Laurie Cameron

PB-image-L-Cameron_320x380Search Inside Yourself: Developing the Useful Mental Habits for Sustainable Wellbeing and Success. This session helps participants develop mindfulness-based emotional intelligence in order to thrive – enjoying greater productivity, effectiveness, and happiness – at work and beyond.
What you will take away from this session:

  • An understanding of the science of neuroplasticity, emotion, perception and behavior change
  • The role of attention training in enhancing mental focus and developing emotional intelligence
  • How to develop greater resilience, including enhanced abilities for managing adversity and disruptive change
  • Tools for sustaining peak performance and motivation
  • Practices that cultivate happiness and wellbeing

Laurie Cameron, founder of PURPOSEBLUE, shares her energy and compassion to inspire, teach, advise and coach internationally. With 25 years as a leadership executive and organization change consultant, she is uniquely adept at tapping into what’s needed to awaken individuals and transform organizational culture. As a former leader in Accenture’s Change and Human Performance practice, Laurie has served Fortune 100 companies globally, living in Germany, the U.S. and Brazil.

Currently a senior fellow with the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being at George Mason University, Laurie translates neuro-science and the wisdom of mindfulness into workplace strategies that create clarity and momentum. Laurie is a certified executive coach with the International Coach Federation, received the Five Mindfulness Trainings from Thich Nhat Hanh and is a frequent speaker and retreat leader. Laurie also teaches Mindful Leadership at Maryland’s Smith School of Business and is a certified teacher and mentor with SIYLI, speaking and teaching in Europe, India and the U.S.

Laurie is the author of “Approaches to Mindful Strategic Change” in the book, The Neuroscience of Learning and Development and is featured in National Geographic’s book, 100 Ways to Be Happy.