Emotional Agility

Being flexible with our thoughts and feelings so that we can respond optimally to everyday situations is being emotionally agile. Accepting that we experience a full spectrum of emotions perceived as good, bad, and indifferent—which is normal. Emotional agility means holding these emotions loosely and looking at them not as directives, but simply as data to help us take impactful action.

Upon receiving your registration confirmation, please be sure to add the session to your calendar by clicking the appropriate link under the meeting details. Additionally, you can cancel your registration via this same confirmation should a conflict arise.

 Option 1

November 9; 12:00p - 1:30p EST

Option 2

November 14; 12:00p - 1:30p EST