A common phrase heard in PR circles is “perception is reality.” Have you ever stopped to consider how you are perceived in your organization? By your clients? By your co-workers? By yourself? How does this perception affect your reality within your organization? Do you have that mysterious thing called “executive presence”? Do you have a “seat at the table” or are you brought in after decisions are made?
The Blue Ridge Chapter of PRSA is proud to welcome Kathy Baske Young to our December luncheon. Kathy will lead a personal and experiential workshop to help you change your perceptions to ultimately change your reality in your own organization and in your career. Kathy will start by looking at the story you tell yourself. She’ll look at the power of personal labels; the vibe you’re sending out; and how to go about creating a new story to attract more of what you want. Come with an open and inquiring mind, and be ready to share!
Kathy Baske Young has been an Executive Coach for the past 15 years. She works with leaders and their teams in all size organizations to help them better understand the challenges they are facing; to help them see possibilities; and to create sustainable change while honoring their uniqueness.
Register today for the Blue Ridge PRSA December luncheon, sponsored by Access Advertising and Public Relations, and start to change your reality.
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