New Virtual Event: How to Cultivate Calm in a Sea of Uncertainty

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A Dialogue with Dianna Anderson, CEO of Cylient

Right now, there are many, many questions and few, if any, definitive answers. That can be unsettling for everyone, especially leaders who are used to fixing problems for others. When leaders feel uncentered, so does everyone else, making it more challenging to navigate these turbulent times.

Dianna Anderson, Cylient’s CEO and Master Certified Coach, discusses how to address people’s fears and help them find some calm in times of uncertainty—not by giving people false hope or fake answers, but by meeting them where they are at. Dianna shares her perspective on:

  • What people want and need right now
  • How leaders can cultivate their own sense of centeredness
  • Practical ways to address concerns “in the moment”
  • How to begin looking ahead and preparing people to co-create what comes next

Dianna Anderson answers questions and provides “in the moment” coaching to help you support the people who need you the most right now—including yourself—to find calmer waters in the current sea of uncertainty.

2 thoughts on “New Virtual Event: How to Cultivate Calm in a Sea of Uncertainty

    Patty says: April 11, 2020 at 9:51 am

    Great job Dianna! I love your focus on what we can do and how we can contribute. I wasn’t able to find this to join you live, but enjoyed listening to the recording. Take care!

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    Dianna Anderson says: April 13, 2020 at 10:56 am

    Thank you Patty! We are definitely all in this together. Anything we can do to support each other to find our way through our current challenges and co-create what comes next will help us all.

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