“Christine was the perfect speaker for our fall Professional Women’s Alliance event. She naturally connected with our 200+ multi-generational audience from a variety of companies and industries. After her speech I whispered in her ear that I had feedback for her saying ”You need to charge more.” And I’m sure others who have had the pleasure of hearing her speak feel the same way. Thank you Christine for being one of the most dynamic and insightful speakers we’ve ever had.”
- E.W., Executive Director, , Women’s Leadership Center at Michael J. Coles College of Business
“Christine was not only a tremendous asset to our program, she was just fantastic to work with. She was very open to working closely with our development team to customize her program to meet the specific needs of our attendees. She nailed every part of the program from planning to delivery…thank you so much!”
-M.L.F., Vice President, Learning Experiences, International Association of Exhibitions and Events
“After reviewing over 20 possible candidates as possible spokespeople for American Express, Ogilvy Public Relations ended up choosing Christine Hassler. From day one, she brought more to the table than was asked, continually providing ideas outside of her own scope of work to help American Express and Ogilvy PR. Her expertise as it relates to Millennials and cross-generational issues is unmatched. Christine has a knack for offering an energetic, engaging, intelligent point of view.”
-B.M., Account Director, Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide
Generational differences have become diversity issues leading to increased frustration and decreased profit in many companies. To effectively lead a multigenerational workforce and be competitive in today’s economy, it is imperative to be aware of how generational influences uniquely impact workplace performance.
This program helps participants leverage the workplace characteristics unique to each generation: Baby Boomers, Gen X, and Millennials/Gen Y.
Learn how to successfully engage members from each generation to create a more harmonious and profitable work environment. As a Millennial expert, Christine offers an inside look at the mindset of the 20- and 30-something employee. Her refreshing take on Millennials will leave the audience with a new perspective on this generation that will comprise 75% of the Global Workforce in 2017.
“It is my pleasure to recommend Christine Hassler for any event where the audience has a vested interest in securing a dynamic, multi generational corporate culture. Her presentation was funny, thought provoking, and on point. I had read about Christine and had some ideas about what we would be getting when we enlisted her services, and I can honestly say she surpassed all expectations. She truly went the extra mile to make sure the content presented was tailored to the audience in all the most meaningful ways. We’d certainly host her again.”
- A.T., VP – Merchandising & Marketing, A.R.T. Furniture
“Christine was refreshing, upbeat and captivating as she presented her interactive session on avoiding the “Expectation Hangover”. Christine was not your ordinary keynote speaker. She engaged the audience with real life tips and relevant examples using people from the audience. Not an eye blinked during her 25 minute interactive activity leaving everyone in the room wanting more! Thank you Christine for delivering a memorable presentation! We want to let others in on this secret so that they too may experience what we did!”
-S.D., Business Title is Senior Operations Consultant, The Southern California chapter of Women in Cable and Telecommunication
“Christine’s presentation was very uplifting and exciting. She presented in a manner that was both humorous and entertaining, while still getting her message across. The information portrayed was something that can be applied to both your professional and personal lives. She brought life to the audience, keeping us interested and very involved.”
- T.A., Procurement and Lodging Administrative Assistant, Michigan Lodging and Tourism Association
Will you profit or be left behind?
Millennials / Gen Y, or those born between 1980 and 2000, are the biggest consumer group we have ever seen. 80 million or 1 in 4 people in the US alone are in this demographic. They already account for $200 billion in spending, and, by 2015, their purchasing power will be $2.45 Trillion (that is not a typo, it is TRILLION). If you do not know how to engage with them as consumers, you will miss out on their incredible purchasing power and trend-setting behavior.
In this program, Christine cuts through the noise about how to reach the Millennial consumer. She busts misperceptions about this generation and teaches what drives their purchasing decisions.
In our world of constant connection and endless to do lists, are you truly living a full life? Or is it just busy? This distinction will make you a better employee, manager, spouse, parent, and friend.
Somewhere along the way we have taken on busy-ness as a badge of honor. We are expected to (and think we should be able to) “do it all.” But what does that really mean? And furthermore, is it it truly the key to success?
In Christine’s inspirational program, the sense of overwhelm that many people struggle with becomes an opportunity to clarify what is truly important. Rather than feel the pressure to wear a mask of a multi-tasking superhero who is depleted and constantly stressed inwardly, Christine’s message is to ditch the expectation of “doing it all.” Instead she teaches well researched personal development and communication strategies to empower audiences into “being your all.”
Christine’s engaging style leaves the audience motivated and with tools they can implement to live less busy and more fulfilling lives.
“Our senior business leaders who attended Christine’s presentation were so impressed that they requested she come back to speak to the broader business units to help inform their work to attract and engage Millennials. I cannot speak highly enough of Christine and her skills as a speaker and thought leader on Millennials.”
- B.M., Director Public Affairs, American Express
“Christine gave us the best content that we have ever had for our training days. She is a fantastic speaker, the insights were tremendous, and the feedback from the group is off the charts. Her program caused me to re-think how we use benefit claims and reasons-to-believe (RTB) in our product communication. In addition, I took away a bunch of insights on how to better lead my team.”
-D.B., SVP of Marketing, Coty Beauty US
“Christine was a dynamic speaker with a unique gift of connecting with a very diverse audience. Her in-depth knowledge of the material, along with her engaging and entertaining presentation style, has rated her as the most practical, relevant, and useful seminar we ever offered.”
-E.G., IFMA Chair & President, Elect for Nike Programming
Leadership is about inspiring people to walk toward a common vision. What empowers leaders to do that is “walking the talk.” Great leaders lead themselves in a way that inspires others to walk with them.
In her engaging program, Christine demonstrates the connection between self-awareness and leadership effectiveness. Utilizing her background in executive coaching and psychology, she illuminates the blind spots when it comes to being an impactful leader in both business and life.
Christine helps leaders at all levels – because we all lead in our life whether it is an entire organization, one person, or in our family – understand how to harness their authentic potential to lead from the inside out.
Christine’s interactive style leaves the audience motivated with tools they can implement to not only be more effective leaders, but live more fulfilling lives.
This keynote is based on Christine’s latest national best seller Expectation Hangover: Free Yourself From your Past, Change Your Present and Get What you Really Want and can be customized to the change that your corporation, organization, or audience is currently facing.
We all face setbacks we cannot control, yet we often forget that we have a choice about how to handle those setbacks. The Expectation Hangovers we feel in the wake of disappointment, failure, or loss can become doorways to tremendous opportunities and life-changing gifts.
Managing your expectations is not about lowering your standards. Master coach and speaker Christine Hassler explains how to pursue the right goals for the right reasons and also what to do when things don’t work out as expected.