Arlene T. Dyer
“How Was Your Day?”—Every new day has 24 hours, learn how to maximize your hours by using 12 simple steps.
“It’s Time For The Real Me To Stand Up And Be Counted.”—Experiencing personal growth thru self-evaluation, self-appreciation and self-awareness
“Will I Suffer At Work When I’m Hurting At Home?”—How to resolve the issue of domestic violence.
“I Hate My Job But I Need The Money.”—Proven techniques for transforming the most menial tasks into dream positions.
“Korporate Kids” a seminar designed for your up and coming leaders.—Building self-esteem, self-awareness and self-approval through fun
I am an entrepreneur, international professional speaker, as well as a life skills coach who specializes in job work ethics training. My innovative work in the field of Employment and Social Services has resulted in my lecturing in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Birmingham and Kano, Nigeria, West Africa. I am also a Featured Expert in 101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life with John Gray, Jack Canfield and Richard Carlson.
Owner/Publisher of REYD Publications since 1995
Author of five books:
How Was Your Day? —Your 90-Day Personal Evaluation Journal
You Got the Job! …Now What? —A survival guide for new employees. (available in Spanish)
I Got the Job! …Now What? —A blueprint for successful employment.
Escaping to the Workplace.
—A book addressing the growing trend of women and men battered at home, respected at work.
Who Are You? And What Are You All About? —A self-evaluation handbook.
Founder/President of MYSELF Inc. (Making Youth Successful Employing Lifetime Formulas) a non-profit 501(c) (3) educational organization formed in1998 to provide an on-going series of self-empowerment seminars for disadvantage under-achieving/at risk youth. MAMA (Making A Major Adjustment) a recently formed program for women who have been abused mentally, physically, emotionally and financially.
Twenty years as an Employment Program Representative/Job Workshop Instructor for the California State Employment Development Department. Vocational Education Teaching Credential from UCLA. Certificate in Management Effectiveness from USC School of Business.
Featured in The New York Daily News, ADWEEK, L.A. Downtown News, Los Angeles Wave Newspaper, The Jewish Calendar, Bronze Mahogany, Freedom, Sharing Ideas, and Radio-TV Interview Report and TVGuestpert. Contributing Writer for the L.A. Watts Times. 2007 Who’s Who of American Women & Who’s Who in the World. Past Club Secretary, and Director of the Kiwanis Club of USC-University Park Los Angeles, Advisory Council member of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles.
During my presentation, you will laugh, learn and laugh. The audience is part of my presentation questions are asked and the answers are interesting to everyone. You will not only learn a lot about yourself but also about the person or persons sitting next to you. No one is bored or falls to sleep. Some of the questions are light hearted and some are thought provoking. Everyone walks away with a new opinion about himself or herself. You also discovered you are not alone in your thoughts and behavior. You are constantly laughing and learning about yourself. Everyone leaves with a smile because of having a good laugh about one or several of the questions. It is a good time for all. The program can be tailored to specific questions you would like to ask or have answered by your staff. Once again, your group will laugh, learn and laugh.
Arlene brought us out our comfort zone and we really appreciated her doing that.
The information was very informative and we were constantly laughing. I love her theme laugh, learn and laugh.
She made me realize I could use another way to do my work at the office so it would be less stressful.
I enjoyed some of the information pertaining to what I should do before I get out of bed; I used to watch my Dad do that and never understood why until today. Great session.
Ms. Dyer came to Juvenile Hall to help those who were being released find employment in a career we were good at she explained how there is a good side to every bad side. I stole cars she said, “I could work for an auto recovery service.” She really cared about us.
I thought I could read my paper but once Arlene started with the first question, I had to put my paper down. The whole group was laughing.
Simple questions took some of us a long time to answer. I really enjoyed the different stories she told. The punch lines were great.
I tried to write down all the short stories Arlene told so I could share them with my friends on the internet.
I enjoyed her presentation she was well prepared.
Arlene made me think about my health and the different things I was doing wrong.
She is a master at story telling, I never would have guessed the punch line.
Ms. Dyer spoke to our high school class and everyone gave her respect. She made us think about how we could do better in school and about our future.
-Los Angeles County Social Workers, Los Angeles Unified School District, Los Angeles Public Library