1) FULL LIFE BALANCE (FLB)
Overview: This is the foundational Full Life Balance Productive Wellness training based on the book, Full Life Balance: The Five Keys to the Kingdom (How to Live Better Every Day!). It is designed to provide easy to follow tips and routines to help a person become more productive by becoming more balanced spiritually, physically, emotionally, professionally and charitably. Wellness is generally used to mean a healthy balance of the mind, body and spirit that results in an overall feeling of well-being. However, Full Life Balance’s Productive Wellness definition includes one’s professional and charitable components. Attendees leave with a heightened appreciation of how seemingly little steps, if done daily, can bring about substantive life changes.
2) FULL WEALTH MANAGEMENT SEMINARS: (FWM)
Overview: This seminar gives a fresh look at the wealth management landscape. It looks at the traditional concepts of financial planning such as ‘needs based analysis’, buy and hold, asset allocation, diversification and financial forecasting in a way that the average person will understand. We look at how concepts have performed for the average investor. We then suggest ways to improve financial footing by changing the focus to asset preservation, cash flow, debt management, tax planning and wealth transfer. Most participants will find something in this seminar that they can use that day to improve their financial outlook.
Overview: This training provides specific tips to help address the fastest growing crime in the United States today: Identity Theft/Fraud. We give an overview of the scope of the problem, what techniques are used by the criminals, suggestions reduce the chances of becoming a victim and what to do if it happens to you.
3) KEYNOTE SPEAKING
When considering a Corporate Trainer for your next corporate or organization event,
William K. Wesley’s Full Life Balance Productive Wellness Keynotes, Training and Top Performance Coaching may be your answer. William’s system focuses on proven techniques that will not only engage your team but improves employee Attitude, Productivity, Stress and Change Management, as well as Teamwork.
From his early years in the housing projects of San Francisco, William took the hard lessons of self-reliance, determination, and struggle to become a Top Performance Coach. He forged a life that has inspired thousands. William imparts easy-to-follow life transforming tips that can help you be well, work smart and have fun on the road to increased productivity and success in your business and personal life!
William has delivered dozens of keynote presentations and trainings to corporations, institutions and organizations. His list of clients include T-Mobile, Kaiser, Merrill Edge, Anaspec, the YMCA and more.
4) HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE STUDENT SEMINARS
Overview: Full Life Balance training with an emphasis on self-esteem, self-development and career identification. We also incorporate topics such as “Importance of Education”; “The Difference Between an A versus a C Student”; “Three Tips to be a Better Reader” into each training.
(Custom seminars and workshops are available.)
Overview: What’s a Stock? What’s a Bond? What’s a Mutual Fund? What is the ‘Rule of 72’? These and many other basic investing questions are posed, described and answered in this engaging, hands-on workshop. We use the call and response method to impart most topics. Students will leave the workshops with a functional knowledge of the basics of the major investment markets and the financial instruments involved.
Overview: We teach the basics of budget and credit principles through hands-on exercises including crafting individual personalized budgets. We discuss credit reports and credit scores. We also discuss, compare and contrast banks versus check-cashing businesses and debit card versus credit cards.
5) CORPORATE TRAINING
Overview: This training is based on the wellness book, Full Life Balance: The Five Keys to the Kingdom (How to Live Better Every Day!). NOTE: Productive Wellness training is essentially the foundational FLB training BUT it is designed to demonstrate how wellness and productivity are intimately interrelated. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), “Wellness programs increase productivity in a variety of interconnected ways, such as stress reduction, increased employee morale and reduced “presenteism” –a phenomenon where employees show up for work but cannot perform at full capacity or productivity for health reasons.” In addition, The South Dakota Department of Health reports that “reducing just one health risk in the workplace increases productivity by 9 percent.”
With these and many other study results in mind, FLB Productive Wellness provides easy to follow tips and routines to help a person become more balanced spiritually, physically, emotionally, professionally and charitably and provides a “Five Weeks to Full Life Balance” platform, with a follow-up refresher training scheduled at the end of the fifth week.
And as with basic FLB training, attendees leave with a heightened appreciation of how seemingly little steps, if done daily, can bring about substantive personal and professional life changes.
Overview: This training teaches the application in formal organizations of the principles of management: staffing, planning, organizing, controlling and leading as well as management concepts of motivation, morale and communications.
Attendees are introduced to the management principles and the application of these core concepts to business situations. They are shown the managerial decision-making process and discuss the role of social responsibility, ethics, motivation, morale and communication in making business decisions.
Overview: This training improves communication skills in various management situations such as interviewing, oral presentations, group leadership and decision-making. Attendees develop an awareness of the dynamics of communication and interactive activity including personality dynamics, and different means of engaging diverse views and audiences. Attendees will improve interpersonal skills including networking ability, group meeting skills, and facilitation of effective meetings. Attendees will also increase their informative and persuasive presentation skills.
It’s been said that most people would rather be in the coffin than deliver the eulogy because they are that afraid of public speaking. And I understand it. Putting yourself out there, sharing with strangers could create a lack of self confidence. The spotlight effect (being the center of attention), putting your strengths and/ weaknesses on display in public–all can make speaking nerve racking. In fact, 74 percent of Americans have glossophobia (the fancy word for a fear of public speaking).
Well, I created Top Performance Speaking to help get you out of the coffin. I’ve delivered over 300 presentations with nearly 1,000 folks is some of my audiences. We teach not only the basics of a good presentation, but also discuss and explore the secrets of top speakers.