20 Nov November 20, 2019 - 2:00pm to 3:30pmonlineThis webinar will present four different types of client scenarios and reveal how clients were able to start using the body to support their leadership growth. The body plays an important part in coaching clients who are working on addressing leadership challenges such as leadership presence, empowerment, self- management as well as for clients recovering from health challenges or injuries. Scenario I: Power Scenario II: Focus Scenario III: Control Scenario IV: Rehabilitation I’ll share stories of my clients and will look forward to hearing about yours as well. The body in my own personal evolution since 2014 has become a big part of my learning journey, and I’ve incorporated that in my Executive Coaching over recent years. I’ve learned about how to build resilience, set goals and priorities, and develop more self-discipline, self-confidence, and power. My work with clients incorporates lessons I've learned after running 7 marathons in the last 3 years, completing countless ocean swims, and doing a few triathlons. Presenter: Lyne Desormeaux Go to Registration Page Dr. Lyne Desormeaux is a coach, consultant as well as a Master Professional coach (MCC) from ICF. Lyne has successfully consulted and coached with Fortune 100 and 500 leaders in industries such as advertising, healthcare, technology, insurance, manufacturing, financial services and government. Lyne is known for her courage, focus, and ability to help leaders understand both underlying issues and key strengths in order to create significant behavioral change. She has designed leadership programs, facilitated change management initiatives and has coached at all levels of organizations. She is a member of the International Coach Federation, the American Psychological Association, the Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology and the Consulting Psychology as well as the Sports Psychology and Performance Division. She is Past President of the Society of Consulting Psychology and was one of the founders of the Society’s two funds. Lyne is an avid runner, swimmer and cycler. She works with her two sports training coaches to keep challenging herself running marathons, doing ocean swims as well triathlons.