Meeting Schedule

Thursday, July 17, 2014, First Presbyterian Church of New Canaan, 178 Oenoke Ridge Road, New Canaan, CT, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m., New Canaan CaTS: "FOSTERING A RESILIENT MINDSET - THE RESILIENCE EDGE”


The Resilience Edge


The constant change in priorities and increased levels of distractions has completely changed the playing field in which the business world operates.


A combination of lack of clarity and uncertainty is resulting in rising levels of stress and burnout. A critical competency that businesses must embrace and develop successfully is “The Resilience Edge“


Being resilient is the transformative ability to maneuver the turbulent business environment and deliver extraordinary results. This requires new behaviors, competencies, attitudes, tools and skills that are intrinsically driven and extrinsically adaptable for reaching optimal performance. The program is focused on mastering the process of non-stop change by being open, optimistic, and skilled at rising above challenging circumstances.


Background:  Neerja Arora Bhatia, CPC Neerja is a dynamic facilitator and a management consultant with expertise in leadership development, change management, executive coaching, cultural transformation and strategic planning. Known for providing simplified and experiential approach to problem dissolving, she thrives on shifting individual perception for extraordinary results.


Neerja has worked with leaders around the world. With more than 20 years of experience, her partial client list includes Nobel Biocare, Schering Plough, Philips, Altria, UBS, Covidien, Boehringer Ingelheim and Eileen Fischer.


Neerja’s formal studies include Management Development and a Masters in Applied Eco-Psychology. She is a published author and her certifications include:

Certified Professional Behaviors Analyst (CPBA)

Certified Professional Values Analyst (CPVA)

Certified Professional Tri-Metrix & DNA Analyst (CP Tri-Metrix HD)

Certified Professional Coach (CPC)

Culture Transformation Certified Consultant (CTT)

Myer Briggs Certified Consultant (MBTI)

Energy Leadership Index – Master Practitioner (ELI-MP)

Thursday,  August 7, 2014, St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 111 Oenoke Ridge Road, New Canaan, CT, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m., New Canaan CaTS: "The 5 Pillars To Career Transition Success"


Dr Leonaura Rhodes is a Health and Happiness Coach, Author, Physician, Neuroscience Expert, speaker and seminar leader. She uses powerful coaching techniques and medical knowledge to help individuals and families transform their lives with research based programs designed to improve health, happiness and success.


Bringing two decades of experience as a physician in the UK working with adults and children, in Public Health Medicine and expertise in Neuroscience, Dr Leonaura now specializes in the neuroscience of positive health and family health and wellbeing. Her passion is for helping people reduce stress and create fabulous, balanced lives. 


Leonaura is also an Expert Health Blogger for Hearst Media. 


In this CaTS Workshop you will put the 5 Pillars To Career Transition Success into action.  You will learn how to:


1. evaluate your current situation and get clear on your goals

2. increase and sustain your passion and energy for the career transition process

3. create a strategic plan of action that will increase your chances of success

4. remain positive and persistent during the process

5. become a career transition peak performer




bullet  CaTS workshops are held on Thursdays twice a month throughout the year.".

bullet  Workshop location alternates between St. Mark’s Episcopal (first meeting of the month) and First Presbyterian (second meeting of the month).

bullet  Workshops begin promptly at 7 PM and adjourn at 9 PM.  Please be considerate of our CaTS volunteers’ time.

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bullet  There is no charge for these programs.

bullet  Dress is informal.


Driving Directions

Click here - meetings are usually held at St. Mark's Episcopal church on the first Thursday of the month and at the First Presbyterian Church of New Canaan on the third Thursday of the month except as noted.



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