Dr. Laura Dowling discusses recent developments in the practical neuroscience (brain science) of emotions and resilience, two wellness/mental health critical competencies needed to manage a career successfully.
This webinar explores the difference between wellness and mental health, including:
- Addressing emotions (feelings), subjective states, and complex phenomena that determine an individual’s perception toward experience (good or bad). This results in a response that is either productive for an individual (growth and achievement) or unproductive (underdevelopment and inability to achieve goals).
- Examining the brain/body mechanics of emotions, stress, and eustress, including what is occurring neurologically and biologically, and how to help clients change negative perspectives that present as obstacles to personal growth and achievement.
PRESENTER: Dr. Laura Dowling is an author, speaker, and scholar specializing in leadership, change resilience, and using brain science for improved outcomes in business and higher education. She has 25 years of progressive healthcare management experience building and leading teams that exceed financial and operational expectations. Dr. Dowling has 15 years of experience designing and teaching courses in business and healthcare administration and strategic management. She holds a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership and an MBA in Technology Management as well as multiple technical and soft skills certifications. As an experienced consultant, coach, and business advisor, Dr. Dowling combines theoretical and practical knowledge to enhance hard and soft skill development, equipping individuals and organizations to effectively navigate complex business dynamics in the rapidly changing world of work.
Eligible for 2 NCDA CEUs.