Resilience for Georgetown University Staff
What is the difference between people who fail and those who succeed? Research from the last 30 years suggest that it’s not education, training, or experience. Resilience, which is 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.
Discuss the science behind resilience
Identify the 5 key skills needed to be more resilient
Identify 2-4 new behaviors to increase resilience
Create a resilience plan
Facilitator: Doug Hensch, Consultant with Brad Sterl Associates
Doug brings a wealth of experience and passion to the work he provides for his clients. His philosophy is simple: set meaningful goals, identify your strengths, and work in them regularly. Working in his strengths with purpose helped him launch a leading self-improvement web site that helped over 100,000 people increase their wellbeing and resilience.
Doug has touched the lives of business executives, managers, and individual contributors with innovative coaching, engaging workshops, and thought-provoking consulting.” His expertise is in facilitation, coaching, instructional design, and consulting. He has created workshops that focus on resilience, strengths, wellbeing and goals.
There is a $90 materials and facilitation fee for this event which will be charged directly to your office/department cost center. An additional workshop fee will be charged for all registrations not canceled at least 72 hours before workshop.
Please use your Georgetown University email to register for this workshop.
Plan to arrive early to sign-in and enjoy the Continental Breakfast. The session starts at 9:00 AM.
Electronics are not allowed during the workshop. There will be a morning and afternoon break and time during the lunch to check messages and emails.
Friday, November 17, 2017 at 9:00am to 3:30pm
Healey Family Student Center
3700 O Street NW, Washington, DC 20057