Your Extraordinary Energy (Virtual)

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Lecture/Workshop

Age Group:

Adult
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Program Description

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Does your energy shift from day to day?  How about moment to moment?  With all that is going on in the world, it makes complete sense that you might be experiencing pendulum shifts in your energy.  It turns out there are 7 levels of energy and understanding what they are and when you employ them may help you move away from the ones that make you feel stressed and anxious and toward the ones that build you up and makes you feel more joy.

This presentation on Your Extraordinary Energy will help you unlock the power you hold within by raising your awareness around the seven levels of energy.  You will leave the presentation with practical, in-the-moment advice on how to apply your knowledge immediately.  Based on concepts explained in Bruce D. Schneider’s book, Energy Leadership, and the experiences of an iPEC Certified Professional Coach, this short program may just change the way you view your world.

About Molly:

An enthusiastic coach and learning and development professional, Molly McAllister has dedicated her professional career to helping others succeed.  From the hospitality industry to the Connecticut state government, Molly has been designing and facilitating training programs that turn on lightbulbs for her participants for over 20 years.  In her coaching business, Within Coaching LLC, Molly works one-on-one to help individuals see paradigm shifts that fundamentally change the way they view their circumstances and, ultimately, how they show up in the world.  

A member of the national chapter of the Association for Talent Development since 2000 and a Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) since 2009, Molly recently completed studies with the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) and became a Certified Professional Coach and Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner in 2020.  A native New Yorker, Molly lives in West Hartford, CT, with her husband, two girls, and their anxious Beagle-mix rescue dog.