Managing Others Through Mindfulness

Presented on: Tuesday, March 19th at 1:00 PM EDT

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Managing others in a work environment can be one of the most rewarding parts of a career. However, it can also be one of the most challenging; one for which many of us are not trained or prepared for. Join this Binghamton Success Week webinar to learn how to think about managing others by managing yourself. We will discuss mindfulness techniques, how to have challenging conversations, and how to cope once you leave the office.

Rebecca Cassidy gained her 16 years of experience in coaching, training and advising both college students and mid-career professionals by working a variety of settings internationally and across the U.S. After beginning her career in higher education at the Johns Hopkins University Carey School of Business, she joined Georgetown University in 2011 where she is now a project manager. Prior to her career in higher education, Cassidy worked in international nonprofit work in Tokyo, Japan, and began her career as a healthcare IT consultant after graduating from Binghamton. Cassidy earned her certificate in project management from Georgetown University, her MBA from The George Washington University, and her BA in psychology from Binghamton University. She is also an RYT-200-certified yoga teacher and trained mindfulness facilitator, also through Georgetown. She is an avid sports fan, self-proclaimed dog nut, and author of the 2022 book, Women at Work: Successful Tips for Working Together. 

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