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Harness Your Positive Energy – Become a Positive Energizer

When:
Thursday, Jul 16, 2020 12:00 PM
Where:
At your computer/device
More Info:
Harness Your Positive Energy – Become a Positive Energizer
Audience:
General Public
Sponsor:
Health Improvement Program

You probably have come across a few positive energizers in your life: the people that seem to effortlessly light up a room, cheer you up when you are down, and infuse energy to everything and everyone they touch.

Research has found that those who positively energize others are higher performers and tend to enhance the performance of others. Further, high performing organizations have three times more positive energizers than low performing organizations. So what does this mean for you, your career, and your well-being?

The good news? These skills are learnable and growth enhancing.

Join us for this noontime webinar to expand your personal power, upgrade your mindset, and learn how to positively impact those around you. Drawing on research from Kim Cameron and others, you will learn how to seek “positive deviance,” ask energizing questions, reset your view of “failure,” and take ownership of your future. Walk away with life enhancing skills that can easily be put into practice, improving both your professional life and personal well-being.

Note: This webinar is only available at the scheduled date and time.

Instructor: Patty Purpur de Vries, MS, is the director of strategy, outreach and innovation for Stanford’s BeWell Programs and an ambassador for the Stanford Medicine WellMD Center.

Class details are subject to change.

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