About the Event
Due to an abundance of caution for the safety and health of our customers, staff and partners, we have made the decision to move our in-person seminars to an online format until further notice. Details to join the online seminar will be available by email once sign-up is completed. Must have email address to register.
When hard times hit, how good are you at dealing with them? A death in the family, a divorce, a job loss, a traumatic event… many of these challenging events happen to all of us at some point in our lives. It’s inevitable. The question is, how prepared are you to heal from these events?
‘Resilience’ is a word that represents our ability to heal and grow through adversity and difficult times. Resilience is also a set of skills that you can develop and strengthen so that when hard times hit, you are able to recover effectively and come back better than ever.
In this workshop presentation, you’ll learn some of the secrets to strengthening your resilience and developing the skills to heal and grow through the inevitable hard times in your life. Join us and grow your most essential skill in an ever-changing world – Resilience!
About the Presenter:
Trent Janisch works as a Personal Development Coach, Corporate Trainer, and is the author of a Canadian Amazon #1 Bestseller, 3 Steps to Better Relationships.
In his coaching practice, Trent guides his clients to “rewire” themselves using science-based techniques so they can move from being stuck and frustrated at one level of being to living life at a whole new level of personal health and happiness – in harmony with their personal values and goals. In his work with corporations, Trent helps leaders and teams to boost productivity and engagement much more by teaching a culture-enhancing process that helps reduce stress while increasing employee engagement, productivity, and job satisfaction. As a life-long learner, Trent is forever a student of his craft and continues to improve his own skills and understanding of how we can more effectively heal and grow through the events of our lives.