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[Free Webinar] How to Keep an EPIC Mindset During a Crisis

7 May 2020

The difference between success or stress, and what separates the people who are able to push through tough times is mindset. An EPIC growth mindset plays a critical role in your international experience because it indicates how approach challenges.

 

Millions relocate for professional or personal reasons, resulting in a confrontation of numerous obstacles where you come out enjoying the new cultural experiences or overwhelmed with frustrations that send you packing. With the COVID-19 crisis evolving, our everyday routines have come to a halt, making it even more difficult for the newly relocated to explore and adjust to their new country. The world is beginning to settle into the new routine of social distancing and are about to enter the next stage – a more challenging one of staying as productive as possible, while balancing an overwhelming sense of uncertainty as we try to keep calm and safe. An unnerving task with a stressful series of competing priorities.

The world is going through one of the most radical shifts in history, affecting not only the future of the workplace and the way of working. Due to the current social distancing measures, many seasoned professionals are learning how to work, lead, and manage for the first time in their careers. But shifting how you think can help you cope with changes on an personal level and also in a broader cultural context, and that’s what you as an individual, or as an organization need right now to thrive during this period of crisis.

The difference between success or stress, and what separates the people who are able to push through tough times is mindset. An EPIC growth mindset plays a critical role in your international experience because it indicates how approach challenges.

Join this webinar to get an understanding of the power of growth mindset versus fixed mindset and how to unlock the 4-step EPIC mindset to anticipate challenges and prepare for what’s coming next, be it coping with the difficulties during this pandemic or the individual challenges you face.

Our speaker for the webinar is an intercultural specialist with a professional and educational background in Psychology. She has experience coaching individuals, families, and communities within international settings.

 

Date: Thursday, 14 May 2020
Time: 10:30 – 11:15am CEST

*The webinar will be held in English.

 

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