How to Be Extraordinary

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Jan 15, 2012 Comments Off on How to Be Extraordinary

Online webinar
Thursday, January 26, 2012, 12:30 – 1:30pm

A famous commercial from the 90s began with the words “When I grow up, I want to file all day…” It reminded us that kids do not dream small dreams, they dream of being princesses, rock stars, astronauts. Most of us never become rocks stars or astronauts, but there is a part in all of us that still continues to dream big dreams, of making a difference, of living an amazing and exciting life of service and adventure. Sadly, most of us have let go of the hope of achieving even a fraction of that. Hear from Executive Coach, David Kaiser (B’90), as he shares his tips to help you get back in touch with that passion and fire, and how to make it happen in the so-called “real world.”

David Kaiser (B’90), PhD, delivers increased productivity, higher employee engagement and reduced conflict and turnover, for bottom-line results. His clients become masters of time management, persuasive communicators, and compelling, visionary leaders. Their new capabilities and confidence have a powerful, positive effect upon their organizations. He has been coaching and facilitating transformational growth since 2004. He is the founder of Dark Matter Consulting, certified by the International Coach Federation, a Board Member of the Chicago Coaching Federation, a volunteer with the Career Transition Center of Chicago, and active in the ManKind Project. Dave has coached over 210 clients to overcome obstacles and achieve extraordinary results. Although Dave holds a PhD from the University of Chicago, he is first and foremost a Hoya, having earned his BS in Finance and International Management at Georgetown University.

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