With over 25 years as a public speaker, Julie Christiansen has been in high demand over the last twelve months to speak on topics related to Anti-Black Racism, Minority Mental Health, Coping with Stress in Turbulent Times, and Coping with Future Shock. We can tailor-make a keynote or workshop for you. Call us!
Become a certified Anger Solutions Facilitator in our November 18-19, 2021 Virtual training! You'll be live with Julie in a small group format, and will receive everything you need to start facilitating Anger Solutions immediately!
2022 Certification Calendar:
March 10-11, 2022 (Virtual)
May 12-13, 2022 (Virtual)
August 11-12 (Virtual)
Train the Trainer:
November 16-18, 2022
Is your workplace a breeding ground for negativity? How can you spot the signs of declining morale, increased conflict and negativity in the workplace? What steps can you take as an enlightened leader to ensure that negativity does not overtake and overwhelm your teams?
This dynamic, 2-hour interactive webinar shows you how!
February 10, 2022
"Listening to you speak on Real Talk right now. I literally could listen to you all night long. Love how you are addressing us. What you are sharing and the way you are sharing it. Seriously... THANK YOU!" D.E., YMCA Employment Services
"I just wanted to say how blown away I was with your Future Shock presentation yesterday at The Workplace, Reimagined. You are an incredible communicator and shared a lot yesterday that will help me better cope with my day to day, myself and others. Thank You!" M.W.
Workplace Stress pre-COVID cost Canadian Business in excess of $36 Billion dollars per year! Now, more than ever, we need to build resiliency and help maintain lower levels of stress in our workplaces to improve your workers' overall health, reduce expenses through benefit plans, increase morale, reduce absenteeism, and boost productivity!
Join us for a 2-hour Webinar to learn how!
April 7, 2022
“Future Shock” was once only a fictional construct. No longer. Life post-COVID19 will likely never be the same. For individuals, teams, and organizations to successfully navigate the white water rapids of change, they must develop and enhance their resiliency stores. Strategies for designing a work environment that addresses the mental health and overall wellness needs of 21st century workers are essential to ensure success. With the right tools and a compassionate approach, leaders can safely guide their teams through the rapids of change and emerge stronger, more resilient, and more productive.
June 16, 2022
With all the changes that have occurred since COVID19 at the micro and macro level in community, politics, business, and everyday life, there has been an increase of the experience of stress and anxiety. As guidelines and rules continue to change, strategies are needed to help us navigate through this post-COVID world. Join stress and anger expert, Julie Christiansen as she provides actionable, practical tools for coping with rapid change in a 2-hour Webinar format.
September 15, 2022
We are currently living through unprecedented times, on top of all our regular day-to-day stress, we now have to contend with so much more. Julie will share tips and strategies on how we can maintain a sense of control to cope with stress, build our resilience, bounce back and improve our work, health and well-being.
In this TED-style talk, Julie Christiansen explores the four concepts that build the platform for creating radical positive lasting change. Filmed in front of a live audience as part of the original content for The PDA (the Personal Development App).
This is the new normal.
Rapid Change + Lack of Time to Adjust = Stress/Anxiety
This workshop examines the risks of Future Shock and the reward of shifting your leadership approach to ensure a healthy and productive team.
The tools provided are intended as a springboard to help you and your team bounce forward: a new kind of resiliency.
What happens when you wake up miles away from where you intended to go, and you wonder how you got there? This one-woman show featuring 4 unique characters all based on true events and original song performed by Julie Christiansen is a unique motivational/inspirational conference keynote.
This team building activity uses game theory to explore the behaviours and communication styles that interfere or completely impede peak performance in teams. Fun and interactive, this program has been adapted to be delivered virtually. The program is run in three parts: first, the game; second, the debrief; third, a review of the take-aways and action plan for building a team that will survive and thrive.
How do we manage working in a toxic workplace? How can managers and leaders empower their staff to stay engaged and be enthusiastic about their work? How do we overcome workplace negativity? Julie Christiansen answers all of these questions and provides actionable tasks that can easily be implemented to help detox the work environment.