Client driven leadership training programs
Resilient Leadership Development

Anxiety Rising?

Anxious These Days? Try  (1) Staying Calm, (2) Staying Connected, and (3) Staying the Course. One of the basic challenges we all face at home and at work is how to achieve a healthy balance between our thinking and feeling responses. When our level of anxiety rises, either as a result of internal stressors (headaches,

Resilient Leadership shares leadership method information at CFHLA HEAT Trade Show

At the CFHLA HEAT, visitors to the Resilient Leadership booth heard Jim Burns and Jim Moyer share information about a leadership method specifically designed to help leaders face and manage even in the most challenging situations. It was a great show – well planned, organized and executed.   Thanks to all the folks who stopped by

Bridgette Theurer on Resilient Leadership Development

Resilient Leadership is a big shift in thinking. Coaches who become Certified in Resilient Leadership (RL) develop new capabilities for helping their clients live and lead with greater awareness, understanding and command of themselves. RL concepts, tools and methods helps people SEE, THINK and LEAD with much greater insight into the emotional processes which surround

12 Reasons to be interested in the RL Coach Certification Program

Want to know why your boss has stopped talking with you? Come to Resilient Leadership Coach Certification training and find out. Attend the Resilient Leadership Coach Certification Program and earn ICF Continuing Coach Certification Credits (CCEs) (41 Core Competencies Units and 6.75 Resource Development Units). Want to stay calm going to and coming home from

Resilient Leadership provides a fresh approach to leading with calm, clarity & conviction to Catholic Schools of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington, VA

Resilient Leadership LLC has recently completed an innovative Leadership Development Program for the Catholic Schools Office of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington, Virginia. An initial professional development day at the beginning of the 2017-18 school year introduced principals from schools throughout the diocesan system to key concepts of the Resilient Leadership model. Thereafter, Bridgette Theurer