|Recorded: November 9, 2011
Length: Approximately 60 Minutes
High Performing Systems, Inc., and the Type & Coaching SIG
A demanding global market put leaders under pressure to compete for profits even before
2008 financial collapse. Today, most leaders are under still greater pressure to do more
with less, resulting in poor decisions, more stress and less-than-optimal decision making. In
extreme, yet increasingly common cases, the result is what Webcast Presenter Henry L. (Dick) Thompson, Ph.D., refers to as “Catastrophic Leadership Failure.” Viewing these failures through the lens of Psychological Type reveals another level of dynamics. Learn to recognize the signs of stress in Type diverse leaders to help enhance your coaching skills.
Using a Type lens, this presentation will help coaches:
- Acquire knowledge and skills that enable you to recognize and describe The Stress Effect
- Understand the Perception-Appraisal-Motivation-Action Model Under Stress and how it impacts coaching
- Understand how The Stress Effect degrades the efficiency of the leader's cognitive and emotional intelligences, increasing vulnerability to poor decision making
- Learn how to create stress resilience development plans for your clients using the seven ARSENAL™ best practices
Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation handouts, plus one free administration of the ARSENAL™ Individual Assessment. The ARSENAL™ presents a summary of a person's current level of performance in each of the seven best practice areas that influence the ability to combat the effects of stress.
Henry L. (Dick) Thompson, Ph.D., HPS President & CEO
Debra Cannarella, HPS Director of Operations
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