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Southern Oregon University

Seminar: Rediscover Your Strength - Lead with Confidence

“The problem most people have in struggling for success is that they believe they're lacking something that, if they possessed it, would make them successful. When the truth is, they already possess everything they need to be successful, they just need to learn how to use it to their advantage.” Lloyd Campbell

Do you find yourself thinking that you have been given your professional responsibility by accident and that soon your colleagues will discover their mistake? Do you sometimes feel like an “imposter” in your job? Many women experience this at some point in their career. Find out what holds you back and learn techniques for reinventing the story you tell yourself. Experiment with discovery exercises to change the story you tell yourself.


Sandy Abell, MS, LPC, ACC, is a business and life coach, and owner of Inside Jobs Coaching Company.  She is certified by the International Coach Federation, and is an author, educator, speaker and Licensed Professional Counselor. She’s written several books including, Self-Esteem: An Inside Job and Moving Up To Management: Leadership and Management Skills for New Supervisors.  Sandy specializes in working with women executives, business owners, professionals, entrepreneurs and people in transition.  She can be reached through her website at

Shannon Young is a former University of Oregon Duck and graduate of Southern Oregon University, where she earned a degree in Human Communication. She began her career working in television, and quickly became main news Anchor, Reporter and Producer for TV stations in Oregon and Virginia. She continued in this capacity for more than 20 years. Shannon is now utilizing her media technology skills as talent for television and radio commercials, co-host on a radio music program, and Marketing Coordinator/Social Media Manager for Butler Automotive Group.