NEW Carolinas gets energy makeover at fall networking event
Monday, October 22, 2012
than 300 Network of Executive Women members discovered ways to manage their
personal energy at the NEW Carolinas fall networking event, held Oct. 4, 2012
at CenterStage@NoDa in Charlotte, N.C.
Performance coach Amy
Bingham of Human Performance Institute provided a science-based approach to
staying physically energized, emotionally connected and mentally focused.
During the event, NEW members were challenged to define their ultimate
life’s mission and put together an action plan to help them align actions and goals.
described the "sweet spot” of human energy as "full engagement,” the acquired
ability to "intentionally invest your full and best energy right here and now.”
Full engagement doesn’t come easy and requires a person to be intentional in
their actions, she noted.
the organizations sending delegations to the event were Acosta, Bi-Lo,
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated, Delhaize America, Family Dollar, Harris
Teeter, The Hershey Company, Kellogg Company, Kimberly-Clark Corporation,
Mondelēz International, PepsiCo, Procter & Gamble and University of North
learned ways to stay physically energized and emotionally
connected at the NEW
Carolinas fall event in Charlotte, N.C.
used resistance bands in an exercise that focused on personal
energy at the NEW Carolinas event.
Carolinas committee members came together at the region’s fall event.