Creating Heart-Led Goals

24 January 2017

We got 2017 off to a great start with this session, where Marie helped us create goals that tap into our emotional well-being.

Creating our goals (both work and home-related) to lead a holistic and well-balanced life are usually head-led (using logic), rather than heart-led (using emotion). This event supported us to explore ways of tapping into our emotions and use these to create powerful, compelling goals.

From the event:

Marie Smith

My whole career has been focused on supporting people to be the best they can be benefiting not only themselves, but also the organisations they work for, or with, and their families and friends

During my thirty years in learning and development, leadership and coaching I have worked in and with private, public, higher education and not-for-profit sectors.  I feel very grateful and lucky to work with some amazing and inspirational people and organisations. I established my own leadership development and executive coaching business, SUCCESSMITH, in 2012. I continue to enjoy working with a variety of organisations and individuals to support and co-create transformational change.

My passion is supporting people to understand what success means to them and go for what they really want out of life. I specialise in coaching and facilitating the development of leaders in organisations, departments, and teams. I also work on a one-to-one basis with private individuals.

I particularly enjoy supporting all genders, and particularly women, to define and achieve their ‘life purpose’ by overcoming tangible or imagined obstacles.

I feel very privileged that through SUCCESSMITH and through my work with the Aspiring Women Groups, I am able to support others by ‘being the spark that lights the flame for transformational change’, and this is what makes me smile and gives me a reason to get out of bed in the mornings!

Date:                           Tuesday 24 January, 6.30-8.30pm

Venue:                         JP Morgan

Event Cost:                  £16 (includes drinks and light refreshments)