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NDAA Well-being Webinar: Getting the Most out of Stress: A Positive Reframing

Total Credits: 1.0 including 0.0 Ethics CLE, 1.0 CLE

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NDAA Well-being Series
John Hollway
57 Minutes
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Stress is a reality in our lives – at work, at home, and on the road. The pressures we feel can often seem unrelenting and overwhelming, and chronic stress is proven to have negative effects on our physical and psychological health. But stress is not always a bad thing. Managed properly, stress can focus our attention, propel us to action, and help us achieve better outcomes on parts of our lives that we care about. This 60-minute interactive seminar explores the science of stress and presents actionable recommendations to help you optimize your response to the different sources of stress in your life.

Topics will include:
• Framing the conversation: Stress as an enabler and an opportunity
• Physiological reactions to stress and their consequences
• Cultivating your stress mindset: A scientific perspective
• Physical strategies to enhance your stress response
• Design your stress response action plan



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Associate Dean

Penn Carey Law School

His research helps organizations confront challenges and turn negative occurrences into opportunities for quality improvement. He is a national thought leader on the use of root cause analysis in criminal justice and is a frequent consultant to criminal justice agencies and corporations on quality improvement and measurement issues.

Hollway is the author of numerous publications, including “Conviction Review Units: A National Perspective” (2016), “A Systems Approach to Preventing Errors in Criminal Justice” (2014), and Killing Time: An 18-Year Odyssey from Death Row to Freedom, winner of the National Independent Book Award for non-fiction in 2011 and one of the Chicago Sun-Times’ Best Books of the Year.

Hollway holds a BA from Penn in Diplomatic History with a minor in East Asian Studies, a JD with honors from the George Washington University Law School, and a MAPP degree with Distinction from Penn.