Virtual Chapter Meeting: Overcoming panic pandemic - managing the emotional brain during challenging times

The goal of this session is to create self-awareness around the process our brain undergoes during times of uncertainty and the importance of maintaining psychological safety. The intention is that with this awareness, along with reflection and open conversation we are better able to understand ourselves and others, thus building a more resilient brain to manage our stress.

Takeaways from this event include:

• Understanding of the innate emotional responses to circumstances around a global pandemic,
• Appreciation of the importance of psychological safety as a way to mitigate the impact of stress on the brain,
• Self-awareness of the psychological safety driver (via the SAFETY model) that is most important to each individual and strategies to manage those drivers

EARN 1.5 CCEU FOR ATTENDING THIS EVENT:
1.25 Core Competencies and 0.25 Resource Development

Agenda:
6:00-6:15 Welcome and Check-in
6:15-7:30 Presentation

Our guest presenter: Dan Radecki

Dan is a neuroscientist by training and has co-authored the book “Psychological Safety: Managing the Hidden Drivers of Individual Behavior and Team Success”. He has been a guest editor on a special issue for the Journal of Consulting Psychology, has taught thousands of leaders in 40 countries, on the neuroscientific underpinnings of effective leadership, been published in the Harvard Business Review, delivered a TEDx keynote and has lectured internationally on topics such as the neuroscience of resilience, bias, creativity, leadership wisdom, the aging brain, the biology of collaboration and the impact of stress on the brain.

How to join this Virtual Chapter Meeting:

After you register, the zoom link will be emailed to you the night before the webinar
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Tickets

$10.00 Member ticket

$15.00 Guest ticket

June 18, 2020
6:00 PM PDT to 7:30 PM PDT
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Location

Zoom (message ID will be emailed the evening before event)


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