How to Practice Courage, Vulnerability, and Resilience in Your Life and Career
Leader: Tracy Melvin, WiNN Michigan State University Chapter
What constrains you? What terrifies you? What if you fail at everything you’ve been working hard for? We surround ourselves with a blanket of fear about failing, but what if we built ourselves up with a new kind of courage – the true courage of living an authentic, vulnerable and resilient existence? This session teaches experiential resilience through radical empathy, understanding criticism, building “soul-rituals” and examining the self. We will also open the session for storytelling about wading through big failures and what leadership means to all of us. Please join us in a very personal WiNNsday!
Tracy is an amazing woman and wears many hats! She is a PhD candidate in the Applied Forest and Wildlife Ecology Lab in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Michigan State University; Leadership Development Fellow in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources; a Student Trustee for The Nature Conservancy, Michigan Field Office; and Director of Strategic Partnerships for Ecologists Without Borders!
Wednesday, June 3
11 AM EST
Use the Zoom link below and enter the accompanying password when prompted to join this event!
Zoom Link: https://msu.zoom.us/j/265618773