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Positive Psychology and Mindset Tools to Regain Perspective
Positive Psychology and Mindset Tools to Regain Perspective

Tue, Apr 14

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Workshop is hosted via Zoom

Positive Psychology and Mindset Tools to Regain Perspective

You will learn how your mind reacts to sudden change and loss of control, how to process negative emotions, how to cultivate positive emotions for resilience, and how to shift your mindset and find opportunities in a crisis.

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Time & Location

Apr 14, 2020, 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM PDT

Workshop is hosted via Zoom

About the Event

In this workshop, we will look at how our mind reacts to sudden change and a loss of control, at negative emotions and how processing them can help us to cultivate positive emotions, positive engagement, positive relationships, positive meaning, and positive goals. We will focus on aspects of ourselves and our life that have been proven to optimize our well-being, and talk about resources and opportunities in these difficult circumstances.

Use the power of positive psychology to learn:

  • How your mind reacts to sudden change and loss of control
  • How to process negative emotions
  • How to cultivate positive emotions for resilience
  • How to shift your mindset and find opportunities in a crisis.

 

Positive psychology is the science of optimal functioning, well-being, and performance for individuals, communities and organizations.

Positive psychology grew largely from the recognition of an imbalance in clinical psychology, in which most research does indeed focus on mental illness. Despite these inequities, positive psychology’s aim is not the denial of the distressing, unpleasant, or negative aspects of life, nor is it an effort to see them through rose-colored glasses. Those who study topics in positive psychology fully acknowledge the existence of human suffering, selfishness, dysfunctional family systems, and ineffective institutions. But the aim of positive psychology is to study the other side of the coin—the ways that people feel joy, show altruism, and create healthy families and institutions—thereby addressing the full spectrum of human experience.” - Gabe and Haide) 

Hosted by Coach Annelise Pesa

Drawing from her background as an international finance lawyer, and also from her athletic pursuits, Annelise helps emerging leaders maximize their potential and reach authentic pursuits by leveraging their own strengths. She specializes in leadership, career development, career transition, work-life integration and developing resilience in the workplace. She has delivered corporate training in stress management and resilience, team communication, sexual harassment in the workplace, diversity and inclusion, and positive leadership. Annelise’s clients have reached excellent results by obtaining partnerships and promotions, increased performance, successfully changed roles and careers and consolidated leadership skills. Her clients say she has the right mix of being supportive yet challenging and motivating. 

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