|Recorded: June 29, 2010
Length: Approximately 60 minutes
Part 4 of The Stress Effect Webcast Series (each can be viewed individually)
In this thought-provoking, insightful presentation, award-winning Organizational
and Leadership Expert Henry L. (Dick) Thompson, Ph.D., will discuss
how building Cognitive
Resilience as part of an overall Stress Resilient System™ will
boost a leader's ability to resist
the impact of stress on cognitive functioning and significantly
improve decision-making competence.
Dr. Thompson also will share techniques for helping leaders protect the cognitive functioning they already have, developing cognitive functioning in areas they lack, and using "warning lights" to monitor the rise of negative stress levels.
By attending this Webcast, you will learn how using the LPE™ assessment process can help your organization to validate and enhance:
- Learn the Critical Indicators of Cognitive Resilience (CR) & the Importance of Building Your CR Dashboard
- Discover Why Awareness is the Single Most Important Attribute to Building Cognitive Resilience
- Understand the Value of Over Learning & Why to Wake Up Your Brain with Novelty
- Learn the Relationship Between Stress & Sleep
- Learn Examples of Pre-planning & Performance Aids that Extend Leader Abilities Under Stress
Receive a copy of the PowerPoint® slides used in the presentation (click here).
Henry L. (Dick) Thompson, Ph.D., HPS President & CEO, and author of The Stress Effect: Why Smart Leaders Make Dumb Decisions - and What to Do About It
Debra Cannarella, HPS Director of Operations
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