Catherine has a number of unique gifts that make her a pleasure to work with, talk with and simply be around. When working with her, you can be assured she will show-up, contribute and perform fully and completely as though the task at hand is the only obligation in her world. Most impressive is Catherine’s ability to listen, assess and give meaningful and thoughtful insight into complex problems and challenging situations. She is an outstanding facilitator, a valued team contributor and an excellent leader.
What’s Stopping You From Thriving?
So often, we have an idea, goal or dream that means so much to us yet we just aren’t making meaningful progress. When we stall, our instinct is to blame ourselves – if we would just try harder or want it more, things would be different. Maybe.
Or, maybe it’s because we are focusing on changing the wrong thing. We are surrounded by messages, like “5 ways to be more productive” or “3 things every millionaire does before breakfast”, trying to tell us we can be better if we just change our habits. Those are skillsets.
New skillsets are fantastic – but you won’t get far if you still haven’t changed your mindset.
Whether you make progress on your idea, goal or dream is dependent on your mindset. You can have all the skills in the world, but they won’t mean anything if your mind isn’t along for the ride.
The only way to get unstuck is to get your mind right.
Using the Immunity to Change™ framework, Catherine guides individuals through a process to uncover and address what is getting in the way of meaningful change.
I was really excited to bring in Catherine to facilitate a ‘Immunity to Change’ session for our professional organization’s annual conference. Her facilitation style and deep familiarity with the concepts made for an engaging and dynamic learning experience. I would recommend Catherine for any group looking for tools to navigate change in all its many forms.
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