Felicia J. Slattery, M.A., M.Ad.Ed., is a #1 best-selling author of four books, an internationally-acclaimed, award-winning championship speaker, and has happy clients and customers in 22 countries around the world.
Featured in Success Magazine, Inc. Magazine, on the BBC, NBC, CBS, FOX, ABC, and CNN, she is responsible for more than 8,000 presentations she has either delivered, written, coached…
[ continue ]
Look no further – your next speaker is here! Speaking in front of audiences of thousands from age 7, Felicia Slattery will encourage, entertain, and educate your audiences whether it’s a powerful keynote speech, a content-rich breakout session, or a high-quality webinar. See more here.
Training & Consulting
If you want to more effectively communicate your messages onstage, in person, or online, whether you work for an organization or for yourself, or if you want to help your staff become better at communication or public speaking skills in any way, Felicia Slattery has a program for every need. See them here.
Writing / Blogging
Read some of Felicia Slattery’s work about communication and speaking skills and check out the free articles on her blog. She can also provide articles for your site, journal, trade publication, or journal. See more here.
From the Blog
Tales from Box Mountain: Part 1 – Life and Business Lessons Learned by Moving Across Country
It's been a while since I've written a blog post. As you can likely guess from the title, because you're smart like that, I've been preoccupied with relocating my family from the suburbs of Chicago [...]
Tales From Box Mountain Pt. 2: It’s Not About The Box
After my husband and I made the decision to move from the suburbs of Chicago to Knoxville, Tennessee, we thought renting for a year would be a better choice because we looked at more than [...]
Tales from Box Mountain Part 3: Broken Promises, Cut Locks, and No Texting While Driving (Not what you think!)
Note: This post is the third in a series about what I learned about life and business from moving my family from the suburbs of Chicago to Knoxville, Tennessee. You can read the first post [...]