Creating and Maintaining Impeccable Agreements Within Your Teams

Innovation Roundtable

May 17, 2022: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

The number one contributor to stress and tension at work is unclear and unkept agreements.



Online Webinar
Elmhurst, Illinois

Event Details

In this 60 min interactive session, Clay Stelzer, founder and president of 15sixty, leads the group to practice the following:
-Stop the energy drags we all create by making decisions out of obligation
-Learn to trust your "whole body yes"
-End tardiness, missed deadlines and dropped balls, which commonly leads to frustration, resentment and disconnection
-Negotiate, create, and clean up broken agreements

The session is fun and engaging, and by the end of our time together you'll walk away with a simple tool you can use immediately to bring more ease and flow into your relationships.


No Charge


Register Online

Deadline: 5/17/2022

Speaker Profiles

Clay Stelzer (Speaker)
Founder and President, 15Sixty

Having worked with many of the most innovative companies in the world such as Samsung, PepsiCo, IBM, Intuit and eBay, Clay understands innovation is a function of people, not ideas.
Since shifting focus from "product innovation" to "people innovation", Clay has become an accomplished leadership coach, trainer and speaker focused on helping leaders, teams, and organizations step into their power.
Working for the technology giant Salesforce, Clay spent four years building and managing the company's first coaching practice. He helped over 150 teams and leaders across the globe wake up to their potential and do their best work.
Clay holds a BA in Psychology from The University of Illinois and an MBA from Indiana University's Kelley School of Business.
His coaching credentials include: Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation (ICF), Organization and Relationship Coaching Certification (ORSC) through the Center for Right Relationship (CRR Global), and 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership Certification through The Conscious Leadership Group.


Ketan N Vaghani, '09