• Neighborhood Leadership Gathering to offer tips for stress

    For many people, 2020 was a year of uncertainty, stress and change. Whether dealing with stress in the workplace, managing remote learning for children, adapting to a virtual world or just maintaining human connections, adaptability and resilience have been essential over the past year.

    This season’s Neighborhood Leadership Gathering will feature keynote speaker, Robin Rose on Thursday, Feb. 25, at 6:30 p.m. 

    Rose will focus on how to stay calm, centered, effective and more resilient as she shares practical tools for managing stress. Rose brings 30 years of experience exploring the frontiers of leadership and neuroscience. She understands the stress human beings can endure and uses a scientific approach that teaches people how their brains work, so they can think, act and communicate at their highest proficiency. She translates brain science into practical and useable information and skills.

    In the year ahead, stress management skills will likely shape how we bring out the best in people and create stronger, healthier neighborhoods and communities. Participants will not only learn from Rose but will have an opportunity to learn from each other in small breakout rooms. 

    Anyone invested in the health and quality of life in their Bellevue neighborhood is welcome. Please RSVP to neighborhoodoutreach@bellevuewa.gov or 425-452-5372 to receive the Zoom link.

    For alternate formats, interpreters, or reasonable accommodation requests please phone at least 48 hours in advance 425-452-5372 (voice) or email neighborhoodoutreach@bellevuewa.gov. For complaints regarding accommodations, contact the ADA/Title VI Administrator at 425-452-6168 (voice). If you are deaf or hard of hearing, dial 711.

    Published on 02/11/2021