Please join the us for the Columbia Chapter– Leadership Academy: Personal and Professional Life Balance Webinar on December 9, 2021, at 12:00 PM EDT
We are always striving to reach the "perfect balance" and maintain it. In the past, many people have defined balance as a fixed center point between two opposing forces. At times, we end up resisting people and activities in our lives because we see them as a threat to our balanced state of mind. Using this definition, we constantly fail and label ourselves "out of balance."
Balance becomes an unattainable ideal. Instead, the image of balance is being "in the flow" in our lives. That level of fluidity allows us to more easily interact with the world in a comfortable, nurturing way. Rather than fighting against circumstances, we first flow with them and then can more easily shift the energy if desired. This definition of balance is more realistic and more easily attainable. When we are fully in balance, we are in a state of high intention, awareness, and trust.
After this session, you will be able to:
- Recognize the “Superhuman Syndrome”.
- Assess your personal and professional balance.
- Clarify the goals and values that drive your career and personal life.
- Demonstrate setting limits, saying “no”, and asking for help.
- Develop strategies to replenish your mental energy and physical stamina.
CPE Credit: 1.0 NASBA CPE credits
Delivery Method: Group-Internet
Field of Study: Personal Development
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
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Registration is mandatory to participate. To ensure accurate CPE reporting, please provide your correct IMA member number as listed in your IMA membership profile. Your first and last name should also be as per your IMA profile. If any details are incorrect this could delay your CPE credits being reflected on your transcript and certificate being issued for this session.
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Leadership Academy Faculty
Marcine graduated with BS with Accounting Concentration from University of Tennessee Chattanooga. She has worked in the accounting field for over 20 years and is president of Accounting & Tax Advisory Services Inc.
Marcine enjoys working with various companies whether they are involved in consulting, manufacturing, construction, distribution and/or sales types of operations. Her business experience includes all the areas associated with Management Accounting responsibilities along with HR, IT, and taxes.
Many of you may know of her from the IMALA webinar presentations. In addition to being a volunteer in that area, her global volunteer positions have been: Global Board of Directors; Dean Emeritus of IMA-Leadership Academy and is currently co-chair of Research and Communication with the Small Business Committee of IMA. She has served both her Chapter and Council Boards in various positions and is currently VP of Education for Gulf South Council.
Regarding other non-profits, she has served as Past Chair and Treasurer of VAC-Volunteer Aging Council, Inc providing financial support to low-income seniors and veterans in Cherokee County Georgia.
She also serves on the board of Educational Foundation for Women in Accounting providing scholarships to women in accounting.
She also served on the Board for one of her favorite non-profits was Embracing Differences with a focus on utilizing student art for overcoming bias and prejudices in public and private grades 7-12 in Atlanta and the surrounding area.