Preserve yourself – how to stay robust in a fast-moving everchanging world
Learn about robustness and how to stay calm, optimistic and energetic when faced with pressure, problems or adversity.
After the webinar, you’ll know more about:
- What is robustness – and why is it important?
· What is stress – and how does it affect our physiology and mental capacities?
- What is stress related strain?
· The 5: The enemies of robustness and friends of stress
· How to develop and strengthen your robustness
In a world that is increasingly challenging us with an accelerating pace, complexity and change, robustness has become a necessary life skill to possess.
Robustness is not a shield that makes us invulnerable so we can handle anything. Instead, it is about how we can maintain the best and healthiest in ourselves, and can, despite pressure, think and make conscious choices about how we want to deal with the pressure we face.
We are not all born equally robust, but we can all develop and strengthen our resilience with the right knowledge, self-insight and training.
Birgitte Dam Jensen. Birgitte has been working professionally with robustness and stress for more than 15 years. Her background is partly from theatre, the Danish Defense (military) and as a psychotherapist with specialty in chock, trauma and resilience. She is the author of the book “Preserve yourself – robust in an unpredictable future” and produces the podcast “Preserve yourself”. Book and podcast are in Danish.
If you want to know more - visit her homepage: www.bevardigselv.dk.
Form and recording
The form of the webinar is presentation as well as involvement through dialogue and reflection. As a participant, you will therefore have to turn on your camera and be visible to them other participants.
We record the webinar, save it on our YouTube channel and send it to participants who can access it for 7 days.
During the webinar, your name, email and any photos and videos will be visible to the other participants in the event. Your name, email, position and company may also be disclosed to the instructor, solely for the purpose of the instructor’s conducting of the event.
Birgitte Dam Jensen