Laura’s Wildfires of Change Keynote
One hot, dry windy day everything Laura Lollar owned was swept away in a Colorado wildfire. The wildfire took two lives, burned over 14,280 acres (over 10,500 football fields) and destroyed 509 houses, including Laura’s historic log cabin home. Until recently it was the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history.
Laura’s Wildfires of Change keynote is gripping, poignant and inspiring. It leaves audiences feeling hopeful that any “trial by fire” can create some positive outcomes. Whether your change is personal or happening in the workplace, this program will give you specific guidance on how to rebound from non-negotiable change.
By the end of this program, participants will have learned:
- a step-by-step approach to navigate change
- why clearing the debris is crucial to recovery
- that people need to tell their own “story”
- how loss can still benefit you in unexpected ways
- the importance of a road map and milestones
- when change starts and when it will end
- why people need certainty and predictability
- the emotional toll change takes on some personality styles
To discuss bringing this program to your organization or next meeting, please contact Laura.
To learn more about the Black Forest Wildfire, please read these stories:
The Colorado Springs Gazette – A Decade Later, Black Forest Wildfire and Mitigation Efforts
The Colorado Springs Gazette – Through the Fire: Black Forest residents recall disaster four years ago