Today, more than ever, we find ourselves working more, experience greater amounts of burnout and job attrition rates are at record highs in many fields. In this engaging presentation, the audience will trouble how we find greater meaning and value in our work. Participants will develop their own mission plan and strategies that frame the way in which they incorporate their work into their personal value system.
The program is framed in literature based in leadership, authenticity and spirituality. The third tenet of the presentation (spirituality) is situated in the concept of vocation - vocation something that invokes calling and higher purpose.
The program outcome is for participants to leave with greater enthuse for their work, greater value for their contributions, and a renewed commitment to give their best to the work and the team they work alongside.
Backed by years of being an educator, and teaching graduate level courses in leadership theory, this program not only is informed by personal lived experienced, but science backed in sound research.
This 30-45 minute program is dynamic: uses power point - not to lecture, but to frame the conversation.
PhD in College Student Affairs Administration
Published research in reputable peer-reviewed journals
Author of the book, The Invitation to Love that has been featured in AskMen, Bustle (the largest digital media group focused on women) and the Huffington Post