From Survive to Thrive: Tipping the Balance to Support a Resilient Workforce During the COVID-19 Crisis and Beyond

A Dale Carnegie Virtual Event

Your People are More Resilient Than You Think

Humans have an innate capacity to survive and bounce back from adversity. Witness countless stories of people who have survived being stranded in the wild, held in captivity or trapped below ground or in rubble for days, weeks or even years.

Human survival requires resilience.

And yet, when faced with crises and adversity in the workplace such as the current covid-19 crisis, the anxiety, stress and uncertainty our people experience can lead to burnout, disengagement, and mental health issues. The current mix of work-from-home, social distancing at work, economic anxiety, new job roles and the threat of job loss demand a resilience that some can’t manage on their own and so they depend on their leaders for help.

Join us for this virtual event to learn:

  • The findings from Dale Carnegie’s latest research on resilience and its impact on your team
  • The key drivers of resilience and related outcomes
  • Practical steps you can take to ensure your people will cope, recover and learn from the Covid-19 crisis and the next disruption around the corner

Meet the Speakers

mark marone

Mark Marone

Director of Research and Thought Leadership Dale Carnegie and Associates

joe hart

Joe Hart

President and CEO Dale Carnegie and Associates

Time commitment:
This is a 45-minute virtual event with a 15-minute Q&A session following (60-minutes total)

Friday, April 24 at 11:00 a.m. EDT (5pm CAT)

Resilience is the ability to bounce back from adversity, and having the capacity to cope, recover and learn from disruptive events.

Contact us and explore how we can meet your unique challenges and allow you to take command of your organization or team.

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