What do people do and what do they think to not only survive change, but to thrive?

There is a specific mindset that people have who improve after traumatic and disruptive change. A kind of Change Airbag. No matter what changes are on the horizon, get ready for them with flexibility, optimism and courage.

In the end, this is a results-focused program, holding attendees accountable for their own change readiness.  


1    Anticipate what's coming and let go of what's passed. Completely accept what is or "ride the horse in the direction it's going!"

2.  Trade in your analog boomer brain for an upgraded digital one. Learn and think like, and get along with, millenials!

3. Discover opportunities in change ... not just problems. Know how to have hard conversations with the non-flourishers.

4. Keep morale high in oneself and one’s team.

5. Increase boldness and courage to act, innovate, and take charge - no excuses!

The worst thing you can do is to sit back and do nothing, with the excuse that you were not told. The most important activity during fast change is to move forward. Don’t wait! The window of opportunity closes quickly.