Program Topic/s: Change

Suggested Title/s: Only Wet Babies Like Change

Program Description:

"Change is inevitable... growth is optional." When there is change, when new information comes along and circumstances transform, it is no longer possible to apply yesterday's solutions to today's problems. It is critical to find new answers, solutions, and ideas. The new century is one of rapid shifts and transitions, and those who will thrive - not just survive - are those who are fully equipped to manage these changes.

This program is not designed to analyze where the sophisticated technology of the future will take us, nor how we are governed, nor what is happening globally, nor the changes that are taking place in the American social structure. It is designed to study the dynamics of how we adapt to change and how we can leverage the challenges, means, and methods to better our lives.

Program Benefits:

Mikki Williams, CSP, has dealt with major changes in her personal and professional life. She "charted her course" when circumstances beyond her control left her in a situation where she was faced with great challenges. Many successful, diverse careers evolved as a result of her ability to deal with these change factors.

Participants will learn how to deal effectively with change in both areas of their lives in an educational, inspirational format by exploring the strategy of success skills, the concepts of personal growth, and self-management tips formulated for life and creativity.

Learning Objectives:

Understand the dynamics of change

Specific techniques to deal effectively with change

Dispel the myths and fears accompanying change and become a risk-taker
Use change as a catalyst for life improvement
Make the challenge of change productive and less stressful

Program Length: 1 ½ hours (can be reduced or expanded based on client needs)

Presentation will be "customer-ized" to meet client goals and objectives.

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