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. Generations In the Job Search Process

    8:00am
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    9:30am
    29
    Feb

    Are you interviewing with people who come from a different generation than you? Or are you talking to candidates that are decades older or younger than you are? Come hear this program! Details »

  2. Productivity Across Generations and Perspectives

    11:30am
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    1:00pm
    3
    Mar

    Communicating and collaborating with creative, technical and management staff of all ages. Details »

  3. Sparks March 2016

    5:15pm
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    6:30pm
    8
    Mar

    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 »

  4. Give Feedback that Actually Works

    8:30am
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    10:00am
    17
    Mar

    How comfortable are you with giving feedback? Do you tend to focus on mistakes in the past? Details »

  5. Challenging Negative Attitudes

    7:30am
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    9:00am
    13
    May

    There’s little that’s more contagious at the office than a person with a negative attitude. How do you stop it, without making things worse? Details »

The Methodology Blog: Thought Leadership: Business Improvement Thought Leadership

The Epitome of Email Clutter

The ongoing battle with our inbox is just that . . . a never ending match between receiving and deleting emails. And, despite the cheery intention that some messages contain, it’s hard to understand why junk mail is intentionally forwarded by people. Read More »

Let’s Talk Tomatoes

A huge secret to improving your productivity is tomatoes. Okay, not really. But the word pomodoro—which is tomato in Italian—is one to remember. Read More »

Productivity and Other Drugs

As we enter a new year, it seems an appropriate time to remind ourselves about the difference between a drug high versus a productivity high. Covering this very topic in a recent article, Robby Slaughter shares some insight on the matter. Read More »

Playing Games at Work

The office is no place for games. But some organizations are improving productivity, transforming customer relationships, and helping employees be happier by borrowing ideas from the world of gaming. Read More »

Try Being Nice at Work

I get it. You’re crazy busy. You’re running a million miles an hour. But if you want to make things even worse, choose not to take time to be kind to others. Read More »