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  • Ambitious stress management for ambitious people

    Alyssa Adams, PsyD, BCC, ACC, Psychologist and Board Certified Coach

    During the event, we’ll work to develop a sustainable stress management strategy while still going full force after your goals. MORE >

    Four outcomes:
    · Identify stressors you can control vs. ones you cannot
    · Create a non-negotiable stress-management routine
    · How to apply evidence based tools to improve mood and build resilience
    · How to use mindfulness as a tool to create peace in chaos
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  • Creating Success that Sticks: Aligning Your Core Values with Your Career

    Catherine A. Wood, Founder & Head Coach, Unbounded Potential

    If you became famous tomorrow and your own definition of success became a maxim, what lesson would you impart? What wisdom would you share? For many, success is a fleeting sensation—the achievement of one goal and immediately on to the next. The joy and satisfaction flash in front of our eyes in the instant of success and then it eludes us once again. MORE >

    What could be possible for you in redefining your relationship to success from the inside out, and making that elusive success stick while producing even greater results? You will walk away with a model for aligning your core values with your goals as an access point to creating success that sticks from the inside out.
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  • The Voice

    Willie Williams, CEO, Inspire The Fire Inc.

    What is the difference between an employee and a leader? One comes to do a job, the leader comes to make the job better. Today everyone wants to be a leader but unfortunately, not everyone understands the key to becoming the kind of leader that others are would like to follow. MORE >

    Many people follow leaders because they HAVE to follow them, but that creates an environment or culture of obligation, which leads to many bitter and unhappy people. However, when you lead in a way where followers WANT to be led you will have a culture of excitement, joy and see a MAJOR increase in productivity.
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  • The Foundation of Leadership

    Alex Simmons, Chief Executive Officer, ReStart Solutions Group, LLC

    Knowing your purpose is the foundation of leadership. It’s the ground from which leadership grows. Knowing the “WHY” I am here, is the key to activating intrinsic motivations even the entrepreneurship mind set. MORE >

    When you come to know your purpose, there’s an authority and power that comes with it. It enables you to move forward with confidence and clarity; no longer needing the approval or validation of others: Empowerment Solutions for Teenagers and Young Adult Males and Females.
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  • The 55/5 Rule to Strategic Innovation and Problem Solving

    Lauren LeMunyan, Founder & Executive Coach, The SpitFire Coach

    What would you do if you only had one hour to innovate, how would you use your time? Strategic Business Coach Lauren LeMunyan will show you her hacks to strategic innovation that will maximize your efficiency, effectiveness and buy in from your team and clients.

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  • Your Progress is Holding You Back

    Cheryl Abram, Learning Doula, Ypifany

    In this high energy session, Cheryl helps decision-makers see and understand why change is necessary, difficult and rewarding. As the accountable party, decision-makers need to evolve while embracing real change. The session includes practical guidance for how to cultivate the power of personal accountability at home and at work.

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  • You are the Medicine

    Willie Williams, CEO, Inspire The Fire Inc.

    I help solve the problem most of the world will encounter and that is how to keep momentum and excitement after the “newness” has settled. I have created the solution for what we call “New Car Collapse” which is when you quickly undervalue what was recently a great move and investment.

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  • Sailing the Leader Ship Effectively and Efficiently

    Ukpeme Okon, Charismatic Speaker, Creative Author, Ambassador for Peace

    Leadership can be challenging. Despite good intentions, many good leaders encounter setbacks. This topic will address some of the issues leaders face, and are likely to face in the course of leadership. From personal experience, I will inspire participants to overcome leadership problems and sail their leader ship effectively and efficiently.

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  • Turn Your Customers Into Raving Fans

    Dawn Shuler, CEO and Founder, The Shuler Group, LLC

    A repeat customer has a 60-70% chance of converting to more sales! That means your focus needs to be more on client retention rather than the constant gerbil wheel of trying to bring on brand-new customers. Turn your customers into raving fans, and they're that much more likely to buy from you... again and again and again. MORE >

    But let’s keep going deeper… along with creating repeat buyers, you also want to create raving fans.

    According to the New York Times, 65% of all new business comes from referrals. That means on average, two-thirds of consumers make purchases because someone they know recommended a particular product or service.

    See how important it is that you truly connect with your prospects and clients, and provide stellar customer service? Because there’s nothing like a raving fan to help you build your business.

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  • From Surviving to Thriving: Moving Beyond Toxic Work Environments

    Chrissy Macken, Founder and Career Coach, blueprintgreen

    If you wake up every morning dreading going to work, if you've excused yourself from a meeting because you were ready to explode, if you've ever cried at work, if it feels like none of your work matters, and all your contributions are dismissed, if your job feels totally unpredictable and you have no control over your time or tasks, if the burdens of your job are all you ever think about, if you're so overwhelmed it's paralyzing, then you’re probably in a toxic work environment. MORE >

    Being in a toxic work environment means that your workplace is sick; despite your best efforts, it’s very hard for you to achieve a sense of wellbeing and thrive in this workplace. And work stress is seeping into all other aspects of your life, and it’s likely bringing you down. I’d bet that you are missing out on having well-deserved compensation and the chance to shine as the career rock star that you are. And, you're probably unable to find a sense of meaning, purpose, and enjoyment in the work you do everyday.

    Your toxic work environment is as bad as you think it is, and you deserve better.

    I've been there. I know what it's like for every day on the job to somehow feel worse than the last. I know what it's like to be so entirely STUCK. And, in this presentation, I’ll teach you the strategies for how to get unstuck, rediscover your strengths, and reclaim your career potential.

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