Power of Women Leadership Series
The Power of a 2-year, 10-year Career Plan
September 19, 2013 from 8 a.m. - Noon
Owner, Positive Life Decisions.
The seminar will invite participants to design the path and possess a mission for their life work. The facilitators will help seminar participants develop a tool box of career skills and encourage participants to identify fits within the organization. A featured focus of the seminar will be Work-Life balance, a classic and timely concept. A quarterly objective concept board will be developed by participants to illustrate and map her strategic direction toward her 2-year and 10-year career plan. Connie Challingsworth, Owner of Positive Life Decisions, http://www.positivelifedecisions.com/about.php will facilitate the session.
Christine Lombardo, Esq., MBA, faculty member from the Cedar Crest Business Department will provide opening remarks and expert advice.
About the Facilitator
Prior to becoming a life coach, Connie spent 30 years in the business world, with much of that experience in the pharmaceutical industry as a successful sales representative. She enjoyed accepting the challenges of launching a new product or meeting a sales quota, as well as mentoring others so they could succeed. As I considered how I wanted to make a brand new ending for my life, I drew upon my education, business experience and earned wisdom.
The end result is Positive Life Decisions which allows me to help women confidently follow their dreams, whether in a career or in active retirement.
As a certified life coach, Connie helps women discover who they are as they rekindle dreams, discover passions and design a plan to move toward the life they truly want to live. She offers one-on-one coaching and workshops as well as on-site, non-financial retirement planning programs.
Connie has earned several certifications, accredited by the International Coaching Federation, including: Certified Life Coach through Coach Training Alliance; Certified ReCareer Coach through ReCareer, Inc.; and Certified Retirement Coach through Retirement Options, Inc. She is also am a Too Young to Retire Certified Facilitator through Too Young to Retire. She holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial and organizational psychology from Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA.