Michelle spent a lot of time preparing with our senior leaders to ensure the session would be inspiring and the turning point we desperately needed. – Irene Street, Interim Director of Care, Resthaven Lodge
Ditch the Dysfunction and Engage Your Workplace
The existence of people challenges has consequences for your bottom line. Many
individuals are working longer hours, spending more time with managers, co-workers, and computers than their own families. Stress levels have accelerated as organizations of every description feel the pressure of delivering results for their clients and shareholders in less time, with fewer resources. Teams are expected to be efficient, engaged and happy.
The demands of today’s workplace often take a toll on the most important resource of all…your people. Under these conditions, it is not uncommon for drama and chaos to reign.
Is your business equipped to deal with personality clashes, emotional explosions, “my way or the highway” mindsets, and other theatrics that undermine productivity and success? Are you ready to manage the high cost of low morale?
Delivered with humor and insight, this exciting keynote offers practical solutions to the most common workplace problems…helping your audience to put a stop to the drama…once and for all.
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“You were able to deliver the message I really wanted, and in the spirit that I really wanted, as a way to close the conference. It is always my goal to end with a bang and have people leaving happy and inspired – and you did both, with a flourish and great skill.”
Corinne Eisenbraun, MA, RD, FDC Director, Education Policy and Programs Dietitians of Canada
“Michelle was awesome! Her presentation was great and she is wonderful in front of a group – very engaging. Her message was simple and powerful. Definitely 5 stars. People loved her breakout session too. Moreover, she was a great sport – mingled at dinner and even hit the dance floor – people loved that.”