Niagara: Coping with Crisis, Personal and Organizational Resilience

Date and Time

Starts:03/24/2022 6:00 PM

Ends:03/24/2022 7:30 PM

Registration Closes:03/22/2022 11:59 PM

Event Type: Webinar

1.5 CPD Hour(s)



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Additional Information

Event Sponsor

The past few years have shown that life can be unpredictable, and sometimes in some very challenging ways.
Why is it that some people seem to thrive with uncertainty, while others struggle?
This session will explore the themes of what make a person and an organization resilient to unwanted change and black swan events.
Beyond just a mindset shift, and not as ridiculous as “doomsday prepper” there are shifts of perspective and activities that can help you see what’s coming, and plan accordingly.
These principles can also be extrapolated to the organizational level, so that in a rapidly shifting marketplace, your organization isn’t left behind.
This session will discuss the psychological roots of resilience, the danger of efficiency, and questions to ask yourself and your colleagues when major events start to loom.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the psychological principles behind what makes one person resilient to crisis.
  • List the questions someone needs to ask when crisis is looming, and
  • Explain how those principles apply on a personal and organizational level

Registration Difficulties or Questions: Please reach out to our Chapter Experience Coordinator, Tracey Gallacher

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Speaker bio(s)
Jason Allen

Jason Allen is a city builder and community leader with a long history of changing organizations and communities for the better. Self-described as being ‘in the business of human potential’, Jason is fascinated by people, listens deeply, asks questions others haven’t thought of and offers solutions that ensure everyone has a voice and a role to play. Jason Allen is a guide who leads people through ‘wildernesses’ both real and in their day-to-day. As a passionate coach, Jason encourages people and organizations to discover the path that renews their connection with their community and purpose. Described by former colleagues and participants as “an exceptional trainer,” “a gifted communicator” and an “innovative thought partner” Jason has the skills and experience to guide your organization through the intersection of creativity, cultural change and learning.