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Join us for our Monthly Chapter Meeting and Program!
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
3:15pm - Social Networking
4:00pm - Meeting & Program
The Art of Conversation
INFORMS the Art of Coaching
Discussion of Margaret Wheatley's timeless book:
"Turning to One Another"
Have you bought and read your book yet?
At May's meeting (whether you've read the book or not) come join us for a riveting, facilitated conversation about the power of conversation. We will be discussing the book by Margaret Wheatley called "Turning to one another - simple conversations to restore hope to the future."
We will explore:
Join us for this Wheatley inspired conversation that will bring deeper meaning to our lives, to our relationships, to our community and to our coaching work. We will learn from her provocative ideas that have been informing conversation facilitators and change-agents for over a decade.
Consider these questions in preparation:
The world is changing. The ICF is changing. Each of us must change, grow and embrace change so that we become catalysts for change, and make our world a better place. This is possible by stimulating our minds and hearts, while relating and supporting each other.
The secondary opportunities this book study will create:
Lillian Coury is a combination of a successful business professional from NYC with an equestrienne who is happiest on a horse!
She reinvents workstyles for high performance leaders across the U.S. with her integrated approach called "DARE to FLY". Partnering with Lillian ensures greater effectiveness, impact and influence and cultivates business professionals' authentic leadership style and presence in results-driven organizations.
With 20 years in sales and marketing, Lillian founded and ran her own printing company for 13 years, sold it to follow her passion: to make a difference in the business world through her work. She founded Pegasus Pathways in 2001 to specialize in transformational leadership development.
Lillian is a certified executive coach, workshop facilitator, trainer, speaker, author, and philanthropist, and maintains her credentials as a Certified Integral Coach (CIC) with New Ventures West Coaching School, and as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation. Pegasus Pathways is a WBE (Woman Business Enterprise) certified with WBEC - West since 2010.
She left the canyons of New York City and followed her heart to the desert and now lives in Gilbert, AZ. She adopted her Arabian gelding Cassanova four years ago, and he's been winning ribbons with Lillian aboard - a dream come true for this Brooklyn girl!