Stop Global Whining
The fact is: we are all forced to do more with less – fewer staff, declining resources, and 40 hours of stuff to do in a 24-hour day. This can really wear us down! What to do? Sure you can waste energy complaining, but how productive is that!? Be part of the solution, not part of the problem. Christine will share the secret to getting what you want with what you’ve got, and she’ll show you that you have what it takes right now to make a difference in your workplace and your life. This is the perfect program to kick-start any event!
Why Can't Everybody Get Along?
With her incredibly humorous and relatable style, Christine gives you the tools to identify, understand and approach conflict creatively. Learn the secrets to defuse anyone in any situation, blow off steam before you boil over, and bring peace to all across the land. This conflict and teamwork program is a wonderful interactive break-out session.
Extreme Humor Makeover
It’s the Fun Factor: How to boost productivity, lower stress, and understand people better than ever. Get ready to bring more fun into your work day, as expert speaker and motivator Christine Cashen brings you this fast-paced, entertaining program. You’ll discover the keys to having more fun, improving productivity and morale, while at the same time lowering stress and improving job satisfaction! This program is ideal for an opening keynote to energize the audience or the perfect closing keynote to end your conference with a bang!
Get What You Want With What You've Got!
We are all being asked to do more with less. Join Christine is her worldwide campaign to “STOP GLOBAL WHINING”. You have what it takes right now to make a difference. This interactive program gives you the tools to get the absolute best with what you’ve got! After this program you will:
Join Christine to laugh and learn as she shows you the way. You can get what you want both personally and professionally!
Christine Cashen delivers a fast-paced, hilarious program with useful content that makes her a sought after speaker worldwide. For more than 15 years, she has jazzed an amazing variety of audiences throughout the United States, Canada, South Africa and Australia. Christine is an authority on sparking innovative ideas, handling conflict, reducing stress and energizing employees.
Before hitting the speaking scene, Christine was a university admissions officer, corporate trainer and broadcaster. Hey — she even votes. Christine holds a Bachelors Degree in Communication and a Masters Degree in Adult Education. She is a member of the National Speakers Association and is a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP).
In July of 2014, Christine was inducted into the National Speakers Association, CPAE Speaker Hall of Fame®, Admission into the CPAE Speaker Hall of Fame is a lifetime award for speaking excellence and professionalism. Inductees are evaluated by their peers through a rigorous and demanding process. Each candidate must excel in seven categories: material, style, experience, delivery, image, professionalism and communication.
What makes her unique is the “real” factor. Whether talking about her “hottie engineer” husband, her pet peeves or growing up in an Italian/Irish household, audiences always relate to her experiences, struggles and lessons. She combines a down-to-earth attitude with a colorful artistic streak. Comments such as “I feel like I’ve known her forever,” “we must take her back to our workplace” and “it felt as if Christine was speaking directly to me,” are a testament to her effectiveness and style.
Christine is the author of The Good Stuff: Quips & Tips on Life, Love, Work and Happiness, which was named motivational book of the year by the Next Generation Indie Book Awards. She has also been featured as a creativity expert in HOW Designs at Work magazine. Her learning resources also include: Get What You Want With What You’ve Got DVD, The Fun Factor DVD, The Good Stuff CD Audio Book and Why Can’t Everybody Just Get Along CD.
Christine resides in Dallas with her husband, their two children and Murphy, the chocolate lab.