3 Secrets to Resiliency, Recovery and Stress Reduction for 2021
Consistent in today’s world is uncertainty, change and unprecedented circumstances. Change influences all of us differently, yet you can find effective ways to handle instability, be prepared to maximize potential reintegration and create calmness.
Join us to discover:
• Proven ways to ease unrest and improve mental health
• How to help colleagues deal with their anxiety
• Ways to achieve greater results as we return to the “new normal”
“Profound, engaging and fun” are words audiences often use to describe Chris Zervas’s presentations.
The author of the book, Bomb-Proof Constructive Feedback, his thoughts have also been featured in newspapers, websites, and periodicals such as Entrepreneur.com. `
Chris received his Master’s Degree in Communication from Wheaton College after graduating from the University of Oklahoma as a student/athlete.
He has served two college communication faculties, worked in fundraising for over 10 years and has been trained in conflict resolution by the Administrative office of the courts of the Supreme Court of Oklahoma.
From Army National Guard Bureau, US Bank, and ConocoPhillips to small family owned businesses, Chris helps to improve communication processes, leadership and employee engagement through keynote speaking, training and coaching. (More information can be found at ChrisZervas.com.)
Chris is a Cherokee Citizen and lives in Oklahoma with his wife and five children.
Brian Brandt is a communications and leadership expert that weekly provides training and strategic guidance for businesses, non-profits, municipalities, agencies and individuals. He has devoted his life to developing stronger leaders and organizations. Drawing from three decades of leadership experience, he provides tangible tips, practical principles and challenging activities that are immediately applicable for participants. Brian has led training programs that have prepared clients for the challenges they face. As well as leading training programs, he has delivered hundreds of keynotes around the country and regularly been interviewed by a myriad of local and national print, radio and television media.
His previous roles include C.E.O., public relations director, national sales director, executive pastor and college tennis coach. Brian holds a master’s degree in Global Leadership as well as a bachelor’s degree in Accounting. He lives in Tyler, TX with his wife and three children. Brian recently co-authored Blind Spots: What You Don’t Know CAN Hurt You, with HR professional Dr. Ashley Kutach.