San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
What are you cooking up for 2017?
Join Vicki McLeod. ACC, ORSCC on Saturday, January 28th at the St. Andrews Heritage Hall in Maple Ridge for a day-long workshop to create a vision and set meaningful goals for 2017.
We will craft a compelling heart-centered vision and identify key personal or business goals for the upcoming year. Our focus is on 'soulsetting' - crafting goals that resonate with the heart and soul of who you are and what you truly desire. We will work with the themes and guideword(s) we want as touchstones for the upcoming year.
Our day will include a SoulCollage® session, a mindful, creative, and fun tool for self-discovery that involves using basic collage technique to craft unique, personal cards to access your imagination and intuition. SoulCollage® cards express your individual wisdom and offer guidance and insight to support your goals and dreams. No artistic experience required.
General supplies will be provided for you to use in the session. Details of what else you need to bring will e-mailed to all registered participants prior to the event.
Registration is limited! Register early to avoid disappointment.
*Note: Registration may be transferred but is non-refundable after January 15, 2017.
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Vicki McLeod is a consultant, coach and trainer with more than two decades of experience working with individuals, businesses, civic government and community agencies designing and delivering strategic communications and marketing strategies. She is also a gifted process coach with three decades of experience in the human potential field. She offers corporate and personal coaching, consulting, training, workshops and retreats.
She is committed to building capacity for positive impact at home, at work or in the community.
Vicki was honoured as the 2014 Business Leader of the Year in Maple Ridge and was shortlisted by Small Business BC as one of the Top 5 Online Marketers in the province in 2013 and nominated by RBC Women of Influence as a Canadian Woman Entrepreneur of the Year for 2014 and 2015. She is the president of Main Street Communications Ltd, celebrating its 22-year anniversary and is a founding member of The Social Chicks.
In the past three years she trained and mentored more than 150 businesses province-wide and coached dozens of individuals. She has held management positions in the arts, environmental and economic development sectors and is the author of #Untrending: A Field Guide To Social Media That Matters.