The Cost of Complacency with Marsha Friedman
If I asked you if you had an emergency contact, your answer would likely be YES. BUT, if your emergency contact doesn’t have the legal authority to act on your behalf or the information required to help you get the care you need, your health and your life could be in danger.
This is one example of complacency and the costs can be high – up to and including your life. Recognizing where complacency has crept into your personal or professional life and finding ways to diminish its impact is a life skill.
During this fast-paced session, we will:
- Define complacency
- Discuss common areas of complacency
- Discover how to move beyond complacency into action
About Marsha Friedman
Marsha Friedman, MS, DTM, RCC, coaches business professionals who are outwardly successful but inwardly miserable helping them move from making a good living to living a good life.
Marsha’s unique personal and professional experiences provide her with a deep understanding of the challenges facing professionals today. One of her greatest gifts is helping her clients uncover the stories that hold them back and take action that unleashes personal growth.
Marsha is a lifelong learner with a BS in Accounting from Miami University and a Masters Liberal Studies in Organizational Leadership from Fort Hays State University. Marsha holds certifications as a Registered Corporate Coach, Master Trainer, Myers Briggs Type Indicator and DiSC facilitator, and Distinguished Toastmaster.
In addition to coaching, Marsha serves on the leadership team of Summit Networking Group – a job search group for senior leaders in Northeast Ohio and is a training facilitator for Corporate University (Kent State – Stark). She is the author of Surviving and Thriving Despite the Drama and Job Search Mastery and she is an active member of the International Coaches Federation, the Copley Chamber of Commerce, and Toastmasters International.
In her free time, Marsha enjoys cooking and sharing meals, crocheting for charity, and working out. She is passionate about live theater and films, dark chocolate, and good wine! Marsha and her husband, Bob, have 4 children and 10 grandchildren.