After the events of the past three years, many corporate executives and business owners are reassessing their work and their relationship to their careers. This focus adds a new dimension to career change and career growth.
Nicole Lewis-Keeber will talk about steps to review your career in light of the pandemic. She will explain the concept of micro-trauma and show how even a small disturbance can block your path to a new career or business. She will suggest concrete, positive steps you can take to build a relationship with your business, so your career supports you instead of adding another layer of stress.
Nicole was one of the most popular speakers in last year’s series and we’re pleased to bring her back. She is one of the few experts who totally understands the world of business-entrepreneurship or corporate– as well as the world of coaching, therapy and personal growth.
Nicole is a business therapist and mindset coach. She works with business owners and corporate executives who want to create and nurture healthy relationships with their business and career.
Nicole is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Masters in Social Work and a rich experience of working as a therapist. Certified in Brené Brown’s The Daring Way™ and Dare To Lead™ methodologies, she’s been featured on numerous media outlets (including Fast Company and NPR) for her work in breaking the stigma of mental health and business ownership.
Nicole writes and speaks about the impact of “small t” trauma on businesses. She believes her biggest, more important work is in combining therapeutic processes with business coaching to help her clients build emotionally sustainable, financially stable businesses.
We’ll have lots of time for your questions! A recording of the call will be made available to everyone who registers.
Date and Time:
Tuesday, March 15, 2022 1-2 pm EST
Wharton Club members: Free
Zoom Information provided with registration.