United States Leadership Training Expert

Martha Walters
Manchester, United States

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Committed to life-long learning and personal and professional development, I’m passionate about the ripple effect created by developing people—helping individuals become their very best selves, who then pass along those opportunities to others in their lives. Growing up, my parents always encouraged me, with the words “whatever you do in life, make a difference in your corner of the world.” I’ve been privileged to work at that in several “corners” of my world. Now, as a Crestcom licensee, I have the opportunity to engage with leaders and help them improve skills to lead and develop others and their ability to contribute to the culture in their workplace while having a positive impact on the organization’s bottom line.
Prior to joining Crestcom, there were a variety of training and development experiences in both corporate and personal environments; from implementation of software systems to developing staff for children’s educational and adult enrichment programs to sales team support through coordination of training meetings, trade shows and key customer events.
I have a BA in Economics from Whittemore School of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, as well as a certificate in Meeting and Event Management from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts.
I am a food and wine aficionado, love to ski and play golf (especially when playing well!), an indoor cycling instructor, health and fitness enthusiast and mom to four adult sons. I serve on the Board of Directors for Fidelity House Human Services in Lawrence, Massachusetts.

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Overcome Workplace Burnout Through Effective Leadership

Workers around the world are experiencing higher levels of burnout than ever before. A Harvard Business Review survey of 1500 respondents in 46 countries found that 89% of respondents said their work life was getting worse, and 62% of people who were struggling to manage their workloads had experienced burnout “often" or "extremely often" in the previous three months. Burnout can be a costly problem for employers, as it leads to increased sick days, lowered productivity and higher employee turnover. To resolve burnout and prevent it in the future, managers must assess the underlying causes and commit to improving the situation long term. During this session, we'll discuss how leaders can prevent workplace burnout, cope with stress, and improve work/life balance for themselves and their teams.

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Leading in the Hybrid Workplace

2020 and COVID-19 brought rapid disruption to workplaces around the world. The sudden shift to remote work tested most organizations’ ability to adapt and adjust to the next normal. Now leaders are facing the reality that a flexible workplace is here to stay. Microsoft’s 2021 Work Trend Index found that 73% of the 30,000 people surveyed across 31 countries want the option of flexible remote work to continue. However, 65% percent of workers crave more in-person time with colleagues, revealing that the future workplace will likely be made up of hybrid teams with a mix of fully remote, fully in-person, and blended schedule employees being the norm.

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3 Ways to Boost Your Strategic Thinking Skills

Have you ever been told you need to be more strategic? “Strategic Thinking” is a term that often gets bounced around in meetings and performance reviews, but what does it really mean? At its core, strategic thinking is about analyzing opportunities from a broad...

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  • , Manchester, New Hampshire 03103, United States
  • (781) 962-0489

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Overcome Workplace Burnout Through Effective Leadership

Workers around the world are experiencing higher levels of burnout than ever before. A Harvard Business Review survey of 1500 respondents in 46 countries found that 89% of respondents said their work life was getting worse, and 62% of people who were struggling to manage their workloads had experienced burnout “often" or "extremely often" in the previous three months. Burnout can be a costly problem for employers, as it leads to increased sick days, lowered productivity and higher employee turnover. To resolve burnout and prevent it in the future, managers must assess the underlying causes and commit to improving the situation long term. During this session, we'll discuss how leaders can prevent workplace burnout, cope with stress, and improve work/life balance for themselves and their teams.

June 24th, 2021 at 10:00AM ET

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