How has the 2016 election affected you? Your relationships? Your sense of belonging?
In the aftermath of the election, emotions are at an intense high with political differences driving a wedge between communities and families. In this talk, our speaker, Madhu Krishnappa Maron, will draw upon the work of William Bridges to illustrate how understanding the human dynamics of change can empower and transform us. “It’s my hope that this talk will help those who attend feel more empowered and identify ways of responding to the election that honor their values and foster the creation of a world we want to live in.”
Our speaker: Madhu Krishnappa Maron works with people who are stuck in their careers, would love to do something different and have no idea where to start. She is credentialed as a Professional Certified Coach by the International Coach Federation and is a faculty member of Leadership That Works. Madhu facilitates the Coaching for Transformation certification program in New York and around the world. She also teaches the Creating Meaningful Work series at the New York Open Center.
As a coach, Madhu has partnered with clients at Consumer Reports, DeutscheBank-PB Capital, Kantar/TNS, Prudential Life Insurance and The Ms. Foundation.
Prior to becoming a coach, Madhu spent seventeen years as a Human Resources professional, working with The Associated Press, Standard & Poor’s, Henry Ford Health System, the New York City Economic Development Corporation and other organizations.
A passionate Motown music fan, Madhu was born in Detroit, Michigan, and now makes her home in the Bronx, New York with her husband, young son and calico cat.