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The brown bag power lunch is free and open to the public.
'Leadership Edge Advantage' seminar Oct. 24
Executive coach will outline strategies for personnel management
Leah Jackson
10/05/2018

NATCHITOCHES – Northwestern State University’ School of Business will sponsor a leadership advantage seminar hosted by Julie Couret from noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24 in the Natchitoches Room of Russell Hall, 125 Central Ave.

 “The Leadership Edge Advantage: The 5 Musts of Being Effective and Straight Up Awesome” is free and open to the public. The brown bag power lunch will address processes and approaching to personnel management situations from the mundane to the uncomfortable and complex. 

Couret is founder and Chief Executive Coach of her management consulting firm, 7602 Business Performance. She has been training leaders and developing team communication and problem-solving skills for more than 15 years. She helps leaders reach their most effective potential through focused and results driven one-on-one coaching and training. She utilizes a direct and solution-orientated approach with her clients as she swiftly and effectively identifies the opportunities, strengths and solutions for her clients’ personnel management situations. Couret is the trusted sounding board for senior leaders, leading and navigating sensitive and critical decisions.

Couret is a graduate of Leadership Jefferson, the youngest female president of the Greater New Orleans Executive Association and serves on the board of directors for both the Jefferson Chamber of Commerce and the Advisory Council of the New Orleans.

She will also be one of the featured speakers at the J. Walter Porter Forum that will take place from 9:40 a.m.-noon Thursday, Oct. 25, also hosted by NSU’s School of Business.

To register for leadership advantage brown bag seminar, visit. https://leadershipedgeadvantage.eventbrite.com