Join us at the Chapel Hill Country Club on Tuesday, May 23rd to connect with fellow women of The Chamber and enjoy a keynote provided by Cara Nance of Tutum Leadership Coaching.
During her talk, Cara will guide participants through a strengths-based team "temperature check" and create an opportunity for each person in attendance to assess, from their perspective, how their team currently performs in regards to the five signs of strong, high-performing teams as identified by Gallup. The activity is intended to foster a moment of reflection in a solutions-oriented community space.
We are so fortunate to have such an incredible group of strong & professional women in our community -- join us for this special luncheon so that we can continue to forge strong connections.
The Women of State Farm
Pam Herndon Ola Stinnett
The Women of Merrill
Leigh Kempf Susan Batchelor
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Thank you to our Chamber Major Investors
Cara N. Nance, M. Ed.
CEO & Founder, Tutum Leadership Coaching
Empathy | Communication | Achiever | Relator | Arranger | Woo | Restorative | Connectedness | Activator | Belief
The daughter of a Retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, Retired Marine Corps Director of Force Preservation, and middle child between two brothers, daily lessons growing up were from teachers called ‘Mom’ and ‘Dad’ who also shared lessons from John Wooden to General Colin Powell. As a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach and with over 25 years of coaching and leadership experience, Cara is a passionate advocate for leadership focused on shared goals and coalition building using the CliftonStrengths® assessment as the driving force and tool for both personal and professional development.
Earning a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology and a Master’s in Education with a concentration in Social Justice Education, Cara served almost 20 years in the public education sector. Cara believes in using the CliftonStrengths® assessment when used with intention towards creating a culture of strengths, rather than a one-time experience. Everyone has talents they bring to their communities and organizations, no matter their title or lack thereof. We all have something to contribute and the CliftonStrengths® assessment helps us identify what these innate contributions and talents are. Further, support from a coach helps maximize these talents so they one day become strengths.