COVID-19 is forcing us to explore and create new realities. Yet accountants aren’t as practiced at creative expression. This is because the work of an accountant often lives in the space of consensus reality. Measurable facts, reasonableness, and expertise all feel safer and more valuable than exploring the unknown. However, if we are to thrive in our new world, we must explore the unknown.
The unknown is the space of pure potential; it is where all possibilities exist. When we allow ourselves to not know, we can become curious. And in this magical space, we can discover greater value to deliver, new possibilities for overcoming the complex challenges we face and have a moment to slow down and (re)connect to purpose.
In this thought-provoking session, you will:
Amber Setter is a different kind of coach, a blend of grace and warrior spirit that compels her to bring up the undiscussable and uncover the undiscoverable.
Her clients are the best at what they do, yet they still hunger for education. They choose Amber because of her intellect, authenticity, and drive to educate them in ways they've never experienced.
Amber works with a select number of clients and organizations through her private practice. Beyond coaching, Amber delivers leadership training and keynote conversations for organizations that aspire to develop the whole person.
Amber holds a Masters of Arts in Leadership Studies from the University of San Diego and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Accounting from San Jose State University. She is a graduate of Accomplishment Coaching - an ICF accredited Coaches Training Program- and completed its Advanced Leadership Program. She completed the entire ORSCTM series. The ORSC approach shifts the focus of coaching from the individual to the relationship within a group, team, or system. This model creates more sustainable and resilient teams and families.
The CalCPA recognized Amber as a Woman to Watch in the Experienced Leader category. She is a national expert on building coaching cultures within the accounting profession. Her professional experience includes serving as an internal and external coach, facilitating and coaching within leadership development experiences, and creating a nationally recognized learning and development function.