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How To Get Comfortable With Uncertainty and Pivoting
July 2, 9:00am - 10:00am EDT. Hosted at FieldTrips on Zoom
About this FieldTrip
It’s all about how to turn the uncertainty of our times into an advantage. The objective of this FieldTrip is to outline the mindset and behaviors you need to adopt to get comfortable with uncertainty and pivoting. Uncertainty and pivoting can be experienced as an exciting challenge if we have have the mindset and skills to resolve it.
This FieldTrip is for you if ….
You’re going through change and don’t know what it means for you and your future.
You feel anxious and unsure when you think of your future.
You’re facing circumstances that have knocked you of your defined path and you don’t know how to get back on.
You don’t have a proven road-map or strategy to follow when it comes to transitioning or dealing with the uncertainty.
About your Host
I partner with leaders, entrepreneurs, professionals, makers, and communities to achieve their goals. Primarily by improving the performance of people and the systems they work in. My work involves developing and nurturing leaders, creating targeted learning solutions, Instructional design, leading change management initiatives, coaching executives, undertaking business analyses and developing strategy. I am the author of “Workplace Anxiety: How to Refuel and Re-Engage”.
Fun fact about me: In 2007, I got married, quit my very successful job and career, packed up and moved to another country where I only knew one person - my new husband.
Talk about uncertainty and pivoting. I know these topics intimately, and based on what I learned from operating in these spaces, I’ve got some key tips to share. It’s one of the reasons I wrote my book.