Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

What would hiring look like if job seekers and employers embraced the stress that comes with searching for a new job or new employee, instead of succumbing to feelings of exposure, vulnerability, ignorance and uncertainty—as both parties so often do?

Join health psychologist Kelly McGonigal as she dissects the science behind how our beating hearts and heavy breathing can actually make us more confident and why connecting with others during times of stress helps us endure it better. Learn how to turn pain points into opportunities for human connection throughout the hiring journey simply by adopting a positive perspective on stress.


Presented by:

Kelly McGonigal
Health Psychologist, Author and Lecturer

Health psychologist Kelly McGonigal works at the intersection of neuroscience and the mind-body connection. She is a lecturer at Stanford University and the author of The Upside of Stress and The Willpower Instinct.


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2018/05/14 09:00:00