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Pursuant to the City of Austin’s ban on gatherings of more than 10 people through May 1, our April events will be postponed or shifted to virtual events. 

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WEBINAR: Mindset Shifts to Drive Your Growth

Tuesday, April 7, 2020 (12:00 PM - 1:00 PM) (CDT)

Description

Acquiring new knowledge and skills is a surefire way to develop as a young professional. But none of that does any good if your mind ain't right. Our growth and fulfillment in our lives and work is impacted most by the mindsets we adopt on a daily basis. The most effective leaders have put in the time to reflect on the health of their mindsets, and actively root out negative thoughts.

In this session we'll cover three mindsets key to your growth:

  • Resilient Mindset
  • Relaxed Mindset
  • Victor Mindset

For each mindset we'll come up with a strategy for you practice in the week following our session.

The Zoom meeting has a capacity of 100 attendees. If you are unable to join, a recording will be shared post-event to all registrants.


Thank you to our presenter, Reagan Pugh!

Reagan delivers workshops and keynote speeches on personal effectiveness and leadership development around the country under the banner of Assemble, the consultancy he co-founded in 2016. 

Before Assemble he guided initiatives on storytelling, culture, and leadership development at companies like Nike, Pepsico, Western Digital, and Kimberly Clark as Chief Storyteller with the innovation consulting firm, Kalypso. Reagan has designed leadership courses for Texas State University, Trinity University, and Angelo State University, and as a Teach for America corps member on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota taught high school English and launched a theater program. In the program’s inaugural year he led the school to win the state one-act play competition for the first time in school history. 

Reagan is invested in the work of the Epilepsy Foundation, occasionally performs improv around Austin, and probably knows more about Batman than you do.


The Austin Young Chamber is dedicated to supporting our members and our community with information, resources, and support as we collectively face the effects of COVID-19. We are here for you and committed to moving forward, together. We hope you will consider supporting our efforts by becoming a member when the time is right, taking our COVID-19 Impact Survey for Employees, and continuing to take part in the programs we offer.

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