Is morale at your organization suffering because of change and uncertainty … perhaps due to a merger, updated regulations, or new systems?
Do you wish people’s engagement and productivity could be improved?
Tina’s programs teach your people how to build their positivity skills using her proprietary Path for Positivity™ framework. They leave with easy-to-apply, yet powerful science-based insights and strategies they can use immediately in their busy day to shift their thinking. The result? People who are more . . .
SPEAKING & TRAINING PROGRAMS
Sharpening Your Positive Edge: Shifting Your Thoughts for More Positivity & Success
(Keynote or Workshop)
Work (and life) can be hard! It’s easy to get stuck focused on all the problems and challenges that stress us out. The exciting news is that we have another option. We can override our natural negative bias and notice more of the good. This program’s strategies and insights, based on Tina’s proprietary, science-based Path for Positivity™, make that choice easier. The result is a more enjoyable work experience, less stress, more success, and a higher quality of life.
Finding Balance during Ambiguity & Uncertainty: Staying Positive when Things Get Tough
(Keynote or Workshop)
It’s natural to worry how upcoming changes in our organization will affect our work and lives. In fact, we’re wired to anticipate the worst possible outcome. This is an important part of our survival instinct. Yet, there are things we can do to shift our thinking and stay more positive despite the uncertainty. This interactive program uses The Path for Positivity™ framework as a foundation to help people experience less anxiety, a smoother transition, and higher productivity.
The Path for Positivity™
“Thank you Tina for your presentation! It became very evident that you had carefully listened during our pre-conference discussions about the challenges and concerns we face as an organization working through a reorganization process. Survey results from attendees rated you exceptionally positive. Educators can be a challenging group to teach and engage, but you effectively reached the large group and successfully tied many of the concepts of the program into your final presentation”
Southwest Regional Director – UW-Extension