FREE Webinar! 7 Ways to Build Resilience- As a Person, As a Case Manager
Dr. Chantrise Sims Holliman
Featured speaker bio:
What started as a passion for education in the classroom lit a fire for her unimaginable future.
Dr. Chantrise Sims Holliman is best known for teaching others how to move mountains—academically, professionally and personally. Her message of hope, resilience and flexible thinking transforms the lives of audiences worldwide, allowing her audience to triumph over fear and failure into a life of perpetual faith. For Chantrise, it’s important that people are not only inspired, but conquer that and so much more for themselves.
As a partial paraplegic and bilateral amputee, Chantrise’s life was forever changed when trauma stopped her in her tracks. And although it wasn’t planned or expected, she consciously chooses to use what others may have used as an excuse to give up, quit and throw in the towel, as building blocks to her bounceback. Her quirky sense of humor, coupled with her authenticity, boldness and passion for the success of others makes her a highly sought-after speaker for people of all backgrounds.
Holding a Doctorate in Education from The University of West Georgia, it comes as no surprise that Chantrise has authored numerous books and other educational products. In addition to “TeachStayLove: A Reflective Journal to Help You Stay in the Profession You Love” and “Shoes Without Feet: A Journey of Strength, Hope, Obstacles, Encouragement, and Success,” her third book, “Noah Had an Ark. You Need a R.A.F.T.: Resiliency and Flexible Thinking” is sure to catapult readers to new levels in business, ministry and life in general.
Description and CE information:
2020 is the year that just keeps on giving. Fortunately, we have people in the world like Dr. Chantrise Sims Holliman to help us find strength, hope and resiliency within ourselves...to help ourselves so we can help others. Dr. Holliman is a former educator who learned to dig deep and thrive as a motivational speaker after coding nine times due to a heart attack and becoming a bilateral amputee.
- Recognize the 7 ways to build resilience
- Identify practical steps for accomplishing each of the seven ways
- Begin to map out a plan to build resilience within themselves
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