Your attitude determines your thoughts, your actions, and ultimately the direction, success, and growth of your organization. In the current economic environment, your attitude (and the attitude of those around you) NEEDS to be positive as often as possible – but sometimes it’s not that easy.
This upbeat and timely session will help you recognize the importance of a positive attitude and provide proven strategies to help improve the attitude within your organization.
You’ll learn and take-home tools for:
• Negativity – Navigating the Negativity
• Energy – Energy Management
Through this program you’ll learn how making a conscious effort to be as positive as possible – regardless of the circumstances – will help you and your organization be more successful at what you do. You’ll leave this program with practical take-a-ways and the motivation to implement them.
About our speaker:
Matt’s humor, quick wit, and ability to connect with people creates meaningful attitude changes. Matt has enjoyed getting to share his message throughout the United States and with international audiences around the world.
Matt grew up on a farm in Southwest Wisconsin in the heartland of America. He lives in Dubuque, Iowa on the banks of a small creek that feeds into the mighty Mississippi with his lovely wife Joie and their sons Carter and Graham. Matt enjoys hiking with his family, fishing with his boys and taking his wife out for dinner.
Matt received his undergrad at University of Wisconsin and then graduated with his Master’s Degree in Communication from University of Dubuque. Most recently Matt was awarded the highly esteemed CSP, Certified Speaking Professional. The CSP designation is conferred by the National Speakers Association (NSA) only on those speakers who have earned it by meeting strict qualifying criteria. The letters CSP following a speaker’s name identify that speaker as a speaking professional with a proven track record for understanding and delivering value from the platform.
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