Building Emotional Resilience
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Presented by Anderson University and sponsored by GSHRM, join in for a morning of learning and discussion on effectively navigating transitions, avoiding burnout, and 'showing-up' in life! Leah Marone will speak on Building Emotional Resilience. Some of the topics she’ll cover include:
- Stamina vs Resilience: How to Push Through while Maintaining Positive Self-Connection
- Boundary Setting: How, Why, and for What purpose?
- Incorporating a 'Support and Not Solve' mentality to Avoid Burnout
- Tips and Tools to Self-Motivate while you Self-Validate
- Self-Care: How to Operate Proactively instead of Reactively
- Ways to Increase Positive Self-Talk and Decrease Internalization
- Productivity: Showing Up verses Stressing Out
Early bird pricing: $60/Person Ends January 14, 2022
SHRM Discounted Pricing: $60/Person
FEISC Discounted Pricing: $60/Person
Standard Pricing: $75/Person
HR Certification Credit: GSHRM is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP® recertification activities. This program is pending for 3 hours of SHRM re-certification credit and 3 hours of HRCI general re-certification credit.
Leah Marone, MSW, LCSW
Leah Marone is a psychotherapist, speaker, and corporate wellness consultant. Her areas of expertise are managing stress and anxiety, building resilience, and creating healthy boundaries. She facilitates empowerment groups for women and is a contributing blogger for Psychology Today.
Leah has a private practice in Charlotte, NC where she therapeutically works with individuals and families. When working with corporations and teams on improving productivity, Leah focuses on issues around connection, leadership, and mental health.
Outside of work, Leah enjoys traveling, gardening, hiking, and writing. She played Division I basketball and currently coaches her daughters’ soccer team.
If you have questions about this event, please reach out to our team by calling 864.231.2478 or emailing COBEvents@andersonuniversity.edu.