Helping Leaders Transform Their Teams �" An Interactive Discussion

- Teams have transformed my life and I am passionate about helping leaders transform their teams
- Leaders who are emotionally intelligent have the ability to impact their teams in a more progressive and consistent way, and impact the bottom line more consistently as well.
- Awareness, motivation, social interaction and the skill to impart these variables have been known to impact your bottom line, retention and overall employee engagement/enjoyment.

Featured Speaker(s)

Kelly Cagle played soccer at Duke University from 1992-1995, captaining the team and earning ACC Player of the Year in 1995. A three-time All-American, she was named one of Duke's top 10 athletes of the 1990s. She went on to play professionally with the Atlanta Beat from 2001-2003.

Kelly's illustrious coaching career included stints as an assistant at Wake Forest and the University of Texas. From 2003 to 2010, she was the Head Women's Soccer Coach at Virginia Tech, turning a struggling program into a perennial NCAA Tournament qualifier and a nationally ranked team. Among numerous coaching accolades over the past ten years, in 2008, Kelly was named NSCAA Mid-Atlantic Coach of the Year.

Currently Kelly presides in Phoenix, Arizona where she has worked with several youth soccer organizations assisting with leadership development, culture enhancement, and common vision implementation. Kelly currently is a youth director with one of the Phoenix Rush Soccer Club. This past year, Kelly assisted the Arizona State University's Women’s Soccer program as a leadership and life skills coach, and will continue to work with the team this fall as well. Recently, Kelly has signed on with PCS, People Centered Strategy, an executive consulting firm, where she will fulfill her role as a Coach and Lead Facilitator. She is the founder of the The 180 Group where she will continue to offer leadership and training opportunities for both the private and public sector. A native of Tucson, Arizona, Kelly moved back to the area when she retired from coaching in 2010 to be at home with her family.