What you will learn:

Change is an inevitable part of life. Sometimes it hits us unexpectedly and other times it comes as a consequence of a decision we made. Either way, change can be scary if we aren’t prepared to be flexible and resilient in the face of it. Especially in the workplace, organizational change can impact individual employee’s performance and productivity.

Thankfully, based on decades of research, we know that it isn’t the change itself, but how we perceive it. And there are specific internal and external resources that can be taught to help individuals not only effectively adapt to change but also thrive through it. Resilient people are optimistic, purposeful, growth oriented, engaged and connected.

About the instructor:

Dr. Delvina Miremadi-Baldino is the founder and Chief Resilience Officer of Realize Your Resilience, a company dedicated to helping individuals, schools, and organizations build upon their strengths and foster resilience so they can grow, succeed and thrive. Dr. Miremadi-Baldino also currently works as the Director of Research and Program Development at Life Advantages, LLC, where she applies over fifteen years of experience specializing in resilience education and program development. Dr. Miremadi-Baldino has created and delivered a multitude of resources and programs for colleges and universities, including the Realize Your Resilience Toolkit , the Resilience Success Assessment (RSA), and the Thrive Through It student resilience course. Most recently, Dr. Miremadi has partnered with NASPA (Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education) to offer a resilience building course to all of their professional members. Prior to this, she worked for Children’s Hospital of Boston’s Department of Psychiatry, developing innovative depression and suicide prevention tools for high school and college students. Dr. Miremadi-Baldino received her Ed.M. from Harvard University in Human Development and Psychology and completed her doctorate in Educational Leadership at Simmons College, where her research specialized in understanding and fostering resilience in minority students. Dr. Miremadi-Baldino is a Certified Applied Positive Psychology Practitioner (CAPP), Certified Positive Educator, and Certified Coach. Dr. Miremadi-Baldino’s extensive training in Education and Psychology places her at the forefront of developing programs that promote resilience to help children, young adults, parents and professionals live more flourishing lives.
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