Life IQ - Neil Ihde

Life IQ - Neil Ihde

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Life IQ, LLC - Live Intelligently!

Nationally recognized speaker delivering dynamic content to help groups and individuals work, play, relate and live intelligently. Ive worked with over 20 Fortune 500 Companies

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Travels from Milwaukee, WI (US)

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Life IQ - Neil Ihde
Neil Ihde - Motivational Speaker

Life IQ

Life IQ, LLC - Live Intelligently!

Nationally recognized speaker delivering dynamic content to help groups and individuals work, play, relate and live intelligently. I've worked with over 20 Fortune 500 Companies

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Milwaukee, WI

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
Life IQ - Neil Ihde - Motivational Speaker

Life IQ - Neil Ihde

Life IQ

Life IQ, LLC - Live Intelligently!

Nationally recognized speaker delivering dynamic content to help groups and individuals work, play, relate and live intelligently. I've worked with over 20 Fortune 500 Companies

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from: Milwaukee, WI

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association

For more information about booking Life IQ - Neil Ihde,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/lifeiq/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

“It’s my privilege...”
Stories and lessons from Social Services settings

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Ever have one of those days? Ever have one of those clients/families? Undoubtedly. We all have. But if you string enough of those experiences together, you are in danger of losing that bright-eyed optimism that brought you into this helping profession. Having spent over half my career in various Social Services settings, I have learned some valuable lessons in keeping the burnout and cynicism that plagues some Social Service cultures at bay. One of the best lessons I learned was adopting an attitude of privilege. Whenever there was a challenging family, patient, or situation, I adopted (and at times, forced myself…) to consider the circumstance a privilege and to feel honored to serve in a helping role in that moment. We all know attitude can make all the difference in the world, and there is power in the phrase, “It’s my privilege...”