote speaker for any parenting/working parent engagement.”
- Meaghan Clark, Marketing Manager, Charlotte Parent Magazine