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    Discover Core Values

    Date: November 2, 2021, 9:00am – 10:30am
    Jackie Huffman
    Zoom Meeting
    FREE for HCHRA Members / $15 Non-Members
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    We will discover how you make your own decision based on your core values. 

    The Community Leadership Academy utilizes the “Inside First” model. This model is a continuous process that is always cycling and looping back. It’s a flow from inside reflection to outside action with relationships as a constant backdrop. It’s developed through a thoughtful process that helps people discover a deeper sense of themselves, their values, their beliefs and their purpose.

    When looking at core values, you will identify the principles or standards of behavior; one’s judgment of what is important in life. Values fall into the logic side and the emotional side.

    Dr. Karah Maloley's Bio:

    Karah has been working with individuals and groups, creating space for honest reflection and
    personal revelation. Her gentle humor and straightforward challenges help leaders uncover what’s moving them forward and what’s holding them back.

    Karah’s career started as a family therapist before moving into leadership. She was a founder of
    EQmentor, an online community for mentoring with emotional intelligence, where she served as
    Chief Knowledge Officer, creating training materials and coordinating certification programs. She has been spending her time as a facilitator and coach since 2011.

    Coach Karah works as a facilitator engaging in mastermind groups, consulting, leading the Community Leadership Academy sessions and purpose retreats. Karah currently lives with her
    family in the mountains of Colorado.

    Prior to living in Colorado, she traveled extensively spending time in the Carolinas, Germany and Italy before settling in the Vail Valley. She and her husband, David, have a 10 year old son, Bennett. Dr. David was an Army dentist and he and Karah served for 5 years.