NOV 4-7, 2017 / Washington DC

Conference

Closing Keynote: Happy, Healthy, High-Performers!: The Keys to Resilience at Work & Home

Happiness is a choice that yields big dividends - personally and professionally. This presentation combines practical advice from cutting-edge research in health psychology with common-sense lessons learned from 60,000 hours of counseling experience with 7,000 high-performing people and consultation with 400 leading corporations. (Plus, Dr. Sotile sprinkles in a good dose of Cajun humor!) The Sotiles' model for keeping the flame alive at work and home has national television and corporate audiences throughout the country raving. Come and learn how being a hero at work and home go hand-in-hand, and find out how you can do it!

Wayne Sotile

Dr. Sotile is a pioneer in the fields of health psychology, resilience, and work/life balance for high performing people. He is one the world’s most seasoned clinicians specializing in life coaching for physicians.

A former faculty member of the Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Dr. Sotile served for more than thirty years as director of psychological services for the Wake Forest University cardiac rehabilitation program and as Co-Director of Sotile Psychological Associates, in Winston-Salem. He has received lifetime career achievement awards from the American Academy of Medical Administrators and from the American Association of Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.

Dr. Sotile’s solution-focused life coaching process emphasizes practical applications of evidence-based findings from the combined fields of resilience, positive psychology, marriage/family systems, and adult developmental psychology.