Emotional Resilience

General information
This Shared Experience will cover the main aspects of Emotional Resilience in the workplace.  Particularly important during these times we are living through.

Emotional resilience is the ability to adapt to stressful situations and cope with life's ups and downs. Everyone possesses emotional resilience; some people use it more effectively than others. Emotional resilience is a trait that can be developed. In this workshop, using a combination of theory and practice, speakers will go through their own personal experiences of how they used, maintained and adapted emotional resilience in different situations including coaching NHS first responders at the peak of the COVID 19 crisis and in disaster relief situations.
 

Topics will include:

  • Positive Emotion - focusing on the positive including practicing mindfulness
  • Engagement - seeking to achieve ‘flow’, the combination of passion and ability
  • Relationships - developing good connections
  • Meaning - dedicating ourselves to something greater
  • Accomplishment - the importance of valuing ourselves


Speakers

  • Libby Robinson, Managing Partner Integral Leadership and Coaching
  •  Francisco A. Gónima, Francisco Gónima Executive Coaching & Strategy
  •  Sue Bottomley, Executive Coach & Facilitator focusing on relationship well-being.


Biographies

Libby Robinson, is the Managing Partner of  Integral, a award-winning leadership and executive coaching company working with Fortune 1000 companies globally.  A former Wall Street Banker, aerospace engineer and National Champion Equestrian, Libby has worked for 26 years with senior leaders globally, helping to bring more mindfulness, resilience and greater capacity to brilliant and ambitious leaders. Integral uses a multi-disciplinary approach to foster deep personal change in leaders and to evoke “conscious leadership” cultures for their client.  Libby’s latest venture has been to launch BackFeed+, a new app that helps individuals and organizations get better, faster feedback using a method backed by the latest neuroscience data about how individuals receive feedback with less stress.

Sue Bottomley is a highly intuitive and insightful executive coach who creates a safe space and presence, asks “beautiful, deep questions” to enable clients to share, own, surface, voice and re-imagine deep seated fears and concerns. Trained in ontological coaching, somatic embodiment, Sue offers live-time guided visualisation to enable mindful awareness and build resilience for both individuals and groups. Sue trained in 1990 as a person centered therapist and continued her studies to a more depth appreciation of the effects, solace and integration of trauma through studies with Peter Levine, Dan Siegel and NICABM (National Institute For The Clinical Application of Behavioural Medicine). Sue currently supports on a pro-bono basis, several front-line NHS staff. She has also experience of delivering career support to the courageous whistle blowers who are often obligated to change focus. Sue has supported several NGO staff working in difficult situations and was asked to support the American Red Cross emergency teams involved in the 2004 tsunami. She was lead coach to the Operations Director and team during and in the aftermath of the 2005 London bombings. Sue is proud to be a member of Integral’s Advanced Coaching Practicum.

Francisco A. Gónima is an experienced executive coach, community facilitator, and social innovation strategist with a passion for supporting transformation at individual, team and community levels. A native of Bogota, Colombia, Francisco came to the United States as a child and grew up with one foot in each world. That experience produced a lifelong passion for understanding people, behavior, and how we make sense of things across cultures and experiences. The first decade of his career was with the American Red Cross where he came to serve as the national head of emergency shelter and feeding for the United States and its territories in Washington, DC. Over the last 13 years Francisco has grown a successful nationwide executive coaching, leadership development & strategy practice. As a practitioner Francisco is certified as an International Coach Federation Professional Certified Coach (PCC), an Emotions-Centered Coach, and as a Shift+ 360 Coach. He is an Alumni of the University of Texas at Austin and is a Marshall Memorial Fellow of the German Marshall Fund of the United States. He and his wife Lisa work together every day as civically engaged citizens in their hometown of San Antonio, Texas to do their part to make the world amazing for their five children and grandson.

This is a members-only event.  Please login and book online to reserve your place.
 

Access to HCA Webinar

Approximately 24 hours in advance, you will receive by email a link with details about how to access this webinar.  We use Zoom as our Webinar platform.  Zoom also has Android and iOS apps which can be downloaded in advance should you wish to participate using a mobile device. N.B. Please ensure you have registered at least 24 hours in advance in order to receive login details.
£0.00 per person (ex. VAT)

£0.00 per person (ex. VAT)

£0.00 per person (ex. VAT)

Emotional Resilience

Online

Thu 09 Jul 2020

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM BST
(5:00 PM - 6:30 PM CEST)