Duration: 1 hour
Price: Free

Living and managing in today’s uncertain world requires resilient leadership. What is resilient leadership? It’s about having the ability to bounce back after change or hardship. Resilient leaders view failures as mere temporary setbacks they can recover from quickly. They maintain a positive attitude and a strong sense of opportunity during periods of turbulence. And when faced with ambiguity, a resilient leader finds ways to move forward and avoid getting stuck. Those with resilient leadership find navigating the unexpected more manageable.

Join Leadership Solution Partner, executive coach and positive psychology expert Jessica Glazer for a fast-paced and engaging session on the importance of fostering and developing resilient leadership in order to help you reach your full potential, both personally and professionally. After this webinar, you’ll be better able to:

  • Articulate and appreciate why resilience is a foundational leadership skill;
  • Manage your stress levels and attentional focus, which enables more effective conversations and stronger relationships;
  • Employ simple resilience techniques that can be easily implemented both at work and at home; and
  • Support a culture of resilient leadership at your workplace, to help support the growth and success of others.
About The Presenter

Jessica Glazer
Center for Creative Leadership

Jessica Glazer is a Leadership Solutions Partner and executive coach at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL). Jessica helps to develop large-scale, innovative custom learning journeys for corporate and government partners and designs and delivers programs for all levels from the C-Suite to individual contributors. She also works as the East Coast lead for open enrollment programs tailored to the needs of first-time managers. Over the past 15 years, Jessica has taught at Harvard University in both the Psychology and English departments, at The Johns Hopkins University Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences, and in The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, where she also served as the director of career programs and advising. Jessica also worked in the career office at The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania; she served as the primary liaison for the school and all management consulting firms and healthcare-related employers. In her work as a public speaker, Jessica has delivered programs on four continents. Her areas of specialty include positive psychology, holistic leadership, and coaching. Jessica holds an M.S. in Mental Health Counseling from The Johns Hopkins University and a B.A. in Sociology from Brandeis University.

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