- November 12, 2020
6:00 pm - 8:15 pm
Organize Your Life and Thoughts…
Change has been one constant throughout history. This is especially true today given the uncertainty thrust upon everyone as a result of COVID-19. Time and time again human ingenuity and resiliency have prevailed. They will prevail again.During this session, Yuzu and Dolores will present perspectives and methodologies to assist in your change journey. You will hear about and have an opportunity to apply the Prosci process in a pseudo corporate scenario.
Additionally, you will learn about navigating your own change to achieve desired future outcomes, improve a process, or create what you need in your life. The goal of experiencing these change processes is to achieve transformation as leaders and individuals. When we effectively change one aspect of ourselves, the possibility of effecting change for others exists. Change presents an opportunity to raise awareness and see new possibilities to transform yourself and your life.We look forward to
- Discussing change vs. transformation
- Leveraging your knowledge and experiences
- Learning how change can benefit all while being fun and self-fulfilling
NOTE: Registration for this program closes at midnight Wednesday, November 11, 2020
About Our Presenters:Yuzu ByrneYuzu Sasaki Byrne is a board-certified professional organizer (CPO®) and certified productivity coach through the Institute of for Applied Coaching. She is the owner of NEATOPIA Professional Organizing Services. Yuzu integrates coaching into her client sessions and works collaboratively to create unique organizing and productivity solutions. She is also one of the two licensed and certified Sanity School® Trainers in Illinois and a certified facilitator for the Buried in Treasure Workshop.Before starting her own company, Yuzu worked for Morningstar, a Chicago-based financial information provider, for over 20 years. At Morningstar, she held various Human Resources roles, including Sr. HR Business Partner with Morningstar’s Investment Management division reporting directly to the Business Unit President. She was responsible for developing HR strategies to support the division’s business objectives, providing advice and coaching to senior management, facilitating employee integration through acquisitions and mergers, managing the division’s 360 feedback process, compensation budget, and co-developing a company-wide manager training program. She holds an MS in Human Resources and Industrial Relations from Loyola University Chicago and continues learning about coaching and executive function challenges that impact organizing and productivity issues.
Dolores Perez Priegnitz
As a bi-lingual (Spanish) transformation and training professional with global experience, Dolores Perez Priegnitz leads change and project efforts for organizations in the high tech, consumer products industry (CPI) and energy sectors. Her experience includes mergers and acquisitions and trailblazing a remote worker program for every level in an organization. This 4A’s program of Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime on Any Device launched in the Americas, APAC and EMEA before it became the “the way we work” today as a result of the 2020 pandemic. Having recently been certified as a Life Coach, she plans to soon launch this business. These work and life experiences increase her understanding across diverse cultures, geographies and the nuances in learning styles when working with global audiences. Her goal to achieve WIN-WIN-WIN solutions complements her mantra: Work Hard, Stay Humble, Live Happy. She holds a B.B.A. & M. S. in Human Resources & Industrial Relations from Loyola University Chicago and a Doctor of Education from the University of San Francisco.
For more information, please contact Maggie Shreve, ODN/C Administrator at email@example.com.