New Workplace Dynamics Create a New Need in Corporate, Business Training, “How to Deal with Adversity!”

Companies that provide such training and development for their employees could indeed provide a competitive advantage for themselves, while driving topline sales, and minimizing unnecessary costs of employee turnover.

In our fast-paced, ever-evolving world, where change is becoming the norm, learning skills on “how to deal with adversity” in the workplace is greatly needed. Companies that provide such training and development for their employees could indeed provide a competitive advantage for themselves, while driving topline sales, and minimizing unnecessary costs of employee turnover.

In his newly released book, In Defense of Adversity: Turning Your Toughest Challenges Into Your Greatest Success, Steve Gavatorta provides fundamentals that can help employees not only learn “how to deal with adversity” but to also thrive in the face of it.

About Steve Gavatorta

Steve Gavatorta, owner of the Steve Gavatorta Group, specializes in empowering individuals and organizations in identifying, developing, and exceeding performance goals. Steve’s had the privilege of coaching and training thousands of high performers in industries including pharmaceuticals, medical equipment, healthcare, consumer packaged goods, finance, media, and advertising. From small businesses on the move to Fortune 500 companies, Steve collaborates with organizations to build foundations, set goals, and eclipse their highest potential.

Steve is a Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst (CPBA) and Certified Professional Values Analyst (CPVA), a certified Myers-Briggs practitioner, and accredited to coach and train for Emotional Intelligence (EQ). He enjoys martial arts, practicing Muay Thai, Brazilian jiu-jitsu and yoga, and traveling to new places to recharge his batteries. Steve currently resides in Tampa, Florida.

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