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New York City Chapter Event

All Attendees:$150

Crafting Your Next Act – An In-depth 4-week workshop

Monday, October 28, 2019 through Monday, November 18, 2019
5:30 - 7:30 PM
Location: At a member’s home on the Upper West Side - you will be given the address before the event (near 89th and Broadway)
This event is SOLD OUT!
Contact: Karen Merson

During this workshop on four Monday evenings – October 28th, November 4th, November 11th, and November 18th, you will learn how to get to where you want to be in your Next Act.  You will use these four sessions to discover your core values, special talents, strengths, and experiences; and how to use them to help you achieve the life you want for yourself.

The purpose of this in-depth series is to craft a comprehensive plan that provides specific structure. 

In that process, you will:

  • Rethink who you can be and what you can do
  • Focus on what really matters to you
  • Reimagine new possibilities
  •  Be part of a community of Next Act women
  • Create achievable goals that match your values and passions for the coming year- your best year yet!

You will feel:

  • Excited about your future
  • In control of your life – the author of your own life story 
  • Free to be your authentic and whole self 

You will create the draft of a one-year plan, which will become:• Your goals for the coming year

  • The foundation for your thinking and planning
  • Advice for your behavior and performance
  • Motivation and inspiration
Karen Merson, Facilitator:  A consistent theme of Karen’s career has been working closely with people interested in change.  She started her professional life as a dance therapist, working in psychiatric settings. She moved on to earn her MBA in organizational change and worked as a consultant for non profit and for profit organizations.  For 18 years, she was an adjunct professor at New York University and a full time professor at The New School University in Manhattan where she taught organizational and social change with an emphasis on transformational learning. 

 After Karen retired from teaching in 2013 she earned her certification in coaching and founded the “New Attitude” organization to use her skills in transformational learning to coach women in their next act to create meaningful and fulfilling lives.

Karen has a talent for helping people find their voice, allowing them to express who they are and what they want. She is a skilled and inspiring group facilitator. Her goal is to help people recognize their value in the world.

Credit card payments only, checks are not permitted. Refunds can only be made for cancellations received at least two weeks (14 calendar days) before the event.     

Requests for refunds must be received 14 DAYS before the event. Send refund request to Events Coordinating Committee Co-Chair: