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Carla Rieger

Carla Rieger is an expert at communications that break down barriers between people. She is a professional speaker, facilitator, humorist, and performance storyteller. Carla Rieger is an author of four books and a regular writer for several...

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Carla Rieger Travels from Canada
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Carla Rieger's Biography

Carla Rieger is an expert at communications that break down barriers between people. She is a professional speaker, facilitator, humorist, and performance storyteller.
Carla Rieger is an author of four books and a regular writer for several publications. She specializes in helping people form creativity habits that allow them to stay in high performance states, especially during change, challenge and conflict.
She began her career in with one of the largest teambuilding organizations in the US in the mid 1980’s. Since then she has spoken to over 1500 groups internationally of up to 4000 people. She is now the director of The Artistry of Change, a Vancouver-based consulting firm that specializes in using creative thinking to manage change. In addition Carla Rieger has been the artistic director of a several Theatre speakers troupes and has toured in her own one-woman show.
Ironically, on a recent trip to Europe she did some family research. She discovered that she is related to King James the 2nd of England on one side of the family and a band of carnival Gypsies on the other. Her life calling to help leaders have more fun and be more creative is clearly in her DNA.
Carla Rieger’s work as both a speaker and performer has been featured on radio, TV and in magazines. As a frequent presenter before all types of organizations in North America, Europe, The Middle East and India, Carla helps them stay on their creative edge.

Speaking Topics Include

The Power of Laughter Is your working environment too serious?
Celebrate for Success Did you have some great accomplishments this year, but forgot to celebrate?
Specific, individual recognition is both powerful and long-lasting.
Teamplay
Learn how to instil the five basic self-mastery skills in your team members, so they can keep the ball rolling.
Captivate Your Audience Do you have to give presentations as part of your job or to market yourself?
Discover how to get to the heart of your presentation quickly, and to speak to people's hearts.
Creative Resolutions
You can never come to a real level of trust with another individual until you have safely navigated conflict together.
How to Get Your Grouch Potato Off the Sofa: 7 1/2 Ways to Lighten Up Challenging Customers, Co-workers (or even yourself).