Ann Kerian: Consulting & Coaching, LLC
We all have things in our personal and/or professional lives that we “tolerate”, "put up with" that can really bring us down. It’s time to make decisions. Take those negative things off your frustration list. Learn how to take accountability for your choices and live a stress-free life.
Learn to love your job all over again! Do you have the tools to do your job? Are you surrounded by supportive people? Your job could be the happiest place on earth and you don't even know it. Find out what you need to succeed.
Whoever said sticks and stones can break my bones but words will never hurt me didn’t live in today’s business world. Research shows that an employee's supervisor has the biggest impact on the employees attitude toward their job and the company. Effective communication is key to developing and growing that relationship. Participants will walk away from this session knowing what to say and when to say it.
Don't see exactly what you're looking for here?? Don't worry. Ann can customized any workshop or keynote to fit your audience. There are simply too many titles to list. What do you want your participants to walk away with when they leave? We'll make it happen.
Do you have best friends – any friends – at work? Learn why it’s so important to cultivate those friendships and relationships to have a positive work environment.
Are you at a crossroads in your life - personally or professionally? Hiring a "life coach" is one of the best things you can do for yourself. Whether your worries are business related or personal, Ann will help you discover the answers that will get you on the right path toward living a better life. Her coaching clients range from hockey moms to CEOs. Anyone can benefit from a personal coaching relationship.
Learn how you can actually "buy" yourself more time in the day. Reinvest yourself by decreasing the drama in your life. Hear ways to slow down on the information highway and enjoy some more work/life balance!
For the first time - in a long time - we have four generations in the workplace. But these side-by-side age differences can lead to a lot of drama. Learn how to respect what everyone - no matter what age - brings to the table.