Presentation Topics

Can we Talk? Tackling Tough Topics with Clients, Co-workers and More (CLE approved)
Problems only fester and multiply when they go unaddressed. Most of us still resist difficult conversations. In this engaging, informative program, you will learn:

Cracking the Confidence Code – What It Is and How to Have It (CLE approved)
Statistically, women make less money than their male counterparts. They hold fewer managing partner and general counsel positions, and even leave their profession at greater rates. This is a popular keynote for professional groups. In this video-rich and eyeopening program, you will learn:

How to Get the Business You Want Starting Now
As professionals, we respond to the urgent and often fail to set ourselves up for success. In this program, you will learn:

  • How SMART goals achieve results
  • Time management strategies
  • Business development tips

Dena was a featured speaker by these and other organizatons:

  • WOMENomics​® 2019
  • Delaware County Chamber of Commerce
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Montgomery County Bar Association
  • Delaware County Bar Association
  • Pennsylvania Bar Institute
  • Bucks County Bar Association
  • Chester County Bar Association
  • Professional Business Network
  • American Executive Center
  • Greater Philadelphia Association of Corporate Counsel
  • PA Newspaper Association Media Lawyers Conference
  • Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Annual Training
  • Pennsylvania Coalition of Charter Schools
  • Guest Lecturer University of Pennsylvania Law School
  • National Business Institute
  • Elder Law Attorneys


Dear Dena,
I don’t often send a formal thank you for a continuing legal education presentation.

As you know I’ve both given and attended literally hundreds of speeches and CLEs nationally.

Your presentation, “Cracking Confidence – what it is and how to get it” was among the best I’ve ever witnessed in my career. To call it a speech or CLE is a disservice. This presentation was more an inspirational and motivational address.

Your speech was inspirational, practical, visionary and hopeful. It should, of course, be a staple for women’s committees within business and law, but it is also a must for both seasoned and entry level professionals including investors, lawyers and political leaders.

This should be “required reading” for every corporate and legal group striving for a more united and more effective work force and for those inspired leaders who want to offer their team a visionary how-to.

It was a perfect amalgam of your expertise as an executive coach, lawyer and a woman of uncommon common sense. Your business and legal experience was a great touchstone. Confidence and effectiveness would no doubt move up the chart for those who experience this unusually creative presentation.

Please add me to the long list of those offering kudos for an exceptional – and helpful – address.

I hope you will invite me when this speech lands you a national keynote or an upcoming TED talk!

Terry Mutchler, Esq.