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DC (V) The Art of Boundary Setting

When:
Wednesday, December 7, 2022, 12:00 PM until 1:30 PM
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Wendy F
Category:
Open to All
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Registration for this program will close on Sunday, December 4 at 9 pm Eastern.
No Fee
$5.00

Setting clear boundaries for yourself as well as with co-workers, family, and friends can strengthen your well-being and your relationships. Boundaries contribute to managing your energy, focus your attention, and build your resilience. Pandemic pressures have added complexity and stress to the challenge of setting boundaries, so the need to recognize and communicate your boundary preferences has never been greater. In this session you will learn:

 

• Why healthy boundaries are so important

• What gets in the way of setting healthy boundaries 

• How to set a healthy boundary

• Simple ways to stop saying yes, and how to say no with grace

 

And you’ll have fun along the way! 

 

Our Presenters:

 

Barbara Beizer is a leadership coach, with a background in organizational development and  change management. She now focuses her work on leadership and personal development. She has been an active member of TTN-DC and served as a TTN board member and president, and is a co-founder of Resilience Lab.

 

Nancy Reller’s background is in strategic communications with a focus on health. As a leadership coach she works with emerging leaders to develop their leadership. She has been an active member in the TTN-DC Chapter, and is a co-founder of Resilience Lab.

 

Wendy Luke is a leadership coach with a background in strategic human resources management. Her current work focuses on healthy and healing cultures. Wendy is a co-founder of Resilience Lab.