Sheila Glazov is an award-winning author, professional speaker and educator, garnering national acclaim and recognition for her groundbreaking books and workshops. Helping individuals break down barriers to build effective communications and cooperation is the essence of Sheila’s workshops and books.
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Sheila’s latest book, What Color Is Your Brain?TM
, is an enjoyable and compelling guide to how a person’s Brain Colors affect human behavior and interpersonal dynamics. First published in 1997, Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift takes the original core concepts of self-esteem and self-discovery later explored in What Color Is Your Brain?TM, and spins it into a children’s fairy tale. As a long-standing advocate for diabetes research and education, Sheila donates a percentage of her book royalties to help champion that cause.
Over three decades of significant professional development opportunities—combined with astute observations of human behavior—enabled Sheila to develop the What Color is Your Brain?TM Workshop. Her innovative style has won praise from business executives, educators, community leaders, parents, students and the media in the U.S., Canada, Europe and South America.
In addition to teaching 3rd grade and High School ESL (English as a Second Language), Sheila has been an adjunct faculty member of William Rainey Harper College and a guest instructor at DePaul, Penn State, Northwood, and Roosevelt Universities.
Sheila has appeared on CNN, NBC, ABC, FOX, LIFETIME and WGN TV. She has been interviewed on radio stations nationwide and featured in the Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun Times and Daily Herald newspapers. National magazines that have written feature articles on Sheila include, Selling Power, American Society of Training and Development, and HR magazine. She’s even appeared in the Discover Card and Quill Corporation national customer newsletters, and the International Who’s Who of Professional & Business Women, as well as Two Thousand Notable American Women. Today’s Chicago Woman newspaper selected her as one of “100 Women Making A Difference” for her entrepreneurial achievements in the field of creativity. Women In Management awarded her a “Women of Achievement Award” in Academia and Entrepreneur-Service. She was also named one of “The 10 Most Interesting People of 1998” in the Chicagoland area by Pioneer Press Publications. In 2000, Sheila was Mistress of Ceremonies for The Governor’s Commission on the Status of Women in Illinois’ annual “Take Our Daughter to Work Day: Encouraging Dreams for a Lifetime,” and read excerpts from Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift at the Children’s Tent during the Million Mom March in Washington, DC.
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