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Webinar: Conquer the Fear: Adapting to the New Normal

April 9 @ 1:00 pm2:00 pm CDT

FREE

The industry is experiencing a new normal – working from home. People are turning their living spaces into home offices, and they are not always alone. Whether you live with other people or alone, have a pet or not, the environment is new, and can be challenging. Listen as Sara Ross talks through some strategies and best practices for working from home and keeping yourself on track in these uncharted waters.

Speaker: Sara Ross
Sara Ross is a Speaker, Leadership Strategist and Researcher, but is best described as a vitality advocate on a mission to redefine how we succeed at work and thrive in life; a pursuit is earning her a reputation as a fresh and thought-provoking voice in the discussions of work-life balance, sustainable high performance and organizational health. To deliver on this mission, Sara expanded her coaching and strategy firm to include BrainAMPED, a research collaboration hub dedicated to sharing brain-based, vitality-enhancing strategies to create healthier, happier, high performing leaders and workplaces. Before putting this work at the forefront of her focus, Sara spent a decade with the Institute for Health and Human Potential studying and teaching the neuroscience of emotional intelligence. As the Vice President and Global Head of Leadership Innovation and Training, Sara led the development and delivery of leadership assessments and award-winning coaching and training programs aimed at helping leaders be their best, even in the most complex and pressure-filled moments. Sara has worked with Fortune 500 companies such as; UnitedHealth Group, Verizon, Rogers and Allstate; tech companies such as Adobe, WAVE and ATS; financial firms such as Scotiabank, Fidelity, BMO and PwC; pharmaceutical companies such as Sunovion; educational institutes such as Smith College and the University of Toronto, and the leadership team of the NBA’s Orlando Magic. Her clients have ranged from surgeons, bankers, lawyers, air traffic controllers and engineers to government agencies, nurses, nonprofits, start-ups and entrepreneurs. This broad perspective and diverse experience helps explain why she is often called on to work with some of the most senior, technically sophisticated and skeptical audiences. Balancing relevance and practicality with a contagious energy, Sara integrates cutting-edge science with real-life stories of success and failures. Her approach is guaranteed to challenge the status quo, provide new insights and inspiration, and most importantly, leave audiences with a blueprint of actionable strategies. Sara has a Master of Science (MSc.) Graduate Degree. Outside of work, she is a coffee loving, meditation rookie who can’t help but slip in the occasional Canadian “eh” at the end of a sentence. Her husband describes her career as professional eavesdropping-people-watching. She argues that she is merely a dedicated street scientist doing her professional duty to better understand why people do what they do, and why they don’t do what they know they should!


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Date:
April 9
Time:
1:00 pm– 2:00 pm
Cost:
FREE
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Online

Organizer

PCMA
Website:
https://www.pcma.org/