|In addition to facilitating thousands of people through equine-assisted learning programs and university courses, Weber’s public speaking experience range from small academic venues to large organizational conferences. Her interactive and engaging style has delighted audiences throughout the United States as well as in other countries such as Puerto Rico and Croatia.Similar to all of the programs and experiences through Kaleidoscope, Tracy’s speeches are customized to the audience based on the desired outcomes of the organizers. Her new favorite topics come from her book, Wildly Successful, including opportunities to learn from the various perspectives of the Carralot Carrot Company managers, exploring fixes that fail and what to do about it, and leveraging “and thinking” as opposed to either/or to name a few. Designed for organizations seeking to engage employees in learning about leadership, relationships, and increasing self-awareness.
Here’s a sampling of the audiences and topics (for a complete list, please refer to her vita): Michigan Works! for the People Annual Conference, Leadership Lessons from the Herd; Chamber Ambassador State Leadership Conference, Ambassadors: The Heart of the Chamber; Virtual Business Building Intensive 1+1=3 Successful Business Growth through Collaborative Partnership; Saginaw County Chamber of Commerce, “Ambidextrous Customer Service; The Customer is Always Right, Even When They Left,” YWCA Great Lakes Bay Region Women’s Empowerment Symposium; Great Lakes Bay Inforum, Follow Your Heart, It Knows Where to Lead You; Systems Thinking In Action (STAI+) Pecha Kucha; Polarity Management Learning Community; Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching and Learning- t.c., “Facilitating Learning Across Various Cultures, Countries, and Classrooms,”; American College of Management and Technology/RIT Customer Relationship Management; Farm Women’s Symposium “Farmer’s Alwomanac: Fertilizer to Help You Grow Your Life”; The MANE Event, St. Mary of the Woods College;Saginaw Valley State University;Prescott College, Best Practices in EAMH/EAL.