Date(s) - 09/11/2014
No matter how successful or how productive you are, it seems that every time you turn around someone is asking you to change, to try new things and to do it differently. Face it, we are overwhelmed, worn out and highly stressed by the reactive ways we’re being asked to adapt to change.
And with no end in sight, there just has to be a better way – right?
Fortunately, there is! Think about it; what would you give to learn the secrets and strategies to turn change on its head? To turn change from something you dread, to something you actually look forward to? To quit feeling like change is something that is done to you, and rather feeling like change is something you make happen? And what if you could stop being stressed by the rate of change, and instead found yourself motivated by it?
In this innovative webinar, “Yes, You’ve Got It! Now Change” we will show you the ins and outs of how to master the art of change. Change is inevitable, and how we experience it and take part in it, is the difference between change taking the life out of us, or breathing it back into us.
Join webinar presenter Meridith Elliott Powell, for this fun-filled session, where she’ll share the stories, real-life experiences, and strategies that will give you the tools you need to embrace, thrive and actually enjoy the rapid pace of change!
Meridith Elliott Powell ~ Biography
Meridith’s signature style and her ability to rapidly connect with people make her a sought after speaker, trainer and coach. She is an active member of the National Speakers Association, the Carolinas Speakers Association, the American Society of Training and Development, and Lessons In Leadership.
Meridith is passionate about helping her clients develop strategies, business development plans and leadership programs to engage their teams and drive the bottom line. She has the ability to take complex issues and make them easy to understand and easy to implement.
She is gold master certified in Strategic Planning by the Haines Centre, and the University of San Diego and a master certified Human Behavior Specialist focusing on human behaviors and their impact on professional relationships and organizational development.