Dr. Daniel Twogood graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 1973 with a bachelors degree in Physical Education. While there he lettered for four years in springboard diving. After working for six years as a manager in a grocery warehouse, he went back to school and graduated as a Chiropractor in 1983. He began practicing at the International Sports Medicine Institute in 1983 where he treated many of te athletes in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. He opened his own practice in Apple Valley, California in 1985 and it was there that he made the discoveries that prompted four books on chronic pain. His latest book is "Chronic Pain Gone 90 Days." The title is self explanatory, and not some grandiose claim.
He spent 30 years employed by The Montana Power Company – 15 as a corporate officer and six as its EVP and COO. He also served eight years as a Montana state senator. So Jack knows the utility industry well, from the trenches to the executive offices. He also understands the legislative and administrative policy leadership areas of state government quite well.
Mike Margolies specializes in emotional intelligence and the mental game that challenges us every day. Having worked extensively with professional and elite athletes for over three decades, Mike has helped thousands of people just like you incorporate the mindset of a champion. Whether you are building a new team or helping your current team enhance performance, Mike has a program that will help you get there. Let him guide you in an entertaining way to the Next Level of performance with your organization or on the field
Mildred Muhammad is an award-winning national/international keynote speaker on the issues of domestic abuse/violence, International Consultant for the US Department of State, certified consultant for the Office for Victims of Crime, CNN Contributor, and domestic abuse survivor/advocate.
Her critically-acclaimed memoir, "Scared Silent...when the one you love, becomes the one you fear", which was published by Simon and Schuster, tells the story of her emotionally abusive marriage to John Allen Muhammad, the convicted and executed DC Sniper. While telling her story, she takes you through her ordeal of having her children taken away by him for 18 months, not knowing if or when she would see her children again. During the incident of the shootings in DC, law enforcement told her what they failed to tell the world. and that is...she was the intended target.
Sara L. Stein, M.D., is an Integrative and Bariatric Psychiatrist and Functional Medicine physician, physician leader, author, speaker, and teacher at Stein Wellness Centers in Cleveland, OH. Dr. Stein specializes in integrating treatment of chronic illness, obesity, wellness, stress management, work issues, life-balance, mind-body-spirit, and depression and aging into individual and corporate wellness. She was the recipient of the Kaiser Permanente 2010 Humanitarian Award for Community Service for her work on obesity and community health and wellness and the 2011 Crain's Cleveland Physician Hero Award. She is among the top 25 Twitter doctors, with a passion for Healthcare Social Media, and disseminating good medical information online.
Sherry O’Brian, LCSW, NBCCHt, DCEP is a speaker, author & psychotherapist who has assisted thousands of individuals within her workshops, groups, and private practice to transform their pain into possibility. The inspiration behind her book "Peaks and Valleys: Integrative Approaches for Recovering From Loss" is her passion to provide a larger audience with these tools of transformation.
Behavioral and competency-based interview assessments of key employees, overall assessment and recommended targeted interventions to upper management, group and individual business skill-building/strategy designing on conflict resolution, effective communication, mutual support, functional leadership and team building.