Keynotes, workshops, presentations, webinars and seminars to engage and inspire

National Conferences

Emotionally intelligent leadership:  Tools students can use.  (July 2011).  Presentation at ACUHO-I, New Orleans, LA.

Emotionally intelligent leadership train the trainers. (March 2011).  Pre-conference workshop at the American College Personnel Association, Baltimore, MD.

Now is the Time for Change Agents (December 2010).  Kickoff keynote for Leadership Educators Institute, Tampa, FL.

Emotionally Intelligent Leadership and Supervision (February 2010).  Presentation at the American Camping Association Tri-State Conference in Atlantic City, NY.

Emotionally intelligent leadership and gender. (March 2010).  Presentation at the American College Personnel Association, Boston, MA.

Accelerate Your Potential.  (February 2009).  Workshop for students and professionals at the National Association of Campus Activities Convention in Nashville, TN.

Accelerate your potential: Discover your emotionally intelligent leadership. (February 2008). Pre-conference workshop at the Mid-America Greek Council Association, Chicago, IL.

Crafting conversations that count:  Moral development in leadership programming. (March 2003).  Presentation at the American College Personnel Association, Minneapolis, MN.

Understanding our biases. (June 2001). Workshop for the InterFraternity Institute, Bloomington, IN.

Transforming conflict into collaboration. (January 2001). Workshop for the Special Library Association Strategic Learning Symposium, Savannah, GA.

Campus Presentations

Emotionally intelligent leadership (February 2011).  Workshops for students and student affairs staff at Fort Hays State University, Hays, KS.

Emotionally intelligent leadership (October 2010). Workshop for the Undergraduate Women’s Leadership Program at the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA.

Leadership, ethics, and decision-making (October 2010) .  Workshop for the Men’s Leadership Program at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

Capitalizing on difference:  Bringing your best self to work.  (August 2009). Workshop for faculty at Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH.

EIL Learning Symposium.  (October 2008).  Workshop for students, faculty, and staff at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago, IL.

Creativity and innovation: From idea generation to implementation(2006, March). Workshop for Cleveland State University Division of Continuing Education, Cleveland, OH.

Generations in the workplace –How generational differences can work for you (2005, September). Workshop for the Shaker Heights Library Professional Development Day, Shaker Heights, OH.

Regional Conferences

Transform conflict into opportunity (October 2009).  Workshop for student leaders at the National Association of Campus Activities Midwest Regional Conference, Covington, KY.

Managing generational cohorts:  What are they, why do they matter, and how can they work for you?.  (March 2007). Presentation at the Northeast Chapter Conference of the Ohio Library Council, Kent, OH.

The art of networking (February 2006).  Workshop for undergraduate students at the Case Leadership Conference, Cleveland, OH.

Staying on the cutting edge without hurting yourself (August 2004).   Presentation at the statewide annual meeting of the Ohio Society of Association Executives, Toledo, OH.

Bridging the gap: Making generational differences work for you. (October 2002).  Educational workshop for the New York Chapter of the Professional Convention Management Association, New York, NY.

Creativity in the workplace. (October 1999).  Workshop for the annual conference of Indiana Apartment Association, Indianapolis, IN.


Emotionally intelligent leadership (April 2011).  Webinar for the National Association of Campus Activities.

What Clients Have Said

The Center’s second strategic plan guided by Marcy was vastly different than one she helped create 5 years earlier. Our organization had grown so much and was more diverse in its service offerings which was a direct result of accomplishing much of what came out of the first plan. The staff and the board found the second round significantly more challenging with many of the goals less tangible in terms of how they could be measured. Again, Marcy guided us artfully through the process resulting in a concise but very clear plan for the next three years.

Peter A. DeMarco, Chair of the Board of Directors, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center
Vice President, Director of Tax Services, Meaden & Moore