June 18, 2015
4:30 - 6:00 PM
Location: Cameron Village Library
Coaches attending the January Cutting Edge Conversations talked about the value in choosing a word that would help them focus their intentions for 2015. Now, six months into the year, is the perfect time to revisit that word, focus, or intention, or to select a word that holds meaning for you for the remainder of the year. Join us for a lively and thought-provoking conversation about intentions and the things that support or hinder their fulfillment – for us and for our clients!
If you chose a word in January, what has its impact been?
If you didn’t choose a word, is there one that emerged as a theme?
What value do you see in this idea, for yourself and/or for your clients?
If you’ve used the one-word idea with your clients, how have they responded?
Did you choose an “accountability partner” for 2015? How’s that going (or not going)?
What word is jumping up and down, begging you to let it guide you for the next six months?
How can we support each other going forward?
Facilitator: Deb Oronzio
Deborah has a deep and diverse background in business, training and education. Before starting her career coaching business, Self-Empower Coaching, she was the Director of Entrepreneurship and Business Instructor at Wake Tech Community College in Raleigh, NC USA. Prior to that, she held senior management roles in marketing and management for both multi-national and start-up companies.
Deborah holds a master’s degree in business and management from Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor’s degree in medical technology from Neumann University in PA. She is an active SCORE volunteer. In this role, she works with aspiring entrepreneurs. Her primary interest is in helping them to explore and cultivate their mindset concerning their entrepreneurial experience. She is also adept in counseling them about business planning with focus on the marketing aspects of their planning.
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