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Webcast:  B3: A Vision for the Future-Ready LeaderWebcast: B3: A Vision for the Future-Ready Leader

$35.00 (USD)

We spend a great deal of time and effort making sure our companies are future-ready, but what does being a future-ready leader look like and why does it matter? Overwhelm, disengagement, and burnout are plaguing many leaders these days and are negatively impacting company culture as a result.  If you want to lead for the long haul and recruit, retain and engage your employees and be seen as an employer of choice, future-proofing yourself and your mindset will help you get there.

Credits: 1
Estimated Length: 1 hour(s)
Valid for: 12 Month(s)


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  • Identify the three “Bs” to becoming a future-ready leader and receive a reflection booklet
  • Name three steps you can take to establish a psychologically safe work environment that emphasizes social connection through mirroring, validation and empathy.
  • Identify your truth tellers and trusted tribe to support your growth as a future-ready leader.
  • Identify steps for future-proofing yourself to prevent burnout.
  • Describe these concepts to your teams and leadership, so they can continue to foster a culture of growth and learning at their organizations.


  • Exploring the human elements of what it takes to be a future-ready leader
  • Adopting a mindset of curiosity and why it is essential for innovation, creativity and relationships to flourish
  • Actionable steps to take to enhance connection and communication personally and professionally
  • The latest research about what contributes most to health and happiness as well as compelling personal stories to drive home the data


  • Personal Development (1 credit)


  • High impact leaders who struggle with overwhelm, disconnection and burnout and know they need to future-ready themselves.


  • Basic


  • Rachel Druckenmiller, MS, CNE


  • None


  • Online Webcast


Rachel's Biography:   

Rachel Druckenmiller, MS, CNE is a catalyst who connects and releases possibilities in people and in organizations. As a nationally recognized influencer, writer and speaker in the health and wellness field, Rachel is on a mission is to bring hope, healing, and kindness to the workplace. As the Director of Wellbeing at SIG, Rachel guides SIG and their clients to engage their employees in meaningful ways, so they can become employers of choice.

Because of her passion, visionary approach and personal transformation, WELCOA named Rachel the Top Health Promotion Professional in the U.S. in 2015. Rachel is a founding member and young board member of Global Women for Wellbeing (GW4W). She also writes the award-winning blog, Rachel’s Nourishing Kitchen, where she invites people to connect with and nourish their body and feed their soul. Rachel has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Health Science. She is also trained as an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Thriving Workplace Culture Consultant, and Certified Culinary Nutrition Expert.

Rachel Druckenmiller, MS, CNE
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