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Your Partner In Success Welcomes David Lee

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David Lee is the founder of HumanNature@Work. He has worked with organizations and presented at conferences both domestically and abroad. He is the author of over 60 articles and book chapters on maximizing employee performance that have been published in North America, Europe, India, China, and Australia.

He has held positions as a clinician and trainer in the healthcare field and as a supervisor and trainer in the corporate world. He has worked in the stress management and resilience field for over 25 years. His program “Becoming Resilient” has been aired on public radio several times.

David Lee’s work draws from a broad range of disciplines, including neuroscience, stress research, accelerated learning, organizational development, psychology, anthropology, and peak performance technologies. Much of his work involves synthesizing scientific research on human nature and then translating these principles into practical strategies for optimizing individual and organizational performance.

Our topic today will be, "Whatever Life Brings: How to Face Change, Challenge, and Uncertainty With Courage, Confidence, and Optimism.

Today’s world of unrelenting change and uncertainty requires that we possess a level of resilience far greater than ever before. Traditional stress management techniques aren’t enough to develop the adaptability, vitality, and serenity needed to face the demands of the world we live in.

Drawing from both leading edge research and time-tested wisdom traditions, David Lee’s approach to resilience will provide you with provocative perspectives and practical strategies for increasing your capacity to live in the midst of change, challenge, and uncertainty with serenity, optimism, and vitality. This program is especially useful for people going through major life changes, such as health challenge, career transition, job loss, or the ending of a relationship.