How to be Resilient During a Pandemic: Focus on Collaboration

Our next session on Resilience During a Pandemic – Our social connections are being disrupted. What does this mean, and how do we navigate this new challenge?

Stress, worry, information overload… If there was ever a time when we need resilience, it is now.

Driven specializes in helping people assess and build personal resilience. Simply, the more resilient you are, the better you can handle a situation like the coronavirus pandemic and support those around you.

Personally, I want to help you be resilient during this time. That’s why I’m launching a series of free online workshops.

In our Composure workshop, we’ll investigate:

  • Collaboration and connection – why is it so important?

  • The neuroscience – how does connection work in the brain?

  • Strategies – how do we maintain meaningful connection during a pandemic?

  • Do live Q&A

A recording of the workshop is available below. Enjoy!

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