The Andrew Shatte keynote speeches look at the importance of building meaningful connections, and explain how to sustain love and happiness in our everyday lives. He holds a Ph.D in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, and has conducted extensive research in the areas of performance, motivation, and thinking styles on resilience. He is the Founder and President of the Phoenix Life Academy. Shatte is devoted to examining the psychological aspects so that he can develop appropriate programs to aid people in various industries to achieve success and mindfulness. In fact he is the originator of the fleet resilience training programs that are provided to children and adults alike, all over the world.
Shatte has given over 1000 keynote speeches to corporate audiences, and is also part of the Brookings Institution where he delivers speeches to large-scale audiences such as the Homeland Security, the CIA and Department of Defense. From 2000 to 2006 Shatte was an Assistance Professor of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania and in that time he was awarded as the best professor by the students in 2003 and he also received the Dean’s award for distinguished teaching in 2006. In 2002, Shatte co-wrote a book titled ‘The Resilience Factor,’ which was released by Random House in 2010. The Andrew Shatte keynote speeches provide valuable information that is pertinent to personal and professional psychological growth.