SDEA Trainer Feature: Olga Sanchez de la Vega

Olga Sanchez de la Vega

San Diego Employers Association is known as the go-to resource for HR professionals and business owners in San Diego, helping people stay informed about changing employment laws, HR news, and making professional development opportunities available to employers of all sizes.
To meet the unique training needs of your company, SDEA offers a variety of classes taught by one of our expert instructors, Olga Sanchez de la Vega.  Olga is fluent in both English and Spanish, and conducts trainings in either language.  Her trainings are known for their lasting impact and their ability to inspire, motivate, and educate participants.  Olga’s approach is one in which all people feel seen and heard, elevating the quality and impact of her classes whether they are conducted in English or Spanish.
Olga’s classes cover a wide array of subject areas including Communication, Managing Conflict, Time Management and Delegation, Performance Management, Becoming a Confident Leader and more.  Her instruction is known for its positive, measurable impact on people’s sense of confidence and efficacy in their role.  Recently Olga created and delivered a customized training at Helix Environmental Planning.  Shanna Brown, Director of Human Resources at Helix,  said, “Olga was fabulous!  She built a great rapport with our employees, had them fully engaged and really knew her stuff.”
Olga possesses over a decade worth of experience as a trainer for AT&T University’s Talent and Development department.  She has taught classes and trained thousands of people across the nation, from Puerto Rico to Hawaii. Her areas of expertise include Leadership, Systems Training, Communication, Sales and Finance, Operations, Customer Service and more.
If you would like to learn more about the professional development classes taught by Olga, please email us at info@sdeahr.org or call 858-505-0024.  You may also meet Olga in person at SDEA’s upcoming Roundtables, taking place on March 22nd (Finding Legal Ways to Tackle Employee Attendance Problems) and April 5th, 2018 (Tax and Regulatory Update).  Come by and enjoy the class and lunch, and discuss what may be possible for your company with a custom training taught by Olga Sanchez de la Vega.

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