September ATD Fort Worth / Mid-Cities
Chapter Meeting and Presentation
Thursday, September 5th, 2019
5:30 - 7:30 pm
Catalyzing Stress for Growth & High Performance
Stress is costing the US industry more than $300 billion each year. Turnover, accidents, absenteeism, medical, legal, insurance costs, workers’ compensation awards, and other expenses can be limited, managed, and controlled.
This program brings the methods and tools to a comprehensive innovative approach to identifying, acknowledging, embracing, and harnessing stress as a bona-fide means to enable employees to become more performance outcome oriented.
Studies have shown that a focus on trying to reduce and/or relieve stress is highly ineffective over the long term. We will explain why these coping strategies are inadequate in terms of impacting the health of the workplace. We will share effective solutions and how they can be implemented.
All measurements, data and conclusions disclosed (shared) in the presentation material is 100% empirically based evidence and supported by academic research from higher education institutions such as Yale University and Stanford University. Research results and published studies are free of charge available online.
- Understanding stress and how it works – why do we experience stress and what real, tangible impact does it have on individual productivity and motivation, and on organizational performance and productivity?
- How does stress coupled with the right proactive techniques to harness it affect the workplace and a company’s overall health?
- How dramatically modifying and changing your approach to stress influence productivity, focus and motivation?
- What techniques, methods, and tools can be used to impact teams and employee engagement?
Our Speaker: Sophie Clement
After spending most of her professional career in mid-level management, Sophie found her joy and fulfillment in organizational and enterprise coaching. By focusing on employee engagement, she implemented her services through workshops focused on stress management and resilience training. Sophie has personally experienced and struggled with stress her entire life. In many ways, her internal experience has yielded the methods and tools she has developed. A few years ago, after Sophie was diagnosed with Asperger, she began to make research her emphasis until she discovered a new and emerging science relative to stress, its impact, and how to make it both instructive and a benefactor to promoting positive results from those who see its value proposition and impact on their performance in life.
Sophie Clement, CPC, ELI-MPWorkplace Stress & Behavior Coach and Strategist
CLEMENT STRESS ALTERNATIVE
Registration opens at 5:30 pm
6:00 pm - 6:15 pm - Chapter announcements
6:15 pm - 7:15 pm - Program (1 hour)
7:15 pm - 7:30 pm - Q&A and prizes, Meeting Concludes
Entrée: Raspberry Chipotle Salmon
Sides: Wild Rice and Sauteed Spinach
Dessert: Chocolate Mousse
Vegan option available (Chef's Choice)
All online reservations are due the Monday before the meeting by 5pm. ANY Attendees (member or non-member) not registered online will be considered Walk-In registrations and will be charged the Guest rate of $35.00.