Setting the Pace Speaker Series
2016 Setting the Pace Lecture featuring
Kathy Cleveland Bull '83, '85
"How do we use the power of choice to navigate change in turbulent times?"
True success in life is not a static result but a dynamic, balanced approach to living with constant change and the ebb and flow of all the different aspects of life. Not judging external conditions as good or bad, fortunate or not, but just part of life to meet head on. This modern and healthy approach to living isn’t destabilized by change – but includes change as a reality. Change is viewed as a catalyst, an opportunity for growth. And in our world today, no one can argue the existence of change.
In this dynamic lecture we explore the Power of Choice and Inquiry necessary for creating a successful and contented life in an ever changing world.
Thursday, September 29, 2016
5 - 6 p.m.
101 Olscamp Hall
This event is free and open to the pubic. For more information regarding this event, please contact email@example.com or call 419-372-1003.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Kathy Cleveland Bull is a highly regarded professional speaker, trainer, author and consultant. Her company, N-Compass Consulting, helps clients on four continents “Navigate the Art and Science of Change.” Bull conducts personal and professional development keynotes and seminars for Fortune 500 companies, educational institutions, government agencies and not-for-profit organizations. She consults on human performance, and organizational culture change and strategic planning.
Bull is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of BGSU with a degree in psychology and has two master's degrees from the College of Education and Human Development.
The “Setting the Pace Lecture Series” brings distinguished speakers to campus throughout the academic year to initiate positive and interactive dialogues and to discuss ideas trending in education and human development.
The series was named “Setting the Pace” in 2011. Funding for this series is provided by the dean’s office and is one of the college’s “educational partnerships” programs for area educators and school administrators, as well as students studying education and human development.
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