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Transformative Dynamics LLC joins chamber

Cape Gazette of Lewes, Delaware

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The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce and members of the Meet and Greet Committee held a ribbon cutting for Transformative Dynamics Sept. 25. The local business offers transformational programs that include professional training, skill building, motivational speaking and executive coaching for high-achieving, talented, professional individuals and small groups in the Sussex County area.

Transformative Dynamics also announces the launch of its core 12-month program Leadership Impact 2016. Area leaders interested in advancing their leadership competency, personal discovery and coaching skills are encouraged to register now. The program will begin Monday, Jan. 11, at Fish On in Lewes.

Through a dialogue that brings together professional experience, education, feedback and practical coaching prowess, leaders will discover how to effectively merge timeless leadership principles and emerging best practices allowing for ultimate impact, growth and change.

Transformative Dynamics' program has the guidance of two highly regarded and successful organizations in Delaware, The Carl M. Freeman Companies and SoDel Concepts.

"To achieve something that you have never achieved before, you must become someone that you have never been before. We partner with leaders who actively engage in becoming," said Eunice Carpitella.

Transformative Dynamics will celebrate its fifth year in business in January 2016.

The company serves executives of Fortune 1000 companies, middle market businesses, entrepreneurs, women in business and MBA students with University of Pennsylvania's The Wharton School.

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Original Publication Date: November 13, 2015

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