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CALM: How to Find Calm in This Pandemic (Webinar)
FridayMarch 2012:00PM - 1:00PM Free
We must each make changes to the way we live while we’re in the midst of this pandemic. Yet . . .
. . . CALM must prevail!
In this webinar you will learn:
- Learn how to implement the proven four-step CALM process into your life personally and professionally
- Learn how to put an end to what-if thinking
- Discover how to take action to control the things you can and let go of worrying about things over which you have no control
About the Presenter:
Denise Marek is internationally known as The Worry Management Expert. Denise is regularly called upon as the expert in her field by national and international magazines such as: Investment Executive, Chloe, Chatelaine, Canadian Family, Body + Soul, and Woman’s World Magazine.
Denise is the author of CALM: A Proven Four-Step Process Designed Specifically for Women Who Worry.
Through her proprietary CALM™ methodology, lectures, consulting, videos, articles, and books, Denise has helped individuals and corporations worldwide eliminate worry and systematically create positive and lasting changes in attitudes, actions, teamwork, communication, and relationships.
Denise’s client base is eclectic — anything from CEOs, senior management teams, and executives to First Nations, government agencies, school boards and more. Companies making use of Denise’s unique spin on positive change and stress management include: American Express, Toyota, CEO Global Network, RBC Royal Bank, Deloitte and Touche, Dundee, Manulife Financial, TD Canada Trust, Clarica, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, and AIG. Denise is hired to speak at corporate events and to provide on-site training and consulting. Denise’s clients credit her program for more effective and efficient work environments, less stress, and greater strategic planning success.