Event Date: 04/29/2020 (2:00 pm EDT - 3:00 pm EDT)
You are all resilient already, acknowledge that you have been resilient to get to this place (good news!) and that there will be more need to mobilize your resilience in the future (bad news!). But you can tune up your knowledge about what behaviors and mindsets lead to resilient people, teams, and organizations. This session will help you discover your current level of resilience and tune-up and activate the components of resilience in yourself, your team, and your organization.
We will use a “map” to understand the big picture of transition and focus in on five components/actions/behaviors/mindsets research has identified that people use to do well during times of change and transition. You’ll have an opportunity to self-assess your current capacity for resilience and hear examples of others. You’ll then be able to determine how you can use your personal capacity as a springboard for thinking about how to enhance your organization’s ability to thrive throughout turbulence.
Attendees Will Learn:
- To see the big picture of need for increased resilience
- How to self-assess and discover your current level of resilience
- To identify five components/actions/behaviors/mindsets research has identified that people use to do well during change and transition
- To engage and think about how you can enhance your personal capacity
- How to enhance your team’s capacity to thrive in the turbulent future
Who Should Attend:
- Supervisors and managers
- Front-line and team leaders
- Human resources professionals
- Organizational coaches
Dr. Cynthia Scott is the founder of ChangeworksLab. Her career has focused on coaching leaders and teams to become resilient, mission driven organizations. She is writing her newest book, Not Done Yet: Designing Resilient Transitions for people who want to rekindle their purpose and thrive in the transforming workplace and beyond. Cynthia has been a lifelong social entrepreneur, consultant, and author – applying behavioral science to help individuals and organizations thrive. Her pioneering programs, models, and tools have helped accelerate adaption to change and transform cultures for business impact. She has provided thought leadership in the areas of personal and organizational change, burnout prevention, and personal performance improvement. She’s worked with Ideo, Google, Walmart, AT&T, Capital One, Charles Schwab, Kaiser Permanente, Deloitte, Estée Lauder, National Semiconductor, and IBM.