Coping with Change (Change is inevitable; growth is optional)
Michael tells us – in a funny and yet informative way – that we need to deal with an uncertain environment, sometimes by actually making fear work for us. Whether the change is organizational or personal, we can find opportunity and learn from it. And we can lead people through it.
Intelligent Stress and How to Use It
Believe it or not, stress should be the greatest resource we have today, says Michael Clarkson. With strategies, we can dump needless fears and focus on the real ones in order to make worry intelligent and even productive at work and at home. Michael, a leading authority on fear and a recovering worry-wart himself, says that through strategies, we can actually harness stress as an ally in day-to-day life and even exploit it as an achievement tool – as a small percentage of high achievers do.
Mental Health Issues and Work-Life Balance
How to Cope and Communicate With A Parent Battling Dementia
How Your Organization can Use the Media
Using his award-winning experience, Michael shows us how to tap into local, provincial and national media to benefit your organization. A daily newspaper reporter for 37 years, lastly with the Toronto Star, Clarkson recounts his fascinating investigations of police, government and health issues and interviews with recluse J. D. Salinger, The Queen of England and Ted Turner.
Inducted to Canadian Basketball Alumni Association Hall of Fame | Builders Category
U.S. National Health Reporting, Finalist | Bad Medicine
National Newspaper Awards, Winner Sports Writing | Effects of AIDS in Male Figure Skating
National Newspaper Awards, Winner, Sports Writing | The Hap and Paul Emms Story
Centre for Investigative Journalism, Winner A Study of a Sex Scandal
Pulitzer Prize Nomination - Newspapers | A Rendezvous with J. D. Salinger