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Personal Agility in Navigating Difficult Work and Life Changes

  • Thursday, May 01, 2014
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Nova Southeastern University - 6675 Corporate Center Parkway, Jacksonville, FL 32216 - Room 208

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ASTD NEFL MAY Career Management 
Special Interest Group (CMSIG)  

Personal Agility in Navigating Difficult
Work and Life Changes 

Special Program Note:

We will be collecting canned food items at this meeting for Catholic Charities Food Bank. Catholic Charities provides assistance to anyone in need, regardless of race or religion. Items needed are as follows: Peanut Butter; jelly;canned soups; canned pork and beans or meat pasta; rice; canned tuna or chicken; canned meat spaghetti sauce; pasta. Please visit www.ccbjax.org for more information. Thank you for bringing an item to the meeting for donation. 

Program Overview:

Are you considering a change at work or in your life? Or perhaps, change has been chosen for you. Either way, transitions can turn our world upside down. We can feel lost, alone and out of control. But, what if the change was the path to a more fulfilling future?

Change is a natural and continuous part of life and work. Agility has become a core competency for organizations and our personal lives. This program will provide strategies to be more agile as you successfully navigate difficult change. This is your opportunity to find your personal compass that will guide you on the right path.

We'll explore:

  • Misconceptions of change that can keep you stuck.
  • Ways to be more agile in change and make transitions successful.
  • How to find your personal compass that keeps you on the right path.
  • Strategies for coping and rebuilding confidence.

This month's program supports the ASTD Foundational Competencies of "Change Management Skills."

Featured Presenter: Dale Beaman

Dale Beaman, MPH, PCC, an executive and life coach, consultant and speaker, serves as a catalyst that helps leaders and organizations create positive change and transformation. She specializes in partnering with clients dealing with difficult transitions or change to find their best path for growth and success. Her personal philosophy is “when we live our deepest values, have our purpose and find our direction, we experience more health, wealth, and happiness in our work and personal lives.”

Dale has 25+ years of health care, business and non-profit experience working with leaders and teams in strategic planning, creating new services and products, and advancing organizational change. She holds a Masters in Public Health and has earned the International Coach Federation’s Professional Certified Coach (PCC) designation.

Dale established Beaman Coaching & Company, LLC in 2003 (www.beamancoaching.com). She is an active leader of the International Coach Federation. Dale served as the 2008-2009 President of the Northeast Florida chapter. 

ASTD Competency Model:

The model emphasizes: (1) foundational competencies or those that are important to everyone in the field and (2) the specific areas of expertise (AOEs), which are the specialized knowledge and actions required by specific roles.

This month's program supports the ASTD Foundational Competencies of "Change Management Skills." (Click on image of the model to enlarge).

Program Details:

Day & Date of the Event:

Thursday, May 1, 2014


6:00 PM - Networking - Welcome/Announcements

6:15 - 7:30 PM - Program


Please note our NEW location for CMSIG programs.

NOVA Southeastern University
6675 Corporate Center Parkway
Jacksonville, FL 32216
Room 208 (look for signs at the elevator)

Fees & Requirements:

No cost, but you must be a member of ASTD NEFL chapter to attend.

Register: Click here to register.

For additional information:

Contact Lynn Higgison at (904)-535-0029 (Cell) or email LHiggison@aol.com.

Online registration for this meeting closes at midnight on April 28, 2014.

Walk-ins: A $5.00 surcharge for unregistered walk-ins will apply.

Can't Show? Please let us know! We understand that plans change. To cancel your reservation, email admin@astdnefl.org or call (904)-356-9008. Program cancellations must be received prior to 5:00 PM three business days before the event (unless otherwise noted) to receive a full refund. Cancellation deadlines may be extended for special events.

ADA Notice: The Northeast Florida ASTD chapter strives to make all of our programs accessible to people with disabilities or special needs as defined under the ADA.

If you require special assistance or accommodation to fully participate in this event, please contact us at admin@astdnefl.org at least two weeks prior to the planned program so that we may discuss your specific needs.

Media Notice: Chapter representatives may take photos or video at this event for use in print and/or digital communications. By attending, you agree that ASTD NEFL may use your name and image and/or comments made at this event in all forms and media for education, promotion and any other lawful purposes.

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We thank Nova Southeastern University for the use of their training room and their continued support of our CMSIG program.


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PO Box 551202

Jacksonville, FL 32255-1202


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