Keynote Presenter and Behavioural Consultant

 

An audience of thousands? A small team dedicated to excellence in advising? Dr. Somers loves engaging with them all! She brings a winning combination of scientific expertise and direct client experience to bear on the challenges faced by advice-givers and change-makers everywhere.

Dr. Somers is a popular speaker and educator. Her talks are hailed for their interesting and actionable fusion of findings from  neuroscience, behavioural economics, positive psychology and behaviour change.

Conference organizers value Moira’s commitment to delivering customized content filled with practical, easy-to-implement recommendations. Many of her sessions¬† are CE eligible.

Keynote Titles Include:

  • Overcoming the Implementation Impasse: Why Good Clients Ignore Great Advice
  • Dementia and Other Hard Things: Safeguarding Your Clients AND Your Practice
  • Advice that Sticks: Helpful Hacks and Cautionary Tales
  • What UHNW Families Need (You) to Know
  • Money, Mental Illness and Well-Being
  • Aftermath: Recovering from Mistakes in the Advisory Relationship
  • The Limits of Willpower (or, Why It All Goes to Hell at the End of the Day)
  • The Bad Habits of Highly Annoying Leaders
  • The Trouble with Transitions: How to Help When Life Packs a Wallop
Here is a brief video of Moira addressing Human Resources professionals about Financial Stress in the Workplace.

Upcoming Engagements

NAPFA

Keynote: The REAL Reasons Clients Seek Advice

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Private Wealth Firm

Workshop: Appreciative Inquiry for Advisors

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Women’s Enterprise Centre

Workshop: Emotionally Intelligent Solutions for Business Advisors

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Past Engagements

Private Wealth Firm

Workshop: Motivational Interviewing for Advisors

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Sudden Money Institute Annual Conference

Presentation: "Tools for Transitions"

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Psychology and Dynamics of Family Business Retreat

Diminishing Capacity: What to Do BEFORE the Fog Rolls In

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Sudden Money Institute

Financial Agreements between Intimate Partners

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