Join the Wharton NJ Women on Thursday, July 15th at 12 noon for a virtual discussion of Positive Intelligence with fellow Wharton Alum, Judy McHugh, founder and principal of Top Talent LLC.
Mental Fitness is a measure of the strength of your positive mental muscles (Sage) versus the negative (Saboteur).This measure of your Mental Fitness is called PQ (Positive Intelligence Quotient).Research with 500,000 participants has shown PQ to be the best predictor of how happy you are and how well you perform relative to your potential.
A key to Mental Fitness is to weaken the internal Saboteurs who generate all your “negativity” in the way they respond to challenges. Your Saboteurs cause your stress, anxiety, self-doubt, frustration, regret, shame, guilt, and unhappiness.
Your “Sage” lives in an entirely different region of your brain and handles challenges in ways that produce positive emotions like curiosity, empathy, creativity, calm, and clear-headed laser-focused action. You’d perform better and feel happier.
During this discussion, you will learn about building your mental muscles to shift from your Saboteur to your Sage perspective through self-command, leading to results you never thought possible.
Judy has worked as a coach, consultant and leader at organizations like the Wharton School's Aresty Institute for Executive Education, as Executive Director; MetLife as VP, Global Talent Development and The Linde Group, heading up Talent Management and Development. Judy holds an Doctorate of Education (EdD), Corporate Education, through a joint program between The Wharton School of Business and The Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania.
Where: Zoom meeting (dial-in information will be sent the day before the event)