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by Kimberley Downey, Global Affairs Canada on Think on Your Feet®

“I took the “Think on Your Feet” workshop several years ago, and remember thinking then, that it was the first workshop where I would immediately (and easily!) be able to put to use the tools we were given. The plans are concise and easily adaptable to any organization or culture. I have relied on them so consistently over the years that I hardly notice I am using them anymore - they have become so ingrained in my approach. The monthly tips are an added bonus, providing contextual examples to realistic scenarios. I keep them in a notes folder in my icloud, and refer to them often when I am explaining a TOYF plan to a coworker. I urge anyone hesitating to sign up for a workshop to take the plunge. I did, and have never regretted my decision - it was one of the biggest ROI in my career.”

by Ashley Denuzzo, Multimedia Specialist, Coca-Cola Canada on Think on Your Feet®

Think on Your Feet® has quite literally been one of the most useful workshops I have ever taken. I am so thankful to have been trained in this program so early in my career as it has given me the tools needed to communicate effectively in any situation. In fact, I landed my "dream job" thanks to the techniques I used from TF in my interview. My (now) director has told me that out of the other applicants, my interview stood out because I was clear, coherent and got to the point quickly. Think on Your Feet® really, really works!

by Participant, Texas Instrument on Think on Your Feet®

“I got a list of many techniques to improve my communication and persuasion skills. It completely blew it out of the water, beyond expectations. Very entertaining and informative.”

by Bill Rigakos, Director Capital Markets Supervision, OFSI on Think on Your Feet®

Great course for organizing your thoughts and speaking effectively.

by Stephanie Woodward, Project Manager, Simplistics Web Design on Think on Your Feet®

Thank you so much for the Think on Your Feet® workshop I learned so much that is immediately applicable not only at work, but in all areas of life. Susan our facilitator was fantastic. Will definitely recommend to others!

by Brianne Charles, Dealer Relations Representative, Canadian Dealer Lease Services on Think on Your Feet®

I will highly recommend T.O.Y.F. to friends and colleagues looking to enhance their communication skills. I will definitely apply what I've learned going forward. Useful tips and tricks to help with those difficult, unexpected questions! Susan is a natural and made me feel comfortable in a larger group setting 🙂 Thank you, T.O.Y.F!!!!

by Jennifer Moniz, HR Representative, Schenker of Canada on Think on Your Feet®

- Course was amazing, fun, and very informative- Susan was a great trainer; very engaging- easy to relate the information learned to work situations

by Natalie Arthurs, Senior Policy Advisor, Ontario Public Service - MGCs on Think on Your Feet®

The course has great application in the work place - I will easily integrate key strategies into every conversation and email without having to totally change the way I try to communicate. The course builds very well over the two-day period, with lots of time to practice and get feedback from colleagues. The diverse perspectives in the room enhance the course learning.

by Anjana Pai, Senior IT Project Manager, Ministry of Health & Long-term Care on Think on Your Feet®

The workshop was very well organized. The concepts/plans were simple to remember/learn yet their impact can be powerful. Very useful for me in my day-to-day work & life. Susan has a great command of the subject, supported by very good relevant examples. I will be recommending it to my colleagues.

by Issa Braithwaite, Associate Consultant, The Sound on Think on Your Feet®

I think Think on Your Feet is great. We dont often take time out of our busy lives to work on our skills and it gives you the opportunity to get better in a low-risk, high-reward environment.

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