We speak. They buy from you

Here's how it works: We organize and deliver turnkey speaking events that feature our experts.

Attendees see your firm as the sponsor, which builds trust in your brand. And since this is event marketing (not billboards), we have the data to follow up with leads who have self-qualified.

That leaves one question: How many new customers do you think you can handle?

Also: We Consult

In addition to our work as speakers, we also help business clients meet their potential. That's business improvement consulting: management consulting focused on measurable results.

AccelaWork Events

Upcoming Events

  1. Sparks August 2015


    Sparks is a monthly event where three speakers give timed talks to an audience of 100+ people. All presentations are timed, videotaped, and cover topics ranging from inspiration to business how-to to lived experience. AccelaWork is a sponsor of Sparks. Details »

  2. Effective Methods for Successful Invitations


    We all need to bring people to events, whether they are networking programs, customer functions, or sales calls. Robby Slaughter presents to Morgan County Connections on effective methods for successful invitations. Details »

  3. Workplace Artifacts: Get Organized with Forms, Files and Recordkeeping


    Most organizations quickly reach a level of maturity when they use items called artifacts to keep track of important information. How are you using forms, electronic files, databases and other systems to track information about your business? Details »

  4. Confused People Don’t Say Yes—Create the Perfect Pitch


    NAWBO’s Roundtable Luncheon includes a variety of table discussions, including one on crafting the perfect pitch. Details »

The Methodology Blog: Thought Leadership: Business Improvement Thought Leadership

Your Employees Are Lying to You

Trust is kind of a big deal in the workplace, to say the very least. I’ve probably mentioned it a time or two or 50, but if you don’t have trust in any relationship you ain’t gots no relationship. Read More »

Stretching in the Office to Get More Done

If you sit in an office all day, chances are you spend a good portion of your day hunched over a computer. To say the very least, such a posture can wreak havoc on your joints and muscles. It may be time to stretch. Read More »

Lessons From Failed Businesses

Businesses are started everyday. Some grow and succeed while others fail miserably. And while it may not sound appealing to air your failures on the web for all to see, it’s certainly a viable way to learn and share valuable lessons with others. Read More »

Vacationing Helps Productivity

The summer solstice is upon us–just two short weeks away. So, now that the season for sun and fun is here, how can we continue to achieve productivity in the office without sacrificing opportunities for relaxation? Read More »

The Bad Boss Syndrome

Office leadership roles are complicated to say the very least. Workload and position expectations aside, such a position also requires individuals to successfully fulfill the responsibilities of being a positive mentor and advocate for his/her employees. Read More »

Can Executives Work Part-Time?

A basic tenet of the modern organization is that people work full-time. In America, that means 40+ hours a week. But do you need to be there constantly to earn respect and get things done? Read More »