What if Learning to Adapt is Learning to Exist?
Enhancing our 20/20 Vision
Wednesday, October 21 @ 12pm on ZOOM
If you’re interested in learning how to slow down, get curious, discover your power and contribute to meaningful change, this ACE webinar is for you!
Catherine Harrison will lead us through a hypothesis for a new way of living, working and being. She asserts that adaptation, observation, mindfulness and the acceptance of interconnectedness are the new ‘soft’ skills that are critical to our well-being as individuals, communities, organizations and nations.
As we move through this ever-changing, complex upheaval (the COVID experience), our ability to slow
down, reflect, adapt and move forward will lead to make-or-break outcomes. These decisions will affect
our individual health, interpersonal relationships, businesses and our living ecosystems.
About the Presenter:
Catherine Harrison is the president of Purple Voodoo, an Oakville-based performance and behaviour change consulting company with a focus on mindfulness, adaptability, and accountability. She has decades of experience as both a corporate leader and multidisciplinary artist. She’s also is the author of Three Colors, Twelve Notes. Not strictly a memoir, nor business handbook, nor self help guide, this unique book invites you to reconnect with yourself and others by getting clear on what really
matters—and realizing what is possible. Available November 17, 2020. Learn more at catherineharrison.com and follow #ThreeColorsTwelveNotes