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  • 01 Dec 2017 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)

    Big 2017 AH-HA for You? 17th Annual Tips & Tricks Exchange

    This is our annual SIG Holiday TIPS & TRICKS EXCHANGE. It is a joint Nov/Dec meeting and the agenda is one that we have had for 17 years. We gather to share something that has impacted us either professionally or personally during 2017. 

    We ask that you bring a book, a tip, a technique, a brain-friendly recipe, a picture, a poem, a great quote, or anything else that has inspired, pleased or touched you in the past year. If it has been surprisingly successful, that's even better.

    You can share your tip or trick with the group by telling us about it and/or making copies for everyone. We've found this to be one of our best programs - always full of surprises
    and a real GIFT to all of us!

    NOTE: Our third annual after-SIG lunch will be at a nearby restaurant open for lunch. Feel free to join us (last year we went to Nantucket-Sutton Station, 5826 Fayetteville Road).

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Vickie Bevenour  or Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-493-5424).

  • 27 Oct 2017 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)

    Epigenetic Coaching: Optimizing Human Performance and Potential

    • Are you familiar with the emerging fields of genomics and epigenetics or curious about what they mean?
    • Would you like to learn how epigenetic coaching can help individuals optimize performance in all aspects of life?
    Epigenetics involves the study of how lifestyle choices and environmental factors significantly impact the way our genes are expressed and ultimately our health and well-being. As health-conscious individuals seek new ways to improve their performance, the demand for coaches in this field is growing rapidly. 
    By assessing an individual’s unique genetic blueprint, their lifestyle and environment, epigenetic coaches provide clients with customized, actionable plans and coaching to take charge of their human potential
    In this session, you will learn the key concepts of epigenetics and epigenetics coaching, and view a sample client profile and plan. You will learn how changes in one’s lifestyle can maximize quality of sleep, improve mental acuity and facilitate stress resiliency. Finally, you will leave with an understanding of how to learn more for yourself and your clients

    Janet McGillicuddy has over 20 years of diverse experience as a senior HR Leader and certified executive coach for Fortune 500 firms. Janet is most passionate about helping others achieve their highest potential by aligning their strengths and passions and by practicing a whole-person approach to coaching.  To strengthen her background, Janet has pursued a unique Epigenetic Coaching Certification Program through the Apeiron Center for Human Potential.  This program enables Janet to assess each client’s unique genetic blueprint, their lifestyle and environment and create customized coaching plans to help them optimize their lives.
    Janet holds a BS Degree from Cornell University in Industrial and Labor Relations and a Graduate Level Certificate in Executive Coaching from William James College.  She is certified as an MBTI Instructor and Leadership Brand Instructor. 

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Vickie Bevenour  or Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-493-5424).

  • 29 Sep 2017 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)

    Emotional DNA: How Our Families Influence the Way We Show Up at Work

    For years, we have discussed how we inherit our physical DNA and now the world of Systemics and Epigenetics is highlighting how we also inherit and are deeply, yet unconsciously influenced by our emotional DNA. Learn abut the dynamics and hidden patterns (concepts) in Family and Organizational Constellations/Dynamics and see how our families influence the way we show up in our work world (we really do bring our families to work with us). You will ask yourself the following questions, hear some examples, and discuss opportunities for creating change within yourself, your families, and your organizations.
    Questions to consider:

    • What is your sense of how you "fit" in your family and organization/business?
    • Do you know exactly where you belong in your family? Describe how do you feel about your place at work?
    • Do you have a similar role in your family of origin and in your organizati (i.e. caregiver)? Or are they different and how?
    Mindy Schrager,  is a transformational coach, consultant, and Founder of Systems of Change, LLC. She brings the knowledge of change management and transformation from her leadership roles at world class companies such as Motorola, Fidelity Investments, and IBM. She has worked with hundreds of cross-organizational teams and built new programs and processes to improve quality and operational effectiveness, and enhance collaboration in product delivery, and mergers/acquisitions, among other big impact changes. 

    Mindy has enhanced her focus and corporate skills through personal growth work in Life Coaching, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Shadow Work, Family Constellations, Organizational Dynamics, Voice Dialogue, Somatic Repatterning, Barrett Values, HDBI and Lab Profile Assessments. 

    She has discovered that change within ourselves, and inside organizational work teams, allows us to uncover and then solve systemic problems which keep us individually and collaboratively from growing and flourishing.

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Vickie Bevenour  or Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-493-5424).

  • 25 Aug 2017 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)
    Asking Powerful Questions: Asking Your Clients Questions that Evoke Possibilities
    Are you curious about what might give your clients access?
    Access to power ... to possibilities that they haven’t seen ... to connection to their deeper desires ... to their future-self - (their entelechy) - their un-manifested possibilities ... to courage ... to commitment ... to their own power or to empower others ... to the ability to be visible and seen ... to creativity ... to care.
    Discover questions that connect a client to a new possibility that they’re actually creators. What is it that you most deeply desire to create? That’s a question your client might not ever have been asked before. This will be an interactive session. Bring your real world challenges and discover the power of asking powerful questions.
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    Miriam Schuman, MBA, actualization and transformation coach, and facilitator, with over 30 years experience in business and entrepreneurial consulting. Miriam is most passionate about empowering  others to access and create life-changing paradigm shifts. She is highly skilled at identifying internal barriers and masterfully coaches clients to break-free of old patterns and limiting beliefs. She has worked with a wide range of clients at all professional levels.

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Vickie Bevenour  or Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-493-5424).

  • 28 Jul 2017 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)

    Telling Stories: Enhancing Connections and Delivering Optimal Messages
    It's well known that even before the written word, storytelling was the preeminent method of conveying historical information of all types from one generation to another.  To this day, storytelling continues to be one of most effective means for communicating thoughts, ideas, emotions and connecting people with the storyteller and each other. In this session, we will explore the key elements of effective storytelling and how you can begin to construct stories that will enhance your connection with others and most optimally deliver your professional and personal (P&P) messages. 

    As a Business Consultant and Executive Coach with extensive senior management experience, Fred Cooley is adept at building strong leaders who in turn create strong organizations.  He is known for leveraging relationship building, communication and executive management skills to assist clients in getting what they really want in their professional and personal lives.  Having worked in the pharmaceutical industry for over 35 years in various leadership roles, he is well-equipped to understand the challenges of today's leaders.

    Fred holds the designation of a Distinguished Toastmaster, which is the highest level of recognition in the Toastmasters organization. He enjoys volunteer work in the areas of hospice care and providing music enrichment for nursing homes. In his spare time, he relishes playing the piano, reading, and hiking.

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Vickie Bevenour  or Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-493-5424).

  • 23 Jun 2017 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)

    Strategic Problem-solving with Harvard's "Gossip Triads"

    The “Gossip Triad" method* has been used for a number of years by the Harvard School of Government in their leadership programs. It is an experience that you, as a consultant, can use in any program where there is a mix of people from different units or areas (or from different organizations). Participants are asked to send in pre-work, briefly describing a challenge from their workplace. They will use this challenge to examine in the triads, so confidentiality is a given.

    Jane Tucker heard about the method this year from a colleague from the Southwest, who had seen it work,and she has now used it several times – in a national program with people from various institutions and in a single organization in Hawaii with people from different units. It is simple, intense and gives everyone a chance to be the focus of attention for personalized questioning and coaching that can give the recipient new perspectives. (Note: at the School of Government, each person normally gets 1-1.5 hour’s consultation. As demonstrated and used recently, each person will get about 20 minutes and it has worked!)

    At the moment, Tucker is planning to substitute a version of “Gossip Triads” in every program where she formerly had people work in small groups to practice the case of one person in the group. Using “Gossip” Triads, everyone in the group can get advice and counsel about their challenge issue. She’s excited to share this with members of the SIG!

    *Attributed to Vantage Point Consulting Pty, Ltd; Directors: Maxine Fern, BA, M.ED and Michael Johnstone, Ph.D.

    Jane Tucker has over thirty years of experience in higher education in both the administrative and teaching areas.  She taught negotiation skills classes in the Fuqua School of Business at Duke and currently teaches negotiations and leadership to scientists through grants to COACh from the National Science Foundation and Department of Energy.  She also taught with the Center for Creative Leadership (www.ccl.org), an internationally recognized leadership research organization where she worked with leaders from corporations and not-for-profits in the Looking Glass program.

    Dr. Tucker received her Ph.D. in Organizational Development from the University of North Carolina and is an alumna of Wellesley College.  She has published papers on learning strategies and organizational change.   

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Vickie Bevenour  or Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-493-5424).


  • 26 May 2017 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)

    Tapping into 'Big C' Change with Type

    There is a 'Big C' change coming for your organization, family, or community. What if, by learning a simple energy tool to reduce stress and using Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® expert Sandra Hirsh's strategy for "Introducing Change to Quadrants," those involved would be engaged in a new way? This recently-formed concept involves teaching the basics of EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) /Tapping to reduce stress, while those in each MBTI® quadrant have the change introduced in ways customized to their IS, ES, IN, EN preferences? If curious, please join us.

    Mary Charles Blakebrough is presenting this session in July at the 2017 Association for Psychological Type International (APTi) Biennial Conference in Salt Lake City, She is an MBTI Certified Master Practitioner, EFT MRA Certified Matrix Reimprinting Practitioner and has an MS/OD from American University/NTL. 

    She has coached corporate and personal clients for the past fifteen+ years in career search strategies, specializing in resumes showcasing overlooked accomplishments, networking, and interviewing (telephone and in person). She helps you decide "What do you want to be when you grow up?" by using assessments, exploring options, and marketing yourself (resumes/LinkedIn). 

    Recently she joined Rotary International to give her a broader outreach in the world for making a difference.

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Vickie Bevenour  or Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-493-5424).

  • 28 Apr 2017 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)

    Open Heart Mindset for Strong Leaders

    Noa Ronen, current president of ICF Raleigh Area Chapter, will lead us through a program she has developed on working with the being of leadership rather than focusing on different band-aid skills to becoming a leader.

    Part of what she shares is the Arbinger Institute's philosophy through exercises that will be eye opening and explain how to shift from the need to know how to be with different people in different situations to knowing how I am being.

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Vickie Bevenour  or Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-493-5424).

  • 24 Mar 2017 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)
    Courageous Conversations about Race and End of Life: Similarities and Differences
    Conceivably the most difficult conversations to have are about race, sex and end of life.

    James Daniels and Donna Kaye will provide guidelines for holding courageous conversations on two of these topics: race and end of life. (We will leave the topic of conversations about sex for another time!). In the process, we will discover some interesting similarities that effective conversations about these two topics may have.

    James Z Daniels is principal consultant with J Z Daniels Company Limited, a healthcare cultural competency solutions enterprise. Over the course of his 35 years’ career, Jim has served as an enterprise leader and as an internal and external independent management consultant with Fortune 500 and medium size companies. A self-published author (Strategic Issues Benchmarking Diversity Best Practices), he writes and is published on healthcare and culture.

    Donna Kaye just retired from being a Director at UNC Healthcare's Learning & Organizational Development department.  She will be sharing an approach she found helpful in holding end of life conversations which facilitate a dignified death and good family relationships.

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Vickie Bevenour  or Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-493-5424).

  • 17 Mar 2017 2:06 PM | Nicole Olivieri

    Hi Folks,

    Please check out my Total Focus Workshop via the following link:

    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/total-focus-workshop-registration-32643348133

    Please feel free to share this link with family and friends!

    _____________________________________________________________

    Short, sharp and powerful!

    This workshop is delivered to you as a call to action to get the results in life and business that you desire. The focus is on beating procrastination, self-analysis to determine your strengths, mind mastery to help you think above the crowd, an A-Z action planning process and emotional management tools to empower you to meet the challenge of change.

    Audiences from major corporations, small businesses, government agencies and community groups have benefited from Total Focus. Participants find this workshop to be inspirational and in many cases, a defining point in their lives.

    Part 1: Self-Analysis and Action Planning (Tuesday, April 11th from 5:30 - 8:30pm)

    Part 2: Mind Mastery and Emotional Management (Tuesday, April 25th from 5:30 - 8:30pm)

    Part 3: Challenge to Change! (includes 3 free 45-minute coaching sessions with Nicole)

    Note: when you register for this event, you are committing to attend both workshop days.  The cost includes both workshops and the coaching sessions. Be sure to block your calendar for April 11 and 25.



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