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Too often, we make either/or choices, when we can have it all. Should we centralize or decentralize? Should my leadership be bold or humble? Do we value stability or change? Life is replete with paradox; two seemingly opposite forces that are actually interdependent pairs that need each other to exist.

At November’s ICF-Chicago monthly meeting, join Cathy Carroll to learn about Polarity ThinkingTM and get practice using Polarity Maps® to make decisions and build action plans designed to capture the upsides of these interdependent pairs.

Core Competency CCEUs; 1.5

Booth 445 (University of Chicago), 455 N. Cityfront Plaza, Chicago, IL 60611

****Register early as this event is limited to 40 attendees.****



Peter James, ICF Chicago President-Elect, Debbie Leoni, ICF Chicago President and Angie Holleran, ICF Credentialing Coordinator from our October 15th Chapter Meeting. Thanks for an informative meeting Angie!

ICF Chicago Chapter Meeting Oct 15