Dr. Ganz Ferrance

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

Dr. Ganz Ferrance

Speaker Language(s):
English
Travels From:
Alberta, Canada
Price Range:
$6,000 – $10,000
Works In:
Canada & USA

Fields of

  • Communication
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Stress Management
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Business Growth
  • Mindset

The Me Factor:

Make Smart Decisions

Eliminate Burnout Maximize Your Strength

 

The fastest growing category of disability costs to Canadian employers 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 lively and engaging presentation, 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

Communicating Under Pressure: How to Get Control and Manage Difficult Situations

When you are under stress, the sympathetic nervous system takes over (your brain basically de-evolves). You feel threatened so the filter between your thoughts and your mouth doesn’t work anymore. This shows up as weird body language, confusing facial expressions and words that can easily be misinterpreted. You also interpret what you hear from whatever emotion you are having at the time instead of a place of logic and objectivity. The result is conflict, poor decision making and substandard work. All of which escalates difficult situations, making it harder to move forward with positive solutions.

 

Whether you are a police officer who needs to talk someone down, a leader needing to get their team to follow through on a strategic plan or a salesperson looking gain trust, it is essential to learn how to calm the nervous system down so you can be far more effective at getting your points across, managing any stress that comes your way and gaining deeper, healthier relationships.

 

In this strategic presentation, you will:

  • Stop a simple discussion from suddenly degenerating into Armageddon
  • Avoid the 3 most common mistakes people make when communicating (and find out what to do instead)
  • Make sure your REAL point gets across and you TRULY get what the other person is trying to say. Recognize the early warning signs and how to take back control when your emotions are running the show

Boost Your Bottom Line: Build Healthy, Happy, Engaged Employees

According to the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC), 70% of Canadians stated that their work experience impacted their mental health negatively; and 78% reported mental health as the primary reason for missing work. Poor self-esteem, anger, depression, anxiety, stress… affects the workplace like poison. Employees dis-engage, complain all the time, don’t play well with others and suck the energy out of every room they walk into.  This causes lower productivity, crappy morale and higher turnover.

To get employees back on track, it’s essential to show them how they can reduce their stress, remind them why they wanted to work there in the first place and get them re-engaged. In mastering self-awareness, you and your teams will be able to identity the signs of psychological struggles earlier in the process and be able to pivot to well-being before it causes disruption in your employee’s lives and your company’s bottom line.

In this insightful presentation, you will:

  • Understand the role of the mind-body connection in creating well-being
  • Learn how to ignite your team with purpose -- motivating them to greater happiness and productivity
  • Root out the hidden beliefs & habits that hold you and your team back
  • Harness the power of you and your employee’s “Secret Brain” to reduce stress and feel in charge again

TESTIMONIALS

Biography

Dr. Ganz Ferrance holds a PhD. in Counseling Psychology and an M.A. in Developmental and Educational Psychology from Andrews University in Michigan. He has been helping entrepreneurs, professionals, employees, and corporations enjoy more success for over 20 years. One of his first jobs was working with distressed and at-risk youth in inner-city Chicago – so he’s no stranger to tough audiences.

Dr. Ganz’s deep belief in “positive psychology” helps people to be their very best. He presents his information in a straight-forward, down-to-earth, no nonsense way that he calls his “Tweed-free” Guarantee. This approach has made him a sought-after Speaker – with audiences in the United States and Canada enjoying his fun, engaging, and life-changing presentations on beating stress and building superior relationships.

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