Webvent

Mastering Resilience

Tuesday, December 15, 2020 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Barbara Mintzer-McMahon, President, Center for Transitional Management

The COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, social unrest, economic upheaval, and political uncertainty have left us under siege on multiple levels. Because of this, everyone is being called, in one form or another, to take the role of first responder. The job of a first responder starts with assessing the current state then follows with swift and immediate actions to mitigate and restabilize. The problem is that when you are simultaneously responding to multiple calls to action, resources get depleted. The responder is put at highest risk, and then what? How do you ensure that you, as first responder, are managing of your own resources and capacity to survive and thrive through these times?

Join us on December 15 to explore and experience that is necessary to master resilience.

This webcast will discuss:

  • What obstructs us from practicing/building our resilience
  • Techniques that will enable you to maximize your physical and mental performance
  • How to enhance your relationships and overall sense of well-being and happiness in the midst of uncertainty

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Presenter

Barbara Mintzer-McMahon
Barbara Mintzer-McMahon

President, Center for Transitional Management

Barbara Mintzer-McMahon delivers transformational change that maximizes leadership performance and success for leaders and their organizations. She brings more than 30 years of professional experience as an executive coach and leadership development consultant to her clients. Her wide-ranging consulting experience includes helping senior level executives throughout the United States and internationally. Her specialties include leadership development, teambuilding, change management, mindful leadership, and helping executives in transition. Barbara keynoted and developed coaching programs for women in leadership, strategic partnering, team building, mindfulness, and strategies for successful leadership for various Fortune 100 companies including multinationals, government, nonprofits, and start-ups in technology, finance, marketing, and communications, among others. She is a contributing author to Fresh Insights to End the Glass Ceiling, Coaching for Leadership, Enlightened Power: How Women Are Transforming the Practice of Leadership, and Taking the Stage.