“Your smile is your logo. Your personality is your business card. How you leave others feeling after having an experience with you becomes your trademark.” ~ Jay Danzie
Tracy Bagli Hooper teaches emerging and established leaders how to master the art of civility and connection. These professionals don’t wait for others to change. They want to discover their blind spots and take charge of the situations in front of them.
Before launching the Confidence Project, Tracy was a TV news reporter and anchor at CBS affiliate stations. She also built a voice-over business, with corporate clients such as Disney, NFL Films, Marriott, Kaiser Permanente, Rite Aid, and more.
To be successful, Tracy learned how to introduce herself with impact, connect with people quickly, and put them at ease, in person, online, or on the phone.
Tracy discovered that to be seen, heard, and respected, you have to make others feel like they’re most important person in the room. Regardless of your age, background, title, or salary, practicing Confidence Project skills can help advance your career.
Tracy has taken the Confidence Project to Rwanda to work with the next generation of African change-makers. She has sold out leadership events and has worked with companies such as Intel, Columbia Sportswear, Novo Nordisk, Providence Health, Washington Workforce Association, Solvay, Oppenheimer Funds, and CPSG | Mercer. Her trainings gave these clients essential skills to grow their brands, bottom line, and bonds in business.
In an innovated workforce, it’s not enough to be smart or tech-savvy. You have to identify your confidence breakers, so you never have to:
hide behind a computer screen
stay silent in a meeting
second guess your responses
Civility wins the day, and it’s a skill that must be taught and re-learned throughout one’s career. Those who seek Tracy’s services can learn to relate to anyone, anywhere with unshakeable confidence.
Tracy enjoys writing, traveling, and is a fast & fierce power walker. She works on her confidence every day and is still developing new strategies from people she admires.