CSU’s Got Talent Online Training: Understanding and Achieving Resilience to Face Challenges

Nearly 1 in 5 Americans say they have a physical reaction when thinking about the pandemic. This kind of stress puts our body and brain on high alert, intensifying negative emotions and causing restless nights and unproductive days. All humans have a built-in negativity bias, which undermines a more rational approach to challenges thrust upon us. Those challenges go beyond the threat of the virus itself by drastically altering our normal routines. You’ll learn how to combat stress by recognizing emotional triggers and utilizing proven strategies for changing your mindset and behaviors. This isn’t about simply “bouncing back” from adversity-it’s about “bouncing forward” because of it.

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Questions: Contact Jennifer Wicks, Executive Producer, at jwicks@calstate.edu or 562-951-4525 prior to webcast day.

This course will take place Friday, 26 2021 from 10:00 am – 11:00 am. All CSU Faculty & Staff are invited to attend this free webcast.

No Registration Required. Please join as a “Guest” and type in your CAMPUS/Your Full Name (for example: CSULB/Steven Spielberg).

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CSU’s Got Talent Online Training: Leading to the Next Normal Navigating Turbulent Times

The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted every facet of our lives. Organizations have made many short-term changes, some of which will lead to enduring
adaptations to how we work and live. The challenge for leaders is to make sense, instill meaning, create space, and craft places that enable people to thrive
in the “next normal.” In this interactive presentation, Eric McNulty will discuss how and why organizations should be ambitious and aspirational in times like
these.

Questions: Contact Jennifer Wicks, Executive Producer, at jwicks@calstate.edu or 562-951-4525 prior to webcast day.

This course will take place Wednesday, January 27, 2021 from 10:00 am – 11:00 am. All CSU Faculty & Staff are invited to attend this free webcast.

No Registration Required. Please join as a “Guest” and type in your CAMPUS/Your Full Name (for example: CSULB/Steven Spielberg).

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CSU’s Got Talent Online Training: The 7 Types of Narcissism You Need to Know

Dr. Ramani Durvasula is on a mission to demystify and dismantle the toxic influence of narcissism on all of our lives. Narcissism is a personality pattern that impacts behavior, and can result in behavior that manifests as high conflict, antagonistic, and dysregulated. These patterns can impact a range of relationships including intimate, family, and workplace relationships. Although the term is often used, there can be a lack of clarity in what it means, and it can have varied presentations. Understanding the different “faces” of narcissistic personality styles can provide a framework for addressing and managing it in a range of settings. The focus of Dr. Durvasula’s clinical, academic and consultative work is the etiology and impact of narcissism and high-conflict, entitled, antagonistic personality styles on human relationships, mental health, and societal expectations.

Questions: Contact Jennifer Wicks, Executive Producer, at jwicks@calstate.edu or 562-951-4525 prior to webcast day.

This course will take place Wednesday, November 18 from 10:00 am – 11:00 am. All CSU Faculty & Staff are invited to attend this free webcast.

No Registration Required. Please join as a “Guest” and type in your CAMPUS/Your Full Name (for example: CSULB/Steven Spielberg).

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If you missed the session, you can view all previous recordings on the learning portal, CSU Learn by searching “CSU’s Got Talent.”

CSU’s Got Talent Online Training: How to be Happy at Work: The Power of Purpose, Hope and Friendships

Dr. Annie McKee will present a compelling argument for why happiness at work is good for us—and for our companies—too. Her presentation is backed by solid research, and is profoundly practical as well. Participants will gain new insights about how to use emotional intelligence to be better colleagues and managers, and how to build a positive culture in their teams. She will share techniques to take charge of your own happiness at work, find deeper meaning in what you do, focus on hope for the future, and build better, stronger relationships in the workplace.

This course will take place Tuesday, October 20 from 10:00 am – 11:00 am. All CSU Faculty & Staff are invited to attend this free webcast.

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