The Power of Purpose Five-Day Challenge with Laurel Donnellan Launches March 18th

The process of defining a purpose can be the best fuel for moving through challenges and creating positive change. This program is a gift from Compassionate Leaders Circle to support you in resetting your professional and personal paths.

Laurel Donnellan, Founder Compassionate Leaders Circle

Learn to ignite the next phase of your professional life by exploring and claiming your personal and professional purposes. This self-leadership series will foster more hope, clarity, and momentum as we wrap Q1 of 2021 put purpose into action for the rest of the year.

Complimentary Program Roadmap

Celebrated author and CEO, Laurel Donnellan has carefully constructed this popular master class for the times we find ourselves in right now. In this empowering, interactive, and fast-paced challenge, you will access your ability to become a more effective leader through purpose. Leave these sessions with newfound confidence, clarity, and momentum.

Register for access to all five days of tips, tools, and support for action including:

– Five days of 15-minute Purpose Lessons with Laurel – Complimentary Daily Livecasts – 7:00 pm ET, 4:00 pm PT (March 18th-22nd, 2021)

– Private LinkedIn Group to get support from Laurel and your fellow participants.

– The Power of Purpose Five-Day Challenge Guides designed to take lessons into action

Laurel Donnellan, Founder and CEO, Compassionate Leaders Circle

Laurel is a compassionate leadership expert with experience coaching/consulting individuals and organizations including the University of Denver, Cornell University, Toyota, Disney, Viacom, and the New York City Board of Education. She has an undergraduate degree from Cornell University in Hotel Administration and an MA in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University. Laurel specializes in career, leadership, and organizational development that improves engagement and has designed programs for corporate universities, schools, universities, an ashram, and a prison. She has published several books including Pause for Purpose and Born To Do: The Practical Guide To Loving Your Work, has been featured on NPR and worked with executives in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Laurel is a contributor at Forbes.com where she writes about Compassionate Leadership and hosts the Compassionate Leaders Circle Podcast where she interviews leaders from all sectors impacting their organizations and communities through kindness and purpose. She has dedicated the last twenty-four years to researching, developing, and validating change models that help people find work they love and help organizations provide loveable work.

We have honed our approach in partnership with our clients and top-tier business schools.