The most requested presentations:

  • Customer Service –This new training focuses on helping your team discover the bridge of hope they can be to each other, their clients, and everyone else in between -by implementing a simple and personal assessment and building resilience after challenges, loss, change, and adversity.
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  • Yikes! When Grief Happens at Work – This popular training focuses on the types of grief happening in worksites across the country and how to deal with it well when it occurs at your desk and within your company culture.
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  • Handling the Holiday Blues- This training is the most requested during November and December and is exclusively a home run with groups of all ages, cultures, and make ups. In this training, you’ll learn how to comfort others instead of driving a deeper wedge of pain grievers are already experiencing during this time of the year.
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  • Conquering Conflicts- This popular training discusses several different conflict styles and helps leaders use collaboration skills to reconcile conflicts.
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  • Be a Gift to The World: Advocacy – Being a team player is vital to the business world- everyone knows that. But have you considered that the world needs your gifts or services? Looking past your own nose- now that’s advocacy.
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  • Exits – learning the art of corporate goodbyes is just as important as the first impressions during initial interviews and first days on the job. Strategizing a good transition can be an open door for your preferred destiny in your career, friendships, etc. or it can prevent you from crossing over future bridges of opportunities.
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  • Bereavement 101 – Everything you need to know about the Tragedy of Loss – This popular keynote or training shares the scope of grief in our life. Physical, emotional, cognitive, social, and spiritual aspects of mourning are discussed with ways to spot danger zones and offer suggestions for quality self-care
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  • How Do I Stay Faithful to My Spirituality without Getting Fired – Believe it or not; companies want you to be involved with outside activities, including your faith. But there are ways to sabotage your work environment and create havoc if you overstep your boundaries at work. Faith can be a vital part of your life- even in the workplace.
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  • Compassion Management (It’s not just being warm and fuzzy) – This top level executives and managers training focuses on how compassion can literally shape your organization for future crisis points and adversity. You will learn how to be a “head condoler” with your team, understand timing and presence, and what to say (and what not to say).
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  • Non-fatal Loss – The scales of emotions tilt when life transitions occur. In this training the top 5 non-life threatening (but just as devastating) blows in the workplace are examined and how to keep your team from falling over during the ride.
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  • Can We Talk… Honest Principles of Handling Potentially Threatening Situations –There is an art to giving and receiving criticism in the workplace. This training shares a strategy for being an open-hearted individual and making room for true-faced interpersonal relationships not just constructive critique.
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    Training formats that are available to you:

  • Keynote presentations
  • Workshops and seminars (Breakouts)
  • In-house trainings, in-service educational presentations
  • Group Facilitating
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    What to expect when Steve comes to your event:

  • A telephone conference call & planning with your committee prior to the event
  • Leading edge content to target your mission
  • Progressive handouts that enhance teaching points
  • A relevant presentation that is inspiring, relational, and encouraging
  • A short evaluation for planning committee and attendees to complete
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    Steve’s approach offers more than content… he brings a message of hope with a heart for people and inner-change.

     

    More often than not, presenters share key insights and experience without offering any kind of “heart connection” or real life practical skills that effect change. Steve’s personable practice of crisis and grief training allows for people to come up close, ask questions, and have interaction, even after the event. You won’t be disappointed when Steve comes to your event. Your members won’t either.

     

    “Steve has great energy and is very engaging. He is genuine and his personal stories are heart felt. I enjoyed and benefitted from his presentation”. – Joan B., MS, BS, Chair Gateway Alliance for Compassionate Care at End-of-Life

     

    “Steven, thank you so much for being a part of our 2016 Breaking Barriers and Changing Lives conference. The workshops you presented to the attendees were informative, knowledgeable and right on target. Your closing plenary was great and left us all uplifted and motivated!! Organizations and groups looking for a down to earth, professional, encouraging, positive and motivational speaker need to look no further. Looking forward to future opportunities to work with you again. Thank you.” Michelle McAfee – ReCess Reentry

     

    “Steve is a very gifted and passionate presenter. He is a man of integrity who has a passion for seeing people realize there full potential”. Mary McDonald – Associate Director, Customer and Pricing Operations at Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica

     

    “I have been acquainted with Steve for a few years now and can highly recommend Steve as a special event speaker or anytime you need a dependable, honest, humorous or just someone with an all-around great personality ask Steve to be involved”. Jeff Penland – Director of Cloud Services at St. Joseph News-Press