Testimonials from "Stop Burnout!" presentation, South Carolina Assisted Living Federation of America:
"Jean was very engaging and spoke on a topic that we all deal with on a daily basis, internally and on our team. I'm eager to put this to use with my team."
"Great speaker! She knows her stuff and was able to get the audience involved with real life stories."
"I wish she would come and do a one-on-one with my management team."
"Jean Baur is an informative, extraordinarily on point professional speaker who knows how to engage a group while offering practical and on-target pointers. She has spoken to our job search networking group, The Schmoozers Job Network, every year for the past four years and is one of our most requested speakers. She provides workable solutions to issues that face job searchers, and motivates them to get out there and get a job."
Judith R. Rosenthal
Volunteer Program Facilitator and Moderator
Founder of the Schmoozers Job Network, a program of Jewish Family Services, West Hartford, CT
If your organization is suffering from burnout, or your employees are stagnating in their careers, it's going to affect the bottom line and your reputation. Whether you're a small non-profit organization or a large corporation, your employees are your most valuable asset. To ensure that your staff is engaged, creative, and working to fulfill your organization's mission, find out how Jean can help. She'll tailor her signature talk, "Stop Burnout! Five Steps to Re-Energize Your Work for Your Best Year Ever" to fit your group's specific needs, and can also help with any career issues.
Check out Jean's new webinar with AARP here.
Jean is a dynamic speaker who knows how to inspire audiences to maximize their potential. She draws on her diverse background as an author and career coach to reveal the symptoms and causes of burnout, empower her audiences to be the "boss" of their own lives and careers, and help them realize there are always choices. She's spoken to organizations across the country including the Association of Career Professionals International, nonprofits and public libraries, educational institutions, and the Assisted Living Federation of America. She also teaches Baby Boomers how to get back to work with her program for the Department of Labor in Connecticut.
Here's a key message she shares with her audiences:
If you understand what burnout is and the damage it does, and have the tools to stop it--your life won't necessarily be easy, but you'll know how to transform hurt and anger into work/life lived to the fullest. You'll know how to be you at your best.
Ask Jean to speak at your next event. She'll tailor her talk to the specific challenges facing your organization, helping you improve morale, lower absenteeism, and make your workplace a vibrant success.