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Any group looking for inspiration around the difficult issues of workplace drama, personality clashes, and difficult conversations will find it with Dr. Nate Regier. Within moments, audiences of hundreds or thousands will connect with Nate’s masterful storytelling and candid transparency. He takes each group through a journey of awareness, insight, hope, and practical strategies to immediately put learning into action.
Nate’s mission is to shift the balance of energy in the world by spreading the message of compassionate accountability—a message that is resonating loudly with audiences across the globe, in every industry and profession.
As the son of missionary parents who brought tribal leaders together in Africa, a PhD psychologist, a PCM Certifying Master Trainer, a leadership advisor, father, and successful business owner, Dr. Regier makes magic with his mix of deep knowledge, curiosity, passion, and most importantly, real-world hard knocks. Nate’s not afraid to get honest, challenge old habits, and have a lot of fun in the process!
Dr. Nate Regier on The Compassion Mindset
Dr. Nate Regier on “Keynote Speaking”
Dr. Nate Regier Speaking
Endorsement from Korey McMahon
Buy Nate’s New Book
The Compassion Effect
Leaders want to make a difference and are often drained by people problems. The Compassion Effect will inspire your audience and give them hope for higher levels of connection and engagement.
Conflict Without Casualties
Conflict isn’t the problem. Distinguish drama from compassion, and learn how to apply compassionate accountability to transform relationships and communication.
The Positives Behind Negative Attention
Most negative distress behavior stems from unmet positive needs. What are they, and how can you turn negative energy into positive contribution?
Listen to Nate’s Reflections
Dr. Nate Regier on “Going Big”
Dr. Nate Regier on “Living It”
Dr. Nate Regier on “Conflict”
Dr. Nate Regier on “Living Up to Potential”
Dr. Nate Regier on “The Store”
Dr. Nate Regier on “Leading Out of Drama”
Dr. Nate Regier on “Compassion”