Sue Jacques, The Civility CEO™, is an enthusiastic, change-invoking and inspiring speaker who has been captivating audiences for years. She has the personality, the expertise and the energy to help individuals and companies face their biggest personal and corporate challenges head-on. Sue is a proud member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers and the Global Speakers Federation, and she is passionate about CPR (Civility, Professionalism and Respect).
How Not to Work
Out of the Corporate Closet
Habitual lateness. Rude language. Electronic intrusions. Sloppy appearance. These things affect your bottom line and carry an exorbitant price tag. The time has come to take unprofessionalism out of the corporate closet and do something about it. Corporate courtesy is making a comeback, and businesses that take action NOW will soar above their competitors. Sue Jacques, The Civility CEO™, will take you for a walk down "Professional Avenue" and share observations and ideas that will enable you to clearly demonstrate that you mean business.
What the Fork?
A 'Munch and Learn' Dining Etiquette Experience
This unique hands-on program will satiate curiosities about which bread plate to use, what to do with a napkin and how to hold all that silverware! Having confidence at the dining room table is as important as having confidence at the boardroom table. What the Fork? is the perfect mealtime keynote for conference banquets because delegates learn while they dine. Sue Jacques, The Civility CEO™, offers fun, useful and valuable tips during this interactive ‘Munch and Learn’ dining etiquette experience. Bon appétit!
I've Been Dying to Meet You
Six Life Lessons from a Death Investigator
It’s not every day that people have the opportunity to hear a veteran Forensic Death Investigator share the valuable lessons she has learned about life. Sue Jacques, The Civility CEO™, spent nearly two decades investigating thousands of unexpected and violent deaths during her career at the Medical Examiner’s Office. From murders to suicides and from infants to centenarians, Sue has seen too many people pay the ultimate price of incivility. Nothing is off limits in this frank and inspirational keynote, and the audience will be moved to take personal responsibility for resuscitating civility in their own lives … before it’s too late.