The Certified Speaking Professional Designation
The Certified Speaking Professional designation, established in 1980, is the speaking industry’s international measure of professional platform skill. The CSP® designation is conferred by the National Speakers Association (NSA) only on those speakers who have earned it by meeting strict qualifying criteria. The letters CSP® following a speaker’s name identify that speaker as a speaking professional with a proven track record for understanding and delivering value from the platform.
The Certified Virtual Presenter Designation
The Certified Virtual Presenter (CVP) designation is awarded by eSpeakers. The designation certifies that the presenter has demonstrated the tools, environment, and skills to perform a quality remote presentation using live video. More companies are moving to virtual delivery of events and programs. A Certified Virtual Presenter can ensure your success.
Certification provides a brief Virtual Proof video of the presenter, recorded by the certifier during a virtual meeting, so that event organizers can see first-hand what they’ll be getting.
The Certified Virtual Presenter standard has support from leading industry organizations:
- Meeting Professionals International
- Smart Meetings
- Senior Planners Industry Network
B is for Balance, 2nd edition, has been awarded first place in the 2015 AJN Book of the Year Award in the Consumer Health category.
About the Book of the Year Awards:
Since 1969, the American Journal of Nursing (AJN) has published an annual list of the best in nursing publishing. The AJN Book of the Year program is a prestigious competition that garners the attention of its readers in diverse settings. Judging is invited by experts in 20 categories. The Consumer Health category is significant because B is for Balance, 2nd edition, was written to serve multiple industries as well as the general public.
Fellow, the American Academy of Nursing
The American Academy of Nursing’s Fellows are nursing leaders in education, management, practice and research. This is the nursing profession’s greatest honor. Sharon is a member of the Class of 2001.