Clients :
Why It Is Important to Build a Culture Where Everyone is Seen and Appreciated
  • The Great Resignation. In a study done by Zety in 2021, 65% quit because they didn’t feel valued by their managers.
  • When employees feel unseen, their engagement drops. Low engagement leads to low productivity. The disengaged employees can even negatively influence the more engaged ones.
  • A culture of appreciation can potentially increase the company’s revenue.  In a study by Harvard Business Professor James Heskett, companies that exhibit the culture of appreciation had a revenue growth of 682%.
  • Being seen and appreciated is a basic human need.
  • Unlock your company’s hidden potential and inspire fearless possibilities in your team (e.g. increase team engagement, productivity, creativity) by building a culture where everyone is seen and appreciated.
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“When you feel seen and appreciated, you unlock fearless possibilities.” - Sha Nacino

Sha’s Most Requested Keynotes
The Power of Being Seen and Appreciated
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Problems it Addresses: Low employee engagement, low productivity, lack of creativity, lack of care for the company

Best for: Global Conferences, Sales Conferences, Financial Advisors, MDRT Conferences

Regardless of our age, race, or economic status, we all have this basic need. We all want to be seen and appreciated.

When you feel seen and appreciated, you soar high and you unleash fearless possibilities in the form of higher engagement, creativity, and productivity.

The Power of Gratitude
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How do you keep your team highly engaged without spending tons of money? Building a culture of gratitude is key. This keynote will help employees gain perspective, inspire them to appreciate where they are, and share their appreciation with their colleagues, managers, and their company. The result? A happier, more productive, and highly engaged working environment.

Lead with Care
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According to Gallup, 75% of the reason why people quit their jobs is because of their managers. No matter how competent a manager or leader is, if the employees don’t feel the manager cares for them, they either get demotivated which then lowers their productivity, or they quit their jobs. In this keynote, leaders will gain practical and powerful ways on how they can show authentic care for their team members, which then leads to happier, more engaged, and more productive teams.

Mission Happiness in the Workplace
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Loneliness leads to poor health and poor performance. When employees are happier, they tend to be more inspired, creative, and productive. What does it take to build a happier and a more engaged workplace? This is what this keynote is all about.

Money Matters at Work
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Let’s face it. When we’re worried over money concerns, we can’t focus at work and our productivity suffers. This talk will inspire and empower employees to take charge of their finances so they can eliminate financial worries and be happier and more productive at work. This keynote will be one of the most beautiful gifts you can give your team members. Sha is the perfect person to give this talk because she was once buried in debts during her stint as a bank employee. Today, her finances are in order. She can empathize with those who are struggling in their finances and she can help them get out of the financial mess they are in. Don’t let money issues get in the way to becoming the most joyful and productive team member you can be.

Some of Sha's Clients
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List of Countries Where Sha Served as a Speaker (In-Person)
France
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India
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Malaysia
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Maldives
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U.S.A.
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Singapore
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Philippines
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Why Hire Sha as Your Speaker
Some of the world-class speakers and thought leaders Sha interviewed/shared stages with
Highlights of Some of Sha’s Events

Sha is not only a speaker who relates well with the audience, she also deeply understands the amount of hard work conference organizers put into organizing events. After all, she has a considerable experience organizing some of her branded events.

If you’re a conference organizer, you will love working with Sha as your keynote speaker because she is highly professional, she understands your language, and she is so easy to work with.

Here are the highlights of some of Sha’s events.

About Sha

Sha Nacino is a global keynote speaker and an award-winning author of 15 books. She is on a mission to help leaders and organizations unlock their organizations’ hidden potential by building a culture where everyone feels safe, seen, and appreciated.

Sha holds a Certificate in Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, with Dr. Martin Seligman who is the Father of Positive Psychology, as the lead professor.

Sha has traveled to and inspired thousands of people globally in countries including the Philippines, Hong Kong, Singapore, India, UAE, Malaysia, Maldives, France, and the U.S. She has served as a speaker to global brands like Johnson & Johnson, HSBC, AXA, Usana, Sunlife, FWD, Cocolife, Manulife, and many more!

In 2019, Sha was awarded the Female Entrepreneur of the Year presented by the United Nations Global Entrepreneur Council and Women’s League Foundation. In 2022, she was awarded the Inspiring Humanitarian Award by the World Humanitarian Drive (WHD).

Sha is a speaker who is known to move her audience with her well-thought-out, engaging, fun, and easy-to-understand talks that include tangible action plans.  Sha marries her background as a former bank employee with her journey as an entrepreneur and a professional speaker so that her stories relate to employees, entrepreneurs, and leaders alike.

An author of 15 books, host/producer of two podcasts, and a creator of online courses and online summits such as The 90-Day Book Writing Challenge, The 90-Day Speak to Thrive Challenge, the HR Summit GlobalTM, Global Authors SummitTM, World Gratitude SummitTM, and Global Success Summit™ (with Jonathan Low), Sha is incredibly grateful to have been given opportunities from a humble background as a bank employee to a global speaker and thought leader.

Sha is known as “The Possibility Igniter” who inspires fearless possibilities through her words and works.

For fun, Sha likes to travel, sing, dance, and direct and create music videos. Since releasing her first music video in June 2021, she and her team already produced more than 27 music videos so far.

Engage Sha if you want to increase your team’s engagement, happiness, creativity, and productivity. Email us at info@shanacino.com.

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Sha’s Latest Blogs
Savor your positive experiences. :)
Nov, 29 2022

Last night, we had a group coaching session for the students of The 90-Day Book Writing Challenge.


Before I started with the coaching proper, I asked them to share in the comments their answer to this question,

“What made you smile today?”

I want to ask you the same question.

What made you smile today?
Better yet, what events last week made you smile?

These days I am so into studying Positive Psychology.

One of the things I learned recently is this concept called SAVORING.

Here’s how Fred Bryant and Joseph Veroff define savoring.

Savoring are the processes of attending to, appreciating, and enhancing positive experiences.”

Oftentimes, our default is to replay in our minds what went wrong. We ruminate.
We beat ourselves up. We continue to hurt ourselves by replaying the hurtful scenarios in our mind.

How about embracing this concept called SAVORING?

We think about the things that went well and we take time to savor the positive emotions we felt.


I had a beautiful week last week. Let me share it with you.

Monday – Breakfast with my friend and mentor from Singapore.


Tuesday – Long, fun, meaningful lunch with friends.

Wednesday – I guested on a radio show for the National Book Week.

You can watch the replay here. 

Thursday – Dinner with my dear friend at home. She even volunteered to do the dishes even if her nails were done. Hehe!

Friday – I gave a corporate talk to a huge insurance company. I and the participants had so much fun! I really feel I was born to give talks! 🙂

Saturday – anticipated Mass, swimming

Sunday – walked around UP Sunken Garden, lunch with my friend at Gubat, read a book, attended a photo exhibit at UP Campus with friends I bumped into while walking around.

My 2nd favorite thing to do on a Sunday 🙂

During the week, I also heard Mass in person.

I made sure I had slow lunches, checked out some nice vegan restaurants in our neighborhood, watched a lot of Netflix rom com movies.

I also regularly communicated with my family and friends.
I worked out, and I worked, too! Of course! Hehe!

I love savoring my favorite moments during the day or during the week.

It makes me smile and be so grateful for those experiences.

I also love to be fully present in the moment — that’s why I love slow lunches.

I also love to look forward to doing something exciting — like watching a musical play this coming weekend.

If we want to nurture and increase positive emotions in our lives, savoring is one way to do it.

I hope this TuesDate inspired you to savor life’s beautiful moments.


I wish you love, joy, and peace today and everyday! 🙂

Cheers,
Sha

P.S.1 I am sending this newsletter to our growing community of 210,000 people! So happy to have you here.

Some of us are at a stage wherein we can now enjoy the fruits of our labor. Some of us are at a stage wherein we need to hustle more.
Whatever stage you’re at right now, may this story of Pamela inspire you.

Like Pamela, may the challenges you experience in life inspire you to be the best version of yourself. 🙂


You got this!

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Do the big and little things with love :)
Nov, 22 2022

Let me share two anecdotes:

Anecdote #1: The VIP Experience

A few months ago, I was invited to give a talk live, in-person to a group of 8,000 people.
It was probably the biggest crowd I’ve ever addressed as a speaker.

Picture this.
On the day of the talk, my hair and make-up artist came to my place to do my hair and make-up.
Then the driver we hired for the day picked me up and drove me to the venue.

My team members went to the venue in advance to take photos of the place and coordinate with the tech team. They also sent me photos so that even while I was still home, I can visualize how the venue looks like, what’s the vibe of the crowd, and how I can ‘work’ the stage.


The talk went really, really well! Praise God!

Right after my talk, I and my team quietly sneaked out of the venue so as not to disturb the ongoing program.

Some of the participants saw me leave and they also quietly sneaked out of the huge conference room to say Hi and take selfies with me.

I had the chance to see and speak with the participants up close.

I was smiling for the next 20-30 minutes to accommodate all the selfies and groupies.

It was such a heartwarming experience. I love being up close with people.


The next night was the company’s gala night wherein I was also invited as a guest.

When I arrived at the venue, there was a long line of participants wanting to get in.
I lined up as well.

The participants who were in front of me and behind me saw me and they said Hi.

They also requested for selfies which I joyfully accommodated.

When the organizer learned I was already outside the building, she said,
“Ms. Sha, you don’t need to line up. I’ll come and fetch you.”
She was so kind. She fetched me and directed me to one of the three VIP tables in front.
There was an estimated 10,000 attendees that night.
During dinner, our table also didn’t line up to get food from the buffet area.

The food was served to us.

That night, an author friend of mine who sat on the same table asked me to go to the restroom with her.

(You know how women are. Hehe! We bond by going to the restroom together.)

When the female participants saw me inside the restroom, they said Hi and they also asked for selfies/groupies.

I love mingling with people and smiling for selfies/groupies with them.

I saw that as part of loving the audience and extension of my role as their speaker the previous day.


The entire two-day experience was such a beautiful, heartwarming moment for me.

I felt so loved and accepted.

Anecdote 2: Sha as the driver

Last Thursday, I took on a different role — that of a driver.

I woke up early to finish some work.

Then I drove to another city to pick up my two-year old Godson.
As soon as he and his nanny got inside my car, I changed my car song to Cocomelon, his favorite.

I drove him to his class.

Then I waited in a nearby coffee shop for him to finish his class.
When he was done, I picked him up again, then drove them back home.

I was literally his driver that day. Hahaha!

Last Saturday, I woke up very early.
I moved my swimming lesson 30 minutes earlier because I had an important role again —

pick up my grandson, bring him to his class, then drive him home.
This time, my friend (his mom) joined.

Driving for my Godson and waiting for him to finish his class were so heartwarming for me.

I have so much love for the little guy even if he is not my son. Hehe!

It feels so good to love just because you want to love.

Two different experiences — one wherein I was treated like a VIP and the other one wherein I was the one treating my little Godson like a VIP.

Both were done with love.
Both were heartwarming.

I believe this is what life is all about.
Everything boils down to LOVE.



Earlier today, I had lunch with my friend and mentor Avi Liran, Pam (one of LinkedIn’s Top 30) and her husband Manny. I just met Pam yesterday after my breakfast with Avi and we bonded right away. Thus, we organized another lunch with Avi (and with Pam’s husband) today.

Avi is a TEDx/IDEASx speaker (Economist, MBA and basketball coach) who is on a mission to delight the world, one person, one workplace at a time. He is based in Singapore and he is currently here in Manila for a couple of days.

After our lunch, we played this “Values” game that Avi usually facilitates for the top corporate leaders who hire him as a speaker and consultant.

Avi asked what our top values were and my top value was LOVE.

Whether you are given a small task or a big task, it’s up to us how we show up.
We can do everything with love.

(I don’t always do it perfectly.)

My Mama has influenced me big time to do everything with love and excellence.
Whether she was watering the plants, preparing her lesson plan, or cooking for our family, she was fully present and she did everything with love and excellence.

At work, how can we do our task with love?
In your profession, how can you love your clients and colleagues?

I wish you love, joy, and peace today and everyday! 🙂

Cheers,
Sha

P.S. Excited for you to do things with love! 🙂

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Spark joy!
Nov, 15 2022

Hope you’re having a great week so far.
Today, I’d like to talk about this phrase popularized by Marie Kondo — Spark joy!”

“I have a lot of clothes in my closet but I have nothing to wear!”

Have you ever felt this?
I sure did. Hehe!

I’ve been wanting to declutter my closet as one of my birthday gifts to myself.

For some reason, I couldn’t seem to do it on my own.


Surprise! Surprise!
My dear friend Ren, a certified KonMari Consultant, visited my home last Friday.

(IG:worldofyorokobi)

She helped me declutter my bedroom and closet.

We had a lot of fun and we were done decluttering my closet and bedroom in three hours!
We discarded lots of clothes I no longer need — which I then donated to charity.
Some clothes were used only once for music videos, some were not used at all, and some were my favorites.


Before: I used to get stressed out when I open my closet.

Now: I get so giddy with joy (kinikilig ako) when I open my closet.

I now look forward to doing the laundry and folding the clothes!

My closet and bedroom spark so much joy!
Thanks to my friend Ren’s expertise and contagious joy.

What is it something you do that brings you so much joy?

When you do it, you’re in the flow.

You don’t notice the time because you’re so immersed and fully present in what you’re doing.


For me, I can share two things — writing and speaking.

I love writing books, articles, and newsletters.

I love speaking for companies, conferences, and summits!

They spark so much joy!

Here’s what I found out.

When you do something that sparks joy in your heart, you also impart that joy to others.

May you find something that sparks joy for you! 🙂

If you’ve already found it, may you continue to do it and serve others thru it.

I wish you love, joy, and peace today and everyday! 🙂


Cheers,


Sha

P.S. I have two announcements:

  1. So many people want to write books but they get overwhelmed just thinking about it.
    The truth is, writing a book can be so fun and joyful to do!

We’ve helped over a hundred first-time authors write, publish, and launch their books. They had a lot of FUN writing their books. That’s one of the key things I made sure when I designed my signature online course

The 90-Day Book Writing Challenge. We’ll reopen the registration in a few days.

Did your heart just dance with joy when you read this part? I feel you! Hehe!

I’ll share the registration link in my TuesDate newsletter next week. 🙂


Meanwhile, you can watch the highlight of the Global Authors Summit in-person event 2019 here:

Here’s the highlight of the Global Authors Summit Virtual event in 2022.

Both events showcased the book launches of some of the most recent graduates of The 90-Day Book Writing Challenge.

I also invited my global author friends from the U.S., Canada, Singapore, India, Australia, etc to grace the events.

2. I’m doing a one-hour Masterclass on “How to START Writing Your Book Even if You’re Not a Writer” tomorrow, Nov 16, 7PM PH/SG time. If you want to see if book writing is for you, you can register here https://seminarphilippines.lpages.co/bwc-workshop-sign-up/

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