IE proudly presents to you the 4th edition of ieTalks! – an events series that has been exclusively designed to give IE students a platform where they can discuss current affairs, share their experiences, and feed off of each other’s points of view in an intimate setting outside the classroom.
On June 6th ieTalks! will introduce the topic Fear Management. The session is meant to help participants define and understand fear, and give them helpful tips on how to recognize signs of fear and deal with challenging situations in the workplace, such as confronting a hostile coworker or superior, managing stress and/or burnout, dealing with difficult personal issues whilst at work, important decision making, etc.
The talk will be lead by Ana García Villas Boas, Associate Professor at IE/professional coach, and by 2 IE students that would like to share an impactful story with us which we can analyze, relate to and draw insightful conclusions from.
CALL TO ACTION: If you happen to be interested in being considered as a potential speaker, please reach out to your class representatives by sending them your CVs with a short paragraph on the experience you would like to share. Consequently the reps would report back to the ieTalks! Committee, which is composed of IE students and staff, who would collectively cast a vote on the final two speakers.
It would be helpful to get this information before May 16th at 3 pm, so that the ieTalks! Committee has enough lead-time to select two suitable speakers whom we can prepare the talk with.
Thank you in advance for your efforts in helping us create a meaningful event for the IE Community.