Wellness

7/22 Webinar: Even a duck can drown – 6 lessons for improving employee wellness and resilience

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Resilience is the capacity to not only survive life’s challenges but to learn and grow from them, to become stronger because of such challenges. When challenges arise, people often say “just let it roll off you, like water off a duck’s back.” The problem is that ducks aren’t always waterproof … and people aren’t always resilient.

Inspired by nature and informed by the psychology of resilience, our objectives will be to:

  • Define resilience and its importance in an age of uncertainty
  • Identify the characteristics that enable you to build resilience
  • Discover the keys to building your personal and professional resilience

This interactive session provides the opportunity to explore new ideas, connect with others, and gain actionable insights to build your resilience and help others do the same.


How to attend

Date: July 22, 2022 

Time: 1:00 p.m. ET/10:00 a.m. PT

*Please use the blue box on the side to register. 


About the presenter 

Maureen Orey headshotDr. Maureen Orey is the Founder/CEO of the Workplace Learning & Performance Group, Inc., a boutique corporate training and consulting firm based in San Diego, California. She is passionate about helping individuals and organizations be more resilient by facilitating high-impact leadership development, strategic planning and organizational development. She is a Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and holds a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership, a Master’s Degree in Education, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology.

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