Seven Ingredients of Resilience and Better Decision-Making
Resilience is not all or nothing. It comes in amounts. You can be a little resilient, a lot resilient; resilient in some situations but not others. Research has identified a variety of important ingredients of resilience but there are seven that we can most easily teach ourselves.
Attend this program and walk away with:
+ New awareness of your natural explanatory style
+ Ability to avoid thinking traps
+ Steps to analyze accuracy of causal beliefs
+ Ability to check your fears and embrace opportunities
Julie Henszey is an executive and personal performance coach and founder of Next Step Goals, a leading coaching practice in the Milwaukee area. She is widely recognized as an expert in personal empowerment. Her solo travel to Tanzania to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro and a goal to complete 100 triathlons demonstrate her commitment to growth as she helps others explore their own potential. Julie is credentialed through the International Coach Federation, has worked as a faculty member at Marquette University for 14 years, teaches certificate courses at UW-MIlwaukee on employee engagement, influence, and "resetting and refueling," and has lived in Norway, Iceland, and Australia.