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Dr. PBJ Speaks

Let me light up the room

Signature Workshops

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Disrupting Burnout

Just three years ago, burnout caused me to walk away from a career I spent more than 20 years building with no idea what I would do next. 

 

Today I take every opportunity I can to share my remedy for burnout with others who find themselves left with nothing more to give.

Productivity and employee retention are at critically low levels because our team members do not know how to accomplish the work without sacrificing their own wellbeing.  My message is for servant leaders who struggle through cycles of overwhelm, burnout, and compassion fatigue.

Here’s the good news, Friend.  You do not have to quit the job you love. You do not have to hit rock bottom. You can disrupt cycles of burnout now so you can serve from the heart without jeopardizing your own wellbeing. 

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Managing Team
Capacity

The requirements continue to change and institutional expectations increase.  Your team members are giving their all, but not experiencing much progress.  They feel exhausted list hamsters on an ever-changing wheel.

How are you working so hard, but not moving forward?  In order to harness team energy and see real results, you must manage team capacity.

In this session, Dr. Patrice Buckner Jackson (Dr. PBJ) will facilitate an interactive experience where teams collaborate to establish a foundation of connection and communication while practicing a new model for managing personal and department capacity. In this workshop, participants will learn and demonstrate a locus of control model that will identify priorities and focus work effort toward documented progress.

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Leading with Civility

The “Leading with Civility” presentation is impactful through its simplicity, life-changing in its practicality, and timely for contemporary culture. This presentation will call each participant to accountability to the impact they bring to your organization.  Each participant will be challenged to assess their words and personal perspectives in order to build a more caring and compassionate work culture.  This message will encourage introspection and foster connections within your community.

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Discover your Brilliance

This presentation is perfect for your students and other professionals who are searching for their place of significance in your organization. Fulfillment and motivation are intrinsic qualities that flourish when a person lives in alignment with their purpose. In this session, I will ignite a new fire of dedication and engagement within your team and challenge participants to look deeper than their major, career choice, job description, and job title to identify their irreplaceable, unique, innate value.

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Available to serve as:

Conference Keynote
Leadership Trainer
Breakout Session Speaker
Panelist

What our clients say-

Dr. Shirleatha Dunlap
Dean and Professor
Mary Black College of Nursing
University of South Carolina Upstate

What our clients say-

Dr. Natalie Reckard
Committee Chair for SEAHO 2023

What our clients say-

Rev. Jonathan Fuller
Virginia Commonwealth University

Who I work with:

Keynote Speeches:
Workshops and Training:
  • Georgia Southern University

  • Virginia Commonwealth University

  • College of Wooster

  • Southeastern Association of Housing Officers

  • Georgia Housing Officers

  • Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry

  • South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Mathematics

  • The Association of Graduate and Professional Administrators at The Ohio State University

  • Texas Academic Advising Network

  • University of Kentucky

  • Stanford University

  • Idaho State University

  • University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill

  • University of North Carolina- Greensboro

  • New Teacher Center

  • Savannah Chatham County Public School System

  • Augusta University

  • North Carolina A&T University

  • Emory University Hospital

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