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How to Effectively Lead Others By Managing Your Stress & Brain State | Livestream Workshop
January 11 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
A recent Gallup study reveals that U.S. workers are among the most stressed in the world. 83% of U.S. workers suffer from work-related stress. When stress is not proactively managed, there is a cost to your well-being and to your organization. Medical research estimates that 90% of all illness and disease is stress related. Unmanaged stress costs businesses and the economy trillions of dollars in absenteeism, low productivity, and healthcare costs. Unmanaged stress negatively impacts your state and how you lead yourself and others.
The Wisconsin Center for Performance Excellence —in partnership with the Performance Excellence Network–is pleased to announce a powerful new workshop: How How to Effectively Lead Others By Managing Your Stress & Brain State, January 11, half-day (9AM-2PM). The workshop will be hosted in person (Normandale Community College, Bloomington) as well as streamed online. The workshop will be facilitated by Shannon Murphy, CEO BrainSkills@Work.
In this interactive and engaging workshop, you will learn a neuroscience-based framework to manage your state, decrease stress, and increase your leadership effectiveness. You will learn and practice a suite of practical brain-based strategies and tools that are proven to help you perform at your highest and best and draw out the best in your teams. You will learn the science behind creating a brain-friendly work environment that fosters high levels of engagement and productivity. Get all the details and registration information by clicking the registration link below.