The St. Kate’s MBA program would love for you to join our students on Tuesday, May 23 for “The Happy Hour Effect” with Kristen Brown. Kristen will walk us through a fantastic exercise for getting clear on our goals. It’s the perfect session for each of you as you embark on the next chapter in your education and career.
Here are the details:
Tuesday, May 23
Urban Growler (http://www.urbangrowlerbrewing.com/)
4:30 – 5:15 Open Networking, Food, Drinks, and Book Signing
5:15 – 6:45 The Happy Hour Effect Session
6:45 – 7:30 More Conversation, Food, and Fun!
Cost: FREE (we buy the food, you buy the beer!)
Registration Link: https://goo.gl/forms/cK4bUmevA3U3Il673
The Happy Hour Effect: 5 Super Strategies to Skyrocket Your Work/Life Performance
Spin stress into success with a fresh perspective on the work/life balance myth and what you should do instead to amp up your personal and professional growth. Your physical and emotional reactions to the stressors in your life impact how your co-workers and clients perceive you, whether you’re seen as a leader, and if someone wants to work with you or not. Kristen will use her Happy Hour Effect framework to help you gain perspective on the many moving pieces of your life so you make better decisions, amplify your leadership, and boost your performance even when the pressure is on.
1. Understand how stress impacts your performance at work and home.
2. Build a customized Life Map to identify your personal and professional stress cues and cures.
3. Identify your individual key characteristics that will enable you to put your best self forward to maximize team dynamics, leadership, and client relationships.
Recently named a top 20 trailblazer in the meetings industry by Meetings Today magazine, Kristen Brown helps busy professionals transform their goals into productive leadership, sales and personal growth strategies despite the stresses we face every day. She is a keynote speaker and bestselling author who partners with people-centered organizations around the U.S. to boost market share and the bottom line including General Mills, PCMA, Cargill, Boston Scientific, Cox Automotive, Retail Value Chain Federation, Target, and more. Kristen spent 15 years in corporate leadership roles before a personal tragedy prompted her shift to starting her own business. She has shared her expertise extensively in the media including Live with Kelly, Inc. magazine, Forbes, Fox, BBC, Psychology Today, and many more.