Too many bright and experienced leaders have fallen victim to underestimating the impact of stress in their lives. When a leader’s stress level is sufficiently elevated—whether in the boardroom, classroom or on the front line of a manufacturing process-- the ability to effectively use their emotional intelligence and cognitive ability to make wise decisions is significantly impaired. Until now, experts have argued that increasing your emotional intelligence will help you cope with and manage stress. However, stress actually blocks access to your emotional intelligence as well as your cognitive ability, two critical components in the decision-making process. This webcast reveals how stress impacts the brain's cognitive and emotional intelligence, two essential qualities needed in high performance decision making—and how to build three components of a Stress Resilient System™ using seven best practices. Discover steps to apply techniques that build resiliency for yourself and your organization. You’ll leave with a solid prescription for building a "stress resilient system" and best practices for managing specific the stressors that take the biggest toll on decision making. If you’re a leader, HR manager, OD specialist, or experiencing stress on your job, this webcast is for you!
Don’t miss these webcast take aways:
Learn how Stress impacts the brain's cognitive and emotional Intelligences - the two essential qualities needed in high performance decision making
Three Components of a Stress Resilient System™ - plus, seven best practices to build It
Understand why Stressed Leaders sometimes make very poor decisions
Steps to integrate training for applying techniques to build resiliency for yourself and your organization