Rethink and Reinvent Your Priorities for Work and Home with Author Sylvia Lafair

December 8, 2013

Stress Relief

Executive Coach Sylvia Lafair joins women’s holistic health talk radio with host Irina Wardas on Wednesday, December 11th at 9:30 am PT / 12:30 pm ET

Holistic Health Talk Women’s Radio Show Topic:

Gutsy Women: How to Reduce Stress at Work and Drama at Home with Author Sylvia Lafair; How to Rethink, Reclaim, and Reinvent Our Priorities for Work and Home 

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Sylvia Lafair, Ph.D. is a keynote speaker, workshop leader, webinar presenter, author of her bestseller GUTSY: How Women Leaders Make Change and the President of Creative Energy Options, Inc. (CEO), a global consulting company thatargets and transforms workplace patterns for success. www.sylvialafair.com

Dr. Lafair’s programs and executive coaching impact individuals and teams to decrease conflict and increaseSylvia Lafair, gutsy women
productivity. Her award winning book, “Don’t Bring It to Work,” (2009-Jossey-Bass), is listed as one of the top 20 books for emerging leaders. Lafair’s research shows that, much as we like tobelieve that our behavior is entirely rational, our thoughts and actions are often driven by the roles we learned in our families as children. And under pressure, we tend to revert to old patterns, often creating workplace drama that diverts attention from the business and undermines productivity.

As a noted authority on leadership, a consultant to family firms, Fortune 500 companies,
non-profits, and entrepreneurs, her message is unique and timely; her insights universal and
relevant. Office drama and politics, human resource issues, absenteeism, and litigation often
increase when stress is high in companies.

Callers are welcome to join the conversation: (347)-857-4862

Suggested women’s podcast and radio show interview questions:

What are 5 action tips to give to women who want to change or move their career forward?

What are the patterns of behavior that have been handed from mothers to daughters that we need to change?

Do men and women really have different ways of thinking through problems?

Who are GUTSY women?

Why is it so hard for some women to speak out while others get so tongue-tied?

Looking forward to your questions (347)-857-4862

Let us breathe, smile and dance at the end of the radio broadcast together.

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