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How Leaders Think During a Crisis with Kim Ades

Session Description, February 24:

How Leaders Think During a CrisisExperience how your thinking affects your decision-making and performance under stressful conditions.

  • Experience how your thinking affects your decision-making and performance under stressful conditions.
  • Explore 3 thinking strategies that top leaders leverage when faced with adversity.
  • Learn how to deal with debilitating thinking traps.

There is no question that the Covid has triggered feelings of fear, insecurity and uncertainty. Chances are, you and your team are feeling like you’re at the mercy of whatever new developments this pandemic throws your way.

With so little in your control, it can be challenging to keep your team feeling motivated, productive and secure. In this highly interactive and engaging session, you will discover the thinking strategies that the most successful leaders leverage during difficult times.

You will also take a deep, personal look at your own thinking to determine how it is impacting your results both personally and professionally. You will walk away with tangible techniques for overcoming your current leadership obstacles. Come prepared to be challenged! You are guaranteed to see the world through a new lens – the lens of an exceptional leader, even in moments of crisis.

Kim Ades, Speaker:

Headshot of Kim AdesKim Ades is the President and Founder of Frame of Mind Coaching™ and JournalEngine™ Software. Recognized as an expert in the area of thought mastery and mental toughness, Kim uses her unique philosophy and quirky coaching style to help leaders identify their personal blind spots and shift their thinking in order to yield extraordinary results. Author, speaker, entrepreneur, coach, and mom of five, Kim’s claim to fame is teaching her powerful Frame of Mind Coaching™ process to leaders, entrepreneurs and influencers worldwide.

Kim has been featured in online publications including Forbes and Inc. and has been a speaker for many organizations including Microsoft and SHRM. Annually, Kim hosts a leadership training program, helping leaders to become phenomenal coaches. Kim has also been an adjunct professor at Ryerson University and Centennial College, teaching HR and Training.


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