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CODIC: Creating Solid Agreements and Accountability: Showing Others That They Count!

  • Saturday, September 08, 2018
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Goodwin Hall, Rm 415, Benedictine University, Lisle, IL

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  • For regular and student members of CODIC
  • For non-CODIC members who are members of ODN-Chicago, ATD, CHAPT, CISPI, STC.

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Creating Solid Agreements and Accountability: Showing Others That They Count!

Often when we make agreements, they are loose and our expectations are then not met, and the agreement is not upheld.  When we learn to make solid agreements, it enhances our lives.  Add to that, learning to hold someone accountable, all the while having them feel cared for, is a powerful way of empowering others to see and feel their greatness. When we shame or bully someone when we hold them accountable, they often get resentful and angry.  They may not show it, but in the long run it hurts the relationship you have with them. 

Once you have begun to set solid agreements with others, hold them accountable in a loving way, and set consequences that are decided between you, life works better.  You will find that you have more time, more energy and your relationships are closer and more enjoyable.  

Sabra Stuermer has always enjoyed challenging people to think differently. With a background that includes music therapy, multiple local and regional HR roles, heath care  executive operations, and leadership development, she has consistently leveraged her passions for clear communication, integrity, emotional intelligence, and inclusion to help leaders at all levels create limitless career success.

Sabra's educational and professional development background includes a Master of Organizational Psychology, Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching, and both SPHR and SHRM-SCP certifications. A "perpetual student", she will tell you that one of her greatest sources of insight and practical leadership guidance has been attained through her experience as a volunteer with Chicago-based Pathways to Successful Living Seminars, with whom she has served each year in various leadership and facilitation roles since completing her first Basic Seminar in 2006.

Sue Paige, President and Founder of Pathways to Successful Living and Pathways for Business Success, is an internationally respected leader in the training and development field. With over 30 years of experience, Sue’s down-to-earth approach offers street-smart, real-world experience with a straight-talking approach to solving problems and creating extraordinary results. Professionals at all stages of their careers easily relate to the immediately applicable tools she provides to help build essential trust within an organization.

Amanda Bolivar is a sought-after speaker and coach.  For 15 years, Amanda has trained and coached thousands of individuals working with Pathways to Successful Living Seminars.  She has led hundreds of seminars, workshops and speaking engagements that have empowered individuals with the right tools to create powerful and effective environments both in their careers and in their personal relationships.  Amanda also teaches the business seminars which equip owners, managers and work teams with tools necessary to create an extraordinary work environment where people feel valued, productive and fulfilled. 


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