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Treasures and Trash of Transition

Thursday, July 23, 2020, 12:00 PM until 1:30 PM
Webinar - Zoom

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 Treasures and Trash of Transition

SPEAKER: Jean Davidson, Ed.D., PCC, CPCC, CNTC


DATE: July 23, 2020

TIME: 12:00 – 1:30 pm CST LOCATION: Webinar REGISTER


CEU Earned: 1.5 CEU’s



Change and transition are not the same things - a transition is the psychological, intellectual, behavioral adjustments made based on change. COVID-19 is a transition that we are all going through personally and professionally.


Please join Dr. Jean Davidson for an engaging session on how to navigate this transition we are in right now. Jean will share the three keys for moving through a transition with less frustration, more appreciation and more ease. Participants will be able to download Jean’s e-book following the session to begin using some of the tools on their own transition. There will also be a Q&A session.


Attendees will learn:

· The difference between change and transition.

· What is predictable about transitions.

· 3 Keys to move through them more effectively.

· Each key will focus on our personal learning in disruptive times that are out of our control.


Jean is a coach and consultant who has spent the last 22 years working with change and transition on both an organizational and personal level. My resume is filled with transitions from music teacher to athletic trainer to change management consultant to professor to coach. I founded Davidson Consulting and Coaching in 2004, after spending 10 years in corporate training and consulting roles.

I hold an Ed. D. in Organization Development from the University of St. Thomas, where I am an Executive Fellow in the Organization Learning & Development Program. I am an accredited Insights Practitioner, as well as a CPCC, Certified Professional Co-Active Coach and CNTC, Certified NeuroTransformational Coach. In my spare time, I might be found teaching Jazzercise (35 years as an instructor), writing my Random Wisdom blog, golfing, or spending time with my family (husband, three children, eight grandchildren, and two Siberian Huskies) where I live in Woodbury, Minnesota