Led by resilience and personal branding expert Billy Dixon this practical workshop dispenses with the psychobabble that surrounds the subject of resilience. Staff & Alumni: To access this event the register button will change to 'Join live' session on the day of the event.
The entire content will be based upon validated research and personal experience. The presentation will be interactive but will never isolate or embarrass any individual.
At the end of the session each person should have a toolkit that can be used on a daily basis to help build or sustain their personal resilience.
Regardless of your subject or year group we all need to maintain our confidence and resilience. This workshop will help you identify key strategies that will help you improve your resilience and accelerate your progress and development.
Staff, Alumni or Careers Teacher's wishing to attend this event can access the joining link from this webpage on the day of the event when the Register button will change to 'Join Live'
Billy Dixon provides a bespoke and confidential service for individuals and teams who want to improve their performance, and maximize their potential.
Working globally, his clients include heads of state, corporations, national sports teams and members of the public.
Several universities are now using his principals on personal projection in their MBA business courses, and he is a regular contributor and advisor on television and radio.
“I try to bring clarity, to help people see the road ahead with the realization that people and relationships are at the center of everything.”
This talk will take place on Blackboard
Blackboard is like zoom. You will meet virtually online with the speaker and other guests.
Find out how to get the best experience from this talk by viewing our technology requirements.
The session will start at the time indicated. You should be ready 5 minutes before the talk starts.
If you see this guy – don’t worry, it just means you are a little early. Come back 15 minutes before your talk starts and he’ll be gone.