- Health – Cerebral Palsy
- Not Letting Your Wheelchair Confine You
- Overcoming Adversity: Moving On In Spite of Circumstances
- Real Value Comes Out Of Man’s Inner Being
- Beliefs Dictate Actions
- Correcting the Mind, Confronting the Heart, Connecting with the Soul
- Diversity and Inclusion: Confronting Biases, Stereotypes, And Preconceived Notions
Christopher Coleman was pronounced dead at birth, but miraculously survived. Though he struggles with cerebral palsy, he knows his disability is a gift.
If you want your team to excel, help them look beyond the here-and-now with leadership strategies that will expose and challenge their potential.
Christopher Coleman will have a lasting impact on your team’s performance just as he has contributed to the development of employees and executives at companies such as Coca Cola, Chick-Fil-A, and the Atlanta Falcons.
When Christopher Coleman was born, the doctors said that he would never walk, talk, or think for himself. Now a Professional Keynote Speaker and business owner, Christopher is living proof that adversity doesn’t have to mean being left behind.
Christopher will teach your team how to turn what people see as a chief weakness into an overcoming asset. He will share with your leaders how challenges can be utilized as great strengths.
Your leaders will learn foundational leadership principles that are key in any business environment, such as:
A leader does not have to be in charge to be in control
Discovering the potential of a team requires uncovering the potential of individuals
Leaders don’t make a difference, they are the difference
Leaders never say, “Go do this.” They always say, “Come be a part.”
Effective leaders mentor potential leaders
The only way to maximize your potential is to utilize it
Leading the ship means facing some storms
Leadership is not about impressing your superiors; it’s about enhancing your subordinates
A leader without passion is just a supervisor
A leader never gets the words ‘dedication’ and ‘delegation’ confused
What’s my definition of an unconfined life?
Does it mean ability to walk?
No, it goes much deeper than that. It means ability to soar … ability to be free. It is the experience of a personal, physical, spiritual, professional or financial breakthrough. Most people are confined in one or more of these areas. An Unconfined Life is a personal movement in which the individual presses beyond boundaries in ALL areas of their lives. Living an unconfined life means tearing down walls in all areas of your life. I believe that you are living an Unconfined Life when circumstances do not prevent you from loving others (despite their possible differences), finding a healthy balance, living out your faith, pursuing your dream, and investing in your future.
I know that everyone, at some point, will experience personal, physical, spiritual, professional and financial barriers. And, I understand this is a difficult process to go through, alone. I have good news: You do not have to. I can be right there with you; giving you more insight.
Books by Christopher D. Coleman