EPC SKC July 25th Dinner Meeting

Date: Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Time: 4:30pm - 7:00pm
Location: 22318 84th Ave S, Kent, WA 98032
Speaker: Kristina Katayama

Join us for the next

EPC SKC Dinner Meeting



July 25th, 2018 at 4:30 P.M.


Speaker: Kristina Katayama

YB12’s claim to fame is, “Accomplish more in 90 days than you have in a year!”

What is it that’s so important to you that you want the support tools to ensure you're successful?

We all want something, and if it doesn't already exist, that means something needs to change. Change is hard! Why? Why is change so hard, even when it’s super important to you? Understanding this for yourself, helps you best support your clients' process as well.

Come with that aspiration in mind and find out what it is about YB12 that over 200,000 people around the world have used it to fulfill theirs.

Join us introducing YB12's  most popular program and learn about:

  • The failure cycle and how to break it,
  • The four reasons we procrastinate and how to overcome it,
  • How to use the interplay between your conscious and subconscious mind to create the real change you want in your life, both personally and professionally.

YB12’s claim to fame is, “Accomplish more in 90 days than you have in a year!”



Location- Ramada, Kent  | 22318 84th Ave S, Kent, WA 98032


Kristina Katayama has 20 years experience as a Leadership and Organizational Consultant, Facilitator and Coach, designing and delivering programs grounded in the practical application of the findings of neuroscience, emotional and social intelligence, and the power of presence, empathy and honesty. Kristina, is a catalyst for connected engagement, peak performance and courageous leadership.

Passionate about human development and human systems, her engagements have brought her across more than 30 countries from Norway to Honduras, Australia to Japan, Germany to China, and include completing her bilingual MBA in Spain. Her experience has given her a deep appreciation for equity and social justice, and conversational fluency in 4 languages. 

Today, her practice is focused on personal leadership development and transformative equity building cultures. Kristina’s consciousness raising work around systemic oppression brings out the vitality of humanity in our teams, organizations and communities.

Kristina has supported organizations across all stages of development, from small private businesses to Fortune 100s including GM Europe, Boeing, AT&T Wireless, IBM Japan and Microsoft. She has also worked with governmental agencies and non-profit organizations including PATH, Puget Sound Education Service District, the Port of Seattle, and the Washington State Transportation Insurance Pool.

Awards and Honors

 * President’s Award of Excellence for Leadership, International Business Group (2006),

 * Legacy Award for Consulting Partner of the Year, Executive Service Corps (2011).

On a personal note, Kristina delights in being a mother, building community, outdoor adventure, dancing, yoga, meditation and wholesome, intentional living. She also dedicates about 10% of her practice to non-profit and social justice organizations including Community Consulting Partners, 501 Commons, the Freedom Project and Restorative Justice.

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