Tina Clements is a high energy, hands-on keynote speaker, author, coach, facilitator, entrepreneur.com contributor and successful leader. Before launching the BMW Group Joint Venture, The Retail Performance Company, LLC (rpc) in 2013, she worked for 10+ years within the BMW NA Organization and has been in the Learning & Development industry since 1996. Throughout her career, she has held leadership positions such as Vice President, Operations Manager, and Training Manager.
Believing that a company’s success is directly related to the engagement of its people, she excels at moving businesses forward and motivating and growing talent. Tina has worked with organizations such as HBO, Volkswagen, MINI, IBM, WVIP Radio/Cable Systems, and boutique firms such as automätik education. Always challenging herself to improve and grow, she has earned CPC and ELI-MP accreditations among others, such as: DiSC®, MBTI®, and Langevin©.
Launched the BMW Group JV, The Retail Performance Company LLC (rpc) in the US
BMW NA 2020 Women of the Year Nominee
Published Author of The ART of Facilitation: Communicate So They Remember
DiSC Certified, iPEC Certified Professional Coach, Energy-Leadership Index Assessment Practitioner
10 QUESTIONS THAT TINA CAN BE ASKED
1. How do you know when your employee is stuck and can’t elevate move forward?
2. What are the five choices you always have when you feel stuck?
3. Why is it that people feel blocked?
4. How do you handle hecklers when you’re facilitating?
5. Why do hecklers heckle?
6. What part does fear play for your participants when you’re facilitating?
7. What part does fear play for YOU when facilitating? How do we overcome?
8. What are the steps to give real, timely, respectful feedback even when it’s HARD or scary?
9. Why don’t leaders give feedback?
10. What happens when an employee objects to your feedback?
3 TOPICS THAT TINA CAN DISCUSS
1. How to ‘elevate up and out’ when you feel you’re blocked from success; the five choices you always have when you feel you have none
2. How to facilitate artfully to get your audience to remember, retain and apply
3. How to give feedback with respect; so your employee accepts and changes behavior
MORE ABOUT THE BOOK
THE ART OF FACILITATION
COMMUNICATE SO THEY REMEMBER
The ability to listen and communicate effectively are vital skills, enabling us to motivate and influence people in our personal and professional lives. But all too often, we’re our own biggest roadblock. In “The ART of Facilitation,” Tina Frey Clements teaches you to master the art, (and even science) of facilitation and use it to your advantage.