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Change Management and Stress Programs

 

Riding the Waves Without Getting Wet: How to Manage Change in Today’s Workplace

Bad economy. Poor morale. Sweeping changes. How can you keep your head above water while the stormy seas of absurdity churn around you? This program shares strategies for managing change in organizations swirling in the turbulent waters of change. One thing is certain, people are looking to their leaders for direction and leaders are trying to find it before it changes again. Mike Hourigan, the workplace commentator, will show you what to do about change management and how to do it. Whether you are at the crest or in the trough, he will show you how to become change resilient and stay dry. This lively program makes leading change almost as fun as a day at the beach. You will learn how to avoid going under the waves of change and spend more time riding the productive and even fun waves. When you leave the program, you will be able to recognize, predict, and plan for change. You will also be able to teach your mangers how to motivate through change rather than dread it.

Please click to view the outline for:  Change Management Programs

Audience versions: leadership, management, HR, sales management, sales, general audience
Format: keynote, breakout, full day

 

How to Say “No!” to Stress and Avoid Burnout

“I don’t get stress I give it!” “I can’t find the app for it on my cell.” “I’m too busy for stress.” We all laugh about it, but we all have it. If you don’t do something about stress, it leads to burnout. This fast-paced program gives you a real and amusing look at what stress is and what it does to you: from memory loss to loss of confidence, as well as losing the ability to perform. All of these can be symptoms of burn out. Let Mike Hourigan, author of the “A Tip A Day On Change and Stress Management” audio program, show you what to do and how to do it. The program is loaded with tons of stress busters and practical solutions. You will leave with a plan to dilute your stress and not burden your loved ones. You will learn the three reasons people are burning out and how ineffective worry is.

Here are some of the things you will take away from this stress management program:

  • Spotting the warning signs of stress overload.
  • Finding your optimal stress level.
  • How stressed are you? (a quick quiz)
  • The three levels of stress intervention.
  • How to become stress resistant.
Please click to view outline for: Stress Management Training Program

Audience versions: leadership, management, HR, sales management, sales, general audience
Format: keynote, breakout, full day

 

Change Management Speaker Mike Hourigan