What Thriving Community Well-Being looks like is a woman who feels safe and secure where she lives. She cares deeply about her community and feels like she is “home” when she interacts with her tribe of choice. In a crisis, this woman has a network of friends she can call for help. She enjoys giving back to her community and contributing to its progress.
Change of behavior happens in community; we can not change in isolation
Heart patients who got a trainer versus those that did not were able to change lifestyle behavior
Community creates confidence for change
We move into ACTION in community because of peer accountability
If you lose weight, 24% weight maintenance alone versus 50% if you are in a group
Dr. Tracey Adams has been teaching emotional intelligence within corporations and academia for over thirteen years. The evolution of her own personal work has sharpened her purpose of guiding other powerful women on the journey of self-discovery, personal power, and well being.
Partnering with the Well-Being experts at Gallup – this curriculum is transformational both in content and design. Her doctorate research (also in partnership with Gallup) explored the correlations of emotional intelligence and leader effectiveness. Tracey can be found in Portland, Oregon where she is raising two amazing teenagers, and facilitates emotional intelligence retreats for women and corporate teams.
KNOWwhat you think
OWNwhat you feel
CLAIMwhat you want
CHOOSEwhat you do