Western Carolinas Monthly: Managing our Personal Energy to Show Up as our Best Selves for our Coaching Clients”

When: 6/2/2023 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Where: Virtual Meeting - Meeting link is provided after registering.


Managing and expanding one's physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual energy through intentional recovery and "training stress" (discomfort) are foundational elements to showing up fully engaged with our coaching clients. We'll explore the power of purpose in our lives as coaches as well as practical ways to manage, grow, and recover our energy throughout the day. We will leverage the great work of energy management and resilience pioneers Dr. Jim Loehr, Dr. Jack Groppel, and Tony Schwartz (founders of J&J's Human Performance Institute and The Energy Project).

Come ready to discuss:

  • How can you better manage your energy to show up as your "Best Self" both professionally and personally?
  • What gets in your way of taking recovery breaks throughout the day?
  • How do you leverage your life purpose when coaching, training, and/or facilitating with your clients?
  • What are the ways you prepare yourself physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually prior to coaching engagements with clients?

Learning Objectives:

  • Discover the power of your life purpose in your coaching work.  
  • Identify practical ways to manage and expand your personal energy by leveraging the power of recovery.
  • Share your best practices in preparing for your coaching sessions through the lens of your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual energy. 

CCEUs will be available for this program: 1 Core Competencies and 0.5 Resource Development Credits

Meet Your Presenter: Bill Spreitzer

Bill Spreitzer joined Excellerate Solutions (a leadership coaching and development practice) as Senior Partner in 2007 after a successful career in Corporate America where he spent 26+ years with Fortune 500 and small-medium sized technology companies. Through various leadership positions in global supply chain, marketing and sales, international business development, global account management, and human resources, Bill has demonstrated his competency at developing an organization's strengths to generate intended results and customer value through transforming individuals, leaders and teams into the best versions of themselves - to go from surviving to thriving!

As an executive coach, corporate trainer, and keynote speaker, Bill is passionate about and compelled to remove the toxicity, the negative energy that continues to grow in too many of our organizations today.

Since 2010, Bill has worked extensively in the field of energy management and resilience for GlaxoSmithKline, Johnson and Johnson, Allstate Insurance, Mars Inc., and Splunk. This work includes keynote talks, workshop facilitation, follow-up coaching and is designed to increase employee engagement both at work and at home Bill holds a B.A. degree in business from Michigan State University and is a certified business coach.

Bill lives in Belmont, NC with his wife Michelle and has two adult children, Krista and Bryan as well as two stepchildren. Hobbies and interests include: reading, writing, golfing, hiking, fitness, watching movies, music, and all sports.