February 2017

Presented by Lisa Gruenloh
President Purpose Journey
www.purposejourney.com  www.seeingpurple.org

 

Event Time: 11:30am – 1pm
Event Date: February 14, 2017
Event Place: Études de Ballet & Co
3285 Pine Ridge Rd, Naples, FL 34109

 

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“Seeing Purple”: How to Be the Change You Want to See in Advocacy, Work and Life

After last year’s divisive and difficult election cycle, many people are looking for ways to communicate, collaborate and problem solve with more respect and understanding. During this program, Seeing Purple Founder Lisa Gruenloh will share powerful tips to be a more effective advocate for change and to create healthy and productive relationships in your professional or personal life.

As the No Labels Citizen Leader for Florida’s 19th Congressional District, Lisa also will share how attendees can encourage our elected officials to work together productively across the aisle to solve our nation’s most pressing challenges.

“We really need each and every American to step up and take personal responsibility for the culture we are creating in our country and in our communities – including our social media communities where we have seen so much judgment, intolerance and hate,” Gruenloh said. “It’s time for each us to be the change we want to see and hold our each other and our elected officials to higher standards of civility.”

About Lisa

Lisa Gruenloh, MA, ACC is a consultant, trainer and coach who is passionate about helping organizations and individuals affect positive change through productive engagement. Through her initiative Seeing Purple, Lisa has created a support and learning community for individuals and groups who believe in understanding, appreciating and leveraging our differences for good – in politics, government, advocacy, business and in our communities and personal relationships. Lisa is also a Citizen Leader for No Labels, a Washington, DC-based organization bringing elected officials from all political parties together for collaborative, productive problem solving.

Lisa holds a master’s degree in public communication from American University in Washington, DC, where she served as director of communications and spokesperson to leaders in the U.S. Senate, U.S. House and a federal agency during the 90s. She is currently president of Purpose Journey, Inc., providing consulting, training and coaching services in the areas of organizational culture, leadership development, team effectiveness and stakeholder engagement. Pulling from her expertise in communication and engagement, emotional intelligence, conflict management, change management, among other disciplines, Lisa has created a powerful model for collaborative advocacy and problem-solving that drives results – without driving people apart.

 

To learn more about Lisa visit www.purposejourney.com and www.seeingpurple.org. To learn more about No Labels visit www.nolabels.org.