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Company Description: How Purpose Journey makes creating, cultivating and capitalizing on a great corporate culture possible. We have a solid process and strategy for helping...   more

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  • MA
  • bachelor's degree , Government and Broadcasting/Communication
    Northwest Missouri State University
  • master's degree , Public Communication
    American University
  • undergraduate degree , Government
    Northwest Missouri State University
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Lisa Gruenloh, president of Purpose Journey, sent me an outline that we used to establish four components of leadership: vision, impact, style and well-being.
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"It's really about managing our feelings and behaviors for the benefit of our own sense of well-being and developing healthy, meaningful relationships," says Lisa Gruenloh, a Naples-based organizational consultant and trainer.
"Just like people say trust is the foundation of building a team, self-awareness is the foundation of building EI," says Gruenloh, president of Purpose Journey.
Those who master self-management, Gruenloh says, are less likely to fall prey to "emotional hijacking," in which a person deals with a stressful situation or individual with an automatic, but unproductive, reaction. Instead, you have a deliberate response to what is happening, even if it's a stress trigger or hot button for you.
"Nobody wants to work with a leader who flies off the handle. Leaders are under stress every day, so being able to manage emotions and behaviors is so critical," Gruenloh says.
When you are able to communicate clearly and manage conflict effectively through EI, Gruenloh says, you find yourself getting along with everybody in the organization.
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"It's about helping people feel connected to their work, their workplace, each other and the purpose of the organization," says organizational consultant Lisa Gruenloh, founder and president of Naplesbased Purpose Journey.
"Identify values that support both a high-performing and high-functioning workplace culture, drive success and help people feel good about their work and their organization," Gruenloh says. Examples of core values in an organization are: trust, collaboration, continuous improvement, passion and fun. They need to be a genuine reflection of the organization and how it operates, she says.
"Many of my clients at the employee level have complained about not getting feedback, coaching or support," Gruenloh says. She recommends recognizing contributions often and in a specific manner, such as giving people details about how their work had a positive impact on a project. It's also beneficial to recognize employees not only for performance, but for upholding the core values for your organization.
DON'T: Ignore Millennials
Millennials have expectations for the workplace that many workers from older generations equate with needing to be coddled, but Gruenloh says that's an unfair assessment. "It's not about making accommodations because they're different," she says.
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Presented by Lisa Gruenloh President, Purpose Journey, Inc.
During the session, Lisa will share the formula for discovering your life purpose as well as practical tips for practicing purposeful living in both big and small ways every day.
Lisa Gruenloh is an organizational consultant, coach, trainer, and mission-driven entrepreneur with a passion for helping organizations and individuals achieve sustainable success - success built on the foundation of their unique strengths, values, and purpose.
She's currently president of Purpose Journey, Inc. and offers a wide range of services and expertise including leadership development; team-building; executive, employee performance and personal coaching; emotional intelligence and conflict management training; change management; crisis and reputation management; message, communication and engagement strategy; media and presentation training; coalition-building; employee well-being; and meeting and retreat facilitation.
Over a more than 20-year career, Lisa has worked with a wide variety of corporate, government, and consulting organizations throughout the country. During that time her purpose has evolved and expanded, giving her a unique skill set and perspective she shares with her clients. Lisa is a certified coach and conflict management facilitator with a master's degree in public communication from American University in Washington, DC. She provides hundreds of hours of community service each year, including as a purpose workshop facilitator for the Blue Zones Project.
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Lisa Gruenloh, President WNOCC
Dessert is being sponsored by Lisa Gruenloh with Purpose Journey, Inc./Empower Parties.
Lisa Gruenloh President, WNOCC
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