Jen’s Upcoming Speaking Engagements
New Grads: Career and Life as an Athletic Therapist
This is an exciting and stressful time to be going into the workforce. Learning the signs of stress, what’s normal and what’s not is the first step in a positive foray into employment as an AT. Jen will discuss the toll a highly stressful career can have on ATs mentally and physically. Students will discuss and create action plans for learning how to set boundaries and limits, and listen when stress says stop!
Please contact Jen directly to speak to your school by calling (905) 220-0993
The Elusive Balance: Your Career and Life as an Athletic Therapist
As an AT, your career requires you to give, fix and help others. It is rewarding, challenging and exciting. It is also draining, physically and emotionally taxing, and can lead to burnout.
In this session, we will cover:
- 5 Signs that burnout is looming and what to do about them
- How being Everything to Everyone is jeopardizing your happiness
- Why “Pushing through” your exhaustion is addictive, and the most damaging mindset for an AT
- How getting clear about your Values frees you from obligation
You will leave with:
- Clarity about your work environment: is it helping or hindering your happiness
- An Action plan to recognize negative habits and create new ones that work to your advantage
For more information go to https://conference.athletictherapy.org/index/
Self-sabotage and Success June 21, 2018
Being on the treadmill of life creates habits we don’t recognize may be sabotaging our forward movement. This workshop shows attendees how to recognize their patterns and create new ones so they can stop sabotaging their own success.
Routines that Improve Productivity September 28, 2018
We are the result of our habits and routines. First, we must recognize what they are, understand what is working or not, and alter them to create opportunities to be more successful. Attendees will get clear on what key routines are missing, and how to create those that save time and increase productivity.
Getting Rid of Guilt November 28, 2018
I should be working late; I should be at my mom’s doctor’s appointment; I should be at home more…. Our thoughts about what we “should” be tend to sideline us and waste time, energy and fuel the fire of guilt. Attendees will become more aware of their thoughts, the impact that has on their motivation. They will leave with new ways to shift from self-blame, that slow us down, to owning our decisions and inciting activation energy, that propels us.
Choice and Change
Jen will be the keynote speaker at the Manulife MA Days Conference October 17 and 18, 2017
In today’s society, change is happening at a rate faster than anyone could have predicted. With the evolution of technology, the face of the global economy continues to morph into something even the most brilliant economists have a hard time pinning down.
The trickle down effect from this massive overhaul of societal change affects us all, from the type of car we drive, to where we live, to career and as we will discuss, every choice we make in our day to day lives.
It is understandable to feel powerless in the face of change. You don’t have to.
In this talk, Jen will talk about harnessing the inevitability of change, and turning it into opportunity by leveraging your choices.
Getting it Right —
The Truth About Balancing Work and Life
Some days when we look around, it can seem like we are in a never ending race to get things under control, and get ahead. At times it can feel like our to-do list and in-box runs our lives.
This workshop gives you the tools you need to begin to clarify, get real about your expectations, and adjust your sails accordingly!
Jen will take you through practical exercises and tips for making choices that create clarity and happiness in a very busy world.
Date: Tuesday, September 19 2017
Time: 8:45 am – 10:30 am
Location: Communitech Loft
Cost: Private Corporate Event