Dr. Bridget Cooper - Master Change & Overcome Obstacles Through Emotional Agility
As a conference closing gift, you will have the opportunity to attend the most instrumental session you have ever experienced while learning how to master change with emotional agility: the secret skill of happy and abundant people. “Life’s too short” is said all the time but few people truly embrace its deeper essence: to live with less conflict, unbridled passion and joy, and an inner calm and peace you thought was reserved for yoga masters. This session will show you the way. Shift your thoughts in this transformational closing session, sending you out into the world refreshed, renewed, and full of promise and purpose. Dr. Bridget Cooper, an experienced, dynamic, and sought-after speaker, consultant, author, coach, and former therapist, will guide you through a riveting, educational, and entertaining event that will change your life for the better. Her books, “Feed The Need” (2013) and “Stuck U” (2015) are transforming the way people work, live, and relate by showcasing how to handle conflict, challenge, and change through advancing your insights and actions. Don’t miss it!
Dr. Bridget Cooper is an experienced and dynamic educator, facilitator, executive coach, and management and leadership consultant. Her drive is to help people to be passionate about their work and to reduce unproductive conflict so that they will propel their organizations toward success, create healthy work climates, strong and positive working relationships, and happier clients and customers. Author of "Feed The Need" (2013) and "Stuck U" (2015), Dr. Cooper brings her down-to-earth insights and action plans to clients and audiences, facilitating powerful change and transformations in work and life satisfaction. She leads a monthly workshop called "First Wednesdays" that guides and inspires women to live more authentic, powerful and peaceful lives.
She has conducted seminars, retreats, and keynotes for numerous associations and organizations including: Draeger Medical, Allied World Assurance Corporation, George Washington University, USA Weekend, Vietnam Veterans of America, Connecticut Society of Association Executives, Connecticut Boards of Education, Junior League of Washington, Department of Defense, Connecticut Associated Builders & Contractors, CT Non-Profits, Hartford Dental Society, American Massage Therapists Association, CT Community Providers Association, Glastonbury Chamber of Commerce, Bethany College, and American Case Management Association.