“Obstacles don’t have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don’t turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it.” - Michael Jordan.
We are delighted to host specialist mental toughness coach, Anna Golawski, for this topical and fascinating webinar on building resilience to cope with pressure and stress. The session will help you better understand how you respond to adversity, and how you can build up resilience techniques to better cope with challenges & pressures and overcome obstacles.
At the end of the session you will be able to:
- Understand the impact of stress on our resilience levels
- Identify key resilient characteristics
- Learn how to better cope with adversity
- Learn how to develop a growth mindset
There will also be plenty of time for Q&A.
I’m Anna Golawski and I founded Stratus Coaching in 2008. I began coaching during my MBA and have since helped numerous clients achieve their personal and professional goals. Specialising in Mental Toughness as well as using a range of coaching methods, I equip clients with the tools they need to effectively manage stress and gain confidence in their abilities.
Delivering group and one-to-one coaching for the education, corporate and not-for-profit sectors, I gained experience working for large companies including Harrods, IBM and Rolls Royce. Since setting up Stratus Coaching, my clients have included CitiBank, Barclays Visa, Oracle, IBM and Capita Symonds. I’m also currently a business mentor for The Prince’s Trust.
During coaching I work closely with each client to offer support and motivation, making sure that individual needs are addressed and each session is delivered at the right pitch and pace. My aim is to inspire and engage all my clients, challenging them throughout each session and helping them grow.
Over the last few years I’ve written several coaching articles for magazines and contributed to a specialist book on coaching and education due to be published in Spring 2012. I’ve also co-written a coaching book for parents in partnership with the University of East London which is due to be published in 2012.