What does it really take to make change?
First American Exchange Company
This talk will be co-presented with Jasmine Kernaleguen
Get Unstuck from the Muck: leading self, leading others
It’s easy to get stuck in the muck of transformation and change. As a leader you must get unstuck because your role is to help people see where the organization is going and enable them to bring their best - and help them get unstuck sometimes too. Our organizations are collections of human beings and in order to transform an organization we must transform ourselves by working through the journey of getting stuck/unstuck repeatedly.
This talk is an experience, a story of partnership between client and consultant where you will be able to see your own path through the eyes of another leader. With Jasmine, a performance coach, using unique techniques and experiments to take a whole human approach, Julie was able to transform herself and create tectonic shifts in her teams and organization. She learned to “see” to get unstuck, enable her own leadership performance, and shift the organization and continues the journey today.
Julie Baird is the President of First American Exchange Company, a national qualified intermediary owned by First American Title Insurance Company.
Julie has been involved in all phases of the1031 exchange business, including business development; management and oversight of reverse and build to suit exchange transactions; and the facilitation of underwriting decisions.
Julie is a past President of the Federation of Exchange Accommodators and is pastDirector for CREW Denver. She is a frequent speaker and author on 1031 exchange and industry related topics.
Julie is a former Chair of the Executive Committee of the Real Property Law Section of the State Bar of California and she is the prior Managing Editor of the California Real Property Journal. In 2009, Julie was named as one of the “Top 20 Under 40” real estate professionals by the Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Network. Prior to joining First American, Julie was a real estate attorney in San Francisco.