"Barbara was excellent at detecting the key stumbling blocks for each person's situation. Wonderful observation skills and very entertaining!" - Carol Brandly, Seminar Participant

You've got the right people on the team -- that's a great start!

Now you need to help them work together, steadily improve their performance, be motivated, stay with the company, and grow as leaders. And, most importantly, get past their stumbling blocks.

That's where Barbara May comes in.

She offers customized team building seminars on new ways of solving problems in the workplace such as dealing and communicating with co-workers and bouncing back from mistakes.

Here's the scoop.
Barbara May brings a uniquely powerful mix of personal stories, humorous examples and real world insight to her programs and clients. By talking openly about her struggles and triumphs, Barbara helps individuals and teams see and get past their stumbling blocks, and be happy, motivated and productive.

Stumbling Blocks Challenge
Barbara May created the Stumbling Blocks Challenge  to foster the development of communication and leadership skills. These team building activities are both fun and educational, and have the added benefit of improving performance and productivity in the workplace.

What Are You Looking For?
Inspiring opening and closing keynote speeches for your upcoming meeting, conference or team building event. Learn more about Barbara's motivational programs.
Fun, informative and highly interactive team building seminars for everyone from senior managers to emerging leaders and new recruits. Learn more about Barbara's team building seminars.
Customized team buidling building workshops on new ways of solving problems in the workplace such as dealing and communicating with co-workers and bouncing back from mistakes. Learn more about Barbara's leadership training.
"Barbara was awesome! She captivated me through the content of her message, her energy, inflection and dynamic presence." Susan Munro, MEHco Inc.
What’s The First Step?
Call Barbara May. Discuss your team's biggest stumbling block(s) with her. Then bring her in to work with your team.