Employees collectively create a workplace culture. Individuals influence the overall atmosphere of an organization and their health is tantamount to the organization’s health. Today’s current evolving work environment is leading employees to seek strategies to help manage feelings of worry, stress and the resulting anxiety.
Join this session to understand how to create a feeling of wellness and purpose in your job in order to help manage the current demands of your role.
Our presenter, Cynthia Kyriazis, author, trainer, and productivity specialist, will share how you can promote a more positive work culture and manage your workplace stress. Participants in this session will learn:
- There is such a thing as ‘healthy’ anxiety.
- What to do when anxiety is not 'healthy'
- Identifying levels of anxiety
- 5 tips for managing your anxiety
(KEE-REE-AAH-ZIS) is a trainer, speaker, executive coach, author and President of Productivity Partners, Inc. Her goal is to help employees navigate the 24/7 demands on their time in order to improve results without all the stress. More than anything she likes to see individuals get the ‘ah-ha’ light and then practice, practice, practice!
- Past-President of the KC chapter of the International Society for Performance Improvement (KC-ISPI)
- Past-Secretary to the Board of Directors for the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO)
- Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst (CPBA)
- Certified Professional Values Analyst (CPVA)
- Consultant to the American Coaching Association
- Interviews with Forbes, WSJ.com, Kansas City Star, Philadelphia Inquirer and Legal Intelligencer
- Named 'one of the 28 best time & productivity experts online'
- Author of the Amazon best-selling book “Get Organized. Get Focused. Get Moving.”
So that we can serve you better, we want to understand who is in the room. You will be asked two demographics questions as you register for this event. We will never share your individual information, and we will only report on demographics in aggregate. Any questions or comments? Contact us at email@example.com.