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Resilience Revisited

Millions of people are trying to repair the strains of the past year and handle ongoing disruption better.

This presentation can help your people thrive. The content includes:

This has been the highest-rated program at dozens of events (in-person and virtual) because it has immediate and lasting value, both personally and professionally.

It’s not repackaged stress management. Instead, people learn the truth about how stress really works, and are given a toolkit that can be applied to work, family, team dynamics, leadership, health, diversity, social change, and much more.

If you want content with impact that people will thank you for and continue to use, reach out to explore options.

Audiences Appreciate This Program Because It's:

Client Feedback

“An excellent introduction to resiliency. If practiced well, it can tremendously reduce the burden of stress at work and home.”

- Johnson & Johnson

“Useful, tangible ways of thinking differently, and real ways of solving differences. I feel much more wise at work already. Wishing I had done this when I began my career.”

- Citi

“Groundbreaking. This was the first time I’ve been given a logical, step-by-step process to get from the beginning point to the end point of changed awareness without being intimidating or too New Agey.”

- 21st Century Fox

“A clear, concise way to deal with challenges, with practical applications and immediate results.”

- Coca-Cola

“An enlightening experience that gave us a new tool to manage work/life responsibilities. It’s a great technique I would recommend to other organizations committed to helping their employees be more productive and balanced.”

- Patagonia

“This was by far the most useful, provocative, and fascinating seminar I have ever participated in. It’s not nonsense, it’s not a Band-Aid, it’s just smart, tangible, and something that can be implemented across the board.”

- Ogilvy

About Andy Bernstein

Since 2007, Andy Bernstein has taught regularly at Wharton Executive Education, where his resilience programs have been audience favorites for thousands of leaders.

His clients include Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Coca-Cola, GE, Google, and many others.

Andy speaks from his own experience dealing with tragedy at a young age, helping audiences handle even big challenges with a light touch. (He was once a writer for the Muppets.)

Andy is the author of Breaking the Stress Cycle (June 2021) and the founder of the Resilience Academy.

He lives in New York City with his wife and young children.

Q&A with Andy Bernstein

Almost every other presentation on resilience is rooted in traditional stress management. My presentation shows audiences how the founder of the modern stress concept unwittingly made a fundamental mistake in his research, teaching the world the wrong way to think about stress, with disastrous consequences on individual well-being, organizational performance, and cultural change. Then we learn a new 7-step tool so people go beyond superficially managing stress to eliminating it at its source. The content is interactive, eye-opening, data-based, and immediately actionable.
When I was a teenager, my father and little sister died, and I spent years seeking a way to deal with challenges more effectively in my own life, including three years working closely with self-help pioneer Byron Katie. I ended up creating a process that distills mind-clearing breakthroughs into 7 steps, and I share that with audiences as a tool they can use to transform challenges in their lives. I've done this hundreds of times with thousands of people for more than 15 years, so my presentation is very polished, but it's not canned. Every time I speak, I'm excited to share it with people who are hearing this for the first time and who can start applying this to challenges in their own lives, at work, at school, and at home.
My primary audience has been thousands of skeptical, senior leaders in financial services. This has been the highest-rated session at dozens of conferences, both in-person and virtual. If your people care about happiness, resilience, performance, and change, this content will resonate.
Virtual presentations are $2,500 for nonprofits, $7,500 for for-profits (net). In-person keynotes are $22,500 plus travel (gross). All bookings can be bundled with books and online memberships to
60 mins with intro, presentation, Q&A, and closing is the most frequent length. It can also be shortened to 45 mins or lengthened to 75 mins if desired.
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