Speaking For Business
There’s a Jerk In Every Workplace; Don’t Let It Be You
The number one reason people quit their job isn’t because of the job. It’s because one person makes them sick, sometimes literally. How can managers create a positive culture? What can managers and teammates do to neutralize a negative culture? Dr. Beth will offer strategies for meeting this challenge, empowerment to dilute toxic work cultures, and tactics for dealing with these energy vampires.
Putting the Science of Positive Psychology To Work For You
This speech stands at the intersection of science and faith. With positive thinking just a synonym for faith, what is the science behind the power of positive thinking? Empirical evidence finds a clear neurophysiologic connection between thought and individuals’ health, wealth, and happiness. Dr. Beth will help you free yourself from negative thinking, recognize your inborn positive traits, and energize them.
Minimize Negative Thoughts, Maximize Your Success
You thoughts are the steering wheel of your life. They take you where you will go, whether you consciously intend to go there of not. Dr. Beth will discuss how belief ignites enthusiasm, releases creative potential, and boosts self-confidence and productivity. It’s not what you have, but how you think about what you have that counts.
The Emotionally Intelligent Manager
Just as parents set the tone and take the lead in families, so it is with managers in the workplace. Those with lower Emotional Quotients (E.Q.) tend to place artificial ceilings on employees’ performance, stifle the creativity of those with higher E.Q.s, and frustrate themselves. Dr. Beth will describe the skills and attitudes of an emotionally intelligent manager, share strategies for increasing the E.Q. of those in charge, and discuss how to boost supervisees’ productivity.
Emotional Intelligence and the Bottom Line
More than anything, human factors impact the bottom line. Businesses with a positive culture outperform those with negative cultures every time, with negativity costing American corporations $300 billion a year. Dr. Beth will define emotional intelligence, discuss how it trumps I.Q. every time, and share strategies for increasing employees’ E.Q. while boosting their self-confidence and productivity.
Dr. Erickson is happy to develop other topics that fall within her area of expertise for meeting planners.
To book Dr. Beth Erickson:
Write to: Dr. Beth Erickson, 5200 Willson Road Suite 150 Edina, MN 55424