Past SITE Canada Events

SITE Canada Presents Lisa Belanger: The Science of Daily Resilience

Apr 28, 2020

Join SITE Canada and SITE friends and family from around the globe for The Science of Daily Resilience: Practical Skills for Mental Strength and Productivity presented by Dr. Lisa Belanger.

Life was already chaotic before the pandemic. Throw in uncertainty, change, endless negative news cycles, and more distractions then ever and even the most stable of us start to crack. Take back control by learning about science-backed strategies and practical skills that you can use to stay focused and productive in chaos.

  • How to incorporate short, daily brain practices to improve focus, and refocus after distractions
  • How to deal with uncertainty, change, pressure and negativity
  • Consciously consume media, social media and streaming content
  • How to be productive and demonstrate value while working from home with children, pets, roommates, and significant others
  • Strategies to stay motivated in the realm of endless challenges
  • How, when, and what to do to ensure recovery from stress and work
  • Daily structure and habits for peak performance, brain health, as well as preventing and recovering from burnout
  • Daily and in-the-moment stress-reduction techniques
 
Date: Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Time: 3:30 PM to 4:30 Eastern Standard Time
 
Click Here to Register Now.  This is a free event but you must pre-register to participate.
 
Thank you to Lisa Belanger, ConsciousWorks and Speakers' Spotlight for making this event possible.
 
 
 

Lisa Belanger, PhD, CSEP-CEPr

Lisa is the CEO and founder of ConsciousWorks, a consulting firm that helps everyone from executives to entrepreneurs apply the findings from leading-edge scientific analyses to maximize their mental and physical well-being at work and at home.

 Dr. Bélanger is a Certified Exercise Physiologist; researcher and instructor at the University of Calgary; and at the University of Alberta Executive Education. She is the author of Inspire Me Well: Finding Motivation to Take Control of Your Health and her second book Cup of Mindfulness: for the busy and restless comes out in May 2020. Additionally, she is the founder of Knight’s Cabin, a national charity offering wellness programming to cancer survivors.

Her most notable accomplishments are running the Paris marathon, climbing Kilimanjaro and holding snacks for two tiny humans. You can find her working with her portable desk at the top of the mountain at home in Canmore, Alberta, or another corner of the world (well...not right now). When she is not working she is most likely on her way to yoga, out for a run or taste-testing the local coffee and wine.