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November 15, 2017

Resolve

Thriving Through Resilient Leadership

How to survive (and thrive) and thrive in today’s changing workplace

Virtual Meeting

Details provided prior to meeting.

About this session

Drawing from Shawn’s recent cycling adventure across the United States and Canada, with stories and research of Olympic athletes, wilderness adventurers, entrepreneurs, and thriving business leaders today, this interactive presentation presents four of the primary attributes resilient leaders possess in today’s volatile and turbulent work environment, including:

  • Overcoming Imposter Syndrome and Developing Self-Efficacy
  • Turning Negative Stress into Positive Pressure
  • How Challenge Drives Tenacity in Yourself and Those Around You
  • Why Building Energy is More Important than Capabilities and Short-term Outputs
  • How Strategic Stories Align Values

This engaging, provocative, and actionable presentation is designed to build purpose-driven and resilient leaders, and organizations.

Shawn Hunter is an entrepreneur, best-selling author, speaker, and currently Founder and President of Mindscaling, a company dedicated to creating beautiful, and intelligent online learning products.

Until July 2015, Shawn was an Executive Producer, Vice President for Leadership Solutions at Skillsoft. For over a decade Hunter has interviewed, collaborated with, and filmed, hundreds of leading business authors, executives, and business school faculty in an effort to assemble video learning solutions. He started this journey as an entrepreneur, and later expanded that business for Skillsoft. Hunter originally co-founded Targeted Learning Corporation with his father Hal Hunter, Ph.D., which was acquired by Skillsoft in February 2007.

Shawn’s new book Small Acts of Leadership: 12 Intentional Behaviors that Lead to Big Impact (Bibliomotion) was published on October 4, 2016.

Remember, anyone in your company can attend the session with you at no additional cost!

CCCE events are SCENT FREE to respect our members with allergies or sensitivities.

Your participation is appreciated!