Virtual Learning: Staying Grounded in Uncertain Times
As leaders, we’re often looking for ways to disrupt ourselves, our teams and our organizations. However, the current times have created disruption that’s affecting all of us and everyone on your team. Some people can be calm in a storm, grounded during turbulent times. The truth of these times is that there are two pandemics – coronavirus and fear – and many people need additional tools for navigating these times in a less stressful and healthier way.
This program will share proven ideas on staying grounded, staying present, shifting your perspectives and managing your state of mind and emotions so that you can still enjoy life even in the midst of the pandemic and the uncertain and evolving future.
It's easy to feel out of control during these times, and our special guest Jeff Nischwitz will be sharing ways to take back control of your mind, emotions, and experiences.
- Managing the information that impacts your state of mind
- Different ways to assess risk and better understanding the ways that fear infiltrates our minds, relationships and decisions
- Tactics to be mindful of what you can control and to release what you can't.
- The role of vulnerability, empathy and listening in staying grounded
This program has been submitted for SHRM and HRCI recertification credit hour.
November 11, 2020
Program 9:00-10:00 AM
Virtual Event- webinar link is provided in registration confirmation email
Known as a Facilitator of Truth, Snow Globe Shaker and the Leader of Shift, Jeff Nischwitz is a man on a mission – a mission to help people shift how they lead and thereby shift their leadership impact. As an international leadership, team engagement and culture speaker, Jeff Nischwitz is known for his unique perspectives, for challenging traditional thinking, and for delivering tangible shifts for leaders to grow their people, build their businesses and enhance their relationships. Jeff is the Founder and Chief Snow Globe Shaker of The Nischwitz Group, a speaking, consulting and coaching company that transforms people and organizations—one truth at a time! As a leadership and personal transformation coach, Jeff uses his gifts of intuitive listening, pattern spotting and questions to help his clients identify their obstacles and overcome them so that they can grow themselves, their business, their relationships, and their impact. Jeff is also the co-founder of Cardivera.com, a leadership development ecosystems that grows leaders and their impact. He’s also the co-host of the Impact Leadership Podcast. Jeff’s the author of four leadership and business books, including his most recent – Just One Step: Walking Backwards to the Present on the Camino Trail (2020).
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