Change can be both powerful and painful. While inevitable, it often involves risks that many don’t want to take. The reality is, change comes with questions.
Whether you’re experiencing change in your own life, your organization, or influencing social or political change, the same principles apply. In order to cultivate innovation, remain ‘change-ready’, and earn the confidence of others we must learn to spot the difficulties before they arise while not fearing the ‘what-if’ scenarios that may never materialize.
Anna Maria Tremonti has spent her career at the forefront of Canadian and world events. She sees the patterns in how our world is evolving, anticipates what will make an impact, resonate with humanity, and the resulting chain reactions that will shape our future. Drawing from both her personal experience & the lessons she’s learned through her interviews with others, she will shed light on pursuing growth and questioning the status quo.
- Skills to assess risk and rationalize fear
- How to carry on through failure while pursuing growth
- How to find opportunities and reimagine success in the face of change
Listeners from around the world were privileged to listen to Anna Maria Tremonti’s compelling interviews each & every day on Canada’s most popular radio program, “The Current” for almost 2 decades. She has the gift of tackling everything from the politics of the day, to the changes that affect our society, to the stories of individuals whose personal journeys and traumas affect us all. Without a doubt, every dedicated listener has been consistently moved and inspired by Anna Maria’s genuine approach to interviewing.
A masterful storyteller, Tremonti delivers talks that touch the human spirit and captivate audiences.
After 17 years at the helm and as a two-time Gemini Award winner, now Anna Maria is taking a leap into the world of digital communication with a new way of telling stories and sharing ideas, through original podcasts that will illuminate, challenge and surprise. She launched “Welcome to Paradise” a very personal podcast which showed that even though she’s travelled to conflict zones, none were as immediately threatening as what she experienced at home. It’s ‘a profoundly intimate portrait of a powerful woman confronting the source of tremendous pain and trauma and, remarkably, freeing herself from a life-long sense of shame.’
Anna Maria is also a former foreign correspondent and war correspondent who spent close to a decade covered international affairs posted in Berlin, London, Jerusalem and Washington. Her ongoing coverage of major international stories includes the breakup of the former Soviet Union, the war in Bosnia, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the politics of the Arab world, Europe and the United States. She also has extensive experience covering Canadian federal and provincial politics.
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