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The art of creating meaningful connections – IŞILAY ÇABUK
February 25 @ 19:00 - 20:00 CET
…to help you create a fulfilling personal and professional life:
You are either the leader of your company, your community or your family, we all need deep connections. Creating meaningful connections rather than transactional ones not only makes you feel fulfilled but also advances you in whatever the intentions you set for yourself.
Join me to learn how to:
Simplify: In a complex world of networking learn 3 simple steps to connect effortlessly.
1-Learn how being SILENT helps you to get connected with people in a deeper level
2-Find ways to offer help, before you ask for help from others.
3-Learn ways and reasons to keep in touch with your connections.
FORMAT: This will be an interactive session with the attendees where everyone will get a chance to connect with each other.
FREE GIFTS FOR THE WEBINAR PARTICIPANTS – REGISTER BELOW:
1- 1 hour of coaching for the first 3 people who join the call
2- Group call to dive deeper and explore more a week/or 2 after the call
Işılay Çabuk, ACC, multi-talented and multi-skilled with a diverse education and working background, was always aware of her passion for inspiring change in people.
Starting out informally coaching team members, colleagues and friends, Işılay decided to invest in a full-time coaching career to be able to provide her clients with the support they need. In 2016, after finishing her studies of “The Art and Science of Coaching”, she founded Işılay Çabuk Leadership Coaching.
Işılay’s Executive Coaching business is preceded by 15 years of high level managerial positions at Standard & Poor’s Index and Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services dealing with international companies and over 100 Stock Markets. Her Wall Street experience puts her in a unique position to understand challenges and identify opportunities for the business leaders of today.
Prior to her finance career, Işılay worked as a Registered Nurse in the Intensive Coronary Unit in The American Hospital in Istanbul, Turkey where her quick response and critical thinking skills were invaluable.
In her free time she volunteers for art projects, children and education causes, travels, reads, bikes and loves creating art in her pottery studio.
Things people should know about Işılay:
- She dances every day.
- On her birthdays she will travel to a place she has never visited
Işılay’s life philosophy:
“The way to inspire others is to be courageous enough to pursue your own dreams”