ATD Fort Worth Mid-Cities Chapter Meeting & Presentation
June 2, 2022 - 5:30 - 7:30
In-person Registration deadline: May 26th
Virtual Registrations: open through day of meeting
Presentation by: Diane Allen
Unlock Genius for Increased Engagement, Retention, & Recruitment
A Thought Leader in the Positive Psychology of Peak Performance, Violinist Diane Allen shares her three-step “Flow Strategy™ system” in a highly experiential presentation. You’ll learn three simple questions that unlock genius and how to utilize the these tools to improve employee engagement, retention, and recruitment.
Gain basic knowledge and neuroscience of the Positive Psychology of Peak Performance.
- Learn the 3 Questions That Unlock Genius.
- Tap into your highest levels of performance, on demand.
- Using the 3 Questions, coach employees to access their genius for greater productivity, personal fulfillment, and happiness.
- Include the 3 Questions during job interviews to improve the recruitment process increasing a candidate’s job satisfaction and longevity in the organization.
Check out this link for more about “How to Harness the Power of Your Flow State.”
About our Speaker
Violinist Diane Allen is an Award-Winning International Speaker and Thought Leader who speaks on increasing the meaning, joy, and fulfillment in one’s work and life by accessing the flow state.
Long before research verified the positive impact that the flow state has on achieving peak performance, Diane discovered the importance of flow in her own career. During concerts, Diane regularly slipped into flow and performed her best. However, it eluded her during auditions –preventing her from attaining the fulfilling work she was already qualified for. Diane had to figure out how to get into flow, on demand. While flow is known to be elusive, it was her unique approach to solving this problem that landed her a spot on the TEDx Naperville stage as well as features on TED,ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, Associated Press, Boston Herald, Authority Magazine, and Thrive Global.
LinkedIn profile: Diane Allen