See how Deborah's skills helped Community Health Network Area 17 CHNA 17 on a Time Management Coaching project.

Stacy C.

Community Health Network Area 17 CHNA 17

CHNA 17's mission is to promote healthier people and communities by fostering community engagement, elevating innovative and best practices, advancing racial equity, and supporting reciprocal learning opportunities to address the needs of the most marginalized members of our communities.

What did Stacy need?

A lot falls on my shoulders as the only paid staff, but we have a very active steering committee and members committed to our mission (mental health and racial equity). I believe being more effective in time management will allow us to maximize our efforts and better achieve our goals.

Stacy and I had a really wonderful conversation and she had some great new insight.
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Deborah B.


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Jan 15, 2020


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Deborah B.


I am an ICF Certified Coach a Newfield Network Certified Coach and a graduate of Michael Neill's Supercoach Academy (Certified Transformative) I hold an MBA from the Katz Graduate School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh and a BBA in Marketing from the University of Wisconsin Madison My...
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What did Deborah have to offer?

Who wouldn't? I also liked your pie reference! :) I am a full time coach with 30+ years of management experience. I happen to be great at time management however, I don't actually teach time management tools. Rather, I teach people how the mind works on a basic level. Seeing the role that thought plays in decision making often gives access to more insight, wisdom, and common sense, allowing you to "get out of your own way" and manage your time more efficiently. This means that there is nothing to practice and nothing to learn. You change because you are seeing the world in a different way.

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