Leadership Talks & Workshops


Leadership is a dynamic role fraught with challenges, from navigating complex decisions to managing diverse teams and coping with the pressures of responsibility. The demands of leadership often take a toll on one's mental well-being, leading to stress, self-doubt, and burnout. Training and workshops based in cognitive behavioral approaches offer transformative solutions for leaders, offering targeted strategies to identify and reframe negative thought patterns, manage stressors effectively, and enhance emotional intelligence.

Through these trainings, leaders are equipped with practical tools to navigate the intricate landscape of interpersonal dynamics, fostering better communication, conflict resolution, and team cohesion. By addressing cognitive distortions and promoting adaptive thinking, leaders can cultivate a resilient mindset that is crucial for sustained success. In an ever-evolving business landscape, where adaptability is key, leaders learn to not only overcome personal challenges but also to inspire and guide their teams through the complexities of today's professional world.

Learn more about how Dr. Robin's workshops and packages can support leaders and leadership teams.

Talks Include:

Leadership Zen: Mastering mindful agility for change, support, and peak team performance

In a January 2024 survey of C-suite executives, over 50% expect leadership to be more challenging in 2024. A polarizing election year, technological advances, and global conflict impacting economics and industries are creating anxiety, uncertainty, and fear for employees. Knowing how to navigate change quickly and identifying how to support employees, personally and professionally, are key variables for success in fostering a productive and inspired workforce. To do so, leaders must learn cognitive behavioral strategies to manage their own reactions in order to best meet the needs of their employees and their evolving organizations.

Walk the Talk: Helping leaders use storytelling to create a mental wellness culture

Experts in mental health say that the most important call to action in creating a workplace culture which supports mental health is leading by example. Leaders who share their own stories regarding mental health model the culture which considers mental health as equitable to physical health. But in order for this strategy to be effective, the storytelling must be authentic and, for many leaders, it is about finding their voices and being comfortable sharing their stories.

Leadership DNA

Leadership is not an ingrained ability.

Learning and developing specific skills are the catalysts to move a leader or a leadership team from "adequate" to "powerful". When organizations invest in the development of their leaders, the effects are seen in tangible ways: employee retention and satisfaction, innovation, and organizational growth and evolution. Particularly in times of transition, crisis, or uncertainty, helping leaders build skills based on evidence-based strategies results in long-term individual and organizational advantages.

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