Networking and Communication Skills
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Sarah Michel, CSP, is an international speaker who works with organizations and associations, creating behavioral changes by teaching people how to intentionally connect with anyone, anywhere, anytime through her Perfecting Connecting® keynote and training programs.
Sarah is a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) awarded by the National Speakers Association for her ability to consistently deliver her message with high energy, humor, and inspiration, which motivates audiences to take action.
Sarah is an expert on the art of connecting and the author of Perfecting Connecting: A Guide to Mastering Networking in the Workplace and the national audio program, Learning to Speak the Language of Others. Her articles and inspirational stories have appeared in numerous books, newspapers, and journals.
As a certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI™) and facilitator of the Self-Discovery Process™, Sarah has keynoted and presented for audiences and teams around the world on how to be a more effective connector.
She is a graduate of Central Michigan University and worked in healthcare for several major hospital systems and for international career management firms in Texas and Colorado. She is currently an adjunct faculty member of both the Eastern and Western Management Development Centers for the United States government in Colorado and West Virginia.
She is a board member of the National Speakers Association (NSA) and Past President for the NSA-Colorado Chapter. Sarah is active in her community serving on the board of Directors for the award-winning, non-profit organization, Partners in Housing.
Sarah founded her own company in 1996, offering keynote presentations, facilitation, and training programs to organizations and companies such as United States Olympic Committee, National Security Agency, GE, Lea & Perrins, Great-West Healthcare, HCA, Motorola, Raytheon, Nextel, AstraZeneca, United Way, TMP Worldwide, Sun Microsystems, and US Army and Air Force.