For Your Success:
Robert Kutchera is the recipient of a national Title One Grant
for his groundbreaking interpersonal communication research
while teaching two years in a psychology/medical center.
There he developed Cognitive Humor Psychology® .
It's a revolutionary approach to success consisting of four pioneering programs:
In medicine, Adjunctive Therapy means that a secondary treatment is used
to increase the first treatment's efficacy.
Like adding physical therapy after surgery for carpal tunnel,
it improves your chances of typing and playing tennis again.
Also we do it when we want to loose weight: Diet + Exercise.
Because one without the other doesn't keep weight off.
But Robert knew something was missing as an Adjunctive Therapist and Social Psychologist,
because human nature being what it is,
adding an experiential sense of fun for deleted stress in the process, was missing for lasting results.
So he created Cognitive Humor Psychology®
as the third component, to be employed for the workplace, and after work,
to create remarkable success on your own terms.
This involved two years of research with 120 patients and two assistants.
For your workplace success, say in TEAM BUILDING, two behavior disciplines are taken from seven of his concepts,
such as Irresistible Communication® with Time-Released, Stress Reduction™
BECAUSE it first restores dialogue and listening as fun and along with diminished worry.
Then Robert teaches Championship Teamwork™ plus balanced Cognitive Humor® for successful results.
What other speaker shows you how he's going to deliver success
for your meeting-and equally important after, at work?
That's why he's Results Speaker® Robert Kutchera
How It Works:
You know if you can get a person to laugh with you, they like you better.
And remarkable things happen:
Friendship. Work with less drama. Enviable sales, teamwork collaboration. A good place to work.
So How Do You Do It & Hold Their Attention?
Especially where there are more ways and places to communicate, yet teeny-tiny attention spans.
We also know 70% of work is collaborative. So most success doesn't come in isolation.
And in meetings, audiences used to retain 30%, but with personal electronics, it's down to 18%.
What it looks like:
After they hear Cognitive Humor® , they look for the lesson behind the laughs.
And buy into your point. Like:
(Teaching Goal): Definition of a True Friend:
Point): Someone who watches your clothes while you go skinny dipping!
(Rewarding Change): So choose your friends well.
Robert Kutchera is the perceptively connected Cognitive Humorist®.
Instilling rewarding imagination and common sense.
Valuable in reducing barriers to creative thinking and progress.
This is the outstanding way to interact for lucrative prosperity, self-validation, better morale and peace of mind with other individuals. No matter where you are or what you are doing.
It diffuses difficult personalities, opens up thought...makes you the sought-after employee who saves the day. It all starts below...
It comes from sleep deprivation, not wanting to hear more bad news, 'Hurry Sickness', which is a self-protection issue, 'Agenda Anxiety'' (where you're interrupted before you finish speaking), relentless deadlines and data overload. Some of it's fear-based since 9/11, the past recession, but lack of societal optimism overall, messes up motivation and incentive too. The disconnect also affects our ability to think with common sense and balance.
A person's successful internal dialogue is also affected by unproductive multi-tasking.
What Robert Kutchera teaches is how to break the multi-task impasse so you get more done-and win back time. So if you're not getting through, no matter how good the ideas, products or services, there won't be much traction-or allies. And the terrific success you and your team can pull off may never be known.
Here's the shrewd answer:
Robert Kutchera developed Cognitive Humor Psychology® to end the impasse between goals and achievement. Inspiring optimism and fulfilling workplace environments.
That is a significant benefit when you consider 87% of individuals dislike their jobs. Put another way, only 13% are eager and challenged. So what this does is profitably employ all the ways we communicate. That's how your success arrives.
For example, we know non-verbals often close the deal. That's 65% of dialogue. But non-verbals are not necessarily body language. There's more.
Cognitive Humor Psychology® incorporates powerful, persuasive non-verbals in your e-mails so they not only get acted upon, they instill better morale and collaboration in the workplace. And today that's crucial because e-mail is how we most communicate.
Robert Kutchera created Cognitive Humor Psychology® in three years of study and testing at a teaching psychiatric hospital and applied it at two multi-national work environments.
In a world that's distracted by competing messages and data 'ear plugs', nothing is more important than having a good connection. Whether it's for validation or prosperity. Says Robert, "Your effective communication is a unique possession, like your sense of humor...throughout life."
For more than 23 years, Robert Kutchera has presented high content informational programs for Fortune 500 companies in the United States and Latin America. He is also fluent in Spanish, something rare in a national speaker.
Robert Kutchera's lifetime training in achieving outstanding interpersonal communication solutions
makes your work and life after work a home run.
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