Are you a leader, expert, educator, consultant, or other creative professional who delivers services based on your knowledge and know-how? Can you remember the last time you didn’t feel overwhelmed, exhausted or depleted? Can you recall a recent time when you were not multi-tasking? How often do you wish you could clone yourself or find another hour in the day?
You have a mere 168 hours to live each week. You always have more to do than time available. So you spend your precious energy doing, doing, and doing even more, trying to be a responsible parent, friend and community member, while also succeeding at work.
Despite all this doing you feel powerless to stop the crushing deluge of obligations and responsibilities. You often feel drained, frustrated, loathe to admit you can’t do it all, and resentful for feeling like you have to.
If this description resonates with you, you are not alone. Many talented women are underperforming as a result of their valiant attempts to outperform. Debra gives you the 3 Keys you must have to change all this. With her proven formula, you can prosper with joy and ease.
Throughout this talk, Debra teaches you to strengthen your communications (both intrapersonal and interpersonal) and celebrate your enoughness rather than chase accomplishments that feel less than profoundly meaningful. You learn to achieve the goals aligned with your unique definition of success and support others to achieve theirs.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Debra A. Woog coaches women professionals to accelerate their individual development and career growth with outstanding communications. For 25 years, she has successfully led clients to find new roles, create more fulfilling work life balance, and demonstrate productive, heart-based leadership. Via her coaching and speaking, Debra guides leaders, experts, educators, consultants and other creative professionals to align their leadership choices with their brilliance and unique definitions of success, so that they transform from feeling time-crunched and overwhelmed to joy-filled and at ease, in their lives and work.
Debra’s career path has included conducting research at Harvard Business School for an award-winning career development study, advising nine technology start-ups as Director of People Strategy for Cambridge Incubator, and directing admissions and career development for the MIT dual-degree program Leaders for Global Operations. The Boston Globe profiled Debra for her outstanding abilities to select talented candidates, motivate and develop employees, and resolve conflicts between people as well as between organizations. A sought-after expert, Debra’s work has also been featured in Forbes, Inc., and US News & World Report.