On Thursday, December 19th at 2 p.m., the Neumann University Center for Leadership is pleased to welcome four knowledgeable executives for an intimate discussion on mental and physical health, and the importance of emotional intelligence.
Dan DiLucchio, Principal at Altman Weil and Certified Master Coach, provides leadership coaching to executives and aspiring, high potential leaders. He will be speak on the importance of staying mentally, physically and spiritually healthy through the stress of becoming a leader.
Stephen Gallagher, Executive Coach, LeadershipCoach, works as an executive coach. Mr. Gallagher often coaches lawyers to help them increase their value to the organization and to develop the transferable skills needed to enhance their market value. He will be speaking about the impact of change on an individual's mental, physical and spiritual health. Steve will also discuss the importance of Emotional Intelligence which can enhance your value and keep you level headed during times of stress.
Dr. Paulette Matuszewski, DC, is a National Board Certified Chiropractic Physician licensed in Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from New York Chiropractic College in 2004 and achieved postdoctoral electrodiagnostic certification in 2008. Her background will offer insight into the importance and need to live an emotionally and physically healthy life, and create a world outside of work that relieves stress and keeps you sharp.
Cecilia McCormick, Chief of Staff, Office of Academic Affairs, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, where she serves as the principal representative on matters relating to the critical functions and goals of the Office. As a busy leader, Ms. McCormick will discuss first-hand the importance of the leadership journey, the need to recreate oneself and what she personally does to find a balanced and satisfying life.
Accountants and attorneys can also earn CPE/CLE credits for attending the programs, offered in collaboration with the Delaware County Bar Association.