Every organization is going through transformational changes. Motivational Keynote speaker, Karen McCullough opened the conference with this engaging, entertaining, and enlightening keynote on change. The riskiest thing any businesses or individual can do in the new world reality is to not change. In her program Change is Good, Karen McCullough empowers you with three critical steps that will help you make positive changes in your business and your life. She debunks age-old myths about change and gives you the three critical keys—relate, repeat, and reframe—to help you make important positive changes in your life. You will receive the framework to successfully change yourself, and your organization while integrating technology and adaptability across the generations to increase team potential. Her energetic presentation includes real-life examples along with practical solutions that leave you with the tools and a change mindset to elevate new hope, new skills, and a new way of thinking. It’s time to get excited about change and see the opportunities change presents!
Text of Change is Good - You Go First Keynote for Northwestern Mutual
Change is Good YOU Go First
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The Field Staff Super-Heros
What? I have to do it again?
Expectations are High
Success is aways a moving target. Anyone who thinks that they
have arrived is kidding themselves. In order to succeed today you
have to understand innovation, technology, the NEW customer, and be
open to CHANGE. When you accept that change is necessary for growth
you cant be stopped. The Profit, Marcus Lemonis
You might be feeling the odds are against you.
You are not going at this ALONE YOU have a TEAM
YOUR CUSTOMER IS CHANGING
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Change or Die
Bust some Myths Crisis Fear Facts Gradual Change Too Old to