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The neurobiology of managing yourself through conflict & hard conversations at work

07may9:50 am10:40 amThe neurobiology of managing yourself through conflict & hard conversations at work9:50 am - 10:40 am(GMT-04:00) View in my time

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Conflict at work is a fact of life.  So how do we get better at having hard conversations and managing our own stress?  By understanding the neurocognition of emotions, the physiology of stress, and the power of mindful self-compassion, learn to embrace hard conversations instead of avoiding them. Speaker Tiffany Teng lectures on mindful management for Stanford’s Continuing Studies Program, speaks at companies like Apple, Applied Materials, and coaches executives.

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May 7(Tuesday) 9:50am - 10:40am(GMT-04:00)

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Speakers for this event

  • Tiffany Teng

    Tiffany Teng

    Stanford University Leadership Instructor

    Tiffany Teng

      Tiffany is a product and go-to-market executive with 2 decades of management experience scaling fintech startups in the US and internationally. She writes and speaks internationally on identity, purpose & business, and teaches Mindful Management for Stanford’s Continuing Studies Program.Tiffany has a Masters in Management from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, a certificate in conflict mediation from Santa Clara County, and studied cognitive neuroscience & psychology in undergrad at Stanford University. Tiffany advises founders and is Chairman of the Board of Directors for saverlife.org, a national nonprofit tackling financial insecurity by offering an online savings platform.

      Stanford University Leadership Instructor

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