Upcoming Events with DebElbaum.com

Upcoming Events

April 11, 12 noon, webinar:

Make Your Brain Your Ally: Using Neuroscience for Calm, Clear Leadership

Description: An effective leader needs to think and communicate calmly and clearly—even when under tremendous stress. When a situation or a colleague stresses us out, we often lose composure and strategic impact by reacting in non-productive ways. So, how can we get calm, clear-headed, and regain our leadership footing?

Drawing on neuroscience research, Linkage affiliate leadership coach and consultant Deb Elbaum will teach us how to retrain our brains to navigate stress and complicated leadership situations.

During this webinar, you will gain the foundation needed to:

  • Understand how stress affects our thinking and our ability to lead effectively
  • Apply neuroplasticity and neuroscience concepts to help us build new behavior patterns to anticipate, address, and alleviate stress
  • Create an actionable plan to reframe, regroup, and respond when stressful moments do occur

By paying attention to our ingrained habits of thinking and using new strategies to shift our mindset and behavior patterns, we can increase our external impact and interpersonal effectiveness to show up as the leaders we strive to be.

Register here.

May 16, 4-7 pm, Boston:

Empowering Women Leaders: Using Neuroscience for Clear, Confident Leadership

Description: An effective leader needs to think and communicate calmly and clearly. Yet, we might lose our leadership composure and strategic impact when a colleague or situation at work stresses us out, and we react in non-productive ways. When we're under pressure or in conflict a colleague, is there a way to get calm and clear-headed, and regain our leadership footing? Yes! In this interactive workshop for women leaders, Deb Elbaum shares a roadmap to help executives learn how to retrain their brains to more easily and quickly navigate stress and complicated leadership situations. Through paying attention to our ingrained habits of thinking and attention, and using new strategies to shift our mindset and behavior patterns, they learn to increase their external impact and interpersonal effectiveness to show up as the leaders they know they can be.

Participants will:

  • Understand how stress affects their thinking and ability to lead effectively.
  • Apply neuroplasticity and neuroscience concepts to help build new behavior patterns to anticipate, address, and alleviate stress.
  • Create an actionable plan to reframe, regroup, and respond when stressful moments do occur.

Agenda:

  • 4:00 - 4:30pm: Attendees arrive, open networking and registration, introduction to coach
  • 4:30 - 6:45pm: Ace-Up Coach-led workshop
  • 6:45 - 7:00pm: Closing remarks, feedback requested

Register here.

Here are a few webinars you can watch anytime:

Wanting a Career Change? Here's How to Get Clarity
Are you thinking about working in a new field or career? Do you need clarity to figure out what you want to do and how to make it happen? If you answered “yes” to these questions, this webinar is for you. You will learn exercises that can help you identify your strengths and interests, and give you tips about ways to explore new possible careers. By the end of the webinar, you will have strategies to start you on your way.
Download the webinar here. Cost: Free

Planning to Return to Work? What you Need to Consider
Time to go back to work? Are you mentally ready, but need help figuring out the different steps to make it happen? This webinar will tell you what you need to think about as you prepare to return to work and why each of those pieces are important. By the end of the webinar, you will feel more empowered and confident. You’ll know the next steps to take to move toward your goal of returning to work.
Download the webinar here. Cost: Free

Build Your Confidence Through Self-Talk
Interview with Kit Pang of Boston Speaks

When you're psyching yourself up for an interview or networking event, how do you talk to yourself? We're often not aware of what we say to ourselves, and we should be. We have the power to affect how we show up in conversations, and the first impression that we make. If we want to be confident and an effective communicator, there are ways to talk to ourselves. Here's what you'll learn about in this interview:
-Neuroplasticity: What it is and why it matters
-Inner critics: Who they are and what we can do about them
-An easy tool to start changing your self-talk
-Affirmations that really work to make you feel better!
Watch the interview here.