CCC Professional Development Seminar: "Building or Enhancing a Thriving Business from the Inside Out"
Date: Friday, April 5, 2019
Time: 9:00am - 12:30pm
Location: Northeastern University
Maybe you have thought “I should build my own coaching or consulting business” but aren’t sure where to begin or how to improve what you already have. Building a thriving business is primarily an inside job – especially in the beginning. Being clear on what you want, what you bring and who will find your goods or services of unique value are foundational components of business success.
In this program, Paula Goudsmit, President and Founder of High Impact Coaching and Consulting, LLC, will guide participants through a series of exercises to feel clear and confident on steps and strategies to build and own a successful business. Paula will share some of her own advice yet more importantly, tap into each participants’ wisdom on how they envision their business in the market, and the quality of life they want it to afford.
Some of the components of the program will include
Building your authentic business brand
Understanding your strengths and ambitions as they relate to your business plan/goals
The practical and tactical sides to business success
Building a framework to ignite the momentum to launch your business.
If you’ve dreamed of owning your own business or looking for ways to develop an existing business , this program will solidify your conviction, inspiration and confidence to make it happen!
Pre-work assessments will be provided to participants to take prior to the program.
Facilitator: Paula Goudsmit, CEO, High Impact Coaching and Consulting, LLC. Paula’s High Impact methods have set her apart as a top executive coach to over 500 clients and over 100 global leadership teams. She delivers customized coaching engagements with a genuine, straight-talk and honest approach – a sought-after differentiatior for c-suite executives and leadership teams at Fortune 500 companies. Authenticity and integrity are the cornerstones of every coaching engagement.