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. 50 Ways to Invite Visitors

    7:00am
    to
    8:30am
    24
    Feb

    Need to bring people to your networking group or to your event? Robby Slaughter will present “50 Ways To Invite Visitors” to BNI Achievers Network. Details »

  2. The Neumation Experience – Redefining Performance

    8:30am
    to
    2:00pm
    3
    Mar

    Is building a high performance culture something that you are interested in? Have you been struggling with changing the status quo when it comes to performing at work? The Neumation Experience is holding an event that will help you on your way to achieving performance goals! Details »

  3. Sparks March 2017

    5:15pm
    to
    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. Hobart Chamber Business Expo

    12:00pm
    to
    6:00pm
    4
    May

    We fear making mistakes, yet innovation requires errors. Accompanied by Robby Slaughter’s book, learn how to increase productivity through the paradoxical power of embracing failure! Details »

The Methodology Blog: Thought Leadership: Business Improvement Thought Leadership

Extensions Every Telecommuter Needs

We here at The Methodology Blog are always on the lookout for things to make our lives easier which is good news for you because it’ll make yours easier, too. This time around, we’ll be checking out a list of browser extensions that claim to make working from home much more effortless. Read More »

Never Use Email to Discipline Someone

Making mistakes at work is inevitable. Some situations arise from complete oversight. Others may be a result of disorganization, irresponsibility, lack of accountability, or even pure laziness. No matter the cause, it’s important to remember: never use email to discipline someone. Read More »

Being More Likable: The Best And Worst Traits

Wanting to be liked by those around you, especially coworkers, is something I think most people can relate to. It was always what I dreaded most when starting a new job – playing the getting to know you game. Luckily, there are researchers out there who have done some work in this area to let us all know which traits are savored and hated. Read More »

Be A Superhero With Procrastinate Zero

Procrastination is something we here at The Methodology Blog have talked about and researched. Why? Because we know how hard it is to break the habit. Also, some of us are still struggling with it. And by some of us, I definitely mean myself. Read More »

Overcoming The Energy Drain

Don’t let what’s going on inside your head weigh you down. The older you get, the more you will start to realize that the amount of energy you have is finite. It’s just like the battery in your flashlight. When it runs out of power, you’re left in the dark. Read More »

Dealing With Coworkers You Can’t Stand

If I took a poll right now and asked our readers if any of them have ever had to deal with a coworker that they absolutely couldn’t stand, I’d imagine the responses would be something like, “Literally every day.” There’s really no way to escape it. So how can you avoid butting heads with your fellow coworkers? Read More »

Obeying the Interview Speed Limit

If you’re looking for work, there’s a well-defined process you expect to follow. Apply, get screened, interview, receive an offer or a pass, and make a decision. But how long should this take? Read More »