Many of us live with constant self-talk that undermines our confidence, courage, and resilience. You may tell yourself things like:
- “I’m such an idiot.”
- “I never get it right.”
- “I’m just not smart enough.”
- “I’m way too slow at my work.”
Join us online to learn how you can start developing your alternative voice – your inner coach – in order to become a more effective leader. You’ll learn the neuroscience behind why we all doubt ourselves, and you’ll discover a new technique that will help you think and act in more constructive ways.
Who Should Attend
This webcast is ideal for higher education professionals, especially women, who have difficulty believing in their own strengths and are ready to tap more of their leadership potential.
To help you recognize and develop your inner coach, you’ll learn the following:
- The origins and neuroscience of the undermining voice
- The four types of inner voices that undermine courage, confidence, and resilience, as well as how your inner critic enters into your personal and professional lives
- A technique that will help you track your negative thoughts and patterns and help you craft a constructive inner-coaching message
Psychologist, Leadership Coach and Co-Founder of The Resilience Group
Beth is a leadership coach and licensed clinical psychologist, who balances a private psychotherapy practice and a leadership development consultancy in Narberth, PA. With her colleague, Dr. Jane Shure, she founded The Resilience Group which trains leaders to develop skills that expand their capacity to manage adversity, increase confidence when transitioning into new roles, maintain a grounded presence in the face of stress and promote a positive influence over those who work with and for them. Read Beth's full bio here.
Questions About the Event? Email this event's Program Manager, Lisa Lafflam.
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