Webinar: Resiliency in Uncertain Times

  • Event: Webinar: Resiliency in Uncertain Times
  • Date: 24/04/2020
  • Time: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
  • Venue: Online Course, Webinar, Via Zoom,
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We have been sprinting through life; accustomed to the treadmill and constant busyness and distraction from our minds.  This sprint has stopped overnight but it feels as if the treadmill is still moving.  Not only are we quickly having to come to terms with isolation, lock-down, working from home and home-schooling, we are living in fear of the unknown future.  The truth is, the future has always been unknown and yet, we have been able to freely navigate the daily “ups and downs” of life and work without ever questioning the unknown.  Now feels different.  We are in our own heads.  Our normal life distractions have been taken away and we are left with our thinking.  This webinar will point to a different way of understanding; a way towards Resilience and peace of mind without knowing what the future holds.

Who is this talk for?

Anyone who wants to remain resilient and calm during these uncertain times.  The webinar will point to an understanding of resilience and provide practical support and tips for staying mentally safe, resilient and calm. 


Eibhlin Johnston, Author, Speaker and Transformational Coach, established The Resiliency Hub (www.eibhlinjohnston.com)

Eibhlin Johnston, Author, Speaker and Transformational Coach, established The Resiliency Hub (www.eibhlinjohnston.com) to disrupt the way we think, coach and work.  She has over 15 years’ coaching experience.  The Resiliency Hub combines the resilience coaching and training delivered by Odd Socks, and the iHeart Resiliency Training for young people and their parents.  Eibhlin has over 30 years’ experience in financial services, working in some of the worlds’ Leading global organisations.  She understands the executive mind and the importance of resilience and mental wellbeing.  Her first book, Gut Throat Leadership was published in September 2019. The book is an exploration of leadership and the way we think and lead.   In her talks, Eibhlin speaks openly about her career as a working mother, difficult relationships and her journey towards resiliency and her decision to set up her own business.   Eibhlin is a qualified Heart Trainer (Resiliency training for young people).  She is a member of EMCC, holds a Diploma in Executive Coaching from Kingston College (2006), is a Master Practitioner in NLP and a Member of the Michael Neil Supercoach Cafe.

This webinar is Free of Charge!

Please book online to secure your place!

We will share webinar log in details 24 hours before the session.

Shannon Chamber Skillnet is co-funded by Skillnet Ireland and member companies. Skillnet Ireland is funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.

For further information please visit www.skillnetireland.ie