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Women are becoming successful leaders and entrepreneurs. And now more than ever, the world needs us to be positive influences. Along the way we face many challenges, but the biggest is often our own inner critic.
At this session, learn to recognize when your inner critic is influencing your actions. Hear how you can re-frame your perspective and silence your inner judge. Get insight into how our thoughts, emotions, and body connect. And discover how that connection can either hold you back, or propel you forward in your life and career.
Join us for breakfast on March 22. Reserve your spot today.
Connect with other members of the DeGroote Women’s Professional Network at this event. There will be time before and after the presentation.
|When:||March 22, 2016|
|Time:||7:15 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.|
|Where:||Ron Joyce Centre, 4350 South Service Road, Burlington, ON, Canada|
|Cost:||$25.00 Inc tax, parking included.|
|Contact:|| Kristine Leadbetter|
Ron Joyce Centre, 4350 South Service Road, Burlington, ON, Canada
7:15-8:00 a.m. Registration, networking, breakfast
8:00 a.m. Introductory remarks
8:05 a.m. Remarks by featured professional, Dr. Frances Tuer, Assistant Professor, HR and Management, DeGroote.
8:15 a.m. Keynote presentation by Amy Vodarek, MS.C., President, Amy Vodarek and Associates.
9:00-9:30 a.m. Optional networking
Dr. Frances Tuer is an esteemed professor who enjoys an active classroom environment focused on helping students of all interests and abilities to gain personal insights into the world of work, and solve business and workplace problems using evidence-based management. Prior to coming into academia, she worked for fifteen years in retail banking and as a self-employed small business consultant. Tuer’s research interests include diversity/diversity management, teams, and perceptions of trustworthiness.
Amy Vodarek ACC, is an executive and leadership coach, creative educator, speaker and facilitator who is passionate about co-creating vibrant workplace cultures through authentic and effective leadership.
As a coach, Amy partners with clients to focus in on identifying and aligning values and strengths with opportunity. She helps clients to recognize and manage challenges that show up when leading teams or transitioning between roles or shifting careers. Clients are guided to see next steps and take meaningful action towards a fulfilling their vision and promises. Amy has empowered clients to confront and work through workplace challenges through establishing clear boundaries and developing strategies for self-care.
In addition, Amy partners with individuals, leaders and teams to talk about what no one’s talking about and build trust by having the missing conversations. Amy guides leaders to shift perspective, effectively communicate and create a culture where heightened engagement and new action is possible. Her passion is to guide people to lead themselves first so they can influence others to create healthy relationships translating into effective results.
Amy specializes in working with women leaders and is the co-founder of The Good Enough Project and co-author of the upcoming book Good Enough? (2016).
Amy holds coaching certification with the Newfield Network and the International Coach Federation. She is currently in the process of attaining certification with the Institute of Generative Leadership and is a certified Genuine Contact Professional. She also has a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Nursing.