How to Build Organizational and Personal Resilience Within a Pandemic

How to Build Organizational and Personal Resilience Within a Pandemic

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PartnerMD is pleased to bring Dr. Lisa Zoppetti and Robin Carnes to you to explore the science of building resilience within your company.

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COVID-19 has taken a massive toll on American business leaders and workers. Research shows that levels of depression, anxiety, insomnia and Post Traumatic Stress have risen significantly in the last 19 months. More than ever, having a nervous system that can bounce back and persevere is crucial for the health and productivity of your leadership team and total workforce.

What will you learn?

In this one-hour introductory workshop, Dr. Lisa Zoppetti and Robin Carnes will present the latest science on building resilience. Their practical, research-based skills training will:

  • Strengthen your understanding of how current neuroscience can be applied to meet the demands of leading during the pandemic;
  • Explain why we cannot "think" our way out of the impact of excessive stress and overwhelm; and
  • Introduce a sampling of evidence-based tools from their comprehensive toolkit for building resilience.

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is ideal for corporate leaders and decision-makers, managers, partners, producers, and other team members integral to leading your company’s success. It could be especially helpful for those entering periods of heightened work-related stress -- the end of the fiscal year, open enrollment season, budget and compensation planning, etc.

It’s a busy time amid another hectic year, and it’s never too late to learn the latest science to help build resilience among your team.

About the Presenters

Lisa Zoppetti, PhD, is a clinical psychologist with 30+ years of experience working with groups and individuals on stress and trauma-related issues. As a seasoned psychotherapist, consultant, trainer and coach, she effectively translates her depth of knowledge and expertise in mental health and resilience into accessible language and tools.

Her compassionate approach is research and strengths-based. Dr. Zoppetti is passionate about educating individuals, leaders and organizations about the nervous system’s ability to both protect and heal from stress and restore well-being and an authentic connection to self and others.

Robin Carnes, MBA, is a leading pioneer in bringing mind-body practices to mainstream settings such as the US Department of Defense, universities, and corporations. She teaches internationally on the relationship between body and mind, bringing a down-to-earth, practical perspective on mental and physical health.

Her work has been featured in numerous publications including The Washington Post, Army Magazine, The Huffington Post and Women's Day. In 2013, she was recognized by the Smithsonian Institute for her groundbreaking work in bringing evidence-based yoga and meditation to US military communities.

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Thursday, November 18, 2021

1:00 to 2:00 pm

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This event will take place online, via Zoom Meeting. 

A Zoom meeting is an online meeting that allows you to virtually meet with other people without leaving your home or office.

Zoom meetings require a computer with Internet access. It is beneficial to have a web camera with a microphone and speakers built-in. Sometimes a separate phone line is a better option. By logging into the meeting via the Internet, you will be able to see the presenter's computer screen. By calling into the conference phone number, you will be able to hear the presenter and other participants. 

Please allow yourself an extra 5 min to log-in to the Zoom meeting as your computer will need time to automatically download the free Webex plug-in that will allow you to join the meeting.

A link to access the Zoom Meeting will be emailed to you 3 days prior to the event and again 1 hour before the event. 

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