We know that Breaking Happy: A Sustainable Path to Well-Being with positive psychology expert Josh Vaisman is going to be a game changer. Don’t just take our word for it—here’s why Allison Black Cornelius, CAWA & CEO of Greater Birmingham Humane Society, will be joining the live, interactive course on September 15.
Whether you are the head of an innovative organization or lead a high-performing team, you may feel pressure to be constantly firing on all cylinders. “Sometimes I feel we’re expected to be hard-charging and high-performing all the time, and to keep a happy, smiling positive face,” shares Allison Black Cornelius. “Yes, we learn a lot when we achieve our goals, face challenges and overcome them, yet oftentimes we don’t do enough to invest in ourselves.” That means taking time to rest and reflect and learn and grow.
To that end, Allison recently signed up for Josh Vaisman’s interactive course, Breaking Happy: A Sustainable Path to Well-Being. “Josh brings evidence-based knowledge about how to be a more effective leader and how to balance well-being with that hard-charging winning attitude that you’ve got to have to get up every day and see some of the things that we all see on this mission. I hope you will consider taking this course with me, and I look forward to seeing you there.”
More from Josh
Blog: 3 Ways to Get Your Grit On
Blog: Embrace the Suck
Blog: 5 Steps to Psychological Safety in the Workplace
Webinar Recording: The Road to Resilience
Upcoming Course: Breaking Happy: A Sustainable Course to Well-Being