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Travis Lloyd’s story has been shared on stages internationally and in nearly all 50 states. It is a story of overcoming generational cycles of abuse through a mindset shift that was inspired by Just 1 Person at a time. After a journey through foster care and institutions, Travis Lloyd became a powerful advocate for positive systemic change. He understands what it takes to create mindset shifts and truly connect with clients, colleagues, and your own goals. Fostering change through Just 1 Person at a time is a theme that can inspire all types of groups and organizations.
Travis Lloyd’s story started as a youth when receiving services from child welfare and mental health agencies, but it took a drastic turn when he obtained a Bachelor’s of Science and began working in those same systems as a Registered Nurse. This dual perspective allowed him to view these services from a lens that was far beyond his education. After serving as a psychiatric nurse, ER nurse, and Mental Health Mobile Crisis Worker, this perspective opened doors to advocate for organizational change at local, state, and national levels.
RESULTS THAT MATTER
Many who have heard Travis Lloyd speak or read his latest book OVERCOMING EMOTIONAL TRAUMA: Life Beyond Survival Mode have said that his journey is one of a kind “miracle success story.” It’s a story that connects the theories of improving outcomes in organizations and systems of care with practical experiences and tangible action steps. Audiences leave feeling like someone really “gets” them, knowing they matter, and ready to improve outcomes.
Just 1 Person
Just 1 Person is a keynote geared specifically toward those special people who have dedicated their lives to a career that impacts others. Recognizing that such careers often come along with minimal recognition, Travis Lloyd shares both personal and professional stories that remind you of why you chose this path and how much you matter.
Strategic Sharing Panel Facilitation
Much like technology development, creating change in service-providing systems, or any education system, must begin with the end-user in mind. There is no better way to initiate systemic change than holding a panel that showcases the voice of the end-user; service recipients and/or students. Having once been an at-risk youth, and having co-developed an empowerment program, Travis Lloyd takes a unique approach to help panelists express themselves in a productive and engaging way. This approach allows attendees to reflect, absorb, and create a mindset for growth and change. The panel ends with a Q&A where audience members are able to ask all panelists thought-provoking questions to improve their own understanding of issues addressed in the panel.
Audience members will:
- Be empowered to create tangible and lasting changes in their daily work habits
- Self-reflect on past work experiences in a manner that facilitates improving upon the past without feeling shamed or belittled
- Participate in discussions that challenge the status quo in theirprofessions
- Be exposed to ideas for creating systemic and cultural shifts in their workplaces and organizations