Virtual Keynote Speaker Helps Employees Lower Stress and Build Resilienceby DAVIS BROWN PRC Agency
Are you a business leader or manager? Do you want to help your team build their resilience? Are you dealing with change and feeling stressed and overwhelmed? If you have answered 'yes', this is the expert talk you have been waiting for!
A leading virtual keynote speaker, mindfulness expert and workplace coach, Pandit Dasa, has launched a new keynote address aimed at business leaders such as yourself. It is designed to help you and your team build and develop resilience during change and challenging times.
You can find out more at https://www.panditdasa.com/resilience
The newly launched virtual keynote is ideal for you and business leaders, managers, and the workforce in general. It will help you inspire your team and will teach you that while change is a natural part of life, it can be stressful. Particularly if it is unexpected or feels out of your control.
As you may be aware, change breaks you out of your comfort zones and disrupts your typical daily routine, which can make you feel uncomfortable, and sometimes stressed. For your information, many people forget that change is the biggest constant in our lives.
Many changes that are external to our lives are unavoidable and can test our resilience. Virtual keynote speaker, Pandit Dasa helps you build your resilience reserves so you can face challenges with a healthy, determined, and strong mindset.
Recognizing that change is a powerful tool is an empowering process and can help you to grow, mature, and become stronger. The challenges you face during your life can be personal or professional - sometimes both at the same time.
This virtual keynote will provide you with practical insights and actionable tips to help you change your mindset. Once you view change as a positive and not a negative, you can begin to accept it as an inevitable process that should be embraced.
A recent attendee said: "I wanted to help my team overcome the recent challenges they have been dealing with. I am aware it has been a tough time for many people, but I felt my team needed extra support. The talk was useful as it helped us to develop techniques to build resilience and other healthy coping mechanism. I highly recommend it!"
You can find out more via the link!
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