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Recorded in January 2016
Length: Approximately 90 minutes
Managing disruptions in our lives is one of the most important elements in maintaining personal effectiveness. We must expend mental energy (to unlearn old ways and learn new ones), emotional energy (to work with feelings and reactions), and physical energy (to engage in new behaviors). Researchers have identified a set of “change muscles” that help people use their adaptation energy more effectively. This program will both enable participants to understand their own resilience and to explore practical applications of resilience when coaching and counseling clients through life transitions and behavioral change. It has applications for both clinical and I/O psychologists.
- Describe the importance of resilience in both positive and negative change.
- Discuss the characteristics of resilience and how they work together.
- Complete an in-session Personal Resilience self-rating questionnaire to assess one's own resilience.
- Apply the resilience characteristics, i.e., “change muscles”, and practice how to strengthen them.
- Discuss applications of resilience to coaching and consulting interventions.
About the Presenter:
Joy McCarthy, PhD
Dr. Joy McCarthy is licensed psychologist (PSY002233) with over 25 years of coaching and consulting experience. She works with individuals in transition and business leaders and their teams to achieve measurable improved outcomes. Her areas of expertise include leadership selection, development, and retention, talent management and engagement, team performance, career transition, organization transformation, change execution, resilience, and strategic innovation. Joy has extensive experience in individual assessment and organization diagnostics as well as in the design and delivery of customized learning programs. When coaching her focus is on helping individuals integrate their increased self-awareness and competency with their personal needs and their professional demands. She teaches how to reinforce growth and change for long-term sustainability. Joy is known for finding ways to truly engage her clients in the change process, finding the source of their vitality and commitment and awakening their abilities and creativity. Her client base includes individuals in personal and professional crisis and transition, publicly held corporations, not-for-profit institutions, community organizations and small, entrepreneurial businesses.
Dr. McCarthy obtained her PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia and her B.A. in Political Science at Maryville University, St. Louis, Missouri.
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- $20: Non-Members
- Free: GPA Student Members
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