If you’re investing your time, energy, and money to hold an in-person or online event, you want to engage a professional speaker who can help you make it count.
You want people to WANT to be there, and to WANT to put away their devices and distractions for a while.
You want it to be fun. Relevant. And easy to manage.
That’s what we want for you, too. And every element of our speaking programs—from our attention-getting topics, to our behind-the-scenes logistics support, to our high energy content with takeaway and followup tools—all are designed to get you the results you want from the opportunity you have with your people.
Darcy Eikenberg, PCC, is an experienced professional speaker, delivering keynotes, workshops and webinars. She’s been a featured at events for State Farm, Deloitte Consulting, Northwestern University, Cracker Barrel, AON, Eastman Chemical, the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), the Society of Actuaries (SOA), the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) and other corporate and professional organizations.
Will yours be next? A conversation is fast and free.
These are not your run-of-the-mill programs! Darcy’s style is fun and upbeat, and the content balances real-world practicality with aspirational ideas about how to actively create change and be leaders in our own lives at work.
These topics can be customized to your organization as keynotes, breakout sessions, leadership retreats, workshops, or virtual events.
It’s Not About the “Stuff”: Secrets to Being More Strategic
Focuses on understanding the facts and data inside your business, including customer and financial information, even if those areas aren’t your areas of expertise.
Special expertise in customizing this for communication, marketing, and consulting audiences.
Mastering the Art of Bragging: What Today’s Professionals and Other Humble Leaders Need to Know
Teaches a formula to talk about successes and accomplishments without making others uncomfortable—in fact, the formula makes others want to hear more.
Proven to accelerate individuals’ comfort level with telling their success stories, and helps teams connect and learn more about other attendees’ best work and ideas. Often, this creates relationships that continue long after the event is over.
Communicating Your Value at Work (While You’re Doing Everything Else)
Focuses on the clarity and confidence issues that get in the way of making sure we recognize the value we’re creating, and step up to take credit for that value without seeming uncomfortably egotistic or arrogant.
Teaches strategies to talk about that value in ways that are relevant to leaders and the business overall, so that your message gets heard and acted on.
Creating Career Courage: How to Be Brave at Work Without Being Stupid
Teaches people how to increase their levels of career courage strategically.
Shares specific formulas and decision-making processes to make better, bolder decisions.
What People Are Saying
”Darcy was a pleasure to work with as a presenter! She received great feedback from the participants on how welcoming she was at the beginning of the event and how engaging she was throughout the actual presentation. I knew the event was going to be successful simply by the amount of detail that she was able to go into to make sure the event process was smooth and successful. Thanks, Darcy!“Rachel Pridgen, Associate Director of Alumni Services, Northwestern University
”We left the session refreshed and ready to put into place career-furthering techniques. We didn’t realize how we’d been standing in the way of our own successes. I would highly recommend adding Darcy Eikenberg to your list of programs or workshops. Her insight and guidance are worth it. She’s also a genuinely pleasing person!“Jennifer Weatherly, VP, Write On Target HR
”I would highly recommend Darcy Eikenberg as a speaker for your corporate or professional event. She served as a keynote speaker for one of our corporate Leadership Development programs, and presented an engaging thought-provoking view on leadership. Combining humor with personal stories, she captured the challenges and possibilities of the leadership role, inspiring all to bring their “superpowers” to work.“Jean Rode, Talent Management & Development, Cox Communications