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March Dinner Meeting - Finding the Sweet Spot in Your Work, and Living a Meaningful Life…The Benefits of Becoming as a Human and Coach with Janet Steinwedel, PhD

  • 21 Mar 2019
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • The Inn at Villanova, 601 County Line Rd, Wayne, PA 19087

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March Dinner Meeting

Finding the Sweet Spot in Your Work, and Living a Meaningful Life…The Benefits of Becoming as a Human and Coach

by Janet Steinwedel, PhD

(ICF approved for 1.5 Core Competency CCEUs and 1.0 Resource Development CCEUs)

March 21, 2019

6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

The Inn at Villanova


The more we can come to our work with authenticity—getting past the mechanics of coaching—the more fun we’ll have and the more useful we’ll be to those we coach.

What does it mean to be authentic? How will you find your sweet spot in your work as an Executive Coach? How can you live your most true and meaningful life? In this workshop you will:

  • Increase or modify your understanding of Self and Consciousness
  • Assess the state of your unique journey, clarifying where you find the greatest authenticity in your work/life
  • Construct or modify your professional model for coaching
  • More fully understand the meaning of Coaching Presence
  • Discover the value of journaling and poetry for enhancing self-authorship and refining your niche
…all in an effort to enable greater integrity, spontaneity and agility in your coaching work.

About our Speaker


Janet Steinwedel, Ph.D., President of Leader's Insight (2005), is the author of The Golden Key to Executive Coaching (2015) and Authenticity as an Executive Coach: Waking up the Wounded Healer Archetype (2017). The third book in the Steinwedel Red Book series covers Group Coaching, and is due out early Fall 2019). 

Janet provides coaching to executives, teams and small groups. She is a 30-year member of the Philadelphia Society for People and Strategy where she’s currently the Chair of the Executive Coaching SIG. She is an adjunct professor in the MSHRD program at Villanova University and a regular lecturer for Neumann University.

Janet worked internally with Fortune 500 companies leading change management, OD and leadership development functions. She implemented the coaching initiative for a leading global pharmaceutical company while also a member of the Conference Board’s Executive Coaching Council, collaborating to develop ethics and standards of practice.







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