Natalie Parks, Ph.D., BCBA-D, CPBC

Natalie Parks, Ph.D., BCBA-D, CPBC

Organizational success depends on leadership!

Imagine waking up every day excited to go to work with your team who is inspired to meet deadlines, identify mistakes, and communicate openly with you. Dr. Natalie Parks shows you how to have this with her step-by-step Dynamic Leadership Formula!

Fee Range: Open
Travels from St. Louis, MO (US)

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Natalie Parks, Ph.D., BCBA-D, CPBC
Natalie Parks - Motivational Speaker

Organizational success depends on leadership!

Imagine waking up every day excited to go to work with your team who is inspired to meet deadlines, identify mistakes, and communicate openly with you. Dr. Natalie Parks shows you how to have this with her step-by-step Dynamic Leadership Formula!

Fee Range: Open
Travels from St. Louis, MO

Natalie Parks, Ph.D., BCBA-D, CPBC - Motivational Speaker

Natalie Parks, Ph.D., BCBA-D, CPBC

Organizational success depends on leadership!

Imagine waking up every day excited to go to work with your team who is inspired to meet deadlines, identify mistakes, and communicate openly with you. Dr. Natalie Parks shows you how to have this with her step-by-step Dynamic Leadership Formula!

Fee Range: Open
Travels from: St. Louis, MO

For more information about booking Natalie Parks, Ph.D., BCBA-D, CPBC,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/DrNatalieParks/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Why Playing Candy Crush at Work is Actually a Good Thing
Blog Post

Have you ever walked by your colleague's desk to find them playing solitaire, candy crush, mine sweeper, or some other time-wasting game? Ever wonder how that person was able to do that and still get his/her work done? It turns out that procrastination is actually a good thing.....as long as it is done in moderation. Don't worry leaders, I am not telling your staff to go out and play games all day and not get any work done. However, I am telling you that sometimes getting to work on a project immediately after you are told to do so can stifle your creativity and work output. Taking a bit of time to focus on other things (yes, mindless things) can actually give you time to think about it and come up with creative ideas. The key is to find the sweet spot for procrastination because if you put the task off too long and are then rushed just to get the product finished, you also stifle your output and creativity. The goal is to take a bit of time before you begin working and then aim to complete the project with a few days/hours/weeks (depending on time frames) to spare. This gives you ample time to think about the project, come up with new innovative ideas, and create the best work you can! So take a deep breath and play Candy Crush for a few minutes before you get back to work. It just might make your current task even better!

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Posted on March 01, 2017 by SpeakerMatch Speakers Bureau