Mindset Matters in Business.
Is Your Head in the Game?
Mindset. It's a popular word in business these days, but what does it mean and why do you need to know about it?
- Ever feel overwhelmed about everything you need to do...
- Are easily distracted or get upset during client or employee interactions...
- Are quick to give up when the going gets tough...
- Feel burnt out, drained, or uninspired...
Then, this facilitated discussion is for you.
You will walk away from this 2-hour session with insights and tactics to:
- Understand the impact of mindset on you, your employees, your customers, and your business
- Move through challenges with more ease and less stress
- Stay positive and productive during times of change or resistance
- Handle strong emotions that can derail you and your team (before strong emotions handle you!)
End 2018 on a high note and be mindset ready for 2019!
Join us Wednesday, October 17th from 8:30-10:30am. Registration is required.
About the Facilitator - Stacey Shipman
An astute observer who sees what others miss, Stacey Shipman brings out the best in people.
For more than twenty years, she has helped professionals clarify thoughts and ideas to express them in a natural, engaging way.
Through her business, Engage The Room, clients in health care, marketing, and banking rely on Stacey’s insights and strategies when they want to connect better with clients, work better in meetings and achieve business goals.
An avid writer and blogger, Stacey produces Communicate Naturally a twice-monthly email newsletter. She has been quoted in the Boston Globe, Toastmasters magazine, South Shore Living, Boston Magazine and other national and local media.
In addition, Stacey is a member of the South Shore, Plymouth and Boston Chambers of Commerce and Toastmasters International. She was named a “40 Under 40 Emerging Leader” by the South Shore Stars in 2011, and holds M.Ed. and B.A. degrees from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
An expressive person at heart, Stacey is currently living out her childhood dream to become a singer. She takes voice lessons at the South Shore Conservatory in Hingham, MA and recently sang solo in her second adult voice recital.