Monthly Member Meeting | Talk Yourself Into Success

Presentation Brief Summary and Take-Aways:

In this presentation participants will learn how your mindset and resilience impacts how you work with clients and colleagues. Participants will learn a thinking style – a simple formula – rather than situational responses. This formula will help you work more productively and build professional relationships.

In addition, participants will:
· Understand when a stressed client is in fight, flight or freeze mode and help them to shift
· Transition from unproductive to productive
· Gain more clarity and focus to be effective, yet be able to express compassion and empathy without hand-holding

Susan Commander Samakow, PCC, CPCC Bio:

Susan Commander Samakow is an award-winning ICF Professional Certified Coach, Author, Mediator and Divorce Mediator, although she prefers wearing the coaching “hat.” The three pillars of her coaching practice are mindset, resilience, and transition (life, business, and career), all of which are backed by the latest neuroscience studies. Stressed clients learn how to shift out of the fight or flight mode and into a mindset where they can make clear and focused decisions, as well as increase their resilience and have a positive, productive self-talk.

Susan is passionate about working with clients going through separation, divorce, and post-divorce, helping them figure out the “what’s next.” She guides clients with her expertise, of more than 30 years.

Susan is an excellent listener, compassionate, and empathetic. She gets results for her clients. They establish a strong work-life integration, gain confidence, and set their goals and a plan. In addition, Susan gets clients “unstuck,” out of overwhelm, and into action.

Susan has been seen on WCBS, WNBC, WABC, radio, and she currently writes a column for a digital forum. She works with individual clients, couples, and families. Susan is in a second marriage of 26 years, has two children, two grandchildren, and an adorable toy mini doodle.

To reach Susan email: [email protected]

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