Recorded: October 21, 2010
Length: Approximately 70 minutes
Join us for a highly relevant and insightful Webcast that reveals in plain terms
between leader success and stress, why a leader's capacity for
is the NEW key
competency for leadership in the 21st Century, and how
to build resilience
in your organization
by better understanding the components of a
Stress Resilient System™.
Webcast Presenter and
Psychologist Henry L. (Dick) Thompson, Ph.D., also shares other
key findings from his
groundbreaking new resource for developing leaders: The Stress Effect: Why
Make Dumb Decisions - and What to Do About It.
Attend this complimentary Webcast and you will learn:
- Learn how Stress impacts the brain's Cognitive and Emotional Intelligences - the two essential qualities needed in High Performance Decision Making
- Learn the Three Components of a Stress Resilient System™ - plus, the Seven Best Practices to Build It
- Understand why Stressed Leaders sometimes make very poor decisions
- Discover Next Steps for Integrating Training and Applying Techniques to Build Resiliency for yourself and your Organization
- Take part in a Live Q & A session immediately following the broadcast to deepen your understanding
- Become Eligible to Participate in the ARSENAL™ Assessment Online Certification
: Receive one Free Administration of the New ARSENAL™ Assessment to measure your Current Effectiveness in the key areas that impact Resilience. 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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