Ellen Burton

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Ellen’s initial career as a Certified Athletic Trainer allowed her to contribute to Division One intercollegiate athletic medicine teams (The University of Michigan, The University of Cincinnati and Eastern Michigan University). After 14 award-winning years as an Executive Sales Consultant and corporate trainer for international corporations Sanofi, Novartis and LifeWatch, Inc., Ellen courageously committed full time to her leadership coaching and training company in 2004. Ellen Burton has been called an inspirational leader and a catalyst for change. In addition to personal and professional Coaching, Ellen is a nationally acclaimed business lecturer and motivational speaker. Internationally, Ellen lectures on business topics which include, but are not limited to Workplace Civility, Leadership Excellence, Effective Teamwork Strategies, Development and Retention of Female Leaders, Coaching Strategies for Managing the Generations. Author of the Amazon Best Seller: The Civility Project: How to build a culture of reverence to improve wellness, productivity and profit, Ellen is an avid golfer, community volunteer and is active in her church. Because of working with her Coach, Ellen is powerfully contributing to the world while happily and gratefully living a life beyond her wildest dreams!

For more on Ellen, visit www.coachellenb.com.

Roles at Retreat: Panelist, Breakout Session Speaker, Coach, Participant

Breakout Session Topic: The Power of Asking for Help
Who doesn’t want it easier? How about an easier life, more manageable work, smoother friendships? How about less stress regarding romance and finance? It’s all possible and yes, there is a price, but it’s not what you might think. This session shows you how to have a good, full, happy life with ease by exploring blocks to asking for help, the professional and personal development advantages of asking for assistance, and how to develop the skill of making a complete request.

Session Times: Friday Nov 8 11am-12pm and Saturday 1pm-2pm