“Sandy’s demeanor gives off positive energy to the audience – I thoroughly enjoyed her!” Jennifer Guillette
Motivational keynote speaker Sandy Weaver is the prescription for what ails your team!
See what makes Sandy different…
“Resilience” should be Sandy’s middle name. A military brat, Sandy grew up changing schools, friends and locations every year or two throughout her childhood. Luckily for her, she hit the Parent Powerball Lottery when Ray and Eileen Weaver took her home from the hospital. You see, they knew the importance of teaching their three kids to create happiness…and she’s been doing just that ever since with friends, co-workers and clients. With a career as a major market radio personality, she always kept her happy face on – not because she had to, but because she knew how to. And when she found out that her 30-year marriage wasn’t going to make it to 31, she drew on those tools to not just survive, but to flourish. Sandy truly walks her talk, and loves empowering others on the path to their happiest, most productive selves.
She’s more than just a motivational keynote speaker.
Sandy takes her audiences on a journey, and always makes the journey fun. She challenges long-held beliefs and empowers the audience with tools they can – and will! – use right away. From her experiences as a major-market radio personality in Boston, Washington DC and Atlanta, Sandy shares real-life solutions to work issues, as she did in her award-winning book, The Original MBA – Succeed in business using Mom’s Best Advice.
She’s born to talk – and share!
What was the phrase she heard most when she was a child? “Sandy, don’t monopolize the conversation!” That tendency to be comfortable in conversation led her to a successful career as a major market radio personality, but it is her ability to listen that sets her apart as a motivational speaker. In workshops, seminars and keynotes, Sandy injects interactivity, humor and fun, weaving in points important to the successful outcome of the event. And about all that talking she did as a kid? It introduced her to people from all walks of life, broadening her horizons and people skills right from the start.
Sandy is in it for the win – your win!
She doesn’t just show up and speak – she makes sure to understand your organization’s culture, conflicts, and crises. Then she crafts the activities, tools and stories to solve your problems in an entertaining, engaging way. From pre-event interviews to post-event accessibility for your entire audience, Sandy makes sure that what your people learn doesn’t stay in the auditorium – it lands in their heads and their hearts so it can easily be translated into their daily lives.
What sets Sandy apart?
She’s a life-long animal lover – she has Siberian Huskies because of her childhood fascination with wolves. Smart enough to understand that wolves make terrible pets, she decided she’d either have Siberian Huskies or Alaskan Malamutes, because both breeds have that wolfish look she loved. The deciding factor? In an emergency, she could pick a Siberian up, but not a Malamute. (Average weight of a Siberian – 45 pounds. Average weight of a Malamute – 80 pounds. No-brainer!) Though you haven’t seen her on TV (yet!) at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show, she’s been showing her dogs for years. And now, she’s an American Kennel Club dog show judge, expanding her knowledge of dog breeds and her influence in the dog fancy. Sandy understands the reasons for the burgeoning pet industry, understands the stresses veterinarians and their staffs face, and loves to work with dog-lovers in both industries with her motivational keynotes, workshops and consulting services.
Sandy Weaver – Bio
Sandy Weaver is a life-long happiness coach, speaker and motivator. From her vagabond childhood as the daughter of a career military man (translation – the family moved A LOT!) to her vagabond adulthood as a radio personality (translation – she moved some more!) people have always sought out her advice, ability to listen and her caring heart. As an award-winning author, podcaster and CEO of the Center for Workplace Happiness, Sandy’s ideas about how to lead a happier, more successful life are spreading out farther than ever. And as someone owned by a couple of Siberian Huskies, don’t be surprised to find a little dog hair on her suit!
(This bio is for your promotional materials. For Sandy’s professional introduction, click here.
There’s only one Sandy! When you give your team the Happiness is Job One experience, whether it’s a motivational keynote, a seminar or a workshop, they’ll thank you over and over for making not just their work life, but their whole life, better!
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