Developing Resilient Organizations

  • 09 Jul 2020
  • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
  • 35


  • Registration code required

Presented by:  Elizabeth Haberberger, President, Dale Carnegie St Louis

Today’s environment is filled with setbacks and unexpected challenges. VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity) is the new normal, and the impact of serious crises such as market shocks, governmental instability, social movements, and pandemics can’t be ignored. Few of us can change the environment in which we operate – but we can control how we prepare our organizations and respond to the events around us. 

For leaders who hope to accelerate performance and emerge stronger from change, creating a resilient organization that can successfully “bounce back” and grow from adverse experiences is critical. During this program you can expect to

  • Discuss the impact resilience can have on reducing stress while going through times of adversity
  • Review the definition and characteristics of resilience in the workplace
  • Discover how to develop resilience in people, teams, and across the organization

About the Facilitator 

Elizabeth Haberberger joined Dale Carnegie St. Louis in 2015 and took 100% ownership of the business four years later. She works with clients in a variety of industries and sizes from Fortune 500 companies to local family owned business. Her expertise allows her to design, develop, and deliver experiences that drive results. Whether she is working with clients consulting on business needs or in front of a room delivering a keynote training, you will find a big smile on her face and can feel the energy she brings to any room or organization.

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