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How to Shift to a Transformative Mindset
George Bernard Shaw said, "Life isn't about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself." How do you go about the work to become the person that you want to be? Mindset is a big part of the work. Recognizing your current mindset is a very important first step. Mindset is not fixed, yet we know that throughout our days, weeks and years we move around on the spectrum from a failure mindset to transformative. This session will look at why mindset matters, how you can become more aware of your mindset and how you can work to identify and foster a transformative mindset in yourself and others. To allow for growth within the session, there will be time for self-reflection, small group breakouts and a large group question and answer session.
Meghan Cartmell, associate director, Siegfried Group
Meghan serves as a leadership advisor for financial executives. Her role currently has her leading Siegfried’s business development and recruiting efforts in the Philadelphia and Detroit markets, as well as the national sales operations team. Meghan holds her bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Dayton. Her career started in public service and has taken her abroad to work for one year in South Korea and three years in Australia. Meghan believes that leadership starts from within. She demonstrates a passionate commitment to helping people be more thoughtful and reflective about what is most important to them. A devoted member of her community, she serves as a board member for Junior Achievement Delaware and Best Buddies Southeastern Pennsylvania. Meghan lives in West Chester, Pa., with her husband, two young daughters, and rescue dog, Coogee.
Date: Thursday, July 9
Time: 4 - 5:30 p.m.
Place: Virtual platform. Link will be sent to those who register.
Cost: $15 members, $25 nonmembers
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