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Managing Stress: Tips for Creating Happy Holidays with Wendy Woods

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The holidays can be busy and filled with expectations, pressure and stress.  Find out how you can celebrate and enjoy this year’s holidays while managing stress and taking care of yourself.  Spending a half hour with our stress management expert, Wendy Woods, will be the best gift you can give yourself this year.

Distinguished as a leader in maximizing workplace resilience and engagement, Wendy Woods is the Founder and Principal of her own  dynamic company empowering professional teams and leaders to increase productivity and innovation.

Wendy Woods brings over a decade’s worth of corporate training experience specializing in Emotional Intelligence, Productivity, Leadership and Stress Resilience. Wendy’s company provides engaging workshops, interactive webinars and one-on-one coaching throughout North America. Her dedication to Making the Workplace Flow and accompanying education have received international recognition from a wide range of clients including Ernst & Young, Johnson & Johnson, and TD Bank Financial Group.

Prior to running her own company, Wendy worked for leading Bay Street companies such as Dynamic Mutual Funds, Richardson Greenshields and RBC Dominion Securities. She earned her Honours B.A. in Psychology, an M.B.A., a Certificate in Adult Education, a Certificate in Applied Mindfulness Meditation (in progress), a license in Emotional Intelligence (MHS) and Emotional Power, and Synchronous Certificates in Design and Facilitation.

In addition to acting a consultant, trainer and coach, Wendy has been featured on popular media such as CTV News, CBC Radio, Breakfast Television, Rogers Daytime, Classical 96.3, Entertainment Tonight Canada, Canadian Business Online, USA Today and The Huffington Post.

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