Event

Thursday, May 16, 2019 - 4:00pm

AceUp Empowering Women Leaders | Using Neuroscience for Confident, Clear Leadership

Location: 
GSVlabs
2 Avenue de Lafayette
Boston, MA
Organization: 
AceUp

An effective leader needs to think and communicate calmly and clearly. Yet, we might lose our leadership composure and strategic impact when a colleague or situation at work stresses us out, and we react in non-productive ways. When we're under pressure or in conflict a colleague, is there a way to get calm and clear-headed, and regain our leadership footing? Yes! In this interactive workshop for women leaders, Ace-Up leadership coach Deb Elbaum shares a roadmap to help executives learn how to retrain their brains to more easily and quickly navigate stress and complicated leadership situations. Through paying attention to our ingrained habits of thinking and attention, and using new strategies to shift our mindset and behavior patterns, they learn to increase their external impact and interpersonal effectiveness to show up as the leaders they know they can be.

Objectives:

Participants will:

  • Understand how stress affects their thinking and ability to lead effectively.
  • Apply neuroplasticity and neuroscience concepts to help build new behavior patterns to anticipate, address, and alleviate stress.
  • Create an actionable plan to reframe, regroup, and respond when stressful moments do occur.

Bio:
Professional Certified Coach (PCC) Executive & Leadership Coach Deb Elbaum holds an MD from the University of Pennsylvania and a BA in Psychology from Harvard. She is certified in the neuroscience of coaching and has worked with senior and emerging leaders at organizations including Sanofi, Gingko Bioworks, Rapid 7, Techstars, EMC, and Lovepop. Deb's audiences appreciate her engaging and relatable approach, and the opportunity in her workshops to shift their mindsets and behaviors to better serve themselves and their organizations.

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