Sarah Scala is a dynamic and engaging speaker who injects energy and candor into your conferences, association meetings, board meetings, and events. Her keynotes and workshops are designed to promote active participation and inclusion. She creates fully customized programs to support your objectives.
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Mentoring: Formal, Informal, and Impactful
Neuro Coaching: Enhancing Capabilities and Performance within Your Organization
Sustaining Success: Grit, Resilience and Optimism
Leadership Development: Using the World Café model
Upcoming Speaking Engagements
Neuro-Coaching and Behavior Change: Improving Performance in your Organization
Assoc of Talent Development: Central Mass
October 3, 2018 6:00pm-8:00pm
Clark University, Worcester, MA
Transportation Engineer Leadership Development Program
New England Institute of Transportation Engineers: Annual Meeting
December 3, 2018 8:30am-4:00pm
Crown Plaza, Warwick, RI
Previous Speaking Engagements
Maine HR Convention 2018: Mentoring: Formal, Informal, and Impactful
Cape Cod HR Association: Neuro Coaching: Enhancing Capabilities and Performance within Your Organization
SCORE / Venture Cafe: Sustaining Entrepreneurial Success: Grit, Resilience and Optimism
Wisconsin Trainer's Round Table: Leadership Development: Using the World Café model
Milwaukee OD Community of Practice: Experiential Facilitation
Boston Assoc. of Talent Development (ASTD - ATD): Mentoring: Formal, Informal, and Impactful
Greater Hartford YMCA: Leadership and Confidence for Women
Green Mountain College: Developing Your Professional Network
Cape Cod Young Professionals Network: Connecting vs Networking to Build Your Professional Community
Central MA Assoc. of Talent Development (ASTD - ATD): Mentoring: Formal, Informal, and Impactful
Northeast Strengths Based Network: Mentoring: Formal, Informal, and Impactful
Granite State Learning and Organization Development Round Table: Sustaining Success: Mindfulness, Grit, Resilience and Optimism
Greater Nashua Human Resources Association: Mentoring: Formal, Informal, and Impactful
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What clients say:
"I was very fortunate to have the opportunity to work with Sarah recently on a mentoring education program through the Association for Talent Development. Sarah delivered an outstanding session. Her expertise and experience in designing effective and lasting corporate mentoring programs were clearly demonstrated as she led the attendees through a journey of understanding of the concepts and practical advice to be successful in their own launches. I would recommend Sarah as a highly capable consultant and change agent for talent development."
- Laura, Silva, Director, Global Talent Development, Smith & Nephew
“Sarah ‘s fast-paced, interactive style of presentation, laced with just the right amount of humor, held the attention of the participants, with minimal lecture and lots of time for small-group discussion. Sarah was well-informed and backed up her information with documentation and a list of resources for further reference. Sarah’s workshop left the participants feeling energized and uplifted. Some comments from participants included: “Sarah Scala was fantastic!”“Perfect presentation. This is probably the best presentation ever!””
- Mary Jaynes, Former Program Director, WE CAN Corp.
“Sarah did a fantastic job leading a career workshop in my business course, Mastering Self Leadership. She engaged the students in several hands-on activities that developed their networking and LinkedIn skills. ”
– Matt Mayberry, Former Business Department Chair, Green Mountain College
“Sarah presented to Cape Cod Human Resources Association on the topic of Mentoring: Formal, Informal, and Impactful. She helped define and frame how mentoring programs work and how to develop a program to fit the needs of your individual organization. CCHRA has a diverse membership representing different industries of different sizes, and Sarah was able to present in such a way that there was valuable information to all attendees.”
– Vikki Morris, President, CCHRA