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Heather doesn’t speak TO clients, she communicates with them, presenting an experience they’ll never forget. Her vast experience and her enthusiasm have led her to appear on CNN, Fox News Channel, NBC, CBS and Sirius Radio, and she’s served as an anchor at Law and Crime. Clients leave her presentations excited about their ability to credibly advocate for themselves and their ideas, to build trust and to lead with confidence. Every keynote is individualized to the client. Leadership, team building, advocacy–these all take communication, and Heather knows how to use language, preparation, energy, listening skills and non-verbal communication to with every topic she presents.

Heather’s Topics Include:

ADVOCATE WITH ELEGANCEFOR WOMEN:

An advocate is one who is called to another’s aid. Today more than ever women are called to be advocates—for their families, for their ideas, for their businesses, and most of all for themselves. You can learn how to apply the tools of a trial lawyer and become your own best advocate.

Heather Hansen has been a trial lawyer for over 20 years. She is a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers and is consistently named one of the 50 best female attorneys in Pennsylvania. Now she combines her psychology degree, her mediation training and her years of trial experience to enable others to advocate for themselves. Key takeaways include:

1- Gain Clarity-Define Advocacy and How to Use It.

Unless you are a lawyer, you probably weren’t taught advocacy skills in school. It’s time to embrace the fact that you are an advocate, and how to use advocacy to win.

2- Breakdown the 5 Cs of Advocacy

You will leave with 5 actionable and memorable tools to fall back upon when you are in the moment that calls for advocacy.

3- Use the PEACE Processto Advocate with Ease.

 Heather shares her patent pending process to become the strongest advocate you can be, for your family, your business and yourself. 

4-Learn to “Hire Yourself” as Your Advocate.  

You’ll learn the one psychological tool that will allow you to hire yourself as your own advocate—and give yourself rave reviews!

5- Understand a Woman’s Advocacy Advantage.

Studies show that women have distinct advantages when it comes to advocacy. Use your voice, embrace your empathy and hone your perspective-you will leave with the tools to do it all.

ADVOCATE WITH ELEGANCEFOR REAL ESTATE:

As real estate professionals, you advocate for your clients, your agency, your ideas and yourself. An extraordinary advocate turns their clients into advocates as well. That’s the key to a thriving referral business.

Heather Hansen has been a trial lawyer for over 20 years. She is a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers and is consistently named one of the 50 best female attorneys in Pennsylvania. Now she combines her psychology degree, her mediation training and her years of trial experience to enable others to advocate for themselves. Key takeaways include:

1- Gain Clarity-Define Advocacy and How to Use It.

An advocate is one who is called to another’s aid. You are the epitome of advocates—coming to your clients’ aid at a time when they’re emotional, confused and in need. Use your advocacy skills to leave your clients excited to advocate for you.

2- Breakdown the 5 Cs of Advocacy

You will leave with 5 actionable and memorable tools to fall back upon when you are in the moment that calls for advocacy.

3- Use the PEACE Processto Advocate with Ease.

 Heather shares her patent pending process to become the strongest advocate you can be, for your clients, your family, your business and yourself. 

4-Ask Questions and Embrace Objections.  

Questions and objections are the majority of your day. You’ll learn how to look at both as opportunity, and how to maximize those opportunities to win. 

5-Develop your SPRY skills.

To be spry is to be active and lively. Even better, with Heather’s SPRY system you will have the tools you need to turn your business and your life into everything you’ve imagined they can be. You can be your own best advocate and still serve your clients as well.

ADVOCATE WITH ELEGANCE—FOR LEADERS

An advocate is one who is called to another’s aid. The best leaders need to learn to advocate for their teams, their businesses and their ideas with ease. Leaders can learn how to apply the tools of a trial lawyer and find ways to advocate to a win that works for everyone.

Heather Hansen has been a trial lawyer for over 20 years. She is a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers and is consistently named one of the 50 best female attorneys in Pennsylvania. Now she combines her psychology degree, her mediation training and her years of trial experience to enable others to advocate for themselves. Key takeaways include:

1- Define Advocacy and How to Apply It.

Unless you are a lawyer, you probably weren’t taught advocacy skills in school. It’s time to embrace the fact that you are an advocate, and how to use advocacy to win.

2- Breakdown the 5 Cs of Advocacy

You will leave with 5 actionable and memorable tools to fall back upon when you are in the moment that calls for advocacy.

3- Use the PEACE Processto Lead Your Teams

 Heather shares her patent pending process to become the strongest advocate you can be, for your family, your business and yourself. With the PEACE process you can become the leader your team needs. 

4-Ask Questions, Master Objections, and Build Credibility with Your Team.  

You can use the tools of a trial lawyer to prove yourself. With these tools you will have the evidence to show your team (and yourself) that you are the leader for the job.

5- Build a Team of Advocates.

Want a team full of advocates, who spread the word for you and your company? These tools will allow you to build a team full of individuals who advocate for you and your ideas.

ADVOCATE WITH ELEGANCEFOR LAWYERS

You know how to advocate for your clients. But can you take those same skills and advocate for your family, your business, your ideas and yourself? When you take the tools you’ve used in the courtroom and extend them to life and work outside the courtroom, you will transform the way you communicate.

Heather Hansen has been a trial lawyer for over 20 years. She is a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers and is consistently named one of the 50 best female attorneys in Pennsylvania. Now she combines her psychology degree, her mediation training and her years of trial experience to enable her clients to advocate for themselves. This workshop includes:

1-Picking People: You choose people every day. Your dates, your partners, your dogwalker, your business partner. Heather combines her psychology degree with her years of experience picking juries to show you how to use body language, questions and tone of voice to choose well.

2-Use Your Voice: When we spend our days at work speaking up and out, we often are reluctant to do the same at home or in our personal lives. You will leave with the tools to use your voice and your differences to your benefit, and how to listen to others’ voices in a way that will help you win.

3-Gain Perspective: Heather will show you one simple, unforgettable exercise that will help you to see things from others’ perspectives. She will also share the PEACE process which is the key to developing teams that are psychologically safe and strong.

4-Owning Objections: Learn to object, how to overcome objections and how to stop spending your lives looking for objections. This balance is one of the cornerstones of Heather’s training.

5-Build Credibility: At trial, you don’t win if the jury doesn’t find you credible. The same is true in life. Credibility leads to trust, and you need trust to succeed (and that includes, most especially, the ability to trust yourself).

ADVOCATE WITH ELEGANCEFOR SALES/MARKETING

Facts tell. Stories sell. But advocacy wins. Every time you tell the story of your brand/product, there is a competitor telling a different story. The customer chooses the story that wins. And you can use the tools of a trial lawyer to advocate for your story in a way that will lead to victory.

Heather Hansen has been a trial lawyer for over 20 years. She is a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers and is consistently named one of the 50 best female attorneys in Pennsylvania. Now she combines her psychology degree, her mediation training and her years of trial experience to enable her clients to advocate for themselves. This workshop includes:

1- Learn the Difference Between Storytelling and Advocacy

 Stories are powerful, but they can also put you to sleep. It’s no longer enough to tell a story—you need to advocate for that story so your client/customer will choose it over any other. Heather shows you how. 

2- Discover the 5Cs of Advocacy, and the One C to Avoid.

You’ll leave with an understanding of how to use Compassion, Creativity, Connection, Curiosity and Credibility to Advocate for your product/brand. And you’ll recognize that until you decide to give up the C of comfort, you’ll never be your own best advocate.

3- Overcome Objections with Two Simple Words

In sales and marketing, questions and objections are a big part of each day. Heather will teach you a tool from the courtroom to help you overcome objections, and the role questions have to play in achieving victory.

4-Gain Perspective.

A trial lawyer can’t win until she sees things from the perspective of her opponent, the jury and the judge. And if you want to win the sale, you have to do the same. Heather will share one trick that will change your ability to see perspective forever.

5-Build Credibility: At trial, you don’t win if the jury doesn’t find you credible. You can’t sell without credibility either. Even when there isn’t time to develop trust, you can develop credibility. You will leave with the tools to build credibility for yourself and your product.