We are living in VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous) era and may sometimes get caught up in pessimistic thinking.
In this event, you will learn and practice "resilience" to survive this difficult era.
This transferable skills seminar is targeted for international researchers (DC, PD).
Seminar will be conducted in English.
-Why resilience is essential to survive and thrive
-What is resilience
-Three elements to support resilience
-What is psychological resilience
-How to enhance resilience of living
-How to enhance resilience of local community
-How to enhance own resilience
-How to enhance resilience of family and friends
-Practice: applying ABC model to own case
-How to change pessimistic thinking
-Share of insights
-What I can do / I should do
Ms. Junko Edahiro
President, Institute for Studies in Happiness, Economy and Society (ISHES)
Professor, Department of Leadership and Innovation, Graduate School of
Leadership and Innovation, Shizenkan University
Junko Edahiro is a Japan-based sustainability expert working to create a resilient and happy future. She conducts seminars
and works as a consultant, has written many books on the environment
and energy, resilience, animal welfare, and has translated dozens
of books into Japanese, including "An Inconvenient Truth" by Al Gore.
She also works as an advisor to help build resilient communities
and local economies through approaches that include systems thinking
and scenario planning. Recent local community projects include Ama
Town in Shimane Prefecture and Shimokawa Town in Hokkaido.
■ Seminar date
1/19（Wed.) 16:00-17:30 Online (zoom)
Hokkaido University international graduate school students and postdocs.
By 1/12(Wed.) 16:00
■ Maximum number of participants
■How to apply from Hi-System
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