962. A Day in the Life: What's It Really Like to Be a Productivity Expert?
“I was working at the managed care company, Aetna, and began to resonate with my role as a leader charged with the task of motivating my staff. I read the book, ‘Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff and It’s All Small Stuff’ by Richard Carlson, which inspired me to share the book in team meetings followed by discussion groups. Slowly the lessons in the book became more important than the day-to-day work I was doing at the for-profit HMO. I began to ask myself the question, ‘Could I actually build a career around what I truly love doing’–sharing this kind of personal growth content by way of speaking engagements, and trainings that make a real difference in people’s lives? And I spread my wings from there.”
Kevin Stacey, MBA, is a productivity and effectiveness expert, author, and former brain imaging specialist who removes barriers to performance, boosts resiliency, and accelerates results, no matter what. He combines his military background, management training, experience as a healthcare clinician, and successful manager at the nation’s largest managed care company to be a catalyst for workplace improvement. After starting his medical career at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Kevin now brings the principals of neuroscience into the modern business world to effect change from the inside-out. He works with organizations and leaders to help them become more effective, productive and profitable. His programs provide concrete information and practical solutions for business problems.
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