Resilience

Thursday, June 22 at 9:00am to 3:00pm

Healey Family Student Center, Herman Room 3700 O Street NW, Washington, DC 20057

Description

What is the difference between people who fail and those that succeed? The research from the last 30 years suggests that it's not education, training, or experience. Resilience (the ability to bounce back and forward) helps people cope with adversity and thrive with uncertainty and change. The format is engaging and uses real anecdotes and accelerated learning techniques to drive simple changes in behaviors and thought patterns that benefit individuals, organizations, and teams.

This interesting and challenging class will enable you to:

 

  • Discuss the science behind resilience
  • Identify the five key skills needed to be more resilient
  • Define resilient behaviors and thought patterns
  • Identify 2-4 new behaviors to increase resilience
  • Create a resilience plan

There is a $90 materials and facilitation fee for this event which will be charged directly to the registrant's cost center. A Workshop fee will be incurred for all registration not canceled at least 72 hours before workshop

Instructor: Doug Hensch, M.Ed., MAOM

 

    

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Event Type

Career/Employment

Audience

Faculty/Staff

Departments

University Services, Human Resources, Department of, Talent Development

Website

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/resilien...

Presenter

Doug Hensch

Open to the public and the press?

no

Event Contact Name

Diane Kirchner

Event Contact Email

dlk75@georgetown.edu

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