22 January 2015
Hosted by Patricia Hirsch, MCC, MBA

Coaching & Mastermind program - Sara Arbel


“Why a “Politically Correct” Approach Might Create a Misleading Process”


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Sara Arbel, MCC

Sara Arbel I believe that the world today is facing few truths that need to be addressed: 1. Diversity and 2.The price we pay for being politically correct.

Sara Arbel MCC, from Tel–Aviv, Israel, has 30 yrs exp. with leadership driven individuals and organizations, is founder of the coaching profession and founding Israel ICF President, plus faculty leader at CoachU. Coaching as a career is rewarding, exceptional and an exciting model for personal change and transformation. She brings enthusiasm and experience to the industry. With a heart bursting with pride she coaches clients, with the strong will to grow and evolve, fulfill their mission. She says the measure of success is our passion to leave a mark. Who We Are and Who We are Becoming is a process of achieving that goal and where all is possible for building a well-balanced life, strong lasting career and business foundation. The world today moves quickly and we are measured by our ability to be the leaders of change. Sara coaches in Microsoft, Intel, Medical (Kamada, Novo Nordisk) & Tele-comm (Orange) industries, law firms, Tel-Aviv University, Weizmann Institute of Science, et al.

Knowledge is no longer our asset, personality IS.


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Sara Arbel