Mastering the GRIT TRAP: Redefine Resilience, Avoid Burnout, Boost Performance
Over the past several years, there has been a lot of focus and conversation dedicated to “finding your grit.” While grit is a necessary trait for success, it also contains a built-in trap. In this one-of-a-kind keynote speech, audience members will learn the art of reframing grit to not only reduce the risk of burnout, but boost your organization’s resilience, speed, and creativity.
As the successful CEO of RISE, Suneel has helped thousands of people overcome challenges with physical and mental health. In the process, he also uncovered the hidden qualities of highly resilient people, which he now teaches at Harvard Medical School.
Rooted in the latest neuroscience, Suneel shows immediately actionable techniques to both stimulate performance while also increasing a state of calm and well-being.
- Dispel the common myths of high performance and learn a “daily dash” for boosting you and your team’s morale and engagement.
- Uncover the “twist” behind how one of the happiest places on Earth builds collaborative work cultures and communities.
- Put into practice a daily ritual that has been proven to cut stress in half for some of the world’s highest performance leaders.
- Reframe personal and professional failure and put it in its proper place.
What’s Next? The Future of Healthcare Organizations in the Post-COVID Era
A customized keynote for the healthcare leader who is guiding teams and patients into trends that have been shaped and accelerated by COVID-19.
Drawing on Suneel’s experience building rapid-growth, next-generation healthcare organizations, you’ll leave this session with immediately actionable habits for leading with resilience, speed, and imagination. Currently teaching innovation at Harvard Medical School, Suneel is the founder of RISE, a breakthrough telehealth company that Apple named “App of the Year”. RISE partnered with Michelle Obama to reach patients across the country and was acquired by the One Medical Group (NASDAQ: ONEM). His venture capital experience, including inside Kleiner Perkins (one of Silicon Valley’s original firms), gave him behind-the-scenes insights into breakthrough health companies across industries and stages of development - including Peloton, 23&Me, Impossible Foods, and Calm.
Learning Outcomes: Understand how rapid trends inside healthcare have changed the way extraordinary leaders think about building world-class teams. Learn how to face disruption with courage and resilience, embracing technology as a partner to create best-in-class patient experiences. Uncover the “secret step” that great healthcare teams take to speed up innovation, even during times of chaos and change.
BACKABLE: Why Some Innovators Get Ahead While Others Get Ignored
In these rapidly changing times, it's become way too easy to get left behind. An organization that isn't helping every team member become "backable" simply isn't firing on all cylinders. Backable people are able to rally others around a new idea in a way that inspires people to action. Great leaders invest in backability, because they know it makes their people far more creative and effective. Sales teams close more deals and drive needed revenue. Relationship managers deepen customer loyalty and win trust from key customers. IT and product teams save time and energy, getting the best tech projects "backed" in order to drive productivity. HR teams become a lightning rod for attracting and retaining the best talent.
Not only can people become backable, organizations can too. As your teams apply these principles in the market, your organization will become more effective at winning customers, recruiting rock stars, delighting investors, and capturing the hearts of the media.
In this energizing session, you’ll learn the surprising truth about creativity and why some of us get ahead while others get ignored. You’ll leave with uplifting stories, fresh neuroscience, and immediately usable techniques to turn a new idea into an inspiring vision that captivates attention and inspires action.