Sunday, March 6, 2011

Executive Performance - ASTD-SCC Meeting March 21, Norwalk, CT

Consistent performance demands resilient responses to business stressors and strains, as well as high levels of physical and mental energy. By being overworked, overstressed, and exhausted we not only decrease our ability to perform at our best, but we also increase our chances of making career-damaging mistakes.

And as e-mail, cell phones, and smart phones increasingly blur the line between work and personal life, stamina is no longer simply an asset for executives; it’s now a necessity. Executive Stamina techniques can help you achieve the clarity, energy and flexibility you need to perform at your best during these difficult times.

The session will allow participants to:
• Learn why being too tired, busy or stressed is your greatest potential derailed
• Help your entire team acquire the skills of managing stress during the workday
•Understanding how to leverage personal priorities to have more energy at work
• Develop systems for optimizing time and energy daily, while laying the foundation for sustainable career success

Program Title: Enhancing Leadership Performance and Sustainability

Speaker: Joshua Seldman
Joshua Seldman is a leader in the field of Executive Performance. After years as a world-class fitness coach, he applied his unique expertise on stamina and endurance to executive development, co-authoring the book Executive Stamina. As an executive coach to many Fortune 500 CEO’s and their teams, Joshua has a deep understanding of the demands on the modern executive, and works with companies all over the world to develop highly specialized programs that target work-life balance and productivity. His clients include GE, PepsiCo, Qualcomm, Becton Dickinson, T. Rowe Price, Taco Bell, and Burger King. Joshua has consulted for the United Nations Development Program on work- life balance and productivity.

Prior to coaching, Joshua was a professional athlete for seven years, during which he was honored as a twelve-hour and twenty four- hour solo mountain bike champion.

Time:
Networking: 5:45 PM
Dinner Served: 6:30 PM
Program: 6:45-8 PM

Location:
Hosted by the Southern CT chapter of the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD-SCC) at the Norwalk Inn and Conference Center, 99 East Avenue, Norwalk CT 203-838-2000

Price:
Members: $35
Non-Members: $50
Students: $20
To register or for more information, visit http://www.astdscc.org/eventsdetails.asp?eventsid=79

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