Lead your team to success: know your strengths, understand the challenges, and embrace solutions.


OCALA, FL – Working with professional teams is not always the celebratory dance in the end zone or high fives on the courts. Building and leading a successful team does not happen by chance. Team relationship theory and techniques can be learned, starting with this presentation. Attendees will leave with techniques and ideas they can immediately put to use with their own teams.

Join the Ocala Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association for this outstanding professional development opportunity.

Friday, February 16, 2018
Ocala FPRA Chapter Professional Development meeting and luncheon
Ewers Century Center Teleconference Room at CF
3001 SW College Road   •   Ocala, FL 34474
11:45 Networking – Luncheon, Noon – 1:00 pm

REGISTER:   http://www.fpraocala.org/event-registration/

 

TOPIC:         “Leading your team to success: know your strengths, understand the challenges, and embrace solutions.”

SPEAKER:    Carolyn Maue, Executive Coach, Consult, President of the Maue Center and exclusive Leadership Development resource for the Florida Public Relations Association

ABOUT THE SPEAKER: 

A successful communicator, entrepreneur, and leader, Carolyn Maue is an expert in dealing with “people” issues in the workplace, consistently yielding positive change and growth with the executives with whom she consults. Carolyn supports executive and emerging leaders in identifying their strengths and opportunities for development, clarifying goals for growth, and implementing effective, practical solutions for the leadership challenges they face in today’s fast-paced environment.

Carolyn’s real-world corporate leadership experience as a leader and entrepreneur informs her approaches that help clients quickly identify strategies and solutions. Carolyn’s coaching focuses upon clarifying leadership structures, integrating skill-building, and resolving challenging interpersonal dynamics to bring the leaders to a point of positive flow as they move their organizations forward. Carolyn’s mission is to “Change the World One Leader at a Time,” knowing that strong leadership inspires those around them to be the best they can be, resulting in positive change that ripples out from the organization to positively impact those in the organization, their families and their communities.

Carolyn and her company, The Maue Center, have been delivering leadership services since 2004. Clients in the Pittsburgh region and Florida include the University of Central Florida, LifeSpace Communities, CareerSource of Central Florida, Wyndham Vacation Ownership, Carnegie Mellon University, Point Park University, and the University of Pittsburgh hospitals and business units. Carolyn is in partnership with FPRA, serving as the official leadership resource for Leadership FPRA, and became a member in 2016.

Results of Carolyn’s leadership coaching and consulting with individuals and teams include increased capacity to implement strategic change, effectively communicate and collaborate with peers and senior executives, and to engage their team members, effectively utilizing communication and conflict resolution skills. These improvements in leadership impact key organizational goals, including reduced turnover, increased customer satisfaction, and reduced risk.

Carolyn’s presentations have included Coaching for Success, The Business Case for Diversity, and Managing Through Organizational Change. Carolyn has served on boards including the Employee Assistance Certification Commission, Pittsburgh Symphony Association, and the YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh. Carolyn’s interests in international travel, music, fitness and photography inform the creative approaches she brings to her clients.

Please RSVP to Christy Jergens at christy.jergens@flhealth.gov;

payment can be made by visiting http://www.fpraocala.org/event-registration/

RSVPs must be made by 2 p.m. the Tuesday prior to the luncheon and cannot be guaranteed without payment. Cost is $20 for members reserving early and $25 for guests and for members who pay at the door, or pay online at the ticket URL listed.

The monthly meetings begin with networking from 11:45 a.m. – Noon with lunch and presentations from Noon – 1 p.m.

Professional attire preferred

 

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