Invite Cynthia Clay to Your Next Event
(Face-to-face or Online)
Cynthia Clay delivers engaging, memorable keynotes that motivate people to take action. She combines humor, deep experience, and original insights to create interactive, engaging keynotes and workshops. She gets to know her audience in advance and customizes all content to meet her clients’ needs and energize her participants.
About Cynthia Clay
Cynthia is the President and CEO of NetSpeed Learning Solutions, author of Great Webinars: How to Create Interactive Learning that is Captivating, Informative and Fun, and co-author (with Ray Olitt) of her latest book, Peer Power: Transforming Workplace Relationships.
She earned a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Theatre Directing from the University of Washington and promptly entered the corporate arena, first working in a variety of Human Resource roles for nine years at a regional bank, followed by three years as the manager of the training department at Seattle Children's Hospital. She started her consulting practice in 1992 and has since led the development of NetSpeed Learning Solutions, building better leaders and more engaging facilitators in the virtual workplace.
Her diverse clients have included Genentech, Citi, Providence Health & Services, Navy Federal Credit Union, Penn National Gaming, Quest Diagnostics, Novartis, Halliburton, and the US Government Accountability Office. She is a member of ISA (the association of learning providers) where she has served on the Board of Directors and was honored as Contributor of the Year. She is a frequent presenter for the Association for Talent Development (International Conference, Tech Knowledge Conference, and local chapters around the country).
Cynthia is passionate about developing dynamic learning experiences that change individual behavior and transform the workplace. She delivers keynotes and workshops that engage the brain, awaken the spirit, and inspire action. Her style is casual (but focused), funny (but professional), and spontaneous (but well-prepared).
Favorite topics include:
- Bring Your Mojo to the Virtual Classroom
- POW! Design Tips for Virtual Facilitators
- The Virtual Leader’s Advantage: Getting Results Across Distance
- Learning Anywhere: Mobile, Social, and Virtual
- Great Web Meetings: We’ve Got to Keep Meeting Like This!
- Succeeding in the Virtual Workplace
Here are samples of Cynthia speaking to a live audience and via webinar.