WE ARE HITTING BIG GOALS &
DOING GOOD THINGS!
Join us at this luncheon. The IREM Golf Tournament reached its goal and we will be presenting
Be a part of the energy and excitement!
A crisis seems to be lurking around every corner, whether it relates to a deadline, a car accident or a family dispute. Inevitably, life does throw you a curve ball – now what? Whether the circumstances are minor or more serious – such as death, illness, divorce, job loss or deployment – it’s imperative that you take charge by embracing life challenges, both expected and unexpected, and incorporating the setback into your daily routine and psyche. This presentation will provide encouragement and resources necessary to “reboot” by using thought provoking ideas and examples to guide the audience to change, grow, accept and ultimately embrace the hardship and face the future.
Special Guest Speaker:
Rachel has been speaking passionately to national audiences of all sizes for over 18 years, addressing all aspects of change, growth, and acceptance that comes with embracing life challenges – those expected and unexpected. She is sure to inspire, inform and persuade you to be self-aware, take action, and continue to thrive.
No one knows better how to embrace life’s challenges than Rachel herself. Overcoming her own adversity of being a child of a divorced family raised by her father, a widow at 31 years old with a 2 year old daughter, and losing a parent, she “wows” audiences with her down to earth, current and relevant presentations – helping attendees to reach their potential by embracing and learning from all of life’s complexities. Having worked in management for Fortune 100 companies, she is fully aware of the see-saw created when personal and professional challenges collide, providing invaluable insight to Human Resources departments.
As a speaker, author, consultant and coach – her work has been featured in numerous publications, blogs, radio, conferences, company endorsements and Good Morning America. Her passion extends to support cause-based organizations including military, national grief/loss programs, EAPs and human resources.