Helping You Become the Trusted Leader Everyone Wants to Work With.

Discover how the framework of trauma, trust, and hope is the key to impactful leadership.

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We Help You Become the Trusted Leader Everyone Wants to Work With.

Learn why being a trauma-informed leader changes everything. 

Watch this video to discover why addressing trauma is vital to building trust and changing people's lives.

Have you been wondering why productivity has declined, turnover has increased, and sick days are up? Have you been seeking an answer to the age-old question: Why don't people trust each other anymore?
The answer is simple: toxic stress related to trauma.
We help you learn how to become a trauma-informed leader which is the most important step to building trust with your team, your employees, and your clients.

CHRISTOPHER FREEZE is a retired FBI Special Agent in Charge and former Executive Director of the Mississippi Department of Human Services with nearly 25 years of experience helping aspiring leaders to build trust, develop relationships, and achieve lasting success.

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Begin your journey of building a culture of trust so you can be everyone's trusted leader.

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"Chris Freeze's presentation challenges leadership to be mindful of adverse childhood experiences that may, when left unchecked, create a hostile environment for all involved."

Dr. Phillip BurchfieldExecutive Director, Mississippi Association of School Superintendents


  • Advocating for people who are victims of trauma

  • Providing insight on how trauma invades the workplace and undermines success

  • Training business executives to be inspiring, effective, and trauma-informed leaders

  • Empowering people so they can live their best lives

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