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Identifying and Harnessing Internal and External Resources to Build Resilience ~ with Neil Price

  • Mon, March 15, 2021
  • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  • VIRTUAL MEETING! Please register to receive login information.

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Identifying and Harnessing Internal and External Resources to Build Resilience


The current climate has tested our resilience in ways we could not have imagined a year ago and understanding what helps us to build resilience is more important than ever. Resilience can often be focused on the self and what you can do to build resilience and in this session we will identify these internal resources as well as resources external to ourselves. In what are challenging times to be job searching this session should enable you to see potential in yourself and the things around you enabling you to thrive, bounce back and meet challenges with confidence.

In this session we will explore:

  • What the six questions are that we need to ask ourselves to identify our resilient strengths

  • How to identify, harness and use internal resources to build resilience and

  • How to identify, navigate and access external resources to build resilience.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Neil Price is the founder of Neil Price Coaching and specialises in coaching people in mid-life through changes in their life, career or circumstances to enable them to gain a better understanding of who they are so that they thrive in the future. Neil is an accredited Life Coach and NLP Master Practitioner as well as a trainer and activator of C-Me, a self-awareness tools that focuses on behaviour preferences which can be used with individuals, teams of bigger organisations. Neil Price Coaching was established in 2020 and came on the back of a 25 year career in public education in the UK.

Neil was Assistant Headteacher of Sutton Grammar School one of the UK’s highest achieving public schools and on the leadership group of Sutton SCITT, a teacher training program run across a consortium of 15 local schools. Both these received an Outstanding judgement from Ofsted, the national teaching inspection agency.

Neil specialized in coaching trainee and newly qualified teachers, leading staff development, conflict resolution and directing the school musical. In his time there Neil led in range of academic and pastoral roles experiencing every facet of school life. As a teacher of Drama, Neil was inspired by the social and personal growth teaching this subject offered.

Neil is also a stand-up comic. In 2006 he was 2nd place in a nation-wide competition to find the UK’s best new comedian. He has performed all over the UK including the Edinburgh Fringe and since arriving in the USA has embraced the DC comedy scene.


The 40Plus Monday Morning Speaker Series is sponsored by the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority (FCEDA). FCEDA's Talent Initiative Program provides great resources to connect our 40Plus members to hiring companies, agencies and non-profits across Northern Virginia through https://workinnorthernvirginia.com/.

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Due to the continuing impact of the Coronavirus pandemic, this will be a VIRTUAL MEETING!! Please register online to receive instructions about logging in to the Zoom session. Login instructions will be emailed to all participants who register for the session.

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