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Stress Management For Peak Performance

Stress seems to be an inevitable part of our business lives. Given today's uncertain economy, it's bound to play an even greater role. Learn how to remain focused, effective, efficient and creative during times of stress.

One of the key determinants of peak performance is the skillful management of stress.  Don't let today's uncertain economy, and any increased stress, hold you back!   In this seminar, you will learn some tools and skills for stress management:

o  Take a Mindful Moment to stop and get centered
o  Find your "reset button"
o  Consult with your Inner Board of Directors
o  Increase your body awareness for self-care, focus, and efficiency
o  Learn how to slow down and be present in the moment

Alan and Linda will incorporate elements of Tai Chi, Qigong, Meditation, Body Psychotherapy and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction to help you remain focused, effective, efficient and creative during times of stress.

Alan Krentzel, MBA, is a graduate of the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Practicum at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.   Before focusing his career on stress reduction, he worked in Manufacturing and Information Management for over 20 years, managed groups of 50 people,  and the design, development, and implementation of many innovative and successful software applications.   A Certified Instructor with over 18 years of experience,  Alan currently teaches Tai Chi and Qigong with Mindfulness in Metrowest Boston Businesses, Health Clubs,  Schools, and Adult Living Communities.

Linda Marks, MIT Sloan SM ’82, has been leading workshops and speaking at conferences on mind-body medicine in the United States and abroad for over 25 years.  Linda worked as an organizational development consultant at Digital Equipment Corporation, where she designed a Stress Management course.  A pioneer in the field of body psychotherapy, she helps people live healthier, more powerful and successful lives through her psychotherapy and coaching practice. She teaches at the College of Communty and Public Service at UMass Boston, and is the author of two books and hundreds of articles. 


Time: 6:30 - 7:00 PM hors d'oeuvres & networking; 7:00 - 8:30 PM program

Place: E51-372 (Tang Center, 70 Memorial Drive, room 372)

Price:  $20 MIT SACB members & affiliates, $15 current MIT students, $35 general registration

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