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Capitalizing on Your Strengths: There''s So Much There

“Capitalizing on Your Strengths: There’s So Much There”
Ever dream of taking an inventory of your strengths and realizing you have at least 20-30 of them? This workshop will empower you to create and embrace that list.  You’ll discover these hidden strengths, see how they are being ignored and how they can be unleashed.  You will also be challenged to acknowledge your shortcomings.  We will look at how your strengths and weaknesses will complement and be complemented by others.  In this workshop you’ll learn what it takes to connect with those who compliment you.   The Result:  You will be more effective and more fulfilled doing what you do best.
Speaker James Knopf, M.A.
Certified Executive Life Coach Knopf Partners, LLC (Coaching and Consulting) James Knopf is a Certified Executive Life Coach with a graduate degree in Organizational Development with certification in Leadership Coaching and Team Building from the George Washington University.  James is a former actor, director and Artistic Director of the New ...

Certified Executive Life Coach
Knopf Partners, LLC (Coaching and Consulting)

James Knopf is a Certified Executive Life Coach with a graduate degree in Organizational Development with certification in Leadership Coaching and Team Building from the George Washington University.  James is a former actor, director and Artistic Director of the New Voices Theater Ensemble in New York City.  James’ primary focus is working with individuals and businesses; identifying and capitalizing on their strengths while providing structure, feedback and support to reach their highest potential and goals.  Over the past 8 years, James has successfully motivated and coached hundreds of men and women in recreating their lives both personally and professionally.


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When?

Mon, Oct. 15, 2007
1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Central

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Where?

NY NATAS
1375 Broadway, Suite 2103
(Between 37th and 38th Streets)