Resilience is Key for ’23 — ICBE member-only webinarBack to Training
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- Date: 25 Jan 2023
- Time: 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
- Location: Webinar
Resilience is Key for ‘23
Wednesday, January 25th
Starting at 1pm
45-minute webinar + 15 minutes Q&A
for ICBE members only
To register, click the BOOK A PLACE button above
We will forward the Zoom link prior to the webinar
In this hour you will learn:
- How to recognise external stressors
- How your mind works
- The mechanisms of your stress response
- How to control your stress response
- How thoughts and emotions interact and what to do about it
Richard promises you will never forget the workshop. That’s a big promise !!
Richard Burke, Resilience Matters
Richard is a personal performance specialist and Ireland’s leading specialist in personal and work related stress.
His ability to design and deliver this work came from his unique background, education and experience.
He qualified as an Industrial Engineer in 1992 winning the AP O’Reilly award for his paper in Industrial psychology. He worked as the National Education officer for the I.I.E. for two years and in the area of operations management and business improvement in large manufacturing companies for 15 years. His primary remit was on increasing efficiencies, changing organisational architecture and involving people in the change process.
He is a registered and insured clinical hypno-psychoanalyst and opened a private clinic in 2005. In his clinic he helps children and adults tackle a large range of disorders. He specialises in stress, trauma, performance and conflict
Richard is a keynote speaker every year at conferences in Ireland and the UK. His focus is on the role mental health plays in people’s personal lives and in organisations.
Richard has an in-depth knowledge of organisations and people. His skill-set marries business issues with psychological understanding and improvement.
This insight and his unique method of delivery is the reason his courses deliver practical value and why people will never forget the things they learn on the day.