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Build Your Resilience: Six Strategies to Help You Stay Afloat Throughout a Crisis

Thursday, June 11, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Maureen Orey, President, Workplace Learning & Performance Group

Resilience is the capacity not only to survive life's challenges but to learn and grow from them. While stress, trauma, adversity, and dramatic change are rarely welcome, your personal resilience enables you to find a way to move beyond the challenge and toward a stronger self.

Using the concept of biomimicry, this program offers you six tips we learn from nature about how to stay afloat in challenging times. You may have heard the saying, “Let it roll off you, like water off a duck’s back,” but did you know that ducks aren’t always waterproof? Yes, even a duck can drown.

This program will help you:

· Identify key characteristics that enable resilience.
· Explore how to develop resilience in yourself and others.
· Discover the simple and memorable Stay Afloat model.
  

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Maureen Orey
Maureen Orey

President, Workplace Learning & Performance Group

Maureen brings a unique understanding of diversity, inclusion, relationships, and resilience. Her first book focused on workplace diversity, and her other books have focused on communication skills and resilience. She is the author of TD at Work’s “Designing Section 508 Compliant Learning” and has spoken about designing inclusive and accessible learning programs at numerous international conferences.

Maureen holds a doctorate in organizational leadership and has worked extensively developing more than 15 thousand leaders in volunteer organizations and corporate clients around the world. Her clients include Boeing, Microsoft, Northrop Grumman, Sony, and Scripps Health. She is passionate about helping organizations and leaders become more resilient by facilitating engaging conversations across multiple generations, cultures, and personalities. Her latest book, A Year of Resilience, was released on February 1, 2020. She is the founder and chief executive officer of the Workplace Learning & Performance Group, which last year celebrated 10 years in business.


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