Speaker, Trainer, Martial Arts Master
Becky is a dynamic and memorable speaker and trainer, jujitsu master and business strategist. Her message is helping women unlock their competitive advantages in their organizations, and helping co-ed and millennial audiences understand and improve how others see them in the workforce. Her book, Sun Tzu for Women: The Art of War for Winning in Business, has been called a “must read” by Today’s Chicago Woman, recommended by Baseline magazine to their C-level readers, mentioned in The Economist, and a featured book and reader pick at Today’s Financial Women magazine. The Art of War for Small Business: Defeat the Competition and Dominate the Market with the Masterful Strategies of Sun Tzu has been translated into Chinese, Italian, Spanish, Japanese and Arabic, and featured in Entrepreneur, Success, Inc, Huffington Post and many other business media. She's also the author of the Barcharts' widely circulated Business 101: The Art of War.
Becky helps audiences:
1. Find Your Competitive Advantage the Sun Tzu Way
This presentation has received spectacular reviews from women’s business groups, corporations, and national and international media. Common pitfalls many women face, as well as success attributes, are outlined within the inspiring and empowering context of Sun Tzu’s Art of War. Keynote learners come away with new insight into their competitive advantages, and how to hone and use them to catapult their careers.
The Competitive Advantage half day training is a deep and personalized dive into these pitfalls and attributes, and it helps every woman understand opportunities to take control of her career with a detailed self assessment and meaningful time for small group and open discussion.
2. Perception Edge—360 Degree Clarity in How Others See You
Accurate self-perception is critical to your success in your career and as a leader. But women and men, and a high volume of millennials, struggle with blind spots, distortions, misunderstandings in their perceptions of themselves. This is a persistent source of frustration and keeps them from achieving their goals and objectives. The Perception Edge keynote opens the doors for learners to the potential of improving their EQ, sharpening communication and listening styles, and being conscious of their body language so they can achieve success.
The Perception Edge half day training extends the actionable learning with exercises and scenarios that challenge and teach learners. Everyone comes away with a 360 degree understandings of how others see them and gets the tools to overcome blind spots and add clarity to their communications and interactions.
3. Customized Team Building + Self Defense Workshop
This team building training is ideal for women and men in professions that include physical risk, such as those who go into unfamiliar neighborhoods, require frequent travel, or deal with individuals with unpredictable behavior. (These scenarios apply to many types of nurses.) Becky Sheetz, a Grand Master in the self defense system of jujitsu and highly skilled educator and trainer, works with organizations to customize a FUN and INFORMATIVE half day workshop that emphasizes team building, while including practical and easy self defense techniques that anyone can learn. She will work with the organization to hone in on their specific educational needs and self defense scenarios.
Becky has 20 years of experience in communications and marketing strategy. A recognized authority on critical topics for women in business, she’s a former Washington Business Journal columnist whose frequently interviewed by national media. She's was named to the Washington Business Journal 40 Under 40.
A certified instructor, Becky holds the rank of Grand Master in Sho Bushido Ryu Jujitsu. Her experiences versus much larger and stronger opponents have revealed much to her about innovation and perseverance to overcome adversity, and how to defeat adversaries with superior strategy.
To learn about having Becky speak at your next event, conference or workshop, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.