Adversity is a part of corporate life, just as in life. Growing pains are a part of the corporate experience. It doesn’t have to be painful though. There are tools and methods to help your workforce move beyond the pain. This program has broad application to many different corporate issues. My Adversity Management Program is ideal to strengthen corporate culture when diversity is not being accepted and incorporated to the degree desired or when the sales teams need a boost in drive and creativity. Participants learn and apply the THINK Model while having fun and laughing.
Let’s be honest, everybody’s life has its own ration of adversity. None of us escapes the human experience without our share of challenges to overcome. It’s not the adversity that’s important. It’s our approach to managing adversity that determines the life we ultimately have. Jessica teaches how to develop innovation, creativity, and determination to fearlessly address our challenges. The challenge of getting shoes tied and on her feet led to her outside the box thinking.
There are three values at the core of every successful company. Leadership, collaboration, and communication significantly contribute to bottom line results. They also require conscious effort and daily choice by every member of the workforce. The best leadership empowers engagement which moves the team in flowing unison. True collaboration amplifies the value of each person’s contributions. The better the organization moves the needle on excellent communication, the more intensely momentum focuses on corporate goals.
We all have hidden assets of Determination, Courage, and Willpower. They are there under the surface all along. To achieve the impossible, we need to uncover those assets and apply them to our impossible goals. Determination is an unshakeable persistence that doesn’t give up ever for any reason—far beyond the expectations of others. Courage is the ability to rise above fears to snatch the impossible into possibility. Willpower is an unwavering yet flexible application of our own will to a problem. It’s flexibility that adds steel to the will.