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Conversations in Leadership: ‘I Didn’t Sign Up for This!’

By Shawn Hunter

From difficult people to difficult circumstances, we all face some degree of difficulty in our every life, whether at work or at home. How we overcome these difficulties is often what defines us as human beings. But sometimes, it’s hard to know exactly how to do that.

Skillsoft has teamed up with author and expert Sandra Crowe to offer you some answers or, at the very least, some strategies to find the answers you need to overcome personal trials. Join Skillsoft and Ms. Crowe Jan. 27 for our latest Conversations in Leadership webinar, I Didn’t Sign Up for This! 7 Strategies for Dealing with Difficulty in Difficult Times to learn:

  • Why shifting internal reactions can have external implications.
  • How to alter the ongoing difficulty that lives within right now.
  • How to design and shift your emotions under any circumstance.
  • Where and how to change expectations to affect your mood.
  • What tools will alter your difficult relationships and finally make them work.

Crowe is a widely regarded voice when it comes to dealing with difficulty. She has hosted more than 2,300 seminars on the subject over the past 20+ years and worked with many prominent organizations, including The Executive Office of the President, Social Security Administration, FBI, Dept. of Agriculture, Marriott, Sony Corp., Southland Corp, Citicorp, The Discovery Channel, Sears, The Census Bureau, National Association of Female Executives, Union Labor Life Insurance, NASA and Depts. of Army & Navy, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

If you’re looking to change the way you approach day-to-day stresses, then you won’t want to miss this webinar. Register now, and take 45 minutes to learn how you can improve both your professional and personal life.

Shawn Hunter is an Executive Producer & Vice President, Skillsoft Leadership Channel™ and author of Out Think. Follow Shawn on Twitter: @gshunter

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