Change Anything, the Power of RE!

May 01, 2017 0 Comments

Raider Project is excited to host Chief Morale Officer, Kirk Weisler is the Captain of Culture and a Champion of Change.

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Kirk WeislerWith over eighteen years of executive coaching, speaking, research, and professional experience, Kirk’s perspective is simple and unpretentious and his suggestions are applicable and undiluted. Kirk understands that your work life is more than a commute and a paycheck. You will spend most of your conscious week at work, thinking about work, or driving to work. Therefore Kirk believes in seeing your work life as your life’s work (outside of your home and family). With that in mind, how can you make your life’s work more meaningful, fulfilling, and rewarding?

IT Professionals have awarded Kirk with “The Speaker of Highest Merit Award” and organizations tweet him as the “People Whisperer” for his exceptional way of connecting with people individually and collectively wherever he goes. Kirk is known for his ability to share personal life stories, converse with his audience, and offer coaching that builds trust and inspires action.

Kirk is excited to share how we can move from transition to transformation with the Power of RE.  This highly actionable session will inspire your belief, increase your confidence, invite you let go of toxic things,  do Hard Things, and Change Anything, with the Power of RE!




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