The world has changed dramatically in a matter of months. Shelter-in place has disrupted organizational routines, accelerated the use of remote communications technologies, and added home schooling to employees responsibilities. Especially at this time in history we can learn from and support each other in many ways. Leveraging the learning opportunities – through sharing and support – these sessions will prove highly beneficial in the post-pandemic era ahead.
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Jason Wilmot dives into a personal story of changing mindset, routine and expectations in order to achieve a large goal that was once thought out of reach. It is important to become an agent of change and transformation instead of being rolled over by their forces.
Using our virtues and character strengths can empower us to be the best we can be and offers guidelines to other elements of well-being. These virtues and strengths can be classified and developed. Keith Coleman dives into this area.
In this session, after being read his last rights, Davis Masten shares his perspective and personal insights as he explores longevity as an artist and the importance of being available to himself-in the time he is has left. Seeking presence and choices in most every moment.
Esther Wojcicki shares her expertise and personal insights into the disruption of schools during the pandemic. The discussion will focus on the commonality of learning principles at all age levels and how we can best employ them.