Webinar: The Science of Leading and Managing with Resilience in Uncertain Conditions

The science of leading and managing resilience in uncertain times
April 14, 2020 - 4:00pm to 5:30pm

In these uncertain times, where individuals and businesses are struggling to adapt to current conditions, leading and guiding others with resilience is more important than ever. Resilience is inside all of us but requires active effort to draw on it in. Executive coach and VP of Learning & Development at AceUp, Pratt Bennet, will present the science of leading with resilience. He will give concrete science-backed strategies for tapping your personal and organizational resilience, and we’ll hear from a panel of prestigious CEO's, CHRO's, and CPO's who will share their challenges and responses to the current crisis and discuss how they have used resilience to navigate difficult business conditions in the past.

This is a public webinar

Presenter – Pratt Bennet


Pratt Bennet is an Executive and Neuroleadership coach with over 25 years of experience helping leaders from over 95 countries and 40 industries develop the motivation, organization, and communication skills they need to get to next-level performance. He leverages brain science, experience, and research from a variety of fields to help leaders identify their optimal strategies for responding effectively to rapid change and disruption. A regular speaker and presenter, Pratt is certified as a coach by the NeuroLeadership Institute and as an expert in teaching & learning strategies by Harvard's Derek Bok Center.

As the VP of learning and Development at AceUp, Pratt works with HR and business leaders to develop group coaching & training programs to help their leaders develop the competencies they need to thrive. With decades of experience as a college professor and trainer of educators, Pratt makes sure that all AceUp programs use evidence-based strategies to boost engagement and application. He has worked with leading productivity experts and researchers including John Medina, Daniel Pink, and Dan Coyle to address a wide range of leadership challenges and help organizations shift from surviving to thriving.