Cathy Goodwin, Ph.D., is a professional speaker offering talks, presentations and workshops. Cathy combines fast-paced, information-rich content with her own brand of unique irreverence. Her infectious energy and easygoing style will engage your group members, even after a long day of meetings.
When you want your members to say, “Thank you for bringing us a good speaker.”
Cathy’s specialty is delivering solid content with engaging style and humor. She’s happy to speak at organization meetings, webinars and podcasts. She also participates as a guest on radio talk shows and teleseminars.
Cathy holds a PhD in business (specializing in marketing), but she probably doesn’t fit your memories of the college professor. She uses humor (she’s wowed crowds at open mikes as a stand-up comedian) and story-telling.
“5 Myths About Career Change: What Most Career Coaches Don’t Want You To Know”
“Anatomy Of A Successful Mid-life Career Change”
“Toot Your Own Horn: How To Claim Your Bragging Rights Without Sounding Boastful”
“How To Face A Career Crisis And Come Out Ahead Of Where You Were”
“Moving? How To Transform Relocation Into A Creative Life Transition”
|“Cathy spoke to our group about “Increasing the Marketing Potential of Your Website.” She held everyone’s attention even though we got started late in the evening after our business meeting. We all gained lots of insight into what makes a good web message plus valuable information and tips we could use immediately. I received kudos from the group for finding such a wonderful speaker.”|
Accredited Staging Professionals of Seattle
“I attended the Biznik “Toot Your Own Horn” event that Cathy Goodwin co-hosted with Howard Howell.
“I had no idea how witty and sharp Cathy Goodwin is. She gave me some really great tips on how to introduce myself as a professional organizer (shameless plug) and left me wanting more of her ideas.”
“Cathy, your workshop on “How to Increase the Marketing Potential of Your Website“ was a great success!
“All the attendees made very positive comments about both the speaker and the class. On a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being highest) the attendees gave you a 4.8. We will look forward to working with you again.”
–Che J. Wong