Change can be positive when chosen, like starting a new business or moving to a new city. This workshop focuses on those changes that were not anticipated nor welcomed. It's the kind of change when something expected can no longer be expected. The opportunity is to respond to change by navigating the river, rather than trying to dictate where the river flows.
Resilience is springing back after a life event that has had a significant impact. People often share the front side of their resume filled with accomplishments. In this workshop, participants will be supported in looking at the back side of their resume. This resilience resume provides the opportunity to own one's strengths around resilience, and to develop a daily practice to bring resilience into a change, rather than years later.
Within this virtual workshop there will be opportunity for self-reflection, connection with others and thinking time around how to support clients going through change.
This workshop includes:
- Constructive conversations about change
- Understanding resilience as an attribute
- Ways to support clients going through change
Participants will walk away with:
- Choice as to how they think about change
- Honoring the resilience they already have
- Designing a daily practice around resilience
Participants will receive 1.25 Resource Development CCEUs!
About the Speakers:
Mary O. Andrews, MA, PCC
Individuals and organizations that Play Big rely on thinking partners who support new possibilities and game-changing success. Mary O. Andrews, who became an Olympian on her last javelin throw in the rain, taps into sports analogies for access to effective ways of thinking.
Combined with a keen eye for performance improvement and the wisdom of professional coaching, Mary provides the planning space and accountability for people and teams to be great leaders.
Mary has a Masters Degree from Stanford University. She is President of Andrews Performance Corporation and holds the designation of Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation.
Domenica "Nicki" Gorini, PCC
Nicki has delivered coaching for Bridgepoint Education’s leadership development programs, working with staff at various levels including high potentials, managers, directors, and vice presidents. As Talent Development Program Manager at Bridgepoint Education, Nicki designed and facilitated leadership development programs to the organization.
Nicki earned a BA in English Literature and a minor in Theater Arts from the University of New Hampshire. She is a graduate of the Accomplishment Coaching Coaches Training Program and holds the credential of a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation. She is also certified in DiSC (behavioral styles), Emotional Intelligence, and InsideOut Coaching (Performance Based Coaching). Nicki has also been trained in Gallup’s Strength based leadership programs.