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How to Boost Employee Resilience by Updating Your Organization’s Meeting Culture

How to Boost Employee Resilience by Updating Your Organization’s Meeting Culture

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Duration: 30 minutes

About the Webinar

Imagine a world where your virtual meetings were transformed from an endless procession of boxes to be checked into places and spaces of energy, connection, and renewal. With the right tweaks, your meeting culture can move from a contributor of work burnout, to a tool to enhance a sense of belonging, build employee resilience, and help your people “burn bright.”

Join us as we explore specific tactics you can use to transform your meetings and maximize their impact in a way that benefits both your employees and your organization.

What You’ll Learn

In this webinar you’ll learn:

  • Tips for harnessing our limited attention for maximum meeting impact;
  • Proven recharge tactics that can enhance any meeting and boost employee resilience;
  • Best practices meeting participants can follow to make meetings more effective, inclusive, and engaging; and
  • Ways that improving your meeting culture will enhance your overall organizational culture and give you a competitive advantage for the future.

Boost employee resilience and create conditions for peak performance with our online resilience program, The Resilience Advantage. The practical, scientific, and application-based approach will allow your leaders to avoid burnout, and instead, burn bright.

About the Presenters

Pete Ronayne

Pete Ronayne, Ph.D.
Senior Faculty and Portfolio Manager, Americas
Center for Creative Leadership

Pete Ronayne is a Senior Faculty member and Portfolio Manager, where he focuses on public sector leadership, resilience, and organizational development. Before joining us, Pete spent 15 years as a dean and senior faculty member at the Federal Executive Institute (FEI) in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Pete has worked across the full range of the federal sector, designing and delivering programs and presenting in the areas of neuroscience and leadership, leading change, global leadership, leading across generations, and the future of public service and governance. An adjunct professor and advisory board member at several leading universities and institutes, Pete speaks extensively on neuroscience and leadership as a keynote presenter and speaker at conferences and leadership meetings.

Andrea (Andi) Williams

Andrea Williams
Director, Health Sector Portfolio, Societal Advancement
Center for Creative Leadership

Andrea Williams (Andi) is currently the Director of the Health Sector Portfolio for our Societal Advancement Group. She also is one of our faculty members, designing and delivering transformational leadership development programs. Andi has led work in public health, both in academic and nonprofit settings, for 25 years.

Before joining us, Andi served as a Research Associate in the Department of Public Health Sciences at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. Her personal goal is to improve health outcomes in the United States through the development of health leaders. She has an MAEd in Counseling from Wake Forest University and a BA in economics, with a focus on health economics, also from Wake Forest University.

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