The December 2013 seminar is designed to provide women executives with practical tools for sustaining high performance in the workplace. Participants learn how to implement these tools into their own life as well as implement relevant tools to optimize sustained high performance in their team.
This workshop takes a scientific and evidence-based approach to addressing topics such as the physiology of stress and resilience, cognitive neuroscience of resilience, flow theory, sustained productivity, positive behavior change, and the factors that lead to optimal health, and work-life integration. Executives will participate in brain-body hacking exercises to experience and visualize their personal physiology, in mind-body exercises that simultaneously heighten mental focus and relaxation, complete personal assessments using Dr Brad’s 6 Principles of Healthy Living survey tool, and leave with a roadmap for implementing specific positive behavior change to sustain optimal health and work performance for you and your team.
This seminar will be lead by Dr. Bradly Jacobs, a Stanford-trained physician and Medical Director of the Integrative Medicine program at Cavallo Point Lodge. He was the founding Medical Director and Endowed Chair of the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Brad regularly works with senior leaders in a wide variety of organizations and industries and has taught this content at Google Inc, Gap Inc., PepsiCo, Lily, as well as Harvard Business School and Stanford Business School.