67% of employees say they are burned out at work.
71% of currently employed adults in the U.S. say they are searching for new jobs or watching for new job opportunities.
87% of employees aren’t engaged at work.
To an organization’s C-Suite, these may seem like dismal numbers.
Fortunately, there could be an easy answer. Research continually points to a direct correlation between investing in professional development and increased engagement, productivity, and a renewed sense of commitment from employees. This means thousands of hours of productivity and potentially millions of dollars saved from a simple investment in the development of your employees.
Forward-thinking executives at companies like HP and Unilever have invested in employee engagement by bringing me in as a motivational speaker and coach, inspiring and enabling their employees to be the best they can be. My methods for activating teams to their full potential are science-backed and data-supported, using psychology to break down the three main barriers that employees have to getting things done.
- The first barrier is resistance caused by being forced to do something. In my speeches, I share insights with employees about reframing their work, helping them see that they have the power to create their own destinies.
- The second is feeling like their work has no value, or doesn’t align with their own values. I share strategies to help others find more value to their work, encouraging an understanding of how their work fits within the larger context of their organization.
- Finally, employees often encounter barriers when feeling unequal or unable to reach their potential. To combat this mindset, I teach professionals to understand that effort creates excellence – and that when they put their mind to it, nothing is impossible.
If these sound like barriers your team is facing, it may be time to bring me in to help revitalize your organization.
A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions.Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.
It’s not only the data that demonstrates the benefits of motivational speaking. It’s also my personal experience and the personal experiences of many others. Think about it – have you ever been significantly impacted by something someone said? Maybe it was a friend, colleague, or family member when you weren’t feeling your best. There’s a good chance a simple phrase or quote ignited the fire inside of you that changed the trajectory of your life.
Now, amplify that moment to a curated experience among an entire team. Think about the power of an expert speaker, elevating your team into an unstoppable force using the power of words.
Contact my team today to allow me to uncover and activate your hidden potential.