Interactive Webinar with Q&A: Cultivating Wellbeing in the Workplace

Join AJ Adams, MAPP (bio below), as she highlights the science and application of enhancing resilience and wellbeing in employees, leaders and organizations! Not only has AJ studied with Dr. Martin Seligman, founder of the field of Positive Psychology, she's worked and studied with Drs. Angela Duckworth, Karen Reivich and Amishi Jha. In this upcoming webinar, AJ will share some of the same tips she’s spent the last decade teaching to leaders around the globe.


When: July 15, 2021 1:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Duration: 1 hour - the session will be split into 2 parts with a Q&A session in between for those who cannot attend the full session.
Price: Free


Work is ranked as the number one stressor for employees across industries, and research shows that workplace stress can lead to reduced performance, absenteeism and burnout. On top of which, a recent study by Gurvich et al. (2020) reports that 47% of people are experiencing psychological distress from the effects of the pandemic. With the unprecedented challenges that organizations and employees are facing right now, building stress resilience to prevent burnout and enhance wellbeing is more critical than ever before. The good news: research shows that resilience and wellbeing can be developed through science-backed skills. Not only will participants have a chance to engage in the conversation about wellbeing and burnout, in this highly-interactive webinar, AJ will share:

A brief explanation of employee burnout as well as a little-known fact about the cause of burnout

Key resilience resources that promote wellbeing and prevent burnout

The top reason many organizations fail when implementing wellbeing initiatives

Specific action steps you can apply immediately to begin building a culture of wellbeing within your organization

A micro-lesson on resilience which includes: the 6 most common stress response styles and a science-backed resilience skill

Following the webinar, all attendees will receive AJ's 20-page THRIVE Guide that highlights a systematic approach to battling burnout and enhancing workplace wellbeing 

About the Speaker

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As one of the first 150 people in the world to graduate with the Master’s in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) degree from University of Pennsylvania, AJ is a pioneer in her field. For over a decade, she has applied her education through teaching leaders & employees empirically-validated, cognitive-behavioral skills, mindfulness techniques and positive psychology applications that foster psychological safety, build resilience to stress, prevent burnout, improve performance, and increase overall well-being. Through her work, AJ has supported the well-being efforts of organizations such as Merck & Co., the Wharton Business School, the U.S. Air Force, Memorial Hospital of Converse County and the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute. Currently, AJ partners with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to deliver webinars to their workforce. Additionally, AJ’s education and professional background extend to the fields of cognitive neuroscience and mindfulness, which she regularly applies in her work and writing for the popular Psychology Today website.

What people are saying about AJ's workshops and webinars

AJ is a passionate and authentic natural communicator. I attended one of her sessions on resilience and wellbeing. It was interactive, engaging, science-backed, and had practical takeaways. It was enlightening and energizing and I left with much to consider and take action on. I look forward to my next opportunity to hear from or collaborate with AJ!

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Tara Davis
Director, Staff Well-Being @ American Psychological Association

I gave AJ the task of learning our organization's culture, roadblocks and challenges in a short timeframe, and she turned around a customized training that resonated deeply with our people. AJ is a pleasure to work with and able to design a training that feels like the leaders of your organization created this from the inside.

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Robin Vanneman, PHRca
Learning & Development Manager @ CNM, LLP

It is rare to come across someone like AJ. I attended a master resilience trainer's course. AJ knocked it out of the park. Her wealth of knowledge brings with it the utmost creditably, and her instruction reached every person regardless of their background, position, or education level.


Derek Boyle
Executive Level Federal Agent @ CBP

AJ is absolutely brilliant when it comes to teaching and facilitating resilience and well-being skills. Her passion is genuine as she guides teams through the process of learning resilience skills and relays the benefits of practicing the skills on a daily basis to improve one's health and well-being.

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Community Support Coordinator @ Joint Base Andrews