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Keynote Speaker Virtual Event: Curing INFObesity – Margaret Johnson


STRESS!!!! The one thing everyone has and wants to eliminate, this year especially. How did we get here? We are constantly bombarded with information to filter through from conflicting data sources, requests to engage, additional workload, conflicting responsibilities, and general overwhelm. This overload is termed INFOBesity. It affects our performance as well as our working relationships. It makes decision-making difficult and inspires procrastination.

How do we cure it? First, a bit of root cause analysis uncovers how you ended up here. Then, through high-performance practices, including a focus on values, habits, emotional intelligence, energy checks, unleashing creative options, developing the courage to risk, and strategy, you find a way to filter, simplify and make sense of the craziness. In this keynote, Margaret will help you form effective strategies for innovative performance moving forward.

Date

February 25, 2021
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Time

Eastern
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Speaker

  • Margaret Johnson
    Margaret Johnson
    Author | Speaker | Coach | Trainer

    Margaret Johnson has been a speaker, coach and leadership trainer for over 20 years. Prior to that she held engineering, leadership, technical sales and consulting positions in the energy industry. Margaret received her Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University and then moved to Texas as fast as she could! With her MBA (University of Houston – Clear Lake), professional engineering license and ICF (International Coach Federation) PCC corporate coaching and fitness credentials, she inspires people and organizations to move from S.O.S. (Same Old Stuff) to W.O.W.! (Well On the Way) to where they want to be. Her creative, engaging style inspires individuals to apply knowledge and take immediate action for success. She is also a published author of “From SOS to WOW! Your Personal Coaching Adventure” and her forthcoming book on “The Cure for INFObesity”.

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