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Winter Wellness Program: A Workshop for Stronger Relationships & Greater Happiness

by Office of Student Life

Wellness

Wed, 13 Feb 2019

12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

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Lee’s 3 Habits: A Workshop for Stronger Relationships and Greater Happiness

Student Life is excited to offer a wellness workshop featuring Dr. Paul L. Corona, Clinical Associate Professor of Leadership on Wednesday February 13th from noon-1:30pm. Ask, Listen and Give. These three simple habits strengthen our relationships with others, and stronger relationships (not more fame, fortune or achievement) are the real keys to greater happiness. Learn to identify your happiness levels, move forward and stay on track in this fast-paced, highly interactive workshop.

We look forward to seeing you. Should you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Very Best,
The Student Life Team
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Paul Corona

Associate Professor, Clinical, Architectures of Collaboration Initiative

Kellogg School of Management

Dr. Paul L. Corona is a clinical professor of leadership in the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, where his teaching and coaching ratings average 95/100. Paul is also the founder of the Lee’s 3 Habits system, which helps motivated people build stronger relationships and achieve greater happiness, and the author of The Wisdom of Walk-Ons: 7 Winning Strategies for College, Business and Life. Paul is a certified leadership coach and a Marshall Goldsmith “100 Coaches”honoree, selected from more than 16,000 candidates to advance the practice of coaching with Dr. Goldsmith, who is recognized as the world’s top leadership coach. During the past 33 years, Paul has transformed himself from a business person into a performance improvement specialist. He previously held a variety of leadership roles in Fortune 500 corporations, a Big 4 accounting and consulting firm, and major research universities. Most importantly, Paul is a husband, parent and friend.

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