DR RED SHOE
SOLVES PEOPLE PROBLEMS
MEET DR MARGARITA GURRI, CSP
SPEAK | COACH | TRAIN
What is a Red Shoe Attitude?
A Red Shoe Attitude brings out the best in everyone through conflict, crisis, and ethical challenges.
Face life's challenges and joys with accountability and grace. Let's make civility go viral.
Red Shoe Story
When the Gurri family left Cuba for the USA with one suitcase and $5 per person, mother Beba wore fashionable red shoes to leave as she lived. For four-year-old Margarita, those red shoes magically transformed the power of conflict into leadership with courage, humor, and grace.
Why Red Shoe?
To honor her parents, Dr. Gurri wore red shoes when she spoke. Soon, audiences were calling her Dr. Red Shoe. The name stuck.
Margarita Gurri, PhD, CSP, is a Misbehavior Expert who solves people problems. Dr. Red Shoe is a seasoned consultant, global speaker, rusty black belt, and new blacksmith. Leaders and teams in business, education, healthcare, government, military, and emergency response rely on Dr. Gurri’s insight, humor, and wisdom as she teaches the mindsets, habits, and communication skills needed for productive, profitable, ethical work; and happy, healthy relationships.
Credentials. A licensed psychologist, Certified Speaking Professional™, Certified Virtual Presenter, Certified Virtual Event Professional, and Community Emergency Response Team instructor, Dr. Gurri is sought-after for her discretion and content-rich, fun approach to change via keynotes, training, retreats, advising-coaching, incident debriefs, podcasts, books, and event hosting.
Author of Color Me Difficult, The Ethical Speaker, Trilogy of Anger, La Trilogía de la Ira, True North Reflections for Military Moms, True North Reflections for Military Couples, and co-author of The Happiness Recipe.
Podcast Host of The Rabbi and The Shrink: Everyday Ethics Unscripted with Rabbi Yonason Goldson to deal with people in a civil, gracious, and kind manner; and the Healthy, Happy, Yummy Project.
Why the Red Shoes? When the Gurri family left Cuba for the USA, mother Beba wore fashionable red shoes as a quiet sign of strength. For four-year-old Margarita, those red shoes magically transformed the power of conflict with courage, humor, and grace.
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