The dark days of winter are upon us. Though we’ve passed the Winter Solstice (which means the days are technically getting longer) it’s still far too cold and far too dark for our liking. The limited sun can make anyone blue, a feeling only exasperated by the after-Christmas and after-after Christmas sales. If your team is in a rut because of low sales and poor weather, don’t just look forward through the calendar and wish for spring. Take a proactive approach and hire a motivational speaker.

It’s no failing of your team or company to require some encouraging words. Sometimes, even the most creative, hardworking, and successful people can a hit a plateau, finding it difficult to carry out their tasks with the same enthusiasm they once did. But this doesn’t have to be a permanent condition. Just as ideas and passion can ebb during particularly trying times, so too can they flow. Your office just needs a little inspiration to rid themselves of winter-born lethargy and embrace productivity.

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Tammy Robertson

Who better to inspire and motivate staff through their winter blues than Stacy Allison, the first American woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest? At 29,028 feet, Mt. Everest is the world’s tallest mountain and home to severe weather patterns that can pose dangerous challenges to even the most advanced climber. For Stacy, her victory over the mountain didn’t happen overnight – or even on her first attempt. But after 29 deliberate and dedicated days, she managed to conquer one of the most difficult summits to climb. 

She attribute hers success to perseverance, team work, and risk-taking, three simple yet significant qualities that unite both the adventure climber and the office worker; and she uses her experiences on Everest to help drive that point home. With the exhilarating adventure that was her climb as her backdrop, Stacy weaves a colourful story and talks about how these modest characteristics are the key to unlocking success – on the mountain or in the office. Leading by example, she shares takeaways regarding the importance of collaboration in pushing through periods of stagnation and take advantage of opportunities.

Seeking out and embracing opportunities makes the foundation of another of our motivational and inspirational speakers. As a passionate advocate for taking risks in order to make the most of every opportunity, Tammy Robertson inspires audiences to be excited about their place on the team (and in the world) again. Through a fun and lighthearted tone, she places emphasis curiosity, humour, and risk taking as quintessential qualities in the work place. 

Her message is as clear as it is simple, as Tammy only wants you to “Get Your Heart in the Game ™!”. The game of life and business can be enjoyable, she maintains, as long as you’re willing to take yourself lightly and challenges seriously.  How you play this game relies on a personal accountability that’s necessary in creating a curious and stimulating work environment. By sharing her 20 years of corporate experience, Stacy can help create a corporate atmosphere that motivates people to reach their full potential. 

Meeting one’s full potential isn’t always easy. Without the guiding hand of an expert who can share new perspectives and motivate, it’s easy to get stuck. Perhaps it’s only the weather that’s causing a dip in performance levels, or it’s a more serious problem regarding first quarter sales objectives. Whatever is causing motivation to drop in your office a motivational and inspirational speaker can bolster a discouraged team and light the fire anew. To find one guaranteed to light the spark, get in touch with one of our agents. We’ll help you find the best candidate ideal for your team, company, and situation. All you have to do is give us a call, and we’ll get started right away.

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The dark days of winter are upon us. Though we’ve passed the Winter Solstice (which means the days are technically getting longer) it’s still far too cold and far too dark for our liking. The limited sun can make anyone blue, a feeling only exasperated by the after-Christmas and after-after Christmas sales. If your team is in a rut because of low sales and poor weather, don’t just look forward through the calendar and wish for spring. Take a proactive approach and hire a motivational speaker.

It’s no failing of your team or company to require some encouraging words. Sometimes, even the most creative, hardworking, and successful people can a hit a plateau, finding it difficult to carry out their tasks with the same enthusiasm they once did. But this doesn’t have to be a permanent condition. Just as ideas and passion can ebb during particularly trying times, so too can they flow. Your office just needs a little inspiration to rid themselves of winter-born lethargy and embrace productivity.

Motivating_Professional_Speaker
Tammy Robertson

Who better to inspire and motivate staff through their winter blues than Stacy Allison, the first American woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest? At 29,028 feet, Mt. Everest is the world’s tallest mountain and home to severe weather patterns that can pose dangerous challenges to even the most advanced climber. For Stacy, her victory over the mountain didn’t happen overnight – or even on her first attempt. But after 29 deliberate and dedicated days, she managed to conquer one of the most difficult summits to climb. 

She attribute hers success to perseverance, team work, and risk-taking, three simple yet significant qualities that unite both the adventure climber and the office worker; and she uses her experiences on Everest to help drive that point home. With the exhilarating adventure that was her climb as her backdrop, Stacy weaves a colourful story and talks about how these modest characteristics are the key to unlocking success – on the mountain or in the office. Leading by example, she shares takeaways regarding the importance of collaboration in pushing through periods of stagnation and take advantage of opportunities.

Seeking out and embracing opportunities makes the foundation of another of our motivational and inspirational speakers. As a passionate advocate for taking risks in order to make the most of every opportunity, Tammy Robertson inspires audiences to be excited about their place on the team (and in the world) again. Through a fun and lighthearted tone, she places emphasis curiosity, humour, and risk taking as quintessential qualities in the work place. 

Her message is as clear as it is simple, as Tammy only wants you to “Get Your Heart in the Game ™!”. The game of life and business can be enjoyable, she maintains, as long as you’re willing to take yourself lightly and challenges seriously.  How you play this game relies on a personal accountability that’s necessary in creating a curious and stimulating work environment. By sharing her 20 years of corporate experience, Stacy can help create a corporate atmosphere that motivates people to reach their full potential. 

Meeting one’s full potential isn’t always easy. Without the guiding hand of an expert who can share new perspectives and motivate, it’s easy to get stuck. Perhaps it’s only the weather that’s causing a dip in performance levels, or it’s a more serious problem regarding first quarter sales objectives. Whatever is causing motivation to drop in your office a motivational and inspirational speaker can bolster a discouraged team and light the fire anew. To find one guaranteed to light the spark, get in touch with one of our agents. We’ll help you find the best candidate ideal for your team, company, and situation. All you have to do is give us a call, and we’ll get started right away.