Webinar: Emotional Agility

Organizations are increasingly demanding flexibility, teaming, customer-centricity, innovativeness, and inclusiveness from their culture and talent. At the same time, increasing complexity in organizations actually conspires against these outcomes, leading to: rigidity, black-and-white thinking, and transactional relationships.  

Join Big Think Edge for a 30-minute webinar with Susan David as she explores the critical, internal psychological habits that enable employees to engage others across organizations, to team, and to thrive.

Key Takeaways of the Session:

  • How getting hooked by thoughts, emotions and stories stops us, and our organizations, from thriving.
  • Why emotional agility is a critical skillset for individuals, teams and organizations.
  • Essential steps to cultivate emotional agility.

Susan will speak for 20 minutes, followed by a brief Q&A. Registration is complimentary but space is limited- sign up now to reserve your place. 


December 1st, 2016 @ 2-2:30pm EST

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unnamed.jpgSusan David, Ph.D., is a Psychologist on the faculty of Harvard Medical School; co-founder and co-director of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital; and CEO of Evidence Based Psychology, a boutique business consultancy. She is the author of the new book Emotional Agility recently named a Best Book of 2016, Leadership Category by Amazon, based on her concept that Harvard Business Review heralded as a Management Idea of the Year, and has been featured in numerous leading publications. An in-demand speaker and advisor, David has worked with the senior leadership of hundreds of major organizations, including the United Nations, Ernst & Young, and the World Economic Forum. 



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