Join a webinar about finding a career path through an uncertain world
Salve Regina is excited to announce a new partnership with OptimizeU, an executive coaching and consulting firm designed to provide professionals at all stages of their career with development opportunities that are aligned with Salve Regina’s Mercy mission and provide integrated leadership.
Integrated leaders effectively impact their industries by focusing on skill sets as well as what motivates each person on their team. They make decisions based not only on what is best for the vision of their organization, but also on what is beneficial to the larger system of which their organization is a part.
The team at OptimizeU has already worked with the University in developing a strategic direction, and their expertise is focused on strengthening both individuals and organizations to encourage meaningful and positive impacts on a global landscape.
Please join this complimentary webinar created to address topics within career and leadership development on Wednesday, June 17.
How to Chart Your Path Forward in an Uncertain World
Wednesday, June 17
12 – 1 p.m.
The threat of COVID-19 is unlike any crisis in the world’s lifetime as people face fears about health, safety and financial well-being as well as that of loved ones, employees and the community. So how does one lead others forward during these challenging circumstances?
This webinar introduces people to a tool to help chart a path forward: The Leadership Compass. This mindfulness-based framework draws heavily from research in the fields of emotional intelligence, positive psychology and neuroscience, and is designed to help people build inner clarity, calm and confidence. Whether it’s through an individual or leadership of others, this webinar will offer tips on how to navigate skillfully in a rapidly changing, complex and uncertain world.
The webinar is lead by Robin Ross, PCC, and Amy Young, Ph.D.
Ross helps organizations develop resilient and remarkable leaders and build healthy, effective and sustainable teams. Her mindfulness-based approach leverages research in the fields of neuroscience and emotional intelligence to help her clients “lead with the brain in mind” to create a culture of trust, enhance employee performance and innovation, strengthen communication and collaboration, and increase employee engagement and well-being.
Ross brings over 30 years of experience as a senior executive in the financial services industry to her role as a coach, and is experienced in recruiting, developing and leading global teams amid disruptive change. She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation and a certified teacher for Search Inside Yourself, the mindfulness-based emotional intelligence training developed at Google.
Young works with leaders to help them create organizations where employees can thrive. She is deeply motivated and driven to share knowledge that can make people’s lives better personally and professionally. Her approach to leadership development, organizational culture, and workforce engagement is grounded in the science of positive organizational scholarship.
Through her work, Young has experienced first-hand the impact on individuals and organizations that becomes possible by learning and practicing strategies that support flourishing. She is a faculty member at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan and serves as the faculty director of the Consortium at the Center for Positive
Organizations. Amy holds a Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Michigan.
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