Fallston Group Features Internationally-Renowned Human Stress and Resiliency Expert in Leadership Podcast

 

Dr. George Everly, Jr. lends insight on the importance of building a resilient organizational culture
Dr. George Everly, Jr. lends insight on the importance of building a resilient organizational culture 

 

BEL AIR, Md. (Jan. 22, 2015)—Fallston Group, a Bel Air-based crisis management and communications executive advisory firm, features award-winning author and researcher Dr. George Everly in its latest episode of the 15-Minute Leadership Quick Hit to explore the essential attributes of resilient leadership.

A monthly podcast production powered by Fallston Group, the 15-Minute Leadership Quick Hit interviews recognized executives and leaders across the nation to discuss the critical attributes of results-driven leaders. Dr. Everly’s resilient leadership episode highlights the importance of building a resilient organizational culture, and reveals the four attributes that research has shown make an effective leader in the wake of adversity. Podcast listeners will also gain a preview into Dr. Everly’s next book, which focuses on personal and individual resilience.

“A distinguished author and resiliency expert, Dr. Everly’s research provides invaluable knowledge to leaders of all sectors and industries,” said Rob Weinhold, principal of Fallston Group and recognized expert in executive leadership and crisis management. “As Dr. Everly highlights, the world’s most effective and respected leaders have historically been those who have exhibited strong resiliency in the face of adversity. The leaders of today should invest time and energy in mastering the four attributes Dr. Everly deems essential to resilient leadership.”

In addition to being an award-winning author and researcher of more than 15 text books and 100 professional papers, Dr. Everly is executive director of the Resiliency Science Institutes, International, and a faculty member of The Johns Hopkins Public Health Preparedness Programs. He is the founder of, and representative to, the United Nations for the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, a nonprofit United Nations-affiliated public health and safety organization. Dr. Everly has been awarded the Fellow’s Medal of the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine, the Professor’s Medal of the Universidad de Weiner (Peru), and the Leadership Award from the American Red Cross.

“Leadership is paramount to the success and growth of a business and individuals,” said Dr. Everly. “It was a pleasure to have been a guest on Fallston Group’s 15-Minute Leadership Quick Hit. I hope that the information I shared inspires leaders and aspiring leaders alike.”

To listen to Dr. Everly’s and previous episodes of the 15-Minute Leadership Quick Hit, visit www.fallstongroup.com. For additional information about Fallston Group or to inquire about a podcast feature, contact Josie Hankey at 410-420-2001 or by email at josie.hankey@fallstongroup.com.

 

About Fallston Group
Fallston Group, LLC is a highly trusted, executive advisory firm focused on building, strengthening and defending reputations. We operate where leadership, strategy and communications intersect. Reputations are both positively and negatively impacted by many variables. Whether working with clients in a proactive or reactive sense, we engage with velocity and vision while turning adversity into advantage. Fallston Group knows what it takes to get a client in or out of the news, and we are committed to strengthening and protecting our clients’ brands through the development and distribution of core messages that support the story they want told. This gives our clients the confidence and persuasive power to shape stakeholder opinion. Fallston Group team members provide a blend of both executive and operational services to help leaders prepare for, navigate through, and recover from issues of adversity and crisis. Many leaders refer to Fallston Group as their “Chief Reputation Officer.” To learn more, visit www.fallstongroup.com.

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