January 25, 2017 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm GWU Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library
2300 I St NW
Washington, DC 20052
A Purposeful Conversation with Barbara Beizer
The characteristics and applications of resilience are as diverse as they are complex and contextual. In this informative, interactive session we will explore:
what current research reveals about resilience,
what makes us personally resilient, and
how practicing curiosity can lead us beyond coping to transformative resilience.
We’ll delve into the origins of your personal resilience, and what has made you resilient up until now. With a simple assessment process, you will discover your resilience strengths and you’ll leave the session with a template you can use to map your pathways to greater resilience in the future.
Barbara Beizer is a Certified Life, Leadership and Transition Coach, leveraging her career in organizational leadership development and change management to help others see differently and do things more effectively. She designs conversations that matter around her current passions of resilience and transition. She serves on the Board of The Transition Network, and is an active member of the Life Planning Network for professionals dedicated to promoting positive aging. Barbara has a Masters Degree in Organizational Development and is a graduate of Georgetown University’s Leadership Coaching Program.
Date: January 25, 2017
GWU Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library
2300 I St NW Washington, DC 20052 Map and Directions