Recorded: March 29, 2011
Length: Approximately 60 minutes
High-stress environments change how leaders perceive and appraise their situations,
well as the decisions they ultimately make. Popular understanding of stress tends to
on its negative outcomes – or is used as an explanation for why even the most-talented
can sometimes make choices that are detrimental to the organizations in which they
work. In this Webcast, however, award-winning Organizational Psychologist and Leadership Expert Henry L. (Dick) Thompson, Ph.D., will explain in clear terms how individuals can actually harness the power of “The Stress Effect” to become better leaders, make better decisions in stressful situations and, ultimately, improve their organization’s bottom-line results. Dr. Thompson also will share key decision-making tips and techniques from his groundbreaking organizational development resource—The Stress Effect: Why Smart Leaders Make Dumb Decisions & What to Do About It..
Attend this complimentary Webcast and you will:
- Understand how “The Stress Effect” works on the decision-making process using the PAMA (Perception-Appraisal-Motivation-Action) Model Under Stress
- Learn to identify and manage the negative aspects of stress that result in dumb decisions
- Learn to identify and use the positive aspects of “The Stress Effect” to make good decisions
- Learn specific techniques for making more effective decisions in high-stress environments
Receive a copy of the PowerPoint® slides used in the presentation (click here).
Attend & Receive One Free Administration of the ARSENAL™ Assessment to measure your Current Effectiveness in the key areas that impact Resilience.
Henry L. (Dick) Thompson, Ph.D., HPS President & CEO
Debra Cannarella, HPS Director of Operations
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