A wonderful leader

Let me introduce you to Alexandra Drane, one of the most amazing leaders I have ever met in the corporate world. Alex is President and Founder of the Eliza Corporation and the person who created the OneSlide project and Engage with Grace, a health education initiative that is designed to help us all with a conversation that would otherwise be very difficult.

I encourage you to visit the Engage with Grace website to see and hear Alex speaking at last year’s Health 2.0 conference about why she started the One Slide project. Her’s is a very moving story.

Around Thanksgiving 2008, the Engage with Grace project caught the attention of the media with articles in the Boston Globe and USA Today. At the same time, 100 bloggers ran with the idea of posting the One Slide on their blogs on Thanksgiving eve to get the word out and encourage families to start a very different conversation over their turkey dinners. The Engage with Grace project is still helping people start the conversation …….

Thank you Alex, for being such a great role model and for exhibiting all of the character traits in the title line of this Thought Leaders blog.

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About Carole Brown, Learning Coach and Repatterning Practitioner

My early days as a biologist and my career as a leadership consultant and learning coach have largely influenced the work I do now. I am attracted to many different spheres of knowledge and wisdom, especially those that are on the cutting edge and relate to the processes underlying change. "Resonance Repatterning" is an energetic approach to transforming our patterns and moving beyond the blocks that keep us from reaching our highest self. It is a stunning process that gets right to the core and elegantly identifies what needs to be transformed. I first studied RR in 2000 before we had quantum physicists explaining the basis for energy work. Now we have the science, there's every reason to embrace this evolutionary approach to change and growth and use it to explore how to become your best self.
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