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HOW RESILIENT ARE YOU?
|In our post 9/11 world, resilience is more important than ever.
- Hans von Gehlen, President, Mind Setter Success Training - Rochester, New York
Change is not an isolated incident in your work and personal lives; change surrounds us on a
daily basis. How you deal with change depends on your change resilience. Change resilience
is what I know best; this is what I studied in-depth for my PhD thesis. This is how I have
shaped my life, from the daughter of refugees, to a single mother with children, to a PhD
graduate. Resilience in the face of change is not an inborn personality trait; you can learn
and develop this skill and attitude. You have no choice -developing change resilience means the difference between your success and your potential failure.
- one 90-minute workshop per topic
- three 90-minute workshops continuous workshops should be delivered 2 weeks apart in order to test the ideas and report on progress
- one 3-hour workshop
- a 60-90 minute presentation topics can be combined in this presentation
- one-on-one coaching sessions -see Executive Career Coaching
My Change Resilience Training will teach you:
- to prepare and deal with impending changes
- how and when to introduce change
- to recognize resistance and change fear
- the politics of change management so that you have a win-win situation for you and your
- to apply your own Emotional Intelligence to deal with instability and uncertainty
- the secrets of resilient leaders and how they create resilient winning organizations
|Change is inevitable, except from vending machines
What's really driving the boom in coaching is this: as we move from 30 miles an
hour to 70 to 120 to 180, as we go from driving straight down the road to making
right turns and left turns to abandoning cars and getting on motorcycles the whole
game changes, and a lot of people are trying to keep up, learn how not fall off.
- John Kotter, Professor of Leadership, Harvard Business School