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Women in the Work World

March 31 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm


These past couple of years have seen higher levels of change, challenge and chaos. Despite the added stress and exhaustion, women are rising as stronger leaders and taking on the extra work that comes with this. Research shows that compared with men at the same level, women are doing more to support their teams and advance diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. We know that change will continue to be unavoidable. How do we adapt to change and protect our mental health?
If you believe that change is bad, it is. The more that we resist change the tougher our life becomes and the more detrimental it will be to our mental health. Research shows that being unprepared and resistant to change leads to increase in chronic stress, and an increase in physical symptoms, such as headaches and back pain. It can also lead to an increase in absenteeism and conflict, as well as a decrease in trust. Successful women who know how to relentlessly focus on adapting to the changes around them are able to move through the change faster and with less negative impact on their physical and mental health.

Why should you attend
Feeling hopeless in the face of constant change makes it difficult to take any steps forward. Overwhelm, fatigue, and despair can lead to mental health issues.
Throughout this presentation discover how to move from overwhelmed and despair, to a place of RESILIENCY. By focusing on relentless adaptation to change, you will learn how to stay healthy and minimize the chaos. Explore a variety of useful, workable and practical ways to help relieve stress, improve productivity and garner more energy using the 10 Up Factor.

Key Messages:
●Women who relentlessly adapt will thrive through challenge and those who resist will struggle to be productive, service their customers, and be competitive.
● There is a mental health continuum that we all move along and it is dynamic as we experience stress, challenge and crisis.
●Coping with change hinges not just on your knowledge and skills, but also on your ability to recover and remain energized during these challenging situations.
●Going through change is not always easy and a crisis or the unexpected challenge can throw us off-balance and leave us feeling overwhelmed.
●Relentless Adaptation can provide protection to your mental health in the face of adverse conditions.
●If the current reality is not ideal, move forward in creating your plan of action.

Participants Will:
●Proactively identify the various changes and challenges that are zapping energy and negatively impacting life, and putting you at risk for burnout and other mental health issues
●Implement the 10 UP Factor to release the physical effects of stress, protect your mental health and enable you to relax more and feel better
●Generate actionable ideas to overcome challenges, restore energy, and gain more happiness, satisfaction and joy


March 31
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm


America’s – NJSBDC


Online via Zoom
Pennsylvania United States + Google Map