Proven curriculum tracks for career and leadership development.
Top-tier university business school partnerships including Wharton and Cornell.
Years of experience developing professionals to love their work and lead with love.
Readers of Forbes.com posts covering compassionate leadership since 2019.
Pivot with Purpose
A proven methodology for helping professionals find their soul work.
Dan Guerra, Psy.D.
“I was grateful that [Pivot with Purpose enabled me] to develop a clear vision and action plan for my next work steps.”
“Through active engagement in Pivot with Purpose’s workbook exercises, online course participation, and peer partner sharing I became clear about and reignited my passions, identified my vision, and began to create a plan for moving forward. Laurel and Kelly are wonderful, supportive, and insightful facilitators. I highly recommend this program.”
Check out what this program did for actor/creator Marianne Bayard
Lead with Love
Bring compassion into the workplace and watch your employees thrive.
“The problem with my life was that I was so busy but I lacked purpose, I lacked a clear path to where I wanted to go. The way the program is designed – looking at your past, your present, your future – is so beautifully done.”
“My work with [Compassionate Leaders Circle] helped me define my professional values, organize my dreams into actionable plans, and encouraged me to bring my whole self to any work that I do.”
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Coach with Compassion
A science-driven program for coaches and leaders.
“This program shines a bright light on what it means to educate yoga teachers on the things that are often overlooked during a yoga teacher training. This was a great resource to me along my journey of defining and refining my personal and professional goals.”
“[Compassionate Leaders Circle] creates a warm and safe atmosphere in the group. Overall, I had a great experience: I felt inspired, acquired new tools, and practiced new skills I used to develop both professionally and personally.”