Being a Resilient Professional with Sally Gunnell OBE
This complimentary webinar will provide a unique insight into understanding and improving your resilience, and the range of benefits it can bring to your life.
Sally Gunnell OBE, DL won the 1992 Olympic gold medal in the 400 metres hurdles. She is the only female British athlete to have won Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth titles concurrently, and was the first female 400 metres hurdler in history to win the Olympic and World titles and break the world record.
Sustaining high performance and resilience is a valuable topic given the damaging effects the global COVID-19 pandemic is having on us all. By addressing our personal resilience, we will improve our health, our confidence, our relationships, our sleep and our energy, to highlight but a few of the benefits it will bring.
Resilience played a key role in Sally’s success and she believes that resilience is something that everyone should have and can have. It enables individuals to deal with life when things don’t go to plan, when you hit those bumps in the road.
Completely free to view, this webinar will help you understand what it takes to stay at the top of the game, how to apply that understanding effectively in day to day life and work, and the benefits that will bring to your mental and physical resilience.
During this webinar, you will be encouraged look at your own resilience and through making small incremental adjustments you will understand and identify what changes you need to make to improve and sustain your resilience. You will go away with practical tips for improving your resilience, and with inspiration and motivation to put the understanding in to practice.
What You Will Learn
This webinar will cover the following:
- Goal setting for achievement
- Visualisation through positive reinforcement
- How to quieten that negative inner voice
- Understanding the core elements of personal resilience
- How to build and improve your personal resilience
This webinar was recorded on 24th June 2020
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