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Obstacles don't scare Sarah Wells. As a 400m hurdler, this Olympian’s reputation was forged through overcoming challenges, redefining realistic and achieving the incredible. Take her debut at the London Olympics in 2012, which came despite an injury that had her sidelined for months just the year before. Leaning in to innovative training techniques and a modified training plan, Sarah fought to realize her dream. Evidently, someone who understands the importance of mindset and managing pressure, you'll want to listen up while Olympic semifinalist and Pan Am Games silver medallist, Sarah Wells takes the stage. Sarah offers a variety of programs including her keynote presentation and workshops, which can be run for students, corporate events, and everything in between. Sarah's signature Believe Initiative program for students starts with a half-day summit (keynote, workshops, and pep-rally), followed by a 10-lesson curriculum, and concludes with a celebration inspiration fair where stud...
Happiness creates a work environment with better results. More creativity, greater efficiency, better solutions - all proven results of greater happiness. Create greater happiness at work and at home with tools to use now and in the future. Learn gratitude practices. Bring your people back to center. Work together to get back to the basics with happiness and teamwork exercises. This workshop preferably takes place in a local natural setting (like a forest). The simple act of getting away from your office to a new location sparks creativity and allows people to THRIVE. Key Takeaways -Spark creativity -Gratitude (and in turn more productivity) -Happiness tools -Stress relief -Create space -Better teamwork -More cohesive groups -Tools to use as a team This workshop can be presented in different formats and lengths. While this is best presented outdoors, this team building presentation can also be presented effectively indoors.
Everyone has a different point at which they decide enough is enough. This personal breaking point exists for each situation that pushes us to our limits of physical, mental, spiritual and emotional tolerance. Our personal space is an area where we have boundaries. If someone gets too close to you and makes you feel uncomfortable, you must have a predetermined and established “line” that will force you to act if crossed. This can be a physical line such as when someone gets too close physically, or it can be an invisible mental or emotional “line in the sand.” The important thing for each one of us is to recognize what it is and when someone crosses it. If you have never defined this personal space, you will not know what to do or how to react. Anything that comes inside your predefined area may be perceived as a threat to your personal safety. From simply making you feel uncomfortable to physical assault, it is imperative to help you deal with others on both a personal a...
After a long day at work, do you REALLY feel like going to yet another event where you attempt to balance that little plate of food on your drink, shake hands at the same time and give the same 60-second elevator pitch over and over again? NO! Even the most naturally outgoing person can feel awkward and clam up, introverts may feel anxious and others may just feel trapped into going in the first place. As a writer, coach, speaker, and comedian, Jen Coken’s 30-year career success has depended upon the people she’s met networking and the partnerships she’s formed. Using her career and life experiences, coaching skills and comedic background, Jen will take you on an interactive journey leaving you chomping at the bit to go to your next event!
To succeed in your job search in our new economy requires creativity, a willingness to think outside the box and innovative approaches to effectively meet the challenges of finding employment. Things have changed. Times have changed. And times are tough. You need new tools and new tactics to this new job reality.