November 21, 2019
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Resiliency is described as the ability to bounce, persevere, and move through life’s challenges with relative ease.
Resilient people are more likely to remain present and whole in hardship, and make beauty out of suffering- our particularly human ability. Some people seem naturally resilient. We now know that individual and collective resiliency is the product of skills that can be taught.
Join us for a 90-minute introduction to personal resiliency, including three tools that you can practice to increase your resiliency. Connect with your colleagues in practical self-care and the bittersweet pull of faith in healing.
This is the first in a series of workshops on personal, organizational, and global leadership resiliency (including resiliency practices for international field work). Be sure and let us know if you are interested in the rest of the series.
– Resiliency Internationally: An Introduction
– Exercise: Remembering
– Neuroscience of Resiliency: The Basics
– Exercise: Accepting
– Three Access Points to Personal Resiliency: Perspective, Mystery, Triggers
– Exercise: Reasoning
– Familiar with resiliency theory in international psychology
– Familiar with the basic neurology of resiliency
– Identify three access points to personal resiliency as global leadership
– Experience with three tools that build personal resiliency over time
This event is open to the general public and both in person and online. Zoom link will be sent to registrants one hour before the start of the event. Registration below is required to attend.
Interested in attending other sessions in the Resilience Series? Visit posnercenter.org/resilience-
Venue: Posner Center - IEEE Global Classroom