Special COVID-19 Update
I hope all of you are safe and healthy during this crazy, scary time. If I can be of service in any way, please let me know. With all this social distancing – I have time!
Please know that I’ll work with everyone on rescheduling a live event if that’s what you decide to do. I believe people will want to come together more than ever after this is over!
If you already have a virtual platform, I am more than willing to work with you to create a high-energy, engaging program for your audience.
If you don’t, I’m using Zoom to deliver webinars and other virtual programming.
And I’m glad to work with you to help figure out what works best for your organization!
For right now:
How to Stay Motivated During a Pandemic
Join us for a pandemic pep-rally to help you cope and keep you going. In this fast-paced, tip packed, 60-minute session, you’ll get ideas that will help you keep your spirits up and your head in the game.
Some of the things we’ll cover:
- the emotions you might be feeling and how to deal with them
- for those of you who might have an inner control freak – you’ll get tips for calming her down in this uncontrollable time
- 8 tips for not letting other people upset you
- ideas for making quarantine just a bit more bearable
- tips for those of you worried about finances
You’ll get to connect with others via chat to exchange ideas during and after the session. You are not alone in this!
For when this is over:
When you do have your next event, everyone is going to want to talk about this crisis. We can’t just pretend it’s business as usual.
COVID-19 – What Did We Learn and Where Do We Go from Here?
If we had to go through a global pandemic, we might as well learn from it! This session will pull together the lessons from our experience so we can use it to make us better, faster and stronger. We’ll discuss not only what was learned about work, but also what was learned about life. We’ll also talk about the impact on those participants serve (members, customers, co-workers) and ideas for helping them move forward.
A little pandemic pep for you: