Bringing Your Whole Self to Work

In my quest to provide coaching and advice to keep your work-life aligned, I am taping a series of interviews with those who I think will add different perspectives and perhaps deepen your reflection on what you truly want in your working lives —and more importantly— how to step closer toward that ideal.

Today, I am joined by Kathy Jourdain. We’re talking about how bringing your whole self to work enables you to be more fulfilled – use your energy better and how to be more of your authentic ‘you’ in corporate environments.

Listen in now:


About Kathy and Karen

image of Kathy JourdainKathy Jourdain is a leading expert, (with Jerry Nagel of the Meadowlark Institute in Minnesota,) in the emerging field of the Transformative Power of Worldview Intelligence, helping to create an understanding of how to give voice and visibility to multiple worldviews and create openings for successfully leading different, more inclusive conversations on issues and challenges that routinely show up in organizations, communities and social systems. She is a steward and practitioner of the Art of Hosting Conversations that Matter. She is known and respected internationally through her work as a consultant in communities and organizations. She is the author of Embracing the Stranger in Me.

karen1edit_112wKaren Kelloway is an award winning author, coach and speaker specializing in advancing careers. Her book, NAIL IT! Six Steps to Transform Your Career has been called ‘insightful and utterly enjoyable’ by the Globe & Mail and is now a trademarked career management program. Karen is certified as an executive coach through Royal Roads University and holds a Bachelor of Public Relations from Mount Saint Vincent University.

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