Languishing recently? Gain the tools to THRIVE

Overview:

A garden full of flowers can only reach its full beauty and potential if the weeds are kept under control and the soil is healthy. Resilience in our career paths works exactly the same way: we all face the “weeds” – especially after the challenges of the last 18 months. Most of us now face the risk of languishing in anxiety and uncertainty, busier schedules and higher levels of stress than ever – and many clients feel the same way. Going forward, how can you not only survive, but thrive? 

This webinar series offers insights and practical skills to help you – and those you work with – flourish in the current and future challenging times. Topics include cultivating everyday mindfulness, navigating challenging emotions and managing negative cognitive filters. These interactive sessions bring together the latest psychological research to help boost your sense of well-being and optimism, and offer you the tools to reinvigorate any post-pandemic career path.

Why Career Practitioners Should Attend:

The benefits are two-fold: resilience is an essential skill to share with clients who may have experienced career upheaval, exhaustion, languishing or elevated anxiety levels due to the pandemic. In this sense, the webinars offer a range of valuable tools for professionals to pass along to clients in their career development journey.

Additionally, the onus lies on career development professionals themselves to model resilient well-being and integrate the skills presented in these sessions into their own professional lives. The insights gained from this webinar series therefore stand to benefit both those who attend and, in turn, the clients they serve.

Presenter: Dr. Jason Cressey

Dates: Tuesdays, November 9, 16, 23, 2021

Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET

Cost: $119 BCCDA members, $159 non-BCCDA

Group rates: If you register 5 or more participants from the same organization at the same time, you qualify for the group rate of 25% off registration fees.

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