Leadership Under Pressure: Managing Through the Uncertainty and Change
Whether you’re back in the office or continuing to work remotely, feeling stressed out and overwhelmed can negatively impact your productivity, leadership, and effectiveness.
Not to mention, the added pressure of adapting your leadership for the ongoing uncertainty and constant changes.
It’s a lot of stress piling up that can easily lead to burnout.
While we can’t make all that pressure disappear, we can help better manage job and leadership stressors.
Join us for a strategic workshop to learn how to manage the stress and anxiety, find ways to plan for the unpredictable, and ultimately, assess and take calculated risks for yourself and your team without feeling more overwhelmed.
You’ll walk away with:
- Strategies to weather the unexpected, be it heightened demands or unanticipated disruptions
- Best practices for the pervasive 24/7 work culture that remote work has brought about while managing work-life balance
- Ways to stay energized, engaged, and avoid emotional fatigue (amongst other types)
- Actionable steps for agility, strategy, and efficiency as the uncertainty continues
- Easy steps you can take to better manage your stress levels and avoid feeling overwhelmed
How to lead when you’re feeling overwhelmed or burnt out
- Find the best way to reduce your stress and boost morale during challenging times
- Stay committed and connected while setting healthy boundaries
- Strike the balance between maximum productivity and overworking yourself
- Identify your personal triggers for pressure and stress that derail your productivity and wellbeing
Techniques to keep calm and inspire your employees in times of stress and uncertainty
- Quickly respond to changing trends, innovation, destabilization, and industry shifts
- Forecast and address anticipated needs and issues amongst your team more efficiently
- Set expectations for yourself and others in a dynamic, fluid work environment
Walk away from this interactive workshop knowing how to...
- Disrupt the daily patterns that keep you feeling stressed, pressured, and overwhelmed
- Discover strategies that keep your emotions – and everyone else’s - in check and under control
- Use assertive communication to bring structure to yourself and your team in times of chaos
About the Speaker
Michelle Coussens has owned and operated Plan B Consulting for more than 15 years. Her services span the full scope of training, assisting, and executing strategic business plans. Michelle assists in plan development, execution, and various other aspects of operational excellence. In addition, she facilitates meetings and retreats in project management, leadership, ethics, and other interpersonal topics for various types of entrepreneurs and organizations worldwide.
- Michelle is a mentor for students and alumni at Northwestern University, amongst other organizations, assisting professionals of all levels with their personal and professional development.
- Michelle is on the faculty of the American Management Association and of NeighborWorks America, where she teaches numerous different strategic planning, management, and analytical seminars to business professionals around the world. She is also on the business faculty at the College of DuPage.
- Michelle previously served as the first Dean of the School of Business at Kendall College. She built and managed all aspects of the school, including faculty and curriculum selection and assessment, as well as program development and enhancement.
Handling negative emotions (both yours and others) under pressure is a critical leadership skill. With this interactive workshop, you can keep yourself calm, cool, and collected under pressure. Learn how to manage the pressure and high-intensity situations during these unprecedented times.
If you'd like this program customized for your organization, call us at 1-800-964-6033. We're certain we can fulfill your training needs, while making it fit in your budget!