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Firsthand Knowledge, Put Into the Right Context: Our New Reading Club

The coronavirus crisis is radically changing the way many people live and work together. getAbstract helps you keep track: We invite you to watch our broadcasts on the topics of the hour.

Current Session
Week 22

05/25 to 05/29 - Sessions

Monday

No Session

Tuesday

5 p.m. (CET) / 11 a.m. (ET)

New Normal

Re-Set Your BS!

On readying our “Belief Systems” to meet the leadership needs of the "New Normal."

Guest:
Michael Vaz
Vice President of Learning & Development for AccorHotels and TEDx speaker

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Marcus Buckingham and Donald O. Clifton

Now, Discover Your Strengths

Be the best at what you do.

Free Press
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Wednesday

5 p.m. (CET) / 11 a.m. (ET)

Leadership

What Are We Learning?

What has getAbstract, as a company, learned about agility, flexibility and the New Normal?

Guest:
Thomas Bergen
CEO and Co-Founder of getAbstract

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Aaron Dignan

Brave New Work

Organizational expert Aaron Dignan offers stories and recommendations on engagement and performance.

Portfolio
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5 p.m. (CET)

Facebook
Vimeo

Thursday

5 p.m. (CET) / 11 a.m. (ET)

Stress

How Can I Find Balance?

Kirsten Müller-Daubermann talks about the mind-body connection, and how taking care of our physical self supports our mental wellbeing.

Guest:
Kirsten Müller-Daubermann
Mental Health Advocate, Sports Coach and Regular Host for getAbstract webinars and getTogethers

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Jon Kabat-Zinn

Full Catastrophe Living

Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn shows those who work under pressure how to use mindfulness to revive their calmness and well-being.

Bantam Dell Books
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5 p.m. (CET)

Facebook
Vimeo

Friday

No Session

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To Be Continued...

On the Journal
“We Lead the World in Science, and We Also Lead the World in Opposition to Science”
Jared Diamond, American historian and anthropologist, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, and UCLA professor, playing piano in the living room of his home in the Bel-Air neighborhood of Los Angeles; photo by Damon Casarez /Redux/laif
“We Lead the World in Science, and We Also Lead the World in Opposition to Science”

Jared Diamond, world-famous historian of societal crises and collapses, currently lives in self-imposed quarantine in California. When he’s not writing papers on the birds of New Guinea or playing Beethoven sonatas on the piano, he is concerned about the effect the current pandemic will have on his country and the world. What gives him hope?