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Stormy Weather Ahead:
Managing Stress and Building Resilience 

In these programs, Dr. Jo will share how to:

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Define Stress

in terms of positive and negative implications - because stress isn't always bad

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Build Your Resilience

learn and practice coping strategies when there's nothing you can do

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Change the Course

Learn how to interrupt or change each of the five steps in the stress cycle

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Define Stress

Define stress in terms of positive and negative implications - because it isn't all bad

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Build Your Resilience

learn and practice coping strategies when there's nothing you can do

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Change the Course

Learn how to interrupt or change each of the five steps in the stress cycle

Stormy Weather Ahead:
Managing Stress and Building Resilience

Stress will always be with us. Let's learn how to use it to drive us forward, rather than hold us back.

Ideal Audience

Executives, managers, directors and customer service professionals in legal, finance, sales and marketing roles. Also ideal for medical and health CEU

Overview

These two programs show participants how to prepare and respond to stress in a way that is both healthy and productive. Either can be presented as a keynote or breakout - or combined as an interactive half day program.

Stress happens. It’s a part of life. In fact, stress can be the great motivator, driving us forward to become better at what we do. The trick is to understand the stress and use it as a way forward and become more resilient to the negative effects.

Eye of the Storm: building resilience in a whirlwind of chaos

When chaos swirls around you like a hurricane, do you get swept up in those winds or manage to stay more grounded than most? In this hands-on program, Dr. Jo works with clients to help them to find their own individual path to personal and professional resilience.

 

Into the Storm: Buckling up for transformational change

While stress is often perceived to be a two-step process (it happens and we respond), there are actually five specific steps that flow from one to another. During this program, participants learn how to interrupt/change each of these steps in order to transform negative stress into positive outcomes.

 

Learning Objectives

After this program, attendees will be able to:

  • Define stress in terms of positive and negative implications
  • Practice three coping strategies for managing their stressors
  • Describe the five steps in the stress cycle and one way to interrupt/change each of these

"Dr. Jo's presentation was engaging... We recommend her to any organization!"

~ Rick Garcia, PhD, RN, CCM, Florida Occupational Health Conference

"She very cleverly delivered key messages and action steps, applicable for staff at any level…"

~ Jodi Mulligan-Pfile, CA WIC

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About Jo

Dr. Jo® Lichten PhD, RDN, CSP is a recognized expert in the areas of workplace productivity and performance.

She began leading stress management programs in the early 1990’s. She has presented more than 1000 programs and has earned the prestigious Certified Speaking Professional designation.

For seven years, Jo coached C-suite executives and other professionals on how to power up performance while avoiding burnout at the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute. Jo is the author of six books including Reboot - how to power up your energy, focus, and productivity. 

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