You Need a Speaker Who Speaks Your Language: Tracey Jones
With a wealth of experience spanning her days as a US Air Force officer during the First Gulf War to her many roles in business and industry with Fortune 500 companies, Tracey has the background and the knowledge to help raise your organization to the next level of excellence.
Put Tracey’s proven track record to work for you!
A gifted leader and tremendous motivational speaker, Tracey C. Jones is the perfect choice to keynote your next big event!
TRACEY C. JONES
- Award-winning business leader, author, entrepreneur
- With topics ranging from Does This Excuse Make My But Look Big? to The Laws of Leadership, Tracey C. Jones brings a unique blend of wonderful wit and tremendous teaching to every keynote presentation
- Every Tracey Talk is uniquely created for each of her audiences.
- Each presentation is filled to the brim with real-life experience. And every talk comes straight from the heart!
Leadership Expert, Entrepreneur, Veteran, Author, Scholar, and so much more!
Whether you need a tremendous speaker for your event’s keynote address or a talented teacher for your organization’s sales force, Tracey C. Jones is an outstanding choice. Tracey spent decades perfecting her leadership skills – both in the military and in corporate boardrooms. Now YOU can put her wealth of knowledge, experience and hands-on know-how to work for your team!
"Tracey gave a spectacular speech. I heard numerous positive comments about her theme and the impact it had. She is tremendous..."
-Larry Dittmann, President/CEO, ExecuStar
"I want to thank you once again for serving as the keynote speaker at our HRG Leadership Development Program. You did a great job integrating your comments and observations on leadership with the content of our program."
-Joe Deibert, SPHR, CMS, SHRM-SCP; Director of Human Resources, Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc.
"Tracey’s presentation of Sales Leadership to our management team members was exactly what we wanted. She understood our needs, and truly connected with our team members. I recommend Tracey Jones and Tremendous Life Books to you without reservation."
-Barb Roth, VP HR & Marketing, AAA Central Penn
"Tracey Jones is a tremendous speaker and presenter who can inspire and impact people of all ages. Tracey is wonderfully effective at helping to promote individual growth and valuable lessons for success."
-Matt Lane Executive Director of College Advancement Central Penn College
"I can't begin to describe what a pleasure it was having you as our guest speaker today. We've received positive feedback from several people about your energizing and inspirational presentation."
-Deb Michalski, Sales & Marketing Representative, Gannett-Fleming
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This past week I moved one step closer to achieving one of my life goals; I completed my Prospectus hearing for my doctorate in leadership. This milestone includes the written front end of your dissertation and a briefing on your research problem and the methodology whereby you intend to go forth and gather data. My hearing was this past Wednesday and my readers and several faculty members who were with me since the beginning were in attendance.
Empowering is drawn out; enabling is dumped in. People who are willing to be developed need a hand up, not a handout. I'll do anything for anyone, but if you will not begin to pick up your own slack, I'm off to spend my resources on someone who'll use it to put their lives on a whole new trajectory. That’s genuine compassion and tremendous empowerment. Until the recipient owns their part of fixing life, the only thing they’ll want from you is more enabling. Give people the tools, and not just the solutions, and let them get to work. Invest in people wisely so you can help them and not hurt them.
I hear a great deal about culture, and it seems to be this elusive wild animal that may be kind or may tear up your organization. I think it gets blamed or praised for a whole lot of the success and failures business owners and entrepreneurs experience. Individuals are what constitutes a culture. Each is responsible for the energy and behaviors he or she brings into the workplace. Each employee must continually ask themselves, "Am I here to make a difference for the organization or am I here to make a difference for myself?"