Carole Stizza, SHRM-SCP, ACC

Carole Stizza, SHRM-SCP, ACC

Mrs. Carole Stizza - Motivational Speaker

SpeakerMatch

Identify, Articulate, and Leverage your Influence!

Using humor, time as a military spouse, a car crash dummy, and work in I-O Psyc & Human Resources, Carole speaks to actively influence work success, retention, and attitudes by engaging the audience in how science, new tools, and what you ask = ROI.

Fee Range: Open
Travels from Ashburn VA, Denver CO (US)

For more information about booking Carole Stizza, SHRM-SCP, ACC, visit
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Carole Stizza, SHRM-SCP, ACC
Mrs. Carole Stizza - Motivational Speaker

Relevant Insight LLC

Identify, Articulate, and Leverage your Influence!

Using humor, time as a military spouse, a car crash dummy, and work in I-O Psyc & Human Resources, Carole speaks to actively influence work success, retention, and attitudes by engaging the audience in how science, new tools, and what you ask = ROI.

Fee Range: Open
Travels from Ashburn VA, Denver CO

Carole Stizza, SHRM-SCP, ACC - Motivational Speaker

Carole Stizza, SHRM-SCP, ACC

Relevant Insight LLC

Identify, Articulate, and Leverage your Influence!

Using humor, time as a military spouse, a car crash dummy, and work in I-O Psyc & Human Resources, Carole speaks to actively influence work success, retention, and attitudes by engaging the audience in how science, new tools, and what you ask = ROI.

Fee Range: Open
Travels from: Ashburn VA, Denver CO

For more information about booking Carole Stizza, SHRM-SCP, ACC,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/carolestizza/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Is Spring Fever A Real Thing That a Manager Should Know About?

What is Spring Fever? Spring fever is defined in the dictionary as a feeling of restlessness and excitement felt at the beginning of spring. Scientific American offers that spring fever, though still a fuzzy term, is associated with: Listlessness, day dreaming, increased heart rate, increased serotonin, appetite loss, and the reduced need to produce melatonin […]...

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Spring Goals: What Do You Manage?

Spring may actually be here – FINALLY! There is snow still hitting the mountains, but it is starting to be slushy and sluggish. Spring weather is teasing us on a daily basis and gaining its own confidence. This is when the last of the first quarter goals, results, and resolutions start to feel like a […]...

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Screw Feedback: Manage Your Top Strengths

Marcus Buckingham is about to release a new book claiming that feedback isn’t what people want. The Washington Post hosted a Q-and-A session with Marcus, published on February 24, 2019. He argues that what people really want, and need to be good managers, are the reactions of others. The interplay between cause and effect, that […]...

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What Do You Ask Instead Of Why Questions?

Last week we talked about how counterproductive it is to ask ‘why’. It can put employees and clients on the defensive; trying to justify their actions instead of discussing how to change a situation. So What DO We Ask Instead? At work we are in the relationship business more than we want to admit. We […]...

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Hostage Negotiation at Work?

Have You Ever Wanted To Ask “Why?”  Perhaps: “Why does that matter?” “Why do you want to do that?” or, “Why should we be doing it this way?” Or, as a manager, you want to jump up and ask an employee, ‘Why did you do that?!’ ‘Why didn’t you do this instead?’ If you stopped […]...

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New Year; New Time?

As a manager, team lead, or friend of co-workers that depend upon others for positive results, it can sometimes be hard to help others manage their time. I’m not talking about the people who have time issues in general—you know, the ones who come screaming into every meeting with smoke trailing their shoes as they […]...

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Whose Strengths Will You Use on President’s Day?

President’s Day is always the third Monday of February and intended to celebrate our first President, George Washington, as his birthday was also in February.  It was first celebrated in 1880, made a federal holiday in 1885, and moved to officially be scheduled on the 3rd Monday of February in 1971. Abraham Lincoln also has […]...

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Find The Job You Love Or Love The Job You’ve Got?

For those on the job hunt, finding the job you love is THE top priority.  Sadly, when job prospects become slim, finding the job you love takes a backseat to simply finding a job – or reconsidering how to love the job you’ve got.  This is when career coaches and recruiters alike urge individuals who […]...

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New You = New Awareness!

We all love the feeling and the idea of New. New ideas, new energy, new results, new, new, new! Yeah! And then what? Uh Oh… Something You Didn’t Plan For Happened What happened to your awareness when you were embracing the ‘new’? Did it grow or did it take a break? Most of the time new awareness grows in a new environment, but when […]...

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New Information = New You!

Since this is the month of new beginnings, it seems fitting to get clear on what a new beginning might require. When we approach a new goal, we often do not understand how to gain new information that will help with making progress towards that goal. We seem to think we have all the information […]...

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