Advancing Your Career While Working Remotely
8:30-10:30 AM (bring your own coffee/tea and snacks).
We seem to be leaving one Paradigm as we enter another - with trepidation, uncertainty, and, for many, fear.
- How do we discern ways we want or need to grow personally and professionally?
- While working remotely, how do we enhance our careers and find opportunities to make a significant impact?
- As we adapt: how do we help our clients also navigate the complexities and challenges we are all experiencing while working virtually?
In this Change Sig, we will use the Spiral Dynamics model based on American University Professor Emeritus Clare W. Graves' work.
- How can Spiral Dynamic concepts provide a map?
- What are the levels of awareness and development, both on a personal and a collective level - including organizations?
We will also explore how raising our consciousness:
- Can help make a more meaningful impact on clients and create synchronicities that may also lead to more ideal clients.
- Impacts the inner qualities and mindset that fosters greater self-trust and confidence in our instincts.
- Allows for a more courageous and creative approach in interacting, experiencing, and impacting the world around us.
Through experiential exercises and group discussion, we will explore deeper dimensions of Trust. Participants will gain a greater appreciation of the causal connection between our inner world, its reflections as well as impact on the outer world. We will explore how our inner journey plays an important role in healing the outer world. Peter Metzner, MA, MPA, PCC, BCC is president of Dynamic Change, Inc. In addition to Leadership and Team Coaching, Peter facilities seminars on Mindfulness, Emotional Intelligence and Peak Performance. He incorporates guided visualization and dream work in many of his programs. Peter regularly facilitates seminars at UNC Chapel Hill and Duke University Medical Center.
NOTE: Do you have an idea to polish or a presentation to try out? The Change SIG is looking for 2021 speakers (April-October).
For more information, contact SIG leaders, Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-656-9573) or Vickie Bevenour.