Co-Founders of Seasons Leadership Debbie Collard and Susan Ireland talk about the impactful workshop: Reflection Circles Living with Change with Seasons Leadership. A Reflection Circle is a four-session virtual journey paced over four weeks, consisting of group coaching and guided reflection to gain clarity and purpose as individuals experience change in today’s fast paced and complex environment.
- Learn what is offered in the program (0:48)
- Listen to how this workshop helped both Debbie and Susan personally (3:28)
- Gain new insights as you experience change (5:50)
Sign up for our Fall Reflection Circle Everyone experiences change. As you navigate changes in your life, we invite you to join us to build your self-awareness, energy and perspective; and to work on how you want to respond to these changes you are experiencing. Through personal exploration and discussion with peers, Reflection Circles will support you to gain greater clarity through deeper connections and self-awareness.
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