Tuesday, May 24, 2022 - 12:00pm to 3:00pm
University of Maryland Alumni Association
Virtual Webinar
Have you ever felt ‘stuck’? Maybe…
You’re caught in a career track you feel is going nowhere fast.
You want to be doing more of what you love but can’t see how.
You feel like something needs to change but have no idea where to begin.
Inside this power-packed session, we’ll explore strategies grounded in neuroscience principles that will empower you to create meaningful (and seriously impactful) change in your life NOW. By the time you reach the finish line, you’ll:
  • Discover the Major Mindset Shift that unlocks meaningful change
  • Explore a 3-step strategy designed to clear up the mental chaos of indecision and overwhelm, sharpen your focus and spark energy to propel you into action
  • Build a fit-for-you action plan to create change
If you want to create change and you are ready to quit the exhausting DIY approach, tired of sitting on the sidelines waiting for your ‘moment to arrive’, done with indecision, costing you time and missed opportunity, this session is for you.
Lenore Abare is a lifelong enthusiast for personal development and is on a mission to create engaging and meaningful virtual learning experiences. The kind of experiences that are fueled with intention. Moving with purpose creates ENERGY. Energy creates POWER. POWER puts the steering wheel back into your own hands.
Through heightened awareness of practical skill-building techniques, Lenore’s programs shift the landscape from theoretical to practical, empowering learners to take immediate and decisive action. Lenore’s audiences span the globe, from solopreneurs to international organizations. Her focus includes virtual facilitation, virtual learning design and development, public speaking, and executive presentation. Lenore has an established track record of design, development, and delivery across a broad spectrum of topics: Career Development, Leadership, Communication Skills, Presentation Skills, Public Speaking, Self-awareness, Coaching, and Entrepreneurial Business Development.

Use code BHYM2MUAH to register for free


Questions? Email meganjm@umd.edu.