Dr. Sheron C. Patterson

The Crisis Manager

Fees:
In person -$5,000 - $10,000 Virtual $5,000

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Dr. Sheron C. Patterson

Colorful – Competent – Creative – Captivating

Competence

  • Creating Calm before Chaos

    Unfortunately, chaos has become a part of our everyday life. Companies and employees have become targets of disturbed individuals and disgruntled employees that have too often, turned into tragedy.  Since Dr. Sheron, has been the crisis expert that helps companies and organizations to manage their employees during crises, she understands how important it is for companies to have an emotional/mental action plan before the chaos.  In this session, she helps companies prepare for chaos by sharing key strategies to create a preventative action plan.

  • Effectively Leading Your Team Through Crisis

    Have you experienced workplace tragedy, scandals, violence, lawsuits, or pandemic aftermath that has disrupted your workplace environment? Dr. Sheron is the Crisis Manager who can help lead your team through this tumultuous time. As an expert, she has worked with the Dallas Police Department, Methodist Church, organizations, and has been a residential expert for several years for Good Morning Texas to lead people through dark times.  This session was created for leadership teams to help guide, counsel, and work through the challenges of crisis without the company falling apart.

  • “Don’t Just Survive- Thrive”

    “You have cancer!” Hearing those words changed my life forever.  I had become a member of a club that I didn’t ask to join.  Although I was grateful for survival, I knew I wanted to do more, so I learned how to thrive. Dr. Sheron turned her breast cancer diagnosis into a worldwide survival event by deciding that this disease was not just about her, but the millions of others that were in the club.  She created a non- profit that raised thousands of dollars to provide free mammograms, partnered with a hospital to create the “Patterson Pledge”, which encourages health awareness. In this session she teaches participants how to leverage their health circumstances to educate and inspire those around them and shares thriving tips from her book  “ The Blessing and the Bling, How Faith and Fashion Helped Me Survive Breast Cancer.”

    Participants will learn

    • How to make lemonade from lemon like health diagnosis
    • To eliminate the “why me” mindset and embrace the “why not me, mindset
    • How to become a speaker on your health challenge
    • How to partner with area health agencies
    • How to speak on your health challenge to young women

Colorful

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Speaking Demo

Dr. Patterson is a high- profile innovator and thought leader across United Methodism, and in the community. She has preached in United Methodist pulpits nationally and internationally and pastored large, small, old and new congregations.

Dr. Patterson has infused innovation into the ministry of United Methodists across the nation as a prolific author of nine books, and countless articles. Her most recent book on self-leadership has been taught in leadership classes at the seminary level and in the training of hospital executives and law enforcement top brass.

Nationally she has served her denomination as a member of the General Board of Discipleship in Nashville, and as a Communicator for the United Methodist Women (then in New York). Within the North Texas Annual Conference, she chaired the Local Church Concerns Committee, and served on the Dallas South district board of ordained ministry. For seven years she led digital innovation at the North Texas Annual Conference as Director of Communications for the North Texas Annual conference.

In the community Dr. Patterson served as a director on the board of Methodist Health Systems of Dallas and ensured that the lowest and the least were cared for. Currently she is Vice President of the Perkins School of Theology Executive Board, an Adjunct Professor at Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University, and is Vice President of the Black Clergy of North Texas. Dr. Patterson is in her third term as the first African American clergywoman to serve as trustee of Southern Methodist University and Vice President of the Black Clergy of North Texas.

Dr. Patterson is a 13-year survivor of breast cancer. She turned her diagnosis into a Dallas-wide health education event. In partnership with Methodist Health systems she created “The Patterson Pledge” that encouraged women to take responsibility of their health. She raised thousands of dollars to provide free mammograms for low income women by gathering other breast cancer survivors and building Habitat for Humanity homes.

She holds degrees from Spelman College in Atlanta, GA, and Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University, in Dallas, TX. Dr. Patterson and her husband, Robert, have been married 35 years and are the parents of two adult children.

Captivating

Media

  • Relationship Expert/On-air talent, Good Morning Texas television program on WFAA, Channel 8, since 2010
  • Relationship Expert on REJOICE nationally syndicated radio
  • Sunday Morning Drive co-host KRNB radio
  • Columnist- The Dallas Examiner
  • Opinion writer- The Dallas Morning News, The Charlotte Observer

Awards

  • Fierce Female- Advocate Newspaper
  • Woman of the Year- Elite Newspaper
  • She Knows Where She is Going Award— The Women’s Resource Center
  • Community Beacon-National Association of Negro Business Women

Reviews

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