Demand for leadership coaching has skyrocketed worldwide in the last five years, but few people can afford a professional coach. Employers who do utilize coaching for employee development, often make coaching available only to top- or poor-performers, leaving behind a large part of the workforce. Busy racking up buzzworthy, technical credentials on their own time, today’s emerging workers and mid-career professionals teeter precariously between personal and career aspirations, perhaps compromising their well-being and experiencing burnout.
Successful leaders must first lead themselves, learning and executing behaviors that build them into strong, successful people and leaders. Many so-called ‘soft skills’ crucial for both personal development and leadership, are backed with hard science. This webinar highlights some of the current research from cognitive and social psychology, well-being, and leadership science which demonstrates how soft skills impact measurable, quantitative results demanded by today’s leaders.
Borrowing from her book, ‘Skills That Build: The Hard Science of Soft Skills for Work and Life’, Gina shares the well-being benefits gained from exercising the behaviors that build us into better, more satisfied leaders. She offers accessible ways for participants to coach themselves in four critical areas leading to sustainable growth.
Sharing stories from her coaching and consulting practice, groundbreaking scientific research, business examples of transformational behaviors, Gina’s webinar will inspire you to learn and hone your ‘building’ behaviors and jump-start your uniquely personal strategy for growth.
- Learn how science is contributing to our understanding of well-being at work.
- Learn models of well-being that contribute to workplace success and personal satisfaction.
Earn 1 SHRM/HRCI credit for attending!
Gina M. Wilson, MS
Founder/Principal, Systems Strategies Consulting and Coaching
Holistic executive coach and management consultant Gina M. Wilson, MS, works with organizations and aspiring leaders to inspire personal and professional growth through evidence-based practices grounded in psychology, neuroscience, and business acumen. After studying engineering and psychology at the
University of Delaware, Gina received her Master of Science in Cognitive Psychology from Villanova University, where she conducted research and wrote her thesis on leadership psychology and employee performance. She became a Certified Professional Coach through the Center for Coaching Certification and continued study at the Harvard/McLean Hospital Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital. Gina's unique approach to coaching embraces the convergence
of psychology, business, and well-being.
Gina recently published ‘Skills That Build: The Hard Science of Soft Skills for Work and Life’, a guide to career-enhancing behaviors which promote mental health. Gina is founder and principal of System Strategies Consulting and Coaching, operating from Delaware for over 25 years, with extensive experience as a management consultant in the tech and healthcare industries. An experienced software developer, healthcare strategist, IT leader and college psychology instructor, Gina served as Board Member for the Mental Health Association in Delaware and continues to promote mental health, behavioral-based leadership development and workplace well-being.