Empowerment in the Midst of Change

What is it that makes it so difficult for us to navigate changes that we did not initiate? When faced with unexpected changes, we can find ourselves feeling out of control, anxious, frustrated, or resentful. These feelings come from our belief that we are losing the power to choose what is best for us.  What if there was another way to see unexpected changes in our lives that allow us to take our power back without making anyone wrong in the process?  Learn how we can shift our beliefs in ways that allow us to generate everything we need to succeed and be fully empowerment in the middle of ongoing change.

Participants of this webinar will:

  • Identify and change the inner story we tell ourselves when we feel we have no choice
  • Set and honor our limits with others in ways that are respectful to us and them
  • Get what we want and need and no longer give from ‘obligation’ to others

Original air date: January 15, 2019

​Wendy Watson-Hallowell

Belief Coach

BeliefWorks

Wendy is passionate about enabling individuals, organizations and communities to value themselves and each other in the ongoing process of change. She has guided hundreds of individuals and over 750+ public and private sector organizations to achieve tangible increases in impact and performance. Wendy’s skills have been honed in leadership and mentoring roles at MTV Networks, The Rensselaerville Institute, and the nonprofit she runs in her town. In 2015 she became The Belief Coach and offers Belief Coaching as a way to address the root cause of what limits the results we can achieve both personally and professionally. This is an 'upstream' solution to change. Instead of changing limiting behavior, she focuses on changing the limiting beliefs that drive that behavior. In all cases, her clients and partners speak to the specific increases in achievement that her consulting, coaching and partnership roles make possible.

Grants Management Professional Competency Model

Cross-Cutting Competencies

  • Process and Change Management: Plan and monitor processes efficiently and effectively and manage change as needed to contribute to grantmaker's strategic goals and grantee's success.
  • Staff and Volunteer Development: Build the capacity of staff and volunteers to be successful in their grantmaking role.

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