11 2021

Winter Doesn’t Have to Suck: Using Resilience to Move Forward with Optimism

6:30PM - 7:30PM  

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Ever feel like you are running a race and someone keeps moving the finish line?

You aren’t alone.

This extended period of uncertainty coupled with demanding work responsibilities and complex personal lives is taking its toll on us. This is moment we are in—it is real, it is challenging, but it doesn’t have to crush us.

Winter Doesn’t Have to Suck: Using Resilience to Move Forward with Optimism
Monday, January 11th 2021 | 6:30pm | Free Zoom Workshop

Pre-Registration is Required at https://bit.ly/JLAWinterResilience

In this session, full of practical strategies you can put into practice immediately, you will learn surprising ways to build your resilience, positioning you to thrive and lead with confidence and optimism.

About our Speaker:
Faun Zarge, M.A.
Faun is an employee burnout and resilience expert who teaches clients how to reduce burnout, navigate a multitude of work/life issues, and bring their A-game to every personal and professional role they play. With 20+ years as a trainer and coach, Faun works with clients in both the private and nonprofit sectors and is known for her high-energy and dynamic workshops. She has been quoted in numerous media outlets, including The New York Times and Fast Company. Faun holds a B.A. in Psychology and an M.A. in Counseling Psychology. Learn more at www.zarge.com 

JLA is developed with support from the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford and funded by the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford, the Auerbach-Schiro Foundation, the Samuel Roskin Trust at Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, Lea and Richard Rubenstein, Patti and Howard Weiner, Lisa and Peter Fishman, Alan and Michele Parker, and Sandy and Arnie Dashefsky.

Sponsor: Jewish Leadership Academy