Keynotes that engage, inform and inspire audiences are crucial to making any event a success. For your next conference, retreat, or All Hands meeting, consider adding a Pure Symmetry keynote to bring an unique perspective to the concept of resilience and high performance in the workplace and in life.
I have taught the skill of resilience to thousands in over 20 countries around the world, catering to diverse audiences of all sizes, both corporate and consumer, on topics such as mindfulness and performance, communication to engage your workforce, micro-aggressions and what to do about them, and dealing with stress in the workplace.
Two of my most popular keynotes explore resilience both from the perspective of the individual, and that of the organization:
Taming the Saber-tooth: Building Resilience in a Stressful World
Stress and anxiety are increasingly becoming issues in the workplace. Increased competition, longer working hours and higher performance expectations are all contributing to a stressful work environment.
And the news at home isn’t much better. Digitization and always-on technology have blurred the boundaries between work and personal life, removing the natural buffer between them and costing us our health.
We cannot necessarily change our environment but we have the power to shift our response to it by building resilience. By challenging our assumptions, choosing our responses, and nurturing recovery, we can increase performance, balance, and happiness at work and at home.
When Failure is Not an Option: How to Build a Culture of Resilience at Work
Peak performance is the mission of every organization today, Yet in a world where many teams find themselves trying to maximize productivity with declining resources, the pursuit of continual improvement often takes a back seat to pure survival, leading to fear-based work environments.
The world is complicated, distracting, and evolving at a pace we're not used to. And we ask our employees to do more with less every day, often forgetting that they are people with real challenges, emotions and issues. People do not need to be driven to deliver results - leaders can shape a workplace where people are more likely to show strong optimism and motivation in response to consistency in communications, greater self-awareness, and leaders who prove they put people first. Building resilience in the organizational context is becoming increasingly critical for success.
Contact us to learn more. Content and timing of each keynote is customized to fit event and audience needs.
WHAT AUDIENCES ARE SAYING
"Your talk was easily the best one that I
attended and entirely worthwhile. I’ve been
with Microsoft for almost 12 years in the field,
at Corp and in many different teams. Your
session really resonated with me. I am taking
some of the points that you shared today
back to my team off-site that I’m having this
Friday. Thanks so much for sharing your
- AR, Business Ops Mgr, Microsoft
"I loved how you took us through the different
phases of building resilience – challenging
assumptions, choosing attitudes, controlling
distractions and committing to the journey,
making progress over time!"
- SS, Market Research Manager, Microsoft
"Terrific discussion related to micro-
- Ragan Communications Conference attendee
"Outstanding stuff, would like to hear more
- When Fear is Not an Option attendee
"Tracey is a fantastic storyteller and presenter
and I appreciated her interaction with the
audience, it was very engaging."
- Taming the Saber-tooth attendee
"Tracey should teach as a course
for executives. Good stuff."
- Microsoft Women's Conference attendee
"Quick note of gratitude for your session on
Building Resilience at the Women’s
Conference. Your presentation style, content,
and methods for driving home messages (like
the multi-tasker 15 vs. 45 seconds exercise)
are amazing! I am so grateful you made the
time to present!"
- KD, Principal Security Manager, Microsoft
"The information she was sharing wasn't new,
but how she presented it was excellent and
made me realize a few areas where we'd
missed the boat, or missed an opportunity to
do something differently. I think it was the
strength of her examples, and how she laid
these out. Well done!"
- Microsoft Women's Conference attendee
"She really worked with the audience."
- International Coach Federation attendee