How to Leverage Resilience Strategies and Performance Science the Army Way
Recorded On: 10/30/2018
In a volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous world where associations and their members are forced to adapt and respond to change, leaders need more than tactical and technical skills. Melissa Schreibstein, M.S., ACC, leadership coach and resilience trainer for the U.S. Army, will offer strategic planning for the critical mental, emotional, and social elements of workplace performance. The same strategies that U.S. Army leaders use to bolster resilience can help associations gain a mental edge and drive innovation.
Looking through the lens of two major theories that underlie resilience and performance science, webinar attendees will be able to:
- Assess the quality of motivation and the culture of innovation within their organizations.
- Explore how the Self-Determination Theory of Motivation (Deci & Ryan) and the Broaden and Build Theory of Positive Emotions (Fredrickson) can help set the conditions for an innovative culture.
- Define tangible strategies they, as leaders, can put into action immediately to establish work environments where innovation thrives.
CAE Credit: Attendees may claim 1 credit toward their CAE application or renewal professional development requirements.
Melissa Schreibstein, M.S., ACC
Melissa Schreibstein is a gifted coach and passionate facilitator with a proven track record of empowering people to change their outlook, improve their leadership skills, and conquer their goals. Melissa has more than 12 years of experience helping leaders and performers develop an edge. Melissa honed her passion for helping leaders develop the mental and emotional qualities that underlie peak performance and resilience working as a trusted advisor, trainer, and subject matter expert for the U.S. Army. Whether it’s in the gym, office, classroom, on the field, or on the range, Melissa provides compelling lessons, sound insight, and enthusiastic, strategic support to help clients achieve higher levels of success.
Melissa completed certification in Leadership Coaching for Organizational Well-Being from George Mason University, where she also leads the Coach-Mentor program. She maintains an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential through the International Coach Federation (ICF). Melissa studied positive psychology and resilience with a team at the University of Pennsylvania. She has a Master of Science in Kinesiology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro School of Health and Human Services and is also a member of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP).