Self-care During the Pandemic Webinar
August 14, 2020 1:00 pm ET
If you’ve been surviving at home & trying to get work done these past few months, then consider joining Michelle Blackford for a conversation with executive coach, Laurie Zuckerman, with some tips on how to manage pressures of work/home/childcare during COVID-19.
Speaker: Laurie Zuckerman, President, Zuckerman Consulting Group, Inc.
Laurie Zuckerman, president of Zuckerman Consulting Group, Inc., is an executive coach who works with leaders and their teams to unlock the potential of their organization so that everyone is on the same page, working toward the same goals, and motivated about work. Laurie’s life passion is to develop strong, competent leaders who act both strategically and with humanity. She considers her work to be most successful when those leaders teach what they’ve learned to the people who work for them.
With training in business, organizational behavior, human development, energy healing, and spirituality, Laurie brings a unique perspective and set of skills to her work with clients.
Laurie has consulted with close to 100 organizations, including NASA, Cleveland Regional Transit Authority, Pro Football Hall of Fame, Children’s Hospital, Summa Health System, the Akron Zoo, and numerous closely held corporations, professional service firms, and non-profit agencies.
Laurie has a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, an MBA in Marketing, fifteen years of training in human behavior (Gestalt Institute of Cleveland and the Gestalt International Study Center), and nine years of training in energy healing (Pathways for Healing). She is the author of On Your Own: A Woman’s Guide to Building a Business. In addition, Laurie spent five years on the faculty of the International Gestalt Coaching Program.
Laurie has volunteered with many organizations in the Akron area. She is very proud to be one of the founders of the Women’s Endowment Fund of the Akron Community Foundation, as well as the creator of its biennial forum on the needs of women and girls in Summit County. Laurie has received many awards for her volunteer work including the Judith A. Read Award of the Women’s Endowment Fund, Leadership Akron’s Community Leadership Award, ATHENA Leadership Award, Jewish Community Board of Akron’s Isroff Leadership Award, and Women’s Network’s Founders Award and Women of Achievement Award.
Cost to Attend:
AFP Members: $0/person (use code FreeMembers20)
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