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Women Leaders; What does it mean to you to “Have it All”? Is it about being an inspiring leader in your company, all the while having a healthy marriage, thriving children, quality friendships, being a doting daughter to aging parents, a volunteer extraordinaire, travel aficionado, politically savvy, knowledgeable and interesting individual, all wrapped up in to one beautiful shell of a person?

11/15/2018
When: Thursday, November 15, 2018
2:00 PM
Where: Webinar
United States
Contact: AFLA Office
414-386-0366


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Women Leaders; What does it mean to you to “Have it All”?  Is it about being an inspiring leader in your company, all the while having a healthy marriage, thriving children, quality friendships, being a doting daughter to aging parents, a volunteer extraordinaire, travel aficionado, politically savvy, knowledgeable and interesting individual, all wrapped up in to one beautiful shell of a person?  How does my version of ‘having it all’ even compare to my neighbor’s version, and will my best stand up to hers?

This idea is either a wildly optimistic philosophy for you, or more like a farfetched exhausted character which resonates like nails on a chalkboard to you.  Either way, I feel exhausted thinking about it what “having it all” even means! 

Join us on November 15th at 2pm to hear Dr. Alison Betz share with us during a webinar how the answer to “having it all” is a realistic, and comforting ‘no’.  There is a behavioral account of the phrase “having it all”, and we as females need to learn to be okay with the notion that having it all is actually not ideal, let alone possible, and it is indeed, more than ok.  Personally, I tend to believe that there is a good time for everything, but not every good thing should, or needs to, happen at once.  We have a life time to develop into the person we are supposed to be for each stage in our lives, and that is a process – not an event in and of itself. 

In her years of experience as a behavior analyst, Dr. Betz has worked as a researcher and consultant in a variety of settings including nonprofit organizations, medical and health care facilities, sales, and education. Regardless of the setting, Dr. Betz’s goal is to improve individual performance and safety through the science of behavior. She currently has over a dozen publications including peer reviewed journal articles and book chapters.  She serves on the editorial board for five top rated journals in her field including The Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, and Behavioral Interventions. Dr. Betz is currently serving as the Clinical Director at Behavior Services of the Rockies, allowing her to combine her passion for organizational behavior and the treatment for children with autism.

 

Dr. Alison Betz earned her masters degree in Behavior Analysis with an emphasis in Organizational Behavior Management and Developmental Disabilities. She went on to earn her Ph.D. in Behavior Analysis from Utah State University and completed her post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. 

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