Big Breakfast Charity Event: Speaker – Trish Jenkins
4 September @ 7:00 am - 9:30 am$25.00 – $500
Your Resilience X-Factor
Like you, Resilience expert and business author Trish Jenkins has seen Resilience interpreted many ways. Is it grit? Is a shocking adversity necessary? Does it come from grinding persistence? Phew! Is Resilience as serious and tough as it sounds?
Or is there a different perspective?
With three decades of business, extreme customer service and yes, the sensational shocking set-back and ‘steady climb, rather than “bounce” back’, Trish’s approach is radically different and refreshing.
Trish contends Resilience is neither a teeth gritting effort nor a clever “one-liner”, it’s a lifestyle. It prepares and positions people for turnaround, change and opportunity. What’s more, when it drills down into your X-Factor it will revolutionize how you do life as a leader, team member or customer service champion.
Your Resilience X-Factor empowers you to fearlessly face change, love what you do and Win. Every. Time.
About Trish Jenkins
At the peak of Trish’s success, a business associate stole millions of dollars from clients through a Ponzi scheme. Trish fell in breach of the Corporations Act. Her penalty could have been a fine, but in January 2009, with the world still hemorrhaging from the Global Financial Crisis, Trish was sentenced to 8 months in prison.
Trish drew on five keys to tap into resilience and discovered the power of the Resilience X- Factor. Not only did it protect her mental ecosystem in a polluted world, it influenced around her. The workplace is a much nicer environment than prison, (unless you are a prison officer). If these keys released resilience in the darkest of places, how much more will they work in the “real world” where a stab in the back doesn’t put you in hospital?
On returning home to her husband and three little girls, Chelsea, then aged 11 and twins Felicity and Olivia aged 7, Trish had to decide between what the world said about her and what her family needed. PTSD, anxiety and depression beckoned her to stay in bed for the rest of her life. Yet loved ones had also suffered and deserved the best wife and mother she could be.
Who knew her journey back would strengthen her family and overtake her previous success to the point of well-respected international speaker and author?