Toronto: 08.27.20 *VIRTUAL ENG 19* Changing Habits and Building New Ones


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Starts:08/27/2020 5:30 PM

Ends:08/27/2020 7:00 PM

Event Type: ENGs

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Members Only | FREE

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Toronto: 08.27.20 *VIRTUAL ENG 19* Changing Habits and Building New Ones

Habits: A settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up.

But you can! You can teach an old dog new tricks! You just need to know the science of how habits form and how to break them.

In this session learn how to identify the trigger, the habit loop, and the appropriate rewards of habits to finally break free from their firm grip on our lives.

Join Christina Greenberg for VirtualENG #19, on Thursday, August 27th @ 5:30 pm for an engaging, informative session.

The latest, can't miss virtual meeting. Don't delay, register today for the place "to be" on a Thursday night!


Speaker Bio

Christina Greenberg, President, and Founder, Scala Network

Christina is a passionate trainer and coach, committed to developing well rounded, authentic leaders. Her approach helps them to build on their strengths, gain confidence, and strive for balance and wellness in work and life.  Her genuine desire to see people achieve their best and reach their full potential as leaders have put many people onto a positive path of self-discovery and growth.  

During her corporate career in association management, Christina became an advocate for women leaders, recognizing the unique challenges they face as they advance in their careers. In 2012, she set out to solve this problem by launching Scala Network, an organization offering innovative leadership training programs for women that combine practical skills development with inspirational mentors and networking opportunities. The tremendous response to the Take the Lead programs has led to customized in-house training courses for companies.  As well, Scala Network continues to create new opportunities to encourage dialogue and learning within its community.

She is a faculty member at the Canadian Management Center and is a certified trainer in Emotional Intelligence and Positive Psychology.