Association for Conflict Resolution - Chicago Chapter
TOPIC: How to Master Emotionally Charged and Highly Demanding Clients without Sacrificing Your Own Well-Being!
SPEAKER: Cheryl Dillon, CPC, ELI-MP
Think about your life at work and at home. In virtually every moment of your life, you are in relationships with clients, co-workers, significant others, friends, family as well as yourself. Relationships either bring us much joy or a great deal of pain and tension. And with so many of us interacting with emotionally charged clients on a regular basis, it’s often the latter. For this reason, it’s no wonder many of us can feel exhausted, frustrated and drained. If left unaddressed, over time, these “energy drains” result in stress and burnout which often negatively impacts many aspects of our lives. And the worst part? Most of us aren’t even aware this is happening until it’s too late! Now think about this: how would your life be different if you could master these interactions with ease and grace without any destructive costs to your health and well-being?
In this fun and informative presentation, you’ll learn about the principles of Energy Leadership™ and how you can master interactions with the emotionally charged people in your life while safeguarding your own sanity!
Certified Professional Coach and Equitable Mediation Services Co-Founder, Cheryl Dillon, CPC, ELI-MP, earned a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from The University of Connecticut and graduated from The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC), a coach certification program accredited by the International Coach Federation. Cheryl works with men and women impacted by divorce.
Through her personalized private coaching, Cheryl helps her clients find clarity, compassion and self-confidence throughout the divorce process. Shifting them from apathy to empowerment and from anger to forgiveness while supporting and inspiring them every step of the way.
Divorced herself and now happily remarried, Cheryl has first-hand experience with many of the same issues her clients are currently struggling with. She used the coaching process to significantly improve her own life and knows it works from both her own personal experience as well as the positive feedback she regularly receives from those who know her best.
Cheryl’s passion is helping those who are ready and willing to take action and use their divorce as a catalyst for personal growth, development and opportunities for creating a purposeful and fulfilling new life.
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