Join us as we explore practices and tools that can help you take risks that lead to greater opportunity and potential.
In this conversation, we discuss practices to recalibrate your day, throughout the day, by “controlling the controllable” to lower emotional reactivity, even in face of daily stressors.
In this conversation, we focus on how to handle the constant turbulence of change. Thinking about turbulence like a hurricane, we either operate being thrown around in the wind and debris or we can sit in the eye of the storm where it is still.
Pause in the midst of the pandemic to calm your mind, sharpen your focus, and increase your understanding of how impermanence and sudden upheaval can also offer opportunities for growth.
Check out this conversation and photo journey where we will connect all that we’ve explored today on emotional agility through the life story and work of an incredible woman, Alison Wright.
Jon Roberts and the team at CVS Health have for decades been at the forefront of constant change and evolving services, and in today’s environment, the speed of that change has accelerated exponentially.
We are joined by Dr. Judson Brewer who helps us explore how we recognize forms of anger, and how we can use the practices of mindfulness to transform them into ways of engaging that are much more positive, productive, and healthy.
Tiffany Shlain helped us explore how we can reclaim our presence, reset ourselves emotionally, and reconnect in a 24/7 digital world.
This Evolution Ready theme is on gaining the competencies to Embrace Unchartered Pathways in what has been called a TUNA world, one that is turbulent, uncertain, novel, and ambiguous. While the intensity and nature of what is turbulent, uncertain, novel, and ambiguous in our workplace may shift, in order to be evolution ready, we must be able to not only survive in this environment but also find ways to thrive in it.
So often the start of the new year brings thoughts of resolutions, intentions, and goals. While the desire to change is motivating, I’ve also learned that it’s important to...Read more about this blog by Tejal Tarro by clicking below.