Flourish: The Five Practices of Particularly Resilient People - From the 2018 ICF Advance
In this session, Taryn Stejskal, Ph.D explores the Adversity Quotient and five core practices of particularly resilient people, how best to develop leadership competencies including resilience, and how to create a culture of resilience in your organization.
ICF Global - March 2020
0.33 Resource Development
from January 01, 2020
Taryn Stejskal, Ph.D., has spent nearly two decades focused on leadership, assessment and the development of high potential talent. She currently leads the global high potential agenda for Cigna’s top leaders, focused on enterprise leadership development, coaching and experiential programming. In her role, she is privileged to serve as a strategic partner, developing and mobilizing exceptional talent to key business functions and segments. She draws upon systems theory to understand the dynamic nature of organizational environments, believing that change in one area of an organization has the ability to positively alter the organization as a whole. Taryn is particularly adept at quickly identifying critical business issues, identifying patterns and trends, and creating realistic and achievable outcomes rooted in best practices to support enterprise strategy. She often serves as a trusted advisor and focuses on helping leaders find solutions instead of focusing on problems. She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Michigan, obtained her doctorate degree from the University of Maryland, and completed pre-and post-doctoral fellowships in neuropsychology at Virginia Commonwealth University.
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