Provided by Arudia and Epiq
COVID-19 continues to test everyone’s efficacy and wellbeing. It creates different challenges, fears, and stress. Your success is determined by the degree to which you are resilient or reactive, and act in a manner that belies fears and stress. This is “self-actualization,” living to your highest potential because of an ability to operate well when faced with difficulties, able to choose not to succumb to fear. You are optimistic, resilient, effective, and solutions-oriented when faced with difficulties. Now is the time to upgrade your personal operating system so you are energized and confident when you consider upcoming challenges.
Join Anne Collier of Arudia and Amy Griggs of Epiq on July 23rd at 12 pm EST for a compelling program based on the principles of actualized and adaptive leadership. You will learn how to:
- Tap into your own resilience when you need it the most;
- Mitigate the effect of stress by understanding “shadows,” (the distorted ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving when under stress,) and reframe the catastrophized and “shadowed” story objectively;
- Improve your ability (and the ability of those around you) to operate in the face of difficult circumstances; and
- Maintain an optimistic outlook, thereby preventing burnout.
I highly recommend this program to my clients and colleagues in the eDiscovery space, especially while we face extraordinary challenges. It will improve your resilience and communication, and your ability to achieve greater team alignment while managing remotely.Amy Griggs, Epiq
Want to get a jump on the program? Take the short-form Actualized Leader Profile by going to www.alpfree.com.