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Henry Lescault is a behavioral change expert (Coach and Facilitator) with 30 years of experience in the field of human potential and effectiveness. Henry has spent his life studying and working in the field of human behavior as a professional law enforcement officer, trainer and facilitator, counselor, workplace conflict mediator and professional coach. He has a bachelor's degree in sociology, and a master's degree in executive coaching from Queens University's McColl School of Business, a leadership coaching and facilitation certification from Georgetown University, and is certified to administer a variety of different assessments including the Clifton Strengths Finder, MBTI and FIRO-B, as well as the EQ-i 2.0 for Emotional and Social Intelligence. In 2011, he published a book on presentation skills and personal/professional presence entitled, Present with Power, Punch, and Pizzazz.
How I use the HeartMath System
As a professional Law Enforcement officer at the State/Local and Federal level, I have used HeartMath in a variety of situations. HeartMath has always helped me maintain a clear head and laser like focus during some extremely high risk operations while working undercover and later as a Tactical/Special Weapons Operator and Medic. Later in my career, as a Senior Leader in my organization, I utilized HeartMath to help me create space between stimulus and response, excel in difficult conversations/communications, maintain a calm presence during high stress critical incidents, and help me build my resilience in order to successfully deal with toxic people in my personal and professional life.
I currently use the HeartMath system in all of my client interactions as a professional coach, facilitator and mediator. Whether I'm facilitating a team with FranklinCovey or through my own company, I find that HeartMath is the best way to bridge the gap between emotion and behavior, not only for myself, but to illustrate and teach my clients the irrefutable ties between their emotions (depleting and renewing), their behavior and ultimately their results.