Simply Bee Performance Experts


3 Ways To Perform More Confidently At Work

Hosted by Audrey Grunst, MSW and Eric Stevenson, LPC


Learn How To

Feel confident and authentic at work.

Learn How To

Stop overthinking and become more productive.

Learn How To

Stay cool and calm even under pressure.

Simply Bee Performance Experts

Let Us Help You Perform Your Best

When we think of performing, many of us think of singing, dancing, acting or competing in sports. But performance is a huge part of working at an office job or as an educator in the classroom. Just like the performance arts mentioned above, it takes practice and work
to perfect your performance at work.

Confidence and productivity come naturally to some, but for others, they might need a bit more coaching. If you feel confident and motivated in your personal life but like you’re not performing to your best ability at work, we can help you overcome this roadblock. Common confidence issues at work stem from worrying about looking or sounding incompetent, the fear of embarrassing yourself or the desire to maintain that perfect image/reputation in the eyes of your co-workers and boss.

It’s not hard to believe that it’s difficult to perform well in the workplace, classroom, stage or sports arena when you’re constantly walking on eggshells around our co-workers. When we constantly overthink and obsess over perfection, we don’t let our true abilities or selves shine. This can be exhausting, extremely stressful and completely unsustainable over time.

Our Performance Coaches at Simply Bee work with clients every day to channel the motivation, creativity and confidence they tend to have in their personal life and apply it to their performance at work, whether that’s in an office, classroom or on a stage or sports court. It’s time to be, do and feel your best at work!

Meet The Experts

Audrey Grunst, MSW, CCM

Audrey Grunst is the owner and therapist at Simply Bee. Audrey earned her MSW at Loyola University Chicago in 2011 and is certified in Change Management from Lake Forest Graduate School of Management. Audrey combines over 10 years of clinical experience with her business background to help others improve mental health including anxiety, perfectionism and performance. She is the owner of SHEBE, online community for female athletes and was the mental performance coach for the Northwestern Women’s Volleyball Program. Audrey was also a Division I volleyball player at Loyola University Chicago.
She presents on a variety of issues including emotional intelligence and anxiety management. Audrey has presented at over 100 different schools, nonprofits, and conferences.
Audrey has extensive training in skill based therapy including Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Exposure Response Prevention (ERP), Family-based Therapy for Anorexia, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). 

Eric Stevenson, MA, LPC 

Eric is a licensed professional counselor who earned is Master’s degree in Counseling with a Specialization in Sport and Health Psychology from Adler University in Chicago. Eric is also a certified mental performance coach with the Association for Applied Sports Psychology (AASP). Eric specializes in working with athletes and performers of all ages and levels helping them overcome a lack of confidence, fear, anxiety, perfectionism and more. He also works with a multitude of individuals transitioning out of sport or recovering from both short and long term injuries.
Eric utilizes clinical approaches such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) and Mindfulness. By using these proven techniques Eric has found success helping individuals reach their goals and live happier and healthier lives. Eric has also presented to and worked with many high school and collegiate sports teams introducing them to mental performance strategies and techniques they can utilize to improve as performers. Eric is former collegiate baseball player at Elmhurst College and current competitive golfer.
Specializations Include: Athletes Mental Health and Performance, Anxiety Disorders & Recovery from Injury

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