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This webinar delivers practical tools and techniques that will increase individual and organizational resiliency with the purpose, not to just survive but thrive, in today’s changing workplace and marketplace.
Why do some organizations and their leaders falter during times of uncertainty while others succeed in chaos and find ways to adapt?
At its core, successful change depends on whether your people, at all levels, can adapt to new ways of thinking and operating as well as whether teams and workgroups can quickly adapt together.
Research has found that the single most important factor for adapting to change is the degree to which organizations and their leadership demonstrate resilience –the ability to absorb high levels of change and maintain their high levels of performance and wellbeing. When your workforce can overcome the ambiguity, anxiety, and loss of control that accompany change, they will grow stronger, be more adaptable, and develop into more effective employees.
The focus of this webinar is to help people understand how change and uncertainty affect them as well as how to anticipate and adapt to the changes that are occurring today and in the future. It will provide them with useful methods to move from the fear and uncertainty zone to the learning and growth zone so that they can optimize their adaption to the very changing workplace and marketplace.
Why Should You Attend:
In the wake of this global pandemic we are reminded that change is ongoing, plans get unraveled, and expectations aren’t always met. As coronavirus updates dominate the news, many of us are facing disruptive changes we have never experienced — or even imagined.
For many, a plethora of distressing feelings have emerged: anxiety, worry, fear, frustration, sadness, anger, panic, helplessness, uncertainty, skepticism, confusion, stress, and even loss. And, of course, these feelings don’t just linger in the pit of our stomachs. They ripple out and impact how we behave, how we treat others, even how well we perform our jobs.
These are all valid and understandable responses to a disruptive event – such as a global pandemic — especially when elements of such an event are new, unknown, or unpredictable, and unclear.
The question is not how can we avoid difficulty and stress? That is nearly impossible to do. Rather, the question is: How do we face this crisis and recover from it? How do we find new footing in our work lives, social lives, and mental and physical health?
This webinar will help you positively manage those stresses, become more resilient, and be more effective in your work and in your lives.
Areas Covered in the Session:
• Identify the 5 essential characteristics of resilient people
• Learn 9 tips to deal with the uncertainty and anxiety in a changing world
• Review the 5 questions you need to ask yourself to rise above a difficult situation
• Recognize the role of emotional intelligence in dealing with the stresses of change
• Utilize a variety of stress management techniques to build your personal resilience
• Understand the factors that create a lack of resilience and how to overcome them
• Discover how to move from the fear zone of change to the learning zone to the growth zone
Speaker: Marcia Zidle
Marcia Zidle, with a Master’s Degree in Organization Effectiveness, is a board-certified executive coach, business management consultant, and keynote speaker, who helps organizations to leverage their leadership and human capital assets.
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