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The world of work is more fast-paced, digitized and interdependent than ever before, and the addition of a pandemic has made any semblance of balance between home and work life a difficult challenge.

Resilience is increasingly needed in the workplace and in life. For professionals trying to do more with less, serve more demanding clients, and solve complex issues in a constantly changing environment, increased stress is becoming a part of working life. This new environment makes resilience a critical attribute, both for success, and to avoid burnout. In the Taming the Sabertooth program, we learn that while we may not be able to control our environment, we do have the power to control our response to it.

Taming the Sabertooth is made up of eight interactive workshops. Each workshop sets the foundation for building resilience, optimizing performance, and creating a culture of inclusion and open communication at work.

We explore the challenges faced in a dynamic and changing environment, along with a toolkit of actions and ways of thinking that are at leaders' disposal to deal with those challenges. 


  • 1/3 of adults are experiencing clinical signs of anxiety, depression, or both (Federal survey, May 2021)
  • 93% of employees find their workplace stressful due to workload (Korn Ferry survey, April 2020)
  • 550 million workdays are lost in the US every year due to stress (American Psychological Association, February 2015)
  • 66% of employees have left a position solely due to stress (Korn Ferry survey, February 2020)


A cohort model designed to facilitate learning with others:

  • Practice – honing mindfulness mastery for high performance long after the training itself is over
  • Perspective – strategy and tactics working together to deliver a set of tools and skills for an optimistic mindset
  • Momentum – keep the power of ideas learned moving forward through a cohort that speaks the same language
  • Application – put leadership skills learned into action by engaging as a cohort to reflect and practice
  • Motivation – stay in the zone of peak performance by reciprocating support and holding each other accountable for results

Measuring your resilience is the first step to understanding where you have strengths to be optimized, and opportunities to shore up your resources. Take our RESILIENCE ASSESSMENT to see where you are today, and where you could be tomorrow.



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