From the leading pioneer on workplace stress who wrote the first textbook on it more than 4 decades ago!
Lynette Crane – President, Quiet Brilliance Consulting LLC
“… a highly skilled trainer. She is knowledgeable, practical, and inspiring.”
Director, Organizational Development, City of St. Louis Park, MN
“Focused. Practical. Insightful. Highly recommended. My time was well spent because – unlike countless other similar workshops – I left with practical insights.”
Partner & Vice-Chair of Appellate Practice Group, Carroll, Burdick & McDonough LLP
“You MOVED the crowd to emotional ups and to a moment of reflection. Bravo and well done.”
SUSAN A. FINK
Vice President, External Relations, Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation
“As a speaker, she’s super! Packed with personal stories that resonate with everyone, and she offers excellent strategies for success. Her content is amazing.”
“…presented with a high level of expertise and engaging wit. This was one of our most well-received HR-related sessions in our almost 30-year history.”
Director of Operations and Human Resources at Minnesota Council of Nonprofits
“To be quite honest, I was blown away by your session. … your time slot was not ideal. ..I have never ever seen anyone fill up that time slot, let alone have such an engaged group. Everyone I know who attended this session had positive things to say”
Executive Director, Minnesota Social Services Administration
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