Coaching Resilient Leaders

August 11, 2020
4:00 PM - 5:15 PM

Zoom link will be e-mailed to registrants

SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP Recertifiation Credit: Receive 1.0 recertification credit hour through SHRM if you stay for the entire presentation. A certificate will be e-mailed to participants after the Webinar for those who stayed the entire time.

Whether struggling to inspire and engage people in turning their vision into reality or building relationships, leaders face challenges every day in the workplace. In the current climate of uncertainty, there is now more of a need than ever for resilient leaders to spearhead adaptability, dexterity, and enhanced productivity in organizations. The need for such individual resiliency is most effectively addressed through organizational change and the proliferation of self-efficacy.

Leveraging the PERMA model by positive psychology pioneer Martin Seligman in conjunction with a purposeful usage of best practices in the field of coaching, organizations can have a very clear path to achieving organizational change, and in turn, improve resiliency among key internal leaders. This course is designed to help leaders, when faced with ambiguity, find ways to move forward while continuing to set and meet personal and company goals.
Participants will learn: 
  • Why resilience is important in leadership
    • Characteristics of resilient leaders
  • How to use coaching as a tool to develop resilience
  • How to overcome the tough issues and remain relevant
  • Step by step coaching process for leaders
  • Powerful questions guide to get to any solution


Kiki Ramsey is an executive and positive psychology coach, author, and speaker dedicated to helping people tap into their purpose and do what they love. She is the founder and CEO of The Positive Psychology Coaching and Diversity Institute (PPCaDI), a leadership development firm that specializes in driving diverse organizational change utilizing positive psychology and strength-based approaches to coaching. For over 10 years Kiki has helped to transform organizations and their people by drawing on her background in business, psychology, and coaching. Kiki utilizes evidence-based approaches to equip people with the necessary tools to impact their leadership effectiveness, resiliency, belonging, and career advancement. She is committed to helping people thrive and her coaching philosophy promotes an environment where everyone can be an active positive participant in their own learning. She has BA from Berea College, a master’s in Social Work from the University of Georgia, a master’s in Positive Psychology Coaching from Life University and she is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Business Psychology/IO from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. 

Phone:301-769-6981  | Email:[email protected]
Address:13842 Outlet Dr. Silver Spring MD 20904

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