This program will take place in-person. Please review our Covid-19 guidelines and updates here prior to the program.
As the pace of working and living speeds up, our usual impulse is to try to “beat the clock,” increasing our efficiency as much as we can to do even more. But there are still only 24 hours in a day, and managing our time will only take us so far. The answer lies in how well we cultivate and manage our energy.
Our level of energy has a long term effect on our performance over time, keeping us in better balance and overall wellbeing. While time is limited, the energy we have available to us is something we can generate and grow. In this program, you will learn to recognize what energizes and drains you, how to reignite your interest and engagement after setbacks, and strategies to grow through change.
|Instructor||Date and Time||Location|
|Claire A. Scott Miller||
Thursday, Oct. 6, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. |
|Cleveland, OH||Add to Cart|
- Energy audit: What gives and drains you of energy
- Power of self appreciation
- The most important capability for leaders to develop
- Motivators: intrinsic and extrinsic
- Differences between stress, overload and burn-out
- Transition and change…understanding change as a way of life
- Change: Endings, Middles, New Beginnings
- Building resiliency to lead through professional and personal challenges
As a result of attending this program, participants will:
- Learn techniques for becoming more energized and engaged
- Discover ways to grow their spheres of influence
- Develop techniques to combat stress, overload, and burnout
- Learn how to proactively manage change
- Leverage what motivates them and learn how to become re-motivated
- Develop their “organizational muscle” of becoming more flexible, aware, and resilient
Who Should Attend
Executives, managers and individual contributors at all levels that have interest in personal development.
Individual Participants: $695
Package Pricing: 1 class day per participant
Please note that this program is scheduled to occur in-person at the George S. Dively Building in Cleveland, OH.
Case Western Reserve University resumed welcoming visitors to campus as of July 1 in accordance with prior policies and practices. All visitors are expected to follow current pandemic-related restrictions: all faculty, staff, students, and visitors to campus must wear masks indoors.
We ask that all visitors follow the prevention measures as outlined by Case Western Reserve University.