Art of Change
Get the “Art of Change Framework" - A guide for embracing personal and organizational change.
As a leader or changemaker there is true power in having an experienced outside facilitator support you and your team through a change process.
Does this sound like you?
You’re a natural leader. From a young age you were put in leadership positions whether you wanted them or not.
You may have known since a young child that you are here to make a significant difference in the world.
You care about injustices. You see and feel things passionately and at times you may feel misunderstood and that you don’t belong.
You are tired of driving and striving. You may have already burnt out on your journey.
You have a big dream and you now realize you need some support to birth it into reality.
I’ve been where you are.
I understand the passion and craving to right injustices in the world, whether it be to create an organization where everyone is valued and respected and collaboration is the norm, or it is a program, project or initiative that empowers women and children, improves the environment, or addresses an issue that is close to your heart.
Here are some ways we can work together
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Pamela is author of two #1 Best selling books, Learning to Dance with Life a Guide for High Achieving Women, and Hot Women Rock: How To Discover Your Midlife Entrepreneurial Mojo.
I believe that embracing change is a creative process that opens us up to new possibilities and that change can be fun.
interested in a speaker for your next conference on embracing change, how to thrive in life and business and/or leadership, I’d love to chat with you!
FROM THE BLOG
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