In their research for their book, Good Enough, Amy Vodarek and Anne
Day, discovered that not feeling good enough was wide spread among women.
With all that we have to juggle in life, women were feeling
overwhelmed, exhausted and a sense of failure. Often they felt judged, but they were their biggest critic.
The good news is that it doesn't have to be this way. There are
ways to deal with your inner critic, the sense of overwhelm and that
need to please everyone. Saying no is OK. Amy and Anne Day will be sharing what
she learned in the research for this book, and the strategies developed
to counter this feeling of not being good enough.
Vodarek ACC is a single mom of four and has dug deep to discover who
she is and what she cares about. A constant theme in all areas of
her career and life is a deep passion for guiding women to see their
potential and to take action to have the influence and impact they
the Chief Visionary and Coach at Amy Vodarek and Associates, Executive
and Leadership Development Company. She’s a creative educator, writer
and speaker about all things leadership. Her holistic coaching approach
embraces self-care, reducing over-commitment and enhancing wellbeing.
partners with individuals, leaders and teams to talk about what no
one’s talking about and build trust by having the missing
conversations. Amy guides leaders to shift perspective, effectively
communicate and create a culture where heightened engagement and new
action is possible.
is the founder of Company of Women and President of Full Circle
Publishing. Since coming to Canada in 1975, her career has revolved
around the needs of women and children. She's had an eclectic
career from heading up several non-profit organizations, to being
editor of a national magazine to working in government on women's
issues. She founded Company of Women in 2003 as a way to bring
women together to create a vibrant community where women can enable
each other to find success on their own terms. She is the author
of five books - focusing on women and entrepreneurship. Anne has
received numerous awards for her work with women, and is a regular
blogger for Huffington Post.