Kathy McAfee, Professional Speaker & Executive Presentation Coach - America's Marketing Motivator



Kathy McAfee, Professional Speaker &
Executive Presentation Coach
Let's Talk. 860-408-0033 or Email me
Kathy McAfee, Professional Speaker & Executive Presentation Coach - America's Marketing Motivator
Kathy McAfee, Professional Speaker & Executive Presentation Coach - America's Marketing Motivator

Kathy McAfee, Professional Speaker &
Executive Presentation Coach
Let's Talk. 860-408-0033 or Email me
Kathy McAfee, Professional Speaker & Executive Presentation Coach - America's Marketing Motivator
Kathy McAfee, Professional Speaker & Executive Presentation Coach
Kathy McAfee, Professional Speaker & Executive Presentation Coach
Let's Talk. 860-408-0033 or Email me

Young Professional Tips


Bring more love and passion to your work every day

Have you lost that loving feeling? It’s so easy to complain about our workplaces ….. demanding bosses, low pay, lack of appreciation, limited opportunity, high stress levels….. Or if you are in transition, looking for a job, you might find yourself complaining about not having work, no boss, no pay, no return phone calls, and [read more]

Get up. Dress up. Show up.

With current workplace trends in casual dress and working remotely, it’s sometimes difficult to pull yourself together in a more professional way. For example, right now, I’m wearing summer shorts, a Stanford University tank top, I’m barefoot, my hair is a mess, and I’m wearing absolutely no makeup. I feel great, and I’m being productive in my [read more]

Stand up and ask more questions

It takes courage to ask a question in a public forum. Whether it’s at a large conference, a town hall meeting, a classroom, or a business presentation, it takes guts to ask a question in a public forum. But asking questions is what turns the presentation from a lecture into a meaningful conversation. Questions make presentations much more [read more]

Innovation needs encouragement

Are we ready for the future? According to the US Department of Education (www.ed.gov/stem)  “Only 16 percent of American high school seniors are proficient in mathematics and interested in a STEM career.”  When we compare that level of readiness to the projected demand for STEM related careers and jobs, it’s easy to see a major problem. The [read more]

How should college students approach higher level working professionals for networking?

I met Ming Yong at the University of Connecticut (UConn) School of Business this past September. He was one of those brave souls who came up to me following my speaking engagement on the topic of Everyday Leadership. (Read the blog post that arose out of that event – Are Leaders Born or Made?) Impressed with Ming [read more]

Networking how-to: hustle

Last week I had the opportunity to speak to 65 college sophomores at Trinity College in Hartford, CT. My topic, of course, was networking. My goal was to motivate them with my call to action: “pre-launch your career…start networking now.” I emphasized that young professionals need to be just as good at networking off-line as [read more]

Networking how-to: walk with giants

This week’s networking tip is contributed by the talented and motivated Karen Hinds, founder of Workplace Success Group, LLC and creator of The Power of Distinction Program. I have been watching Karen for several years and I’ve been impressed with her skill, passion and boldness. Karen is currently organizing a 2013 Phenomenal Woman’s Conference in [read more]


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