The best keynote speaking and business training sessions are the ones that make you want to get up and do something right after they’re over. Doug Gray’s sessions are built for you to take immediate action toward becoming more productive, more efficient, and happier in your job. His keynotes and trainings are founded upon positivity – flourishing by building more meaningful professional relationships, increasing employee engagement, improving communication, and outlasting tough times.
Doug’s sessions are highlighted by the tenets of three proven strategies. Positive Psychology (PP) is the science and practice of well-being. Its developmental process leads to increased accomplishment in business outcomes. Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) are the secret to driving transformational leadership, employee engagement and the next generation of management consulting. Finally, Doug’s trademarked AD-FIT™ process use assessments and outcomes to guarantee accountability.
You need an action-provoking presentation that will have your attendees eagerly rushing back to their desks to implement what they’ve learned. Doug Gray uses his 30+ years of experience in business and Positive Psychology to provide the insights your attendees need today to create a better tomorrow. Increase employee engagement, improve communication, and become more resilient during difficult times.
Business Onsite Training
Doug Gray uses 30+ years of experience in executive coaching, organizational leadership consulting, and Positive Psychology to give you and your team the tools necessary to be more productive, more efficient, and happier in their jobs. Doug’s sought-after learning sessions can be delivered in person or virtually and
range in length from half-day to several days depending on your desired outcomes.
Positive Psychology Training
Positive Psychology is the science and practice of well-being and flourishing. It engages participants in a 3-step developmental process in which they assess their strengths, take constructive actions, and model accountability.
Doug Gray guides you to use new scientific findings in positive psychology, emotions, engagement, relationships, meaning, and accomplishment in your business outcomes.
Objectives are defined as “what you do.”
Key Results (KRs) are defined by “how you measure activities.” Those definitions are simple. The applications of OKR leadership to your organization requires expertise and practice.