Carole Spiers is an internationally acclaimed motivational speaker who shapes attitudes and alters mindsets.
An industry expert on stress in the UK and the Middle East for senior Executives who need to perform well under pressure, Carole shows leaders how to communicate effectively, build resilience and reduce stress so that they and their teams can respond successfully to the everyday challenges of management.
As CEO of an international stress management and well-being consultancy, Carole is the author of Show Stress Who’s Boss! and Tolley’s Managing Stress in the Workplace, commissioned by Lexis-Nexis.
As a popular BBC guest broadcaster, she is the media’s first choice for comment on work-related stress.
Carole’s focus is on developing a healthy workplace culture through successfully managing stress and organisational change – all of which is underpinned by a compelling philosophy reinforced by her experience as an Expert Witness before the UK Courts.
She is currently Chair of the International Stress Management Association UK and founder of National Stress Awareness Day.
ISMA aims to reduce the stigma associated with stress and mental health.
Carole is UK-based but is regularly contracted to speak in the Middle East and Europe.
Keynote Presentations That Have Changed Attitudes and Mindsets:
1. Show Stress Who’s Boss!
Coping with long hours, advanced technology, and information overload.
Controlling your tension levels to build strong mindsets and attitudes.
2. Resilient Leadership
Build resilience in yourself and your team. Bouncing back from setbacks
Learning how to be mentally tougher, to manage daily challenges
3. Changing Times Demand Positive Leadership!
Why change is difficult to manage. How to be mentally tougher.
Empowering teams. Motivate, engage and inspire – carry them with you!
4. Forging Relationships through Active Listening
Knowing how to listen – is an essential factor in business communication.
Diagnosing tough problems. Diffusing disputes. Conducting interviews.
Bullying and Harassment Speaker
Bullying Has No Place In A Healthy Workplace
Many forms of bullying – overt and covert – can spread fear and stress. It needs to be rooted out of the corporate culture.
How To Deal With Bullying In The Workplace And Cyber Bullying
What is bullying in the workplace? There are many signs of workplace bullying that are highly visible, for instance, the person who is publicly humiliated by their manager or the individual who wrongly takes credit for someone else’s work. However, another more insidious form of workplace bullying needs to be addressed: that credit for someone is so-called ‘cyberbullying’.