Gain the right tools to be your best! Join this community dedicated to leading with love.
Laurel Donnellan, Lead Facilitator
As the founder of Compassionate Leaders Circle, Laurel has spent 20 years developing and validating her career transformation method that is the foundation for Cornell’s Pivot with Purpose Program. She has published several books including Born To Do: The Practical Guide To Loving Your Work, has been featured on NPR and is a contributor at Forbes.com where she writes about Compassionate Leadership.
Our approach for a career change has been applied with thousands of successful clients since 2004 and our method is:
The class will run for 3 days, August 10th, 11th, and 12th at 12:00 pm ET/9:00 am PT each day. The program is broadcast live through Zoom. Participants will be able to review videos of classes if they miss a live class or choose to work at their own pace as an option instead of attending live.
Class materials, discussions and homework will be posted each week on the Private LinkedIn group. You are encouraged to attend as many sessions as possible, but you will also reap the benefits of the class if you listen to the recordings and do the assignments in your own time.
The course itself provides many opportunities to interact with Laurel including the weekly class sessions and the private community. Private coaching is an option at an additional cost.
There are three class sessions, 90 minutes each, for a total of 4.5 hours of group class time.
If you want to develop these compassionate leadership skills, this program is for you, because it will help you:
1. Balance conviction with humility.
2. Take actions that prioritize people, the planet and righting social justice wrongs.
3. Build compassionate cultures as a sound moral and economic strategy.
4. Spend time connecting with stakeholders in way that is loving and authentic.
5. Make decisions that honor the struggles and successes of past generations while striving to create a stronger foundation for future generations.
Yes, you will be able to access the materials and recordings through the private community.