Community Purpose Workshop @ Christ Church

10:00 am - 12:00 pm: Power of Purpose Workshop

This two-hour workshop provides you with:

A way to discover a clear definition of your gifts that aligns with your purpose
The connection between living that purpose not only at home but through work, service, relationships or volunteering
A plan to help you live daily with a sense of purpose

For those that want to continue the conversation after the workshop, there is an opportunity after the workshop to join a Purpose Moai—a small group of people that will meet once a week for ten weeks to continue exploring their purpose. More information will be provided at the workshop.

For more information about this workshop please contact Blue Zones Project at [masked] or[masked]-6801.

About the Presenter: Tom Pollack

Tom is an executive and personal coach with extensive experience in working with professionals and leaders. In addition to coaching individuals from various fields and backgrounds over the past ten years, Tom has worked with Ernst & Young, PwC and McKinsey & Company in facilitating programs and coaching their partners and former partners.

Since 2002, Tom has been part of the leadership team at the Hudson Institute in Santa Barbara, where he has facilitated over 30 programs for individuals working on life transitions and personal development. Tom has also facilitated several programs for individuals on finding meaning and purpose in their work lives and after they are done with their careers. Tom is on the faculty for the Hudson Institute’s Coach Certification Program, widely considered one of the premier coaching training programs in the country.

Prior to retiring from the practice of law in 2008, Tom was a partner at Irell & Manella, LLC.

The price to attend this workshop is $15. You can purchase tickets in advance through Eventbrite.

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