Dr. gloria wrightgloria wright, Ph.D.

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Dr. gloria wright will challenge and teach your audience to transform potential into peak performance.

Customized to address your specific needs, gloria’s workshops, seminars and keynotes are packed with powerful ideas and proven techniques that you can use to increase productivity, improve your work environment and achieve your goals.

gloria wright is THE expert on building and managing personal and work relationships that encourage peak performance, reduce stress and turnover, and support the achievement of personal and organizational goals. Her programs feature wit and wisdom gleaned from 20 years “in the trenches” as a management consultant, trainer and personal performance coach. She holds a Ph.D. in Human Resource Development, with an emphasis on management, as well as advanced degrees in counseling and psychological services.

Listed in “Who’s Who in the South and Southwest” and “The World’s Who’s Who of Women,” gloria wright is on the Board of Advisors for Today’s Atlanta Woman magazine. She is a graduate of Leadership Gwinnett and a member of the American Society for Training and Development, the Georgia and National Speakers Associations, the Milligan College Board of Trustees and Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society.

gloria is currently writing a book about managing relationships to achieve peak performance. Her work has been published in newspapers, magazines and trade publications. And she is the author of a desktop book, Call to Action: How Winners Set and Achieve Goals.

Are You Flourishing or Just Getting By?

Dr. William Larkin, from Applied NeuroScience Institute, has summarized some wonderful tips for creating and maintaining a flourishing life. ┬áHe recently pointed out that, with the help of medical researchers, anthropologists, demographers and epidemiologists, Dan Buettner identified nine characteristics commonly found among the world’s longest-lived people. These are the “Blue Zones” of thriving and flourishing. …

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Reactions: A Thermometer for Our State of Mind.

December 2014 Newsletter Dr. gloria wright You may or may not have realized that I’ve missed a couple of months sending a newsletter. “I wasn’t up to it” is putting it mildly. After emergency surgery the end of October, I was “laid up,” as we say in the South. (Details are on my Facebook.) What …

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