Looking to change an unwanted behavior or habit? Julie Hodack is a Certified Leadership Coach and will lead our November webinar “Change for the Better” on 11/19 at 11 am ET. Join our upcoming workshop to gain the necessary knowledge, tools, and principles for a successful change.
Title: Change for the Better
Date: Thursday, November 19th, 2020
Time: 11 am ET
Cost: Free, but space is limited. Please register early
Speaker: Julie Hodack MS, BS, ACC, Certified Leadership Coach
Register: Change for the Better
Who should attend:
Got a habit you’d like to change? Is it the one that sprang to mind when you read the title of this workshop? Any of these sound familiar? Cutting people off when they’re talking, or resisting delegation? Have you ever forgotten to follow through or volunteer when your plate is full? Did you over-indulge to feel better or neglect self-care? You get the idea. Looking to change some of these habits? We hope you’ll join the webinar.
Principles of neuroscience and research show us that trying to change an unwanted habit or behavior through sheer willpower or cold turkey rarely works. So, what does it take?
Come find out. Prior to the session, you’ll select and identify an unwanted behavior or habit which you will work with within this session. You’ll learn:
- The anatomy of a habit and how it operates in your brain
- How to define your desired replacement behavior/habit
- Necessary knowledge, tools, and principles for a successful change
- Mindful behavior change, make a roadmap for yourself, and make the shift
About the Speaker:
JULIE HODACK, MS, BS, ACC, CERTIFIED LEADERSHIP COACH
Julie’s career spans three decades as an advisor and consultant, leading critical changes in corporate environments, as well as support for small groups and individuals. She teaches them a step-by-step process to lasting change in spite of the challenges people face and limitations they might see,
Her clients for consulting and coaching include IBM, Aon Corporation, AT&T, US Department of Homeland Security, American Red Cross, Emory University, Centers for Disease Control, Taylor English & Dumas, Procter and Gamble, MGM International Resorts, and CARE.
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