The Roadmap to Resilience: How to Thrive in Challenging Times
We are currently facing unprecedented challenges. While health is the primary concern, this virus is affecting everything from the way we work, to the global economy. People are under a great deal of stress as they attempt to cope with this new reality.
Resilience is the ability to successfully navigate through adversity and change. Given the ever-changing world in which we live, resilience will be the most important skill of the 21st century. Even more so in the next 90-120 days.
What can you do, starting today, to not only cope effectively, but thrive through, the challenging times we face? Using the framework and skills provided in this training, attendees will be able to “thrive in these challenging times."
- Be able to employ The Resilience Roadmap Framework to become more effective and productive at work and home
- Utilize the learned adaptation strategies to grow and evolve amidst this very challenging time
- Make fewer excuses and focus on the aspects of their lives and work within their control
- Decrease complaining and dependence on management for motivation and execution, and accept the new reality more readily
- Maintain focus and perspective in the face of job uncertainty and a rapidly changing work climate
Chapter Members earn CCEUs for this event: 1.5 Resource Development
Our Guest Speaker:
Mark Black is a heart and double-lung transplant recipient, turned four-time marathon runner. A resilience expert, coach, and author, Mark helps people “Thrive in Challenging Times.” His programs provide the tools to transform your adversity into your advantage.
Mark doesn’t just teach resilience, he embodies it. Born with a life-threatening heart defect, Mark underwent two open-heart surgeries before the age of one. He battled his condition and its limitations for twenty-two years until he was forced to deal with the biggest obstacle of his young life. His doctor informed him that his heart was failing, and without a rare and dangerous heart and double-lung transplant, he would not see his 25th birthday. READ MORE HERE