Training

A teacher at heart, Nancy loves helping people evolve into the best version of themselves.  Her ability to help people feel comfortable to open up during a workshop, bring about not only engaging sessions but individuals with greater confidence to do better after Nancy’s training events. By utilizing both group and individual assessments, workshops are customized to drive and achieve uniquely tailored goals.  Groups receive LemonAID to develop the critical soft skills necessary for optimal performances. nancy-stampahar-facilitating-team-retreat

 

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If your company needs improvement in any of these areas, call The LemonAID Lady at 484-328-3717 or email.

Nancy Stampahar, the LemonAid Lady loves helping people evolve into the best version of themselves

Joyce Valent, M.A. ED., I.T., Training Manager,

Duquesne University


“Nancy Stampahar has always provided a stellar presentation, no matter what the topic!  Her training sessions are engaging and very interactive.  The attendees consistently provide outstanding evaluations of Nancy’s ability and presentations.  Nancy works with us to provide exactly the type of material and training we need to be successful.  We recommend her without hesitation!”  

Communications and Teamwork, Woodhaven Senior Care Center


“Material presents as applicable to current workplace needs.  I learned how to be more assertive.  Showing me that I can stand my ground and get results, in a professional way – it does work.  Instructor very thorough, good thoughts and ideas for development.”  

Conflict Resolution, Robert Morris University PACE Program Participants


Evaluation Comments to Question: After taking this workshop I am going to change: “My interaction with difficult, demanding managers; review of DiSC.  Trying to remember recognizing others personalities and how to approach each case.   Communicate more consistently.  My attitude towards coworkers (I will attempt to try not to take everything too personally.  My attitude and my tendencies for jumping to conclusions. Try not to avoid issues.  Become more aware of my own body language.”