Six Practical Tools for Resilience in Difficult Times

friDAY, april 30, 10:30 A.M.-NOON
WEBINAR

From a deadly pandemic to economic turmoil to a deep freeze, we’ve been bombarded by non-stop challenges over the past year. Fear and fatigue plague our employees; stress and burnout are taking a toll on everyone. Often, we get emotionally and psychologically burdened by it all. This has a practical impact on our ability to focus, our ability to sleep, and our ability to think. Productivity declines; decision making suffers.

In this thought-provoking webinar, featured TML keynote speaker and trainer, Joe Serio, PhD, presents six powerful tools that can transform stress into strength in a very short period of time. These tools can change your organization from one that is suffering to one that is thriving. He will conclude his program with a lightning round of 30 ways to reduce stress. 

 Webinar Fee

$65members and associate members
$95nonmembers

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Joe SerioJoe Serio, PhD, delivers leadership and wellness trainings for government agencies. He has delivered more than 500 presentations to law enforcement, 9-1-1 dispatchers, and probation officers as well as mid-management and line staff in municipal and county agencies. His six-month Leadership Academy focuses on assisting participants to become the leaders they never thought possible.  

In his former life, Joe was the only American to work in the Organized Crime Control Department of the Soviet National Police. Later, he was the director of the Moscow office of the world’s leading corporate investigation and business intelligence firms. He is the author of Investigating the Russian Mafia and Vodka, Hookers, and the Russian Mafia: My Life in Moscow

During his time in Russia, he was a contract agent for the CIA and a media consultant, working with the New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, BBC, Fox News, and others. Most recently, he appeared on 48 Hours in February 2021.

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