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Based on his acclaimed research across seven continents, as well as his national best-selling books, LeaderShock and How We Choose to Be Happy – The 9 Choices of Extremely Happy People, Greg Hicks will show you how to integrate the nine-step FosterHicks system into your life to increase your own physical and emotional well-being and boost your overall effectiveness in both practice and at home.
This experiential and interactive keynote will provide you with eye-opening insights, as well as tools and techniques to:
About the Speaker
Greg Hicks is a pioneer in the research of individual and group well-being and leadership, a national best-selling author and the co-founder of FosterHicks, a company that helps people and organizations achieve success. Since 1995, Greg and partner, Rick Foster, have traveled to all 50 states, 7 continents, and over 70 countries finding and interviewing people and communities that thrive. From their acclaimed research, they developed the FosterHicks system of nine behaviors. Greg and Rick’s first book, How We Choose to Be Happy – The 9 Choices of Extremely Happy People (Penguin Group), became an immediate national bestseller and has been on bestseller lists ever since. Available in 22 languages, it was selected by the Book of the Month Club as one the Best Books of the Year, and was nominated as Best Motivational Book by the prestigious Books for a Better Life. In 2003 Greg wrote LeaderShock – And How to Triumph Over It (McGraw-Hill). Based on the FosterHicks system, it was selected as the #2 best business book by Amazon that year.
Through his energetic and transformational presentations, Greg has inspired people all over the world at large global conferences and has been on the faculties of the American Hospital Association’s Fellowship Programs and the UC Berkeley School of Public Health. He has appeared on numerous national television and radio shows and has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and magazines such as Health, Fitness, Self, Good Housekeeping, Fit, Working Mother, Redbook, Prevention and Readers’ Digest.