BOD™ Conference Speaker | Dr. Ganz

Make Smart Decisions, Eliminate Burnout, and Maximize Your Strength

The fastest growing category of disability costs to Canadians is depression. A lot of the time, when you are working really hard, no matter how much you put in, you can still feel weak, ashamed and overwhelmed. You can feel like you don’t live up to the expectations of others — or the ones in your own head. Men lack self-care and feel the societal pressures to perform, causing them to burn out, lash out and depersonalize. Women tend to be over-giving, leaving them exhausted, wondering why they are not enough and feeling underappreciated. As a result, high stress in the workplace causes bad decision-making which compromises productivity and growth.

The key to maximizing your strength is by examining the often unspoken challenges of being a man and a woman, and shining a light on the personal and professional pressures that you each uniquely face. Once you factor in all the important areas of your life, you will optimize your energy, rediscover your power and enjoy your work and life again.

In this conference module, you will: 

  • Identify how burnout causes low performance
  • Discover how and where you’re depleting yourself (and what to do about it)
  • Learn how to make smart decisions under pressure
  • Understand what you can uniquely contribute and where you fit in a rapidly changing workplace

About Dr. Ganz Ferrance

Registered Psychologist, Dr. Ganz Ferrance, is a Speaker, Author, and Coach. Since the early ‘90’s Dr. Ganz has been helping individuals, couples, families, and corporations beat BURNOUT reduce their levels of stress, improve their relationships, and enjoy more success.

Known for working with the toughest of the tough including hardened oil and gas workers, stressed out law enforcement officers, as well as battle tested CEOs and entrepreneurs, Dr. Ganz is truly a master at showing people in high stress occupations no-nonsense, practical strategies to stay focused, make healthy decisions under pressure and boost communication skills to reduce conflict during difficult situations.

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