Leading in Turbulent Times / What exactly are leaders to do?


The coronavirus is rattling our organizations, our communities, and each of us individually. In times like these, it’s important for leaders to stay cool under pressure. But uncertainty lies at the heart of this crisis, so what exactly are leaders to do? Join us to learn what neuroscience tells us about how our brains perceive threats and rewards, and how leaders can help people offset threats to keep people calm and focused during these uncertain times.

Here's what you'll take away from this webinar:
  • What's going on inside our brains
  • An influence model that identifies 5 social needs we all have
  • Actions you can take to help your employees meet those fundamental social needs right now during this time of crisis

After attending this workshop you'll receive:
  • Leading in Turbulent Times handout
  • SCARF model self assessment
  • SCARF whitepaper by Dr. David Rock
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Course: CEON 183-00
Term: 1393
Section Number: 1
Schedule Number: 19971
Instructor(s): Kathy Glynn
Location: Online
Dates: June 11, 2020 (Thu., 12 - 1 p.m.)
Units: Non-Credit
Contact Hours: 1.0 Contact Hour
Seats Remaining: 24
Required Fees: Price