Leading Through Times of Stress (First session in a series of three workshops offered by Jacquelyn Wieland)
This program is offered as a series, each building on the prior workshop. It integrates real-world examples from those who led during times of crisis and relevant principles from leadership guru John Maxwell to help participants gain perspective, engage
in possibility thinking, and address the practical and psychological needs of others. If you want to help your leaders emerge from a crisis “better than normal,” book this program.
Leaders Go Through Stress Too
During this executive breakfast we will review reactive stress behavior, it’s impact on your leadership style, communication and ability to show up fully during crisis management. You will have a chance to share some of your challenges leading teams and organizations in a day one environment where there are many unknowns while being tasked to keep a strategic perspective moving the organization and culture forward. You will leave with tips on how to manage your stress, connect with others during times of stress, and connect with other leaders who are being challenged with the same things in their organization.
- Help others gain perspective and maintain focus through times of crisis
- Overcome resistance and assumptions about how things “should be”
- Empower others to pursue possibilities and take intentional actions
- Use adversity as a catalyst for helping others emerge better than normal
- Awareness of Stress Reactions, Communication Needs and Expectations, and Productive Behavior
Fields of Study:
- Personal / Professional Development
- Influence & Impact
- Overcoming Adversity
- Leadership Development
- Awareness and Engagement
- Stress Management
Registration for workshop 2 and 3 coming soon!
Jacquelyn K. Wieland, MS, BS
Jacquelyn@solutionsprovided.com | www.solutionsprovided.com
Jacquelyn specializes in unlocking
individual’s innate leadership style so that they can connect, engage and align with their teams, clients and organizations to influence strategy and transformational shifts. As a leadership strategist who provides executive coaching and team-based
coaching with a focus on the development of leadership behaviors that characterize extraordinary leaders, Jacquelyn brings insight and wisdom to her keynote speaking engagements and client workshops. Emphasizing leadership style, effective communication,
and relationship building as critical building blocks to leadership success, she advises C-suite and senior leaders in the Financial sector of Fortune 300 companies. Most recently Jacquelyn spoke to The Institute of Internal Auditors All Stars Conference
in Las Vegas and the Women in Leadership Conference in Washington, The Birkman conference, IIA GAM Conference. She will be speaking at the GRC, Gaming and Hospitality Conference and several financial conferences later this year.
As a Leadership
Strategist who partners with client’s leadership, influencers, & high potentials to transform, align, disrupt, simplify, engage and enable needed shifts and conversations. Jacquelyn manages a portfolio of projects, identifying and partnering with
clients on learning and performance outcomes, designing and managing stakeholder engagement, change management and communication plans and leading selected projects for clients.
An alumna of Oklahoma State University, Jacquelyn holds an MS
in Consumer Behavior and a B.S. in Education from Texas State University. She holds certifications in Birkman Mindset, Lumina Personality Profiles, Facilitation & Birkman Method a behavioral assessment. She is a John Maxwell Team Executive Director
certified in JMT DISC, leadership, speaking and coaching. She is licensed in New Jersey as a health and life insurance producer.
Jacquelyn is passionate about connection, communication, engagement and influence and believes you control your Attitude
and the Choices you make.
Tuesday, September 22, 2020 | 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Free - FWA Members | $10 Non-Members | Link to complete registration for the webinar will be forwarded prior to the session.
Special thanks to our speaker Jacquelyn Wieland.
This event is organized by the FWA-New Jersey Committee of the FWA of New York, Inc.
About the FWA
Established in 1956, the FWA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit professional organization with a membership of approximately 800 female and male professionals working in the financial services industry or who hold a financial position in another industry. The FWA has a long tradition of encouraging women to seek career opportunities in finance and business through mentorship and networking.
Reservations/cancellations and payments are required by COB (5:00 pm) Monday, September 21, 2020.