Allison Graham is on mission to inspire professionals to master resilience, so that they can better navigate change, lower unnecessary and unhealthy stress, and use their obstacles to propel their success, rather than stall their progress.

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Allison’s Area of Expertise

EVERYDAY RESILIENCE

Allison has been speaking to audiences since 2006. She proved her talent for engaging audiences and creating impact long after her speech through her foundational work teaching networking and business development. Her content has been the catalyst for millions of dollars in new business.

Realizing that tactics aren’t enough to be successful and what’s more critical is a person’s ability to deal with challenges, she empowers professionals to master resilience with her innovative Resiliency Ninja frameworks.

Her passion and depth of knowledge on the topic of resilience was inspired during a difficult decade. Frustrated with trite and typical advice, Allison set out to find answers about how to truly master resilience. It was this process that led to develop her signature concepts that she now shares with audiences across North America. 

Married My Mom, Birthed a Dog: How to Be Resilient When Life Sucks!

Don’t let the title throw you!  This book is jammed with fresh and relevant concepts that are positively impacting people across the globe. It’s inspiring people to rise above unwanted change, life’s adversity and the obstacles they face, like a Resiliency Ninja!

From Business Cards to Business Relationships: Personal Branding and Profitable Networking Made Easy.

The complete guide to master professional relationships. Published by John Wiley and Sons Ltd, it has been used as a textbook for business schools and as a standard for networking performance for some of North America’s most discerning companies.

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