Resilience Calls for Growing Mindsets
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The most important resource we have control over is our attention. The first step to building resilience is investigating where our attention goes. When catastrophes like a long running pandemic strike, as practitioners, coaches, consultants and leaders, we might find ourselves in danger of losing energy, clarity, strategic thinking, compassion, courage, perhaps even our will to take good care of ourselves. The good news - resilience is a capability we can recover, learn more about and build.
Suzanne Lahl and her colleagues at SyncUp Leadership Group are pioneering educators, practitioners and researchers in vertical development - growing mindsets to meet the complexity and uncertainty of the world we lead in. Their research has been highlighted in Forbes and peer reviewed academic journals. As translators of mind-brain research their SyncUp4 model for growing mindsets is core content in Pepperdine University’s MSOD graduate program.
Prior to September 16, you will receive a self-assessment inquiring about practices that support the power of your brain. The Dynamic Attention assessment is neuroscience informed and part of the SyncUp4 evidence-based model. Please complete it prior to our event. For a larger perspective on resilience, this article is more relevant today than when my colleague, Terri Egan, and I wrote it in 2012.
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