Practicing resilience to deliver on performance through growth and uncertainty.
Resilience is the backbone of accomplishment, however becoming a resilient person or team is much, much more than hoping, maybe even believing, that you will be big enough to meet a challenge. The truth is, there are certain elements that reliably produce individuals who rise to a need and see things through to their finish lines. How can each of us own and develop these building blocks of resilience, and reach more of our goals?
Ryan has an unprecedented window into persistence, growth, and performance through hardship. He stages research from the frontlines of climate change - the Arctic. He produces films at the heart of natural disasters - Hurricane Maria and Tohoku Tsunami. In his late forties, he remains a world class ice climber. He is an invited author, despite dyslexia. And he challenges his own paralyzing fear of people to speak about lessons learned from these frontlines. Distilling his lessons down to the anatomy of resilience has transformed his life into one of the results. Ownership. Purpose. Self Dialogue. Practice.
With a clear but simple mission of helping and inspiring others, Ryan Vachon is an impassioned Keynote Speaker and workshop leader who is known for making a memorable impact on his audiences. Ryan travels the country, or transmits virtually, speaking to businesses, conferences, and universities about developing personalized strategies for managing doubt, thriving through setbacks, and increasing professional performance. He shares personal experiences with crippling self-confidence and victimization, and how redefining his relationship to hardship through active storytelling has forever changed his life. Expect excitement, humor, and a thorough examination of what drives each of us to act.
Some outcomes an organization may experience include;
->Improved program efficiency
->Increased organization of strategic planning and preparedness
->More regular and improved team communication
->Effective division of effort
Ryan has two goals when he speaks. One, to deliver on talks that surpass organizers' expectations. And two, to do so in a way that is seamless and easy.