March 21 Event: Understanding Yourself to Serve Your Clients

March 7, 2019


We’ve all had clients that prompt negative responses or we’d prefer not to work with. And, we’ve probably realized (after the fact) how our frame of reference or perspective may have limited our impact. In this engaging and interactive program you will be asked to identify your expertise and who you are. We will explore biases, mental models, and identify ways to develop and leverage relationships with clients and associates. Come prepared to share your experiences and learn ways to engage with others.


Event: Understanding Yourself to Serve Your Clients


Date: March 21,  5:30 – 7:30 p.m.



Ernst & Young office in Bank of America Corporate Center

100 N. Tryon Street. 40th floor


Facilitator: John Bennett, Ph.D.


Click here to register 




John Bennett, Ph.D. is a professor of business and behavioral science at the McColl School of Business at Queens University of Charlotte. He holds the Wayland H. Cato, Jr. chair of leadership and directs graduate programs at the business school. In addition, he is president of Lawton Associates, a consulting and executive coaching firm focused on helping clients prepare for, excel through and improve from change. He is the author of numerous articles and three books related to leadership, executive coaching and change. His most recent book is Coaching for Change (Routledge).

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