Learn from the Founders of BenchStrength Coaching Christine Noffz, Dawn Rowley and Susan Gellatly about living your values, measuring success, resilience and the universal problem of finding a work, life balance. The leaders also talk about the success of their program – Women Rising – a women’s leadership program designed by women for women.
Join Seasons Leadership Co-Founder Susan Ireland and Communications and Marketing Leader Lauren Penning as they revisit the previous discussion with BenchStrength leaders and share information about the open enrollment for the Women Rising program starting this September.
(1:40) The BenchStrength coaches introduce themselves and talk about how they found more power collectively. Then the leaders talk about how the Women Rising Program (6:23) came to be. The leaders share why women in leadership is a key ingredient (8:45) and the ripple effect (9:40).
The leaders engage in a discussion of the Foundational Leadership Triade of vision, mission and values (10:00) and they share how living your values can bring you clarity (12:30). Next, they answer the question “what is success?” (16:35) and talk about the role of resilience (20:30). The leaders share where they see their business growing in the next three years (26:35) and then reveal their favorite leadership quotes (29:20). Susan and Lauren share the key takeaway from the earlier discussion with BenchStrength (35:37) and Susan testifies to the amazing impact of the Women Rising program (36:17).
Special Guests LN: Christine Noffz, Dawn Rowley, Susan Gellatly
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