Motivational Speaker Don Shapiro helps people embrace and harness change
We can improve our journey through life by becoming the force of change instead of the roadblock to change. Don’s high energy, fun and interactive program shares what he’s learned about dealing with change and leading people through change. His entire management, sales and consulting career has been about addressing change.
Change happens whether we want it to or not
Yes, change is inevitable. The cherry tree turns green with leaves, then buds form, then the cherry blossoms bloom into vibrant color, then the flowers and leaves fall off and the cycle repeats itself. The cherry tree cannot prevent this change from occurring. Neither can you!
Sometimes change is thrust upon us by outside events and other people that we had no control over. In other cases, the choices we have made put us in a situation that cries out for change though we may resist it. In either case, the force of change relentlessly moves forward.
We can’t prevent change in our life, our team, our organization, our industry, or our society. We can control how we respond to those changes and the choices we make to harness change and lead ourselves and others to a better place.
Don Shapiro’s energetic and entertaining speech touches on the following points:
How to embrace change instead of resisting change
Barriers to change and how to move past them
Getting in the flow of change
Leading yourself and others successfully through change
Influencing others to embrace change
Leadership is all about change
When you change yourself, the world starts changing with you.
When Don Shapiro speaks, everyone learns, laughs and leaves inspired
Don has inspired hundreds of audiences in over 33 industries and sectors including non-profits and even those who work in the juvenile prison system. His memorable approach uses stories and examples to bring home core messages that people will remember for years. Your group will laugh, reflect, and deeply feel this message. They will be able to immediately apply these ideas the moment the speech ends.