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  • 02/23/2024 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)

    OPEN MIKE - Now Scheduling 2024 FEBRUARY-OCTOBER Change SIG Programs
    Would you like to do a 'dry run' of a big presentation of a personal, professional, or professional change topic before the big day or showcase latest favorites?
    Contact Mary Charles Blakebrough 919-656-9573 or mcbreakthrough@mindspring.com about being one of our 2024 Change SIG speakers.

        NOTE 1:  Currently we are looking for 2024  speakers (February - October)
        NOTE 2: No registrations here. OPEN MIKE floats as programs added.
        NOTE 3: The Change SIG is now SEARCHING for several Zoom-comfortable people to produce our programs on a ROTATING BASIS.

    NEWS: Only to-do's for each Change SIG NOW are Tech Check & Zoom Host
          -- Do a 45-minute Tech Check 4th (or 5th)  Monday or Tuesday, with speaker(s) & Mary Charles
          -- Handle 4th (or 5th) Friday Zoom details, 8:00 -10:45 AM Eastern

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-656-9573) or Vickie Bevenour.

  • 12/01/2023 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)

    Big 2023 AH-HA for You? 23rd Annual GIFTS EXCHANGE   
    (8:30-10:30 - Bring your own coffee/tea/snacks) 

    NOTE: Gifting will be by Google SLIDES again:
    --- INSTRUCTIONS & LINK to GIFT EXCHANGE slides
        PROVIDED in 
    REGISTRATION CONFIRMATION.
    --- those already registered, look for both GIFT EXCHANGE &
        ZOOM links in 
    11/28 LINKS 
    email
        (2 days early, more time to create).

    This is our annual SIG Holiday GIFTS EXCHANGE. It is a joint Nov/Dec meeting and the agenda is one that we have had for 23 years. We gather to share TIPS & TRICKS that have impacted us either professionally or personally during 2023. 

    You 'gift' us by sharing 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.

    NOTE: The 2023 Change SIG GIFT EXCHANGE will be shared with the group over ZOOM. For some Zoom clues:
     Getting Friendly with Zoom

    To enable our sharing in this virtual meeting, we have created a document in Google Slides, where you can add links, pictures, or text on your own slide. Your REGISTRATION confirmation email contains the document link.

    NOTE 1: Be sure to add your contact information, as it's our way of exchanging business cards.
    NOTE 2: Sign up, even if you have a conflict, so you can add your GIFT this year and be able to view other gifts later.

    We can then share these slides in the meeting, one by one, giving each person a few minutes to say something they are grateful for in 2023, and then explain their gift as we go around the virtual room. 

    At the end, we'll have a super cool artifact for ourselves and to share with anyone who couldn't be with us in real time.

    If you're new to Google Slides, it's just like PowerPoint, only simpler. There are instructions that will guide you through the process of creating a slide for your gift in the GIFTS Exchange confirmation email when you REGISTER or get your ZOOM LINK email.

    NOTE: If this process creates a barrier to your participation, don't sweat it!

    • You can send your responses to Mary Charles Blakebrough on email at mcbreakthrough@mindspring.com and she will create your slide for you
    • Or you can share your screen during the Change SIG and show us whatever you like as your gift.
    • A big thanks to _____________ who will be our Zoom Host

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-656-9573 or mcbreakthrough@mindspring.com) or Vickie Bevenour.


  • 10/27/2023 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)

    Goal Setting for Life: Are you on the Hamster Wheel or Ferris Wheel?

    (8:30-10:30 - bring your own coffee/tea and snacks). 

    Why do people make resolutions on January 1st? Well, it's the one day of the year when the calendar offers a fresh start, a clean slate, and a perfect excuse to dust off those long-forgotten dreams and aspirations with a renewed sense of determination!

    However, studies have reported that 43% of people give up on their resolutions by February 1st and 37% more people give up by February 28th. Why? Because people make the resolution with no plan of how to get there.

    Let’s get you off the resolution Hamster Wheel and on to the “Living Out Your Dreams” Ferris Wheel.

    Ready to get off the Hamster Wheel but your brain has questions:

    • How do I set attainable goals?
    • What is my starting point?
    • How do I plan my Ferris Wheel life?

    By the end of the workshop, you will be equipped with the tools needed to set and achieve goals with confidence and purpose. Get ready to see your dreams become your reality!

    Heather Cain, LPC, LCPC    
    Heather M. Cain, LPC, LCPC, is a seasoned mental health professional and esteemed corporate wellness consultant in Washington, DC. She earned her MS in Counseling Psychology with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy, from Mount St. Mary’s College in Los Angeles, California.

    As the founder of Shrink Me Not, her group private practice, she has made a remarkable impact on the lives of numerous individuals and couples. With over a decade of experience, her practice has provided vital counseling services to more than 250 clients. She has conducted empowering group training sessions, faith-based workshops, and corporate programs for over 150 individuals.

    Recognizing the importance of holistic well-being, she has steered her career towards corporate wellness, passionately serving individuals where they spend a significant amount of time: the workplace. Her mission revolves around consulting with corporations, grooming leaders, and enlightening employees about the profound interplay of wellness in both professional and personal spheres.

    In 2022, she added ‘author’ to her impressive list of accomplishments, releasing a groundbreaking workbook on goal setting called Write the Vision: Make it Plain. In this workbook, she shares the very strategies that have empowered her clients to reach their aspirations. Her commitment to personal development and well-being continues to make a lasting impact in the lives of many, making her a sought-after authority in the fields of mental health and corporate wellness
    Ferris Wheel icon by Icons8

    NOTE 1: The Change SIG is now SEARCHING for several Zoom-comfortable

    people to produce our programs on a ROTATING BASIS.
    NEWS: Only to-do's for each Change SIG NOW are Tech Check & Zoom Host
    -- Do a 45-minute Tech Check 4th (or 5th)  Monday or Tuesday, with speaker(s) & Mary Charles
    -- Handle 4th (or 5th) Friday Zoom details, 8:15 -10:45 AM Eastern

     
    Many thanks to _ SUSAN WESTBROOK _ Zoom Host


    NOTE 2: Do you have an idea to polish or a presentation to try out? The Change SIG is looking for 2024 speakers (February-October).

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-656-9573) or Vickie Bevenour. 

  • 09/29/2023 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)

    This month we meet on the FIFTH Friday, with our best

    Sherlock Holmes gear    ready for finding

    CLUES that Create Personal and Organizational Change

     (8:30-10:30am - bring your own coffee/tea and snacks). 

    We are the detectives who can uncover the clues that highlight the need for transformation both within ourselves and organizations.

    The first clues are those that appear in our interactions with others in our daily lives – what causes us to react, what influences our choices, and what patterns we see repeated.

    Sometimes, those clues were created from our own experiences; other times, we inherited them from our families of origin and the ancestral DNA we carry. This includes the influence of immigration, persecution, and other experiences of our lineage that we bring with us wherever we go (including into the workplace).

    We can choose to keep those clues buried or uncover the treasure that lies within them and ourselves. While the clues come from our experiences and our ancestry, it all starts with us.

            CLUES in your interactions – What qualities and points of view cause you to react? Remember - what you can’t be with won’t let you be.
            
    CLUES from our families - What are the hidden messages from your lineage that you need to hear? Making the invisible, visible.
            CLUES in how we treat ourselves – What is the balance in the give and receive between yourself and others? Are you more focused on being self-honoring or self-sabotaging?


    Mindy Schrager, MBA, ICF, PCC   Profile photo of Mindy Schrager, MBA ICF PCC

    Mindy Schrager is an ICF PCC credentialed coach, Integrative Coach,
    Systemic Facilitator, and Aura-Soma practitioner with a passion for
    transformational work.

    Her experience and transformational training has been focused on creating positive change in life and business experiences (i.e. shadow, family DNA) for herself and her clients.

    She loves to shine the light on hidden patterns and the root cause of dysfunction and then help you create new pathways to growth.

    NOTE 1: The Change SIG is now SEARCHING for several Zoom-comfortable

    people to produce our programs on a ROTATING BASIS.
    NEWS: Only to-do's for each Change SIG NOW are Tech Check & Zoom Host
      -- Do a 45-minute Tech Check 4th (or 5th)  Monday or Tuesday, with speaker(s) & Mary Charles
      -- Handle 4th (or 5th) Friday Zoom details, 8:15 -10:45 AM Eastern

    Many thanks to _ STACY EDWARDS _ Zoom Host

    NOTE 2: Do you have an idea to polish or a presentation to try out? The Change SIG is looking for 2024 speakers (February-October).

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-656-9573) or Vickie Bevenour. 

  • 08/25/2023 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)

    Planting Seeds & Tending the Garden of
    Personal Transformation

    Change SIG 10th Anniversary

     (8:30-10:30 - bring your own coffee/tea and snacks).

    "Our life is just a series of changes, and planning ahead to introduce small changes ahead of big ones makes the big ones more manageable.

    This relates to me embarking on my art career. When my first child was going to college my husband said “You need a hobby; work can’t be your hobby. So, I started painting again. This made the transition to empty nester when my second went to college much easier.

    Bad news about my health during Covid caused me to revisit & move up my retirement timeline and shift my priorities. Travel now. Spend money now.

    Art, teaching Pilates, as well as personal coaching and wellness retreats are all part of my long-term retirement plan, but I’m easing into them while still working full time. This has had the effect of making my day job seem less stressful. It’s been a paradigm shift that has helped me get clarity on what is important. Ironically, it has led to promotions and continued positive work reviews. I’m more relaxed. I seem more capable.  

    Other tenets, along with some Bridges, Kotter, and other change research out there:

    • Say yes as much as possible.
    • Just showing up is half the battle – go into the arena. Once there you will do something. And it is better than nothing. It will be a step in the right direction. And it will be easier the next day.  
    • Do some social media. You may not have a strategy yet, but doing some will help you see what competitors are doing and give you ideas. It may feel like a job but try to have fun with it."


    Theresa Raines  THERESA (SEASTROM / SJÖSTRÖM) RAINES

    Theresa Raines is an architect of customer joy. In her day job, she does this as a Senior Solutions Architect for Relias, where she joins sales reps for client calls to uncover needs, use cases, and workflows. This allows her to architect and demonstrate Relias solutions.  

    In her spare time, she helps people rediscover the joy of movement as a Pilates instructor and Wellness coach. Recently diagnosed with two autoimmune disorders, Ehlers-Danlos Hypermobility Syndrome and Ankylosing Spondylitis, she accelerated the timeline for her spending her retirement income to travel and do now, while she can. And helping others do the same. Keeping more mobility, stability, and strength for longer.

    As an artist, she specializes in making Big Happy Art, drawing inspiration from nature.

    In her spare time, she likes to Garden, hike, and spend time with her first grandchild.

    NOTE 1: The Change SIG is now SEARCHING for several Zoom-comfortable

    people to produce our programs on a ROTATING BASIS.
    NEWS: Only to-do's for each Change SIG NOW are Tech Check & Zoom Host
    -- Do a 45-minute Tech Check 4th (or 5th)  Monday or Tuesday, with speaker(s) & Mary Charles

            -- Handle 4th (or 5th) Friday Zoom details, 8:15 -10:45 AM Eastern
     
    Many thanks to _ RICHARD KURTH _ Zoom Host


    NOTE 2: Do you have an idea to polish or a presentation to try out? The Change SIG is looking for 2024 speakers (February).

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-656-9573) or Vickie Bevenour.

  • 07/28/2023 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)

    BORN - LOVE - DIE
    Trip to Africa Changed the Agenda
    Brett Blair, Ph.D.
     (8:30-10:30 - bring your own coffee/tea and snacks). 

    I just returned from Africa, where I thought about this program a lot. The basics are the same, just how we are will be looking at them SO . . .

    Have you ever laughed and cried at the same time? Felt both sad and happy in the same moment? An odd duality can often exist in the same experience. I'm an upbeat guy, but I know I need to feel my sad emotions too.

    I've been hard at work on my new book, Born - Love - Die, and it is due to be published this summer. The writing process has been exceptionally difficult. Reliving the year of my wife's ALS journey word after word, page after page has been painful. But at the same time, there are so many good things that have come out of the experience.

    Have you thought much about your legacy, both of what you are doing in the world and about your life to date?

    This program will give us time and tools for both, as we  focus on these questions::

    • What are the five key elements of Martin Seligman's Theory of Wellbeing
    • What is a framework for getting through trauma?
    • How to avoid regret at the end of your life: Learn how presence is the answer to everything.

    Brett Blair, Ph.D.

    NOTE 1: The Change SIG is now SEARCHING for several Zoom-comfortable

    people to produce our programs on a ROTATING BASIS.
    NEWS: Only to-do's for each Change SIG NOW are Tech Check & Zoom Host
    -- Do a 45-minute Tech Check 4th (or 5th)  Monday or Tuesday, with speaker(s) & Mary Charles
    -- Handle 4th (or 5th) Friday Zoom details, 8:15 -10:45 AM Eastern 

     
    Many thanks to _ SUSAN WESTBROOK _ Zoom Host


    NOTE 2: Do you have an idea to polish or a presentation to try out? The Change SIG is looking for 2023 speakers (August-September).

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-656-9573) or Vickie Bevenour.

  • 06/23/2023 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)

    We Don’t Have To Be One of the Guys
    (8:30-10:30 - bring your own coffee/tea and snacks). 

    In the professional world, many of us, especially women, have been taught to adopt masculine traits to succeed. We pursued success by working long hours, competing, and blending in with a male-dominated environment. But it's time to redefine leadership and success.

    Today, the skills and qualities that are highly valued align naturally with feminine traits like authentic confidence, collaboration, and relational skills. In this talk, I will share how I transformed my life from being immersed in a male-dominated, high-pressure work environment to prioritizing self-care and nurturing relationships, integrating a new definition of success and leadership, earning even greater income.

    It's time to embrace our true selves and let go of the belief that we have to be "One of The Guys" to succeed. Join me in rediscovering feminine power and creating a new definition of success aligned with our personal values.

    Together, we can thrive in a world that values and appreciates our unique strengths. In this experiential program, the focus will be on:

    • Where in your life, personally or professionally, can you access your full power and potential?
    • What supports do you need in order to access your full power and potential? e.g., resources, people, environmental support
    • What’s your next inspired action step to actualize your life and potential?

    Miriam Schuman, MBA  

    Miriam is a transformative coach with a talent for delving deep into the heart of the matter, partnering with clients to overcome obstacles and ignite personal growth. Trained in Generative and Advanced Creative Mind and NLP coaching. With over three decades of diverse leadership experience in both for-profit and non-profit organizations, she brings a comprehensive perspective to leadership, growth, and change management.

    Combining principles from psychology, modern philosophy, and mindfulness, Miriam mentors individuals to discover their inner power and catalyze transformative changes in their personal and professional lives.

    Miriam's personal journey of transformation, both professionally and personally, sets her apart as a coach. With a lifelong passion for uncovering potential, Miriam excels at helping executives adopt a growth mindset, tap into their creative capacities, and discover new possibilities.

    Miriam holds an MBA from Case Western Reserve University with a specialization in Organization Development, where she had the privilege of studying under David Cooperrider, the renowned father of Appreciative Inquiry. She continuously hones her coaching skills through advanced training in various methodologies. Miriam strongly believes that in order to fully support her clients, she must consistently engage in her own personal growth.

    Miriam's multifaceted experiences and dedication to personal growth make her a dynamic and insightful coach who is committed to helping individuals unlock their full potential and lead purposeful, transformative lives.

    NOTE 1: The Change SIG is now SEARCHING for several Zoom-comfortable

    people to produce our programs on a ROTATING BASIS.
    NEWS: Only to-do's for each Change SIG NOW are Tech Check & Zoom Host
      -- Do a 45-minute Tech Check 4th (or 5th)  Monday or Tuesday, with speaker(s) & Mary Charles
      -- Handle 4th (or 5th) Friday Zoom details, 8:00 -10:45 AM Eastern

     
    Many thanks to - SUSAN WESTBROOK for being our June 23rd Zoom Host

    NOTE 2: Do you have an idea to polish or a presentation to try out? The Change SIG is looking for 2023 speakers (August-September).

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-656-9573) or Vickie Bevenour.

  • 05/19/2023 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)

    Building Clients’ Trust Using Research-backed, Coherence-building Techniques 
     (bring your own coffee/tea and snacks).

    A change agent's effectiveness is directly correlated with their trustworthiness. In this workshop, we'll explore the relationship between personal coherence and trust and practice research-backed, coherence-building techniques that help engender trust. Along the way, we'll answer the following questions:

       *** What is personal coherence?
       *** How does personal coherence influence trustworthiness?
       *** What techniques help build personal coherence and increase 
            trustworthiness?
    Late last year, Harper Wagner and Debbie Morris co-facilitated a TODN Change SIG workshop titled Quantum Collaboration where they linked personal and group coherence to collaborative capability maturity. This workshop will expand participants’ understanding of personal coherence while exploring how it affects trustworthiness.


    Harper Ray Wagner   

    Harper Wagner is a collaborative leader and change agent who has dedicated thousands of hours to understanding how personal and group coherence influences creative capacity. He recently became a HeartMath certified instructor to help individuals and teams increase intra- and interpersonal harmony, stability, and efficiency. This workshop blends HeartMath research and techniques with other bits of wisdom he’s picked up on his collaborative journey.

    NOTE 1: The Change SIG is now SEARCHING for several Zoom-comfortable people to join a group producing our programs on a ROTATING BASIS:

    NEWS: Only to-do's for ZOOM HOSTING each Change SIG are NOW the Tech Check & actually HOSTING the Zoom Meeting:

    -- Do a 45-minute Tech Check the Monday or Tuesday of the week of the Change SIG, with speaker(s) & Mary Charles

    -- Handle Change SIG Friday Zoom details, 8:00 -10:45 AM Eastern

    -- Many thanks to DEBBIE MORRIS who will be our May 19th Zoom Host!

    NOTE 2: Do you have an idea to polish or a presentation to try out? The Change SIG is looking for 2023 speakers (June-October).

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-656-9573) or Vickie Bevenour.

  • 04/28/2023 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)

    Reframe Risk for Purpose, Pride & Profit
    (8:30-10:30 AM - bring your own coffee/tea and snacks). 

    Are you facing a big risk and wondering what your next steps might be? Will they make you proud and align with your purpose?

    What are some of the questions about REFRAMING RISK that you might have. Feel free to have them jotted down, ready to ask.

    Niha's back in town and has ADDED MORE to each question:

    Why do we avoid risk?
    Our brain is trained to keep us safe and thinks that doing the “safe” thing is the best thing. For VISIONARY leaders, this creates lots of missed opportunities, missed growth, and missed expansion of our expertise- and revenues and dollars we could be making but are forgoing. 

    Why is REFRAMING so important in outstanding leadership?
    We have to reframe risk in order to make is palatable, irresistible, and increase our internal confidence that WE CAN MAKE IT A SUCCESS. We CAN increase risk tolerance just like we can increase our “spice tolerance” - by trying more spicy things! :) 

    Why risk taking is essential to PROFITABILITY and INNOVATION?
    When we play it safe - artificially safe- we limit our growth and neural pathway for bigger thinking and bigger solutions, application and impeccable implementation. We need to push our boundaries for fun growth that brings out the BEST in us! And when we practice risk- we get better and better at WINNING. 

    Join us Friday, April 28th at 8:30 AM to learn more.

    Niha Wunnava MHSA, FACHE       Niha Wunnava, MHSA, Fellow ACHE

    BIO AND LEADERSHIP MASTERCLASSES

    Niha Wunnava is a Leadership and Executive Coach for women, women of color and our allies who want to create balanced, explosive success through bold, strategic action and risk-taking. She teaches modern, inclusive leadership skills so her clients outshine and lead with ease - taking their place as an important, essential decision-maker.

    Niha offers tailored Masterclasses and speaks to international audiences on leadership fundamentals that they don’t teach in business school, such as:

       1. Leading success by a strong strategic vision and powerful self-identity
       2. Being quick, effective decision-maker that makes waves - and profit
       3. Mastering how to connect and influence to inspiring exceptional results
       4. Eliminating burnout, exhaustion and perfectionism so you love your life
       5. Handling negative emotions *required* for standout success

    Working with Niha, her clients become world-class industry thought leaders by owning their expertise and unique experience. Her 12-week private Success Reinvention Experience for ambitious leaders is life-changing. She shares what she learned working directly with CEOs and as a leadership expert for over two decades being promoted year after year right out of college. 

    She was a long time Chair of International Language Immersion school, which opened a new 37-acre campus in 2021.

    Niha holds a Masters in Public Health from University of Michigan and lives with her husband, a military veteran, and three daughters in Durham, NC.

    CONTACTniha@nihacoaching.com -- www.nihacoaching.com

    NOTE 1: The Change SIG is now SEARCHING for several Zoom-comfortable people to produce our programs on a ROTATING BASIS.

    NEWS: Only to-do's for each Change SIG NOW are Tech Check & Zoom Host
        -- Do a 45-minute Tech Check 4th (or 5th)  Monday or Tuesday, with speaker(s) & Mary Charles

        -- Handle 4th (or 5th) Friday Zoom details, 8:00 -10:45 AM Eastern
     
    Many thanks to _ RICHARD KURTH _  who will be our April 28th Zoom Host!


    NOTE 2: Do you have an idea to polish or a presentation to try out? The Change SIG is looking for 2023 speakers (June-October).

    For more information, contact SIG leaders, Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-656-9573) or Vickie Bevenour.

  • 03/24/2023 9:28 PM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)

    What Are your Three Tomorrows?
    How Do You Create the Future You Prefer
    for You & Your Organization?
    What are your three tomorrows? How do you create the kind of future you prefer? What are your desires for a better future?

    Join Jayne Fleener and Susan Westbrook as they explore the Three Tomorrows and how you can expand your understandings about your relationship with the future to set a foundation for the future you desire. They will share their perspectives and experiences with working with individuals and organizations to create possible, plausible and preferred futures. Join them as they take us on a journey to the future! 

    Jayne Fleener, Ph.D. 

    Jayne Fleener is a Futurist, Professor, Educator, Connector. Jayne is a former dean and current professor at NC State University. She has been working with futurists and community leaders to develop futures literacy and social transformation for new ways of thinking. Her upcoming book Learning and leading in an age of transformation will be published in the forthcoming Living in an Age of Transformation series. She has three graduate degrees from UNC-Chapel Hill, including her doctorate in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis in mathematics education

    Since 2015 when Jayne returned full-time to teaching and research, among her classes she teaches Organizational Theory that includes futuring strategies, many of which are in her Futures Learning website. She is a boundary spanner committed to working across fields for future transformation.

    Susan Westbrook, PCC, Ph.D.  

    Susan Westbrook spent 3 decades in education before moving her focus to healing, coaching, and writing.  She is the author of The Five Tibetans Yoga Workshop: Tone Your Body and Transform Your Life (Findhorn Press 2014).  Her current manuscript, Who’s Coaching Michelangelo?: Inspiring a Creator’s Mindset in Your World-Shaping Clients, will be book-ready soon.

    Susan’s number one agenda is to influence creators, game-changers, and world-shifters by helping them transcend their circumstances and move boldly toward their dreams.  She knows that for action-oriented big thinkers, the greatest "problem" is finding allies who will take them seriously and stop advising them to be more realistic. Big dreams require big containers of support and creative partnership. That is what Susan offers her clients, workshop participants, and readers.

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