Few people will argue that our world today is becoming more complex and more demanding. To be successful, individuals, teams, and organizations must master the skills to be resilient in the face of these ever increasing challenges. Leaders play a pivotal role in this task, and with the right knowledge and information, they can help those in their team become more ‘hardy’. By understanding the factors that create stress, and developing strategies to mitigate its effects, leaders can help both themselves and others to thrive in these uncertain times.
November 4th, 2020 - 9am to 3pm CST
$399 (for a Limited Time)
What You'll Learn
- How situational factors contribute to workplace stress.
- The role of the leader in creating or mitigating stress.
- Common sources of workplace stress.
- People’s reactions to workplace stress, from disillusionment to disengagement.
- The impact of work-life, and life-work spillover.
- The 3-C model of hardiness.
- Simple steps to build hardiness and resilience.
Master The Fundamentals
- Manage stress.
- Foster hardy teams and workplaces.
- Increase workplace wellness.
- Increase effectiveness and productivity.
- Understand what stresses and motivates others.
- All participants receive all personal Hardiness and Resilience Assessment and report.
Session Includes Your Own Personalized Hardiness Resilience Gauge Report
Grounded in extensive research, the HRG focuses on the three C’s – Challenge, Control, and Commitment.
The three C’s of Hardiness represent that those high in hardiness believe they have control over the events they experience, see the world as meaningful and interesting and view challenges as growth opportunities.
Use the HRG to increase an understanding of hardiness in both leaders and team members, and to help them build stronger, more resilient teams.
About Your Instructor
With over 25 years’ of experience in leadership, learning, and organizational development, Karen supports individuals, organizations and teams through comprehensive leadership curriculums and interventional organizational development services.
Karen holds a BA in English, a Certificate in Adult and Continuing Education, and a Masters in Leadership through Royal Roads University. Karen’s certifications as Master Hardiness Resilience Gauge Trainer, and in Emotional Intelligence, Multiple Intelligence Integration Coaching, Graphic Facilitation, Barry Oshry’s Power and Systems, Gervase Bushe’s Clear Leadership, Human Systems Dynamics and the Myers Briggs Type Inventory allow her to deliver innovative leadership learning programs and powerful organizational interventions.
Karen has a foundational belief that we are accountable for our experience and empowered in the choices we make. Karen’s role in development is one of planner, designer, facilitator, teacher, and coach. She guides individuals and teams through a process of exploration that results in tangible and effective behavior and culture change.