Perform at Your Best When the Stakes are Highest
Wed, Sep 20, 2017 | 9:30 – 11am
When the stakes are high, how do you manage your fear, stress and anxiety? Do you feel that fear is holding you back from achieving the success you desire? You will learn how the brain functions when it senses danger, and how to use it to your advantage to leave your competition behind. In this fast paced presentation, participants leave with pragmatic tools to excel when others wilt.
- How to harness our fear
- What happens to your brain when it senses danger
- Practical advise for managing fear
- Perform at your best for that presentation or pitch
2301 Blake Street, Denver, CO 80205
Easy access from I25/I70. Enter building on Park Ave. Best parking: Blake; free 2-hr one side, meters other. Don’t park in Scientology lot or in reserved lot behind building. $5 all-day lot across street, Rockies days excl. We meet in club lounge.
Ron Duren Jr
Ron is an expert on Leadership and Management, two subjects he teaches at the University of Colorado, Boulder. As a direct result of his experience in high pressure events, his area of expertise is high pressure performance. Getting the best out of individuals and teams is his passion.
He spent 18 years as a Mechanical Design Engineer and Project Manager, working for Fortune 500 companies in the data storage industry. He has led global project teams in Europe and Asia and understands the challenges of global business.
Born in Oregon, he has called Colorado home for the past 24 years. He is former semi-professional baseball player and rodeo cowboy. He built an award winning aerobatic airplane and flies it as much as possible, all over the country.
Along with being a certified business coach, he is also a Project Management Professional (PMP), a graduate of Seth Godin’s altMBA program and holds a Masters degree in Engineering Management. In his free time, he is an avid reader of Leadership topics, staying on the cutting edge.