What is stress? Why do so many people struggle when facing uncertainty and change? How can we cope more effectively with transitions – large and small? This talk will examine what empirical research in psychology and neuroscience reveals about how adverse events – personal difficulties, professional challenges, or even a global pandemic – can lead to positive outcomes. You’ll learn...
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Best for employees who like to listen with some engagement and discussion throughout.
Best for teams up to 90 people
Lecture Followed by Q&A
Best for employees who like to listen, absorb and ask questions at the end. Can also be a keynote or speech.
Best for teams up to 120 people
Flexible class lengths to meet your team’s needs.
What People Are Saying About This Class
A great reminder how important it is to make time for what is important - being outside, connecting with loved ones. The 3 tips of how to make things stick was great. Loved this session and wish my kids could hear it!
More About Catherine SandersonCatherine Sanderson is the Poler Family Professor and Chair of Psychology at Amherst College. She received a bachelor's degree in psychology, with a specialization in Health and Development, from Stanford University, and received both masters and doctoral degrees in psychology from Princeton University. Her research has received grant funding from the National Science Foundation and the National Institute of Health....
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