Are you tired of offering keynotes and workshops which feel like a waste of time?

Are you looking for a speaker who captures your group's attention and engages them?

Do you ultimately want to hire someone who challenges your audience's old ways of thinking and performing, and stimulates them to move towards a new, optimal level of functioning?

How is Dr. Robin different from other speakers?

Robin doesn't perceive speaking opportunities as a unidirectional exchange of information. Instead, Robin works to incorporate the audience, bringing them in to engage with and dissect the topic. She is motivated to inspire your group, challenge any unnecessary or dysfunctional constructs, and offer your group a new framework to encourage the performance you want from them and that they can thrive with.

Walk the Talk: Helping leaders to use storytelling to create a mental wellness culture

Experts in mental health say that the most important call to action in creating a workplace culture which supports mental health is leading by example. Leaders who share their own stories regarding mental health model the culture which considers mental health as equitable to physical health. But in order for this strategy to be effective, the storytelling must be authentic and, for many leaders, it is about finding their voices and being comfortable sharing their stories.

Powerful Women are Scary

Women have made incredible progress over the past 60 years since the women’s movement in the 1960s. In local and global politics, in all realms of business and production, and in entertainment, powerful women are changing the perspective and standards for women. So why is it that powerful women still make people uncomfortable? Considering the historical causes for female stereotypes, how cognitive dissonance plays a role in why powerful women are perceived as "scary", and what can women do to step into their power and change society's perception of powerful women, will frame this discussion.

"Just Shake It Off": Creating a workplace culture which supports mental wellness

We wouldn't wait to encourage a colleague to see a physician if they complained about physical pain which was detrimentally affecting their work life. Yet it is not uncommon for organizational culture to approach challenges to mental wellness with a "just shake it off" attitude. Instead of continuing the traditional model of ignoring mental health issues, organizations and organizational leaders can instead build cultures which view mental wellness as an equal priority to physical wellness.

The Octopus in the Room: How to coalesce all the arms of your professional and personal life

Society talks about finding a work-life balance, but this idea of "balance" is misleading. There is no time when the areas of life are perfectly balanced. Instead, adopting the perspective of harmony, a functional integration of all areas of life, provides you with a more effective framework to achieve health and happiness. Incorporating the subtopics of asking for what you want, burnout, imposter syndrome and perfectionism will contribute to this discussion on work-life harmony.

A Thread or a Tapestry: A new vision for powerful women

Rarely do successful leaders keep doing things "because it's the way it's always been done". Yet many experienced leaders rely on outdated models of leadership and many new leaders are encouraged to force themselves into these traditional frameworks. This is especially true for female leaders. By uncovering the underpinnings of relying on these old models, and revealing how a new model can support not only female leaders, but all leaders, an innovative approach to leadership can be considered.

Using your boss babe skills to create the relationship you want

You know how to be successful in your professional life. But how do you achieve the same level of success in your personal, committed relationship? You don't have to re-invent yourself or develop new approaches to achieve relationship success. Instead, by applying what you know as a powerful, professional woman, you can achieve the ROI you want in your future or current relationship.

Real Imposters Don't Experience Imposter Syndrome

Once we understand the psychology behind imposter syndrome, we can identify the detriments of imposter syndrome, and know how to identify true imposters. Most importantly, you can learn and develop effective ways to make your brain your ally to combat and control imposter syndrome.

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  • I was emotionally hungover for 3 days after hearing Dr. Buckley speak (in the best way possible). I would watch her over and over again. I still get goosebumps thinking about her presentation.- Conference Attendee
  • Dr. Robin Buckley is the epitome of excellence in her field. I was honored to be in the audience for her keynote speech at a recent women's conference and was awed by her brilliance, her graceful speaking abilities and tact for presenting. She is simply brilliant, and she couldn't be in a better field, as she is so well suited to improve the lives of so many people and couples. Just listening to Robin talk leaves you full of inspiration and motivation. Anyone would be (smart and) honored to have her as their guest speaker! - Heather Stasiak -- Real Estate Broker and Private Real Estate Coaching/Training Consultant
  • It is my pleasure to recommend Dr. Robin Buckley as a public speaker. Her recent keynote speech at the HER Conference was inspiring, informative, intellectual, interactive, and intuitive. As an audience, we laughed, we cried, and we grew. She took us on a journey of personal and professional growth that was thought-provoking, memorable, and useful. I will personally jump at the chance to hear her speak again and I will also look for the opportunity to have her speak for the organizations which I am affiliated with. In short, Robin is a very smart and a very nice person with important things to say and relevant and engaging ways of saying them. Not to be missed. - Iona Evans Attorney at Law
  • Dr. Robin was our very first keynote speaker at our annual H.E.R. Conference for women in Hampton, NH. I have listened to a few other presentations she has given in the past and knew she would be a great fit for our event. She blew it out of the water and nailed the purpose and messaging of the event. Saying she was AMAZING is an understatement! Robin was completely engaging with a dynamic and powerful message to the group of well over 100 women. My only regret, is not being able to see her live for her TEDx talk in May! As a speaker, she isn't afraid to bring up sensitive conversations and encourage others to dive into courageous conversations with each other. I would highly recommend Robin as a professional speaker. - Danielle Nonamaker
  • I continue to be blown away by Robin. As a speaker, she has found a way to package her vast knowledge, experience, and unique perspectives into talks that are interesting, engaging, informative, and thought-provoking. She has crafted talks that are important, relevant and timely for so many of us in our day-to-day lives. Robin's speaking style is polished and professional, while keeping the attention of the audience throughout. I highly recommend Robin as a professional speaker. - Lisa Keslar
  • I would highly recommend Dr. Robin Buckley as a speaker on a multitude of topics. She is engaging, energetic and draws in the audience with her easy confidence, humor and insightful storytelling. I recently had the opportunity to see Dr. Robin speak at a Tedx event and she was easily one of the favorite speakers of the day. As a Relationship Strategist and Executive Coach, in addition to her years of experience as a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, Dr. Robin can speak on many topics affecting the human experience, but based on the Tedx talk I heard I believe she has a very strong voice and message for women and how it is to be a woman in the modern world. Her observations, and insights demand a new perspective. She is truly inspiring. - Maki Pombo Maki Pombo at Managing Partner at Peak Business Consultants LLC
  • During each session that Dr. Robin has facilitated for Soul Models, I am in awe of her knowledge, compassion, and innate ability to connect with our participants. I have also had the great fortune of experiencing similar activities presented in an adult forum. Dr. Robin helps guide you through a process of self-exploration, helping to shine a light on our own core strengths and abilities. To say that the work that I have done with Dr. Robin has had a profound impact, both personal and professionally, would be an understatement. I’m so excited to see the growth as we continue to work together. - Carrie Penna Executive Director at SEACOAST SOUL MODELS
  • I was lucky enough to assist in organizing and actively participating in a conference where Robin was a keynote speaker. The process behind the scenes was flawless, and the proposal was exactly what we were looking for for the keynote address. As for the keynote itself, Robin was fantastic. She is a natural on stage and has so much to share with women and the world in general. The information she shared and the stories she told were robust and beautifully connected to the conference's theme. Well done, and thank you, Robin! - Talia Rosenblum, Board of Directors for H.E.R. Conference, Hampton, NH
  • I recently had the pleasure of attending Dr. Robin Buckley’s keynote speech at the H.E.R. Conference in Hampton, New Hampshire. Robin is an entertaining speaker who engages her audience and provides valuable information on a variety of topics. For example, her focus in her keynote was on the role of powerful women in changing traditional norms in networking and leadership. In February of 2022, Robin was the featured presenter at the Seacoast Women’s Network, speaking on how women can use their professional and personal skills to enhance their relationships. Robin speaks with clarity, authority, and humor and appeals to many audiences. She is a kind and sympathetic person and I would strongly recommend her as a keynote speaker for any venue. - Karen Schuster, Vice President, Seacoast Women's Network, Portsmouth, NH
  • I was lucky enough to have Robin as our Keynote speaker for the H.E.R women’s conference this past week. She is an amazing speaker and has a way of captivating the entire room just by her words and actions. We had some technological trouble with some slides she provided but this did not deter Robin from delivering an excellent talk and really engaging with the audience. I cannot say enough good things about Robin and I would love to see her speak again! - Martha Clyde, Board of Directors for H.E.R. Conference, Hampton, NH

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