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Purple Ink’s Owner, JoDee Curtis, shares some of her favorite training topics to lead.

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So what most people fear is public speaking, right? And that’s actually one thing that I thrive on. But so many times, groups ask me, “What’s your favorite topic to speak on?” There’s so many.


You know, conflict management, conflict resolution is a hot one right now that many groups are asking for, and so I love feeling like I can be a part of helping them through that and to actually inviting healthy conflict in before that negative conflict comes.


CliftonStrengths is such a passion of mine, and I love helping groups understand what do you do best and how can you do more of it.


Time management is a really a tactical class where we share lots of ideas. There’s no one right way to do it, but many ways we can increase and be better and be better.


Of course, since I wrote the JoyPowered® series, anytime I get the chance to talk about JoyPowered® people, JoyPowered® families, JoyPowered® workspaces, or the JoyPowered® organization, that’s near and dear to my heart for the time that I spent on that.


But then there’s also creativity, which is a favorite of mine. I don’t know. I guess I don’t know what my favorite topic to speak on is, except that I’m a Maximizer with my CliftonStrengths, which means that I love to bring out the best in others, so anytime I can talk about a topic that brings out the best in the group, the organization, or an individual, that’s my favorite.

JoDee Curtis
JoDee Curtis
JoDee Curtis is the Founder of Purple Ink, Powered by Purple Ink, and the ink pad, author of four books in the JoyPowered® series, and co-host of The JoyPowered® Workspace Podcast. She has a passion for helping organizations and individuals discover their talents, do more of what they do well through her speaking and training, and find joy in their work.

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