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Be the Hero – Using your brain to boost your emotion and perform at your best

Topic:
Be the Hero – Using your brain to boost your emotion and perform at your best
Date:
January 28, 2013 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Noah Blumenthal, President(Leading Principles, Inc.)
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Description
No one is free of challenges. Work and life events stress us out, people treat us unfairly, and we sometimes feel powerless. Life is uncertain, and change is constant. Sometimes it is easy to play the part of the victim. Yet some people are at their best even in the toughest times. No matter the stress or challenge, they are positive, energized and taking productive action. Anyone can become that person – the everyday hero.

By understanding how our brains work – how we feed them and nourish our best states of mind and how quickly thoughts occur that prevent our best efforts – we can choose the ideas and train our brains to bring out our best. In fact we can reprogram our brains to react, feel, think and act better than ever before.

Based on neuroscience, positive psychology, and eastern philosophy, these proven techniques improve your ability to respond to adversity, work more effectively and build stronger, more productive teams.

In this entertaining and highly interactive session you will receive concrete tools and techniques that you can implement immediately to overcome challenges and shape your success in work and in life. It’s your choice. Wouldn’t you like to Be The Hero?

“Best session ever. It was awesome!”
-       Claudia Mills, Learning Manager, Child Health Corporation of America

“Fabulous! Inspiring!”
-       Dr. Narendra Kini, CEO, Miami Children's Hospital

“I was thrilled by the receptivity of the audience to your stories and exercises. People were energized, laughing and learning all at the same time. Thank you for helping make our conference a huge success.”
-       Kent Keith, CEO, Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership
Who Should Participate
Suitable to all levels, Noah Blumenthal coaches and trains senior executives and first time managers, high potential leaders and multi-million dollar sales people. Referring to the book that is the basis for this session, Michael H. Thaman, Chairman and CEO of Owens Corning, said, “I recommend Be the Hero for anyone who is driven by the challenge of delivering peak performance at work and at home.”
What You Will Learn
Some key outcomes that participants will experience include:
  • Managing stress effectively
  • Responding positively to change and adversity
  • Breaking down silos
  • Developing a solution orientation to everyday problems
  • Increasing creativity around problem solving
  • Building more productive teams
  • Experiencing greater happiness
Recommended Resources
Be the Hero, by Noah Blumenthal Your Brain at Work, by David Rock The Emotional Life of Your Brain, by Richard J Davidson with Sharon Begley
Communities
Leadership
Leadership Philosophies
Career Management
Leading Others
Leading Self
Stress
Flexibility/Adaptability
Employee Wellness
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Awesome presentation! Thank you very much for reminding me how empowered we all really are. This was a magnificient energizing presentation. I loved the way you engaged the audience by asking them questions online. 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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Accredited Surety & Casualty Company
Best interaction I have EVER experienced during a webinar. 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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Indiana University at Bloomington
Excellent Webinar! However many technical difficulties. Was not able to join the webinar until 20 minutes into the session...Had started trying to log into the session at 5 minutes prior to the session starting and spent the entire 25 minutes working on getting in. Also the download slides option did not work. 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
Image of Grace Klinefelter Grace Klinefelter
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Excellent! Thank you. 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
Image of Ingrid Markwort Ingrid Markwort
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Great webinar! I'd suggest a part 2 webinar that includes information on why - what aspect of human nature what need we're trying to meet - humans tend to view things from the victim role. Also include info/tactics re: how to sidestep emotional reactions (anxiety fear) that feed decisions to take the victim stance and also interfere with the ability to think clearly to develop solutions; it's easier to think of strategies when you're not in the middle of the situation. Thank you! 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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Durham Convention & Visitors Bureau
I had a hard time getting into the event. Perhaps because I was a late registrant there was no link in my email and even going to the registration email that asked me to test my computer to make sure I COULD connect didn't help get me to WHERE I needed to be when it started. The site CRAWLED at 11 and I couldn't initially find a way to enter the webiner. I hope to find this as a recorded webinar to listen to in full later. The last 1/2 was good. There were a few audio drops during the presentation. 3 / 5
Good Presentation
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Such a motivational presentation! Excellent real world examples and quotes - easy to understand with practical advice shared. Fabulous!!! 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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Thank you for reminding me I hold the accountability for positive energy and what it begets. 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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Rjf Agencies Inc
The speaker was good. The slides couldn't be downloaded and I couldn't get onto the session until 18 minutes in due to technical difficulties and problems with HR.com (per other people commenting having the same issues) 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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Thoroughly enjoyed the presentation took away some good ideas and look forward to reading the book. 5 / 5
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Very good presentation - very engaging and witty. 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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