If you think your habits, or those of your employees, are too entrenched to change, Thea Long can quickly convince you otherwise. When she was just 25, she created and streamlined an arts program for men in New York and New Jersey’s maximum-security prisons.
Her methods were so effective at changing the behavior of hardened criminals that Mademoiselle Magazine picked her as one of its 10 outstanding women of the year.
Since then, she has developed training programs for cities and counties nationwide, helping everyone from long-term welfare recipients to “hard core” unemployables.
In recent years, Ms. Long’s training has focused on business etiquette and interpersonal communication skills for the service and corporate communities. She has designed and conducted training programs internationally for Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, governmental agencies and school systems.
Her extensive theatrical background makes her an exceptionally gifted presenter. Participants rave about her humorous, yet informative, training programs.
She lives in New Jersey where she and her husband own and operate Cartridge World of Cherry Hill.