Who Scrambled my Eggs?
© 2001 by Lou Fournier and Lynell Burmark. All rights strictly reserved.
We tend to feel that change comes easily only from vending machines, and even then you can't always be sure it's right.
But we've also gone a little overboard these days with our ubiquitous emphasis on change. It's becoming all too easy to give it too much power. Handling change well is important, of course, and it's certainly true that our misperceptions of change and its significance are the single biggest cause of stress. But it's no less important to keep a balanced view of the other things in life that can work with change to create powerful growth experiences.
Who Scrambled My Eggs? shows change in its proper light, sees it as the positive force it is meant to be, and teaches us to use change proactively to our advantage rather than letting it sweep us away with its tide.
In Who Scrambled My Eggs?, we identify the elements that balance change. We examine the S curve and discover how it works in real-world situations. We explore the difference between doing things differently and doing different things, and learn which approach to take in various situations.
Most significantly, in this program we actually do bring about a shift of vision, for we come to understand that we must not let our sight occlude our vision. It is only when we engage our vision that we bring our sight into clear focus.
Intended audience: This program is scalable, from private seminars to conference presentations, from individual coaching to full integration throughout a major organization.
Presentation type... keynote, breakout session or workshop Audience................ all Duration................. 1 to 7 hours Handouts................ no
Mr. Fournier will gladly tailor any presentation to your specific needs.