Challenge, uncertainty and adversity are a normal part of everyday life nowadays, especially on the work front. With continual technological advancements and the constant quest for cut-backs, nothing ever seems to stay the same.
For most professionals, this creates feelings of stress, discomfort and worry.
Not surprisingly, because most of us are unprepared for what really happens in the workplace. Nobody teaches you how to handle this type of pressure.
Allow Zaheen to introduce you to her roadmap for creating a resilient mindset, also known as PROOF™!
If the employees at your place of work are being forced to undergo changes they're not really prepared for, you're going to notice signs of conflict, fear and anxiety. It's not good for employee morale, and it's certainly not good for productivity.
Zaheen's presentation is the answer.
Her content-rich and interactive session is an exciting experience for a workforce that is constantly feeling overwhelmed and overworked. Audiences, such as teachers, lawyers, HR management and public service employees, have walked away with simple tools that they can start implementing right away.
What you will learn:
The 5 paths (PROOF™) that are required in creating a resilient mindset (download document for more detail).
The critical questions for each path so you can always make resilience your first reflex in challenging times.
The one key trait for a positive attitude - Embracing Change.
Zaheen was very easy to work with from gathering information to the end result of her engagement. She is very clear on her expectations and is quick to confirm your expectations are included as well. With an ease in her character, Zaheen makes you feel confident in hiring her right from the start. Zaheen is well spoken and engaged our audience the entire time with her wit and humor as well as her compelling stories and advice on how to move forth through adversity.
~Donna Morrris, Stettler Regional Board of Trade
I had the pleasure of hearing Zaheen deliver a keynote address to a group of government lawyers. Her tips to build resilience were easy to understand and inspiring. Very relevant tools to learn during times of change.
~Maura Sutherland, Program Director of the Organizational Learning Office