Change and Mindsets AM Session

When

Aug. 7, 2020, 9am to 10:30am

Office/Remote Location

Virtual Discussion Group

Description

About the course
In today’s workplace, change is constant. The most recent research indicates that we are wired to be resilient enough to deal with the delicate balance between stability and change. So why do so many people seem to struggle with and resist change? Time and again, workplaces report stress reactions to change. During this virtual discussion group you will learn how:

▪   Your mindset can shape your experience - you can take control by first changing your mindset

▪   To build your resilience and ability to thrive through change or whatever life brings your way

About the trainer 

Tim Furlong (Simmons Group)
A nationally recognized speaker, facilitator, and executive coach, Tim Furlong has been delivering high energy presentations for nearly two decades. The Hard Rock Hotels & Casinos, M&Ms Mars, Whole Foods, Michael Kors, The National Parks Service, RE/MAX, New York Life, CNN, MTV & VH1, The University of Michigan Athletic Department, and The NHL’s Nashville Predators are just a few organizations that have benefitted from Tim’s insights . Tim is the author of the book “Quarter Turns-Small Shifts, Big Impact” and the creator of the “Quarter Turns” coaching program which enables leaders in any industry to identify small shifts in approach and behavior that yield highly impactful, sustainable results. From CEOs of fortune 500 companies, to platinum selling recording artists, Tim’s coaching and training programs have empowered thousands of individuals and organizations to achieve at the highest levels.

Admission Information

Participation is free to all UNLV employees, registration is required, and space is limited. Because of the interactive and engaging nature of the training, you need to make sure you join from your computer and that it has a working video camera and microphone.

Register here.

Contact Information

Director of Organizational Development, UNLV Human Resources
Erin Collier

Event Sponsor

UNLV Human Resources