About Robin ThompsonLeadership development, professional speaking, training and non-profit expertise.
Robin has consulted with Fortune 500 companies, designing and presenting customized leadership development training programs. She holds a Certificate in Fundraising Management from the Indiana University Center on Philanthropy. Her passion is fundraising consulting for nonprofit organizations. She is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, a volunteer with the Vail Valley Partnership Nonprofit Network and a Colorado Nonprofit Association Member.
Robin has an extensive list of speaking topics for Corporate and Association audiences. She is skilled at motivating others to achieve consistent results by authentically relating to personal and professional goals.
President, Professional Speaker & Fundraising Consultant Robin is a collaborative and trusted leader with innate ability to foster long term relationships, manage leadership development activities, and create positive employee relations. Very adept at fostering employee engagement and retention attributes and strategies to involve maximum participation at all levels. Skilled in motivating others to achieve consistent results by authentically relating to the employees personal and professional goals. Consultant to Fortune 500 companies, unique ability to transfer knowledge, concepts and best practices with outstanding results.
Results You Can Expect
Robin Helps People:
- Become an EMPLOYER OF CHOICE by teaching leadership development
- INCREASE EMPLOYEE RETENTION while increasing productivity, profitability and morale
- Encourage EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT and create an atmosphere of trust
Recent Blog Posts
Learn from Robin’s insights.
Does training that is fun and interactive, really work? If you were to take a survey before you conducted a fun training session and then a follow up survey 30 days afterward, would it demonstrate an improvement in the work processes, morale, or productivity? Because...
The meetings industry, like almost everything else, has changed in many ways over the last 25 years when I first started speaking professionally. During that time, I’ve stayed in countless hotels, spoken in venues as strange as a funeral home, and met legends of the...
Click Topic Title to View Full Description For the first time in history fundraisers and donors could span five generations. As a result, nonprofits are facing new challenges in our ability to raise money. Studies show that one third of us waste about five hours a...