Wednesday, September 20 | Noon-1:00 PM
La Buona Vita
200 Reilly Street
Dunmore, PA 18512
ABOUT THE EVENT
Join us for the first session of the newly rebranded EMPOWER Women’s Network Luncheon series in September with Dr. Christine Kiesinger, who will present “Embodied Purpose: How to Access, Express, and Live Your Purpose.”
How does the way you live, love, and lead change when your purpose is “felt?” This presentation explores how to “embody” our purpose in ways that deeply impacts others and makes our lives richer and more fulfilling.
The EMPOWER Women’s Network Luncheon series is designed to provide the tools and guidance necessary for women to succeed in the workplace and beyond. EMPOWER Women’s Network luncheons feature personal and professional topics relevant to all women and presentations will be centered around the 2023-24 theme “Purpose”. All luncheons provide excellent networking opportunities. The September luncheon offers an opportunity to reserve your seat for all three luncheons in the EMPOWER 2023-24 series.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Dr. Christine Kiesinger creates professional development trainings in the areas of: exemplary leadership, team dynamics, workplace cultures that thrive, relational health, conflict resolution, stress, and trauma.
Dr. Kiesinger is the co-creator of AMPLIFY: Women’s Leadership Certificate Program—the premier, innovative leadership development program for women in NEPA.
Dr. Kiesinger maintains a robust personal development and executive coaching practice. She takes a multi-disciplinary approach to coaching which includes her expertise as an IFS (internal family systems) practitioner.
Dr. Kiesinger is a published author, podcast guest, interviewer, and guest blogger. She has published in Thrive Global, Medium, and Authority and co-authored the book, “Narrating Midlife: Crisis, Transition, Transformation.” Her current labor of love is her keynote speech titled: “The Vow,” and the book manuscript that supports it, “The Vow: the art and practice of self-devotion.”
Dr. Kiesinger holds a bachelor’s degree from Wilkes University; a master’s degree from the University of Virginia; and her doctorate from the University of South Florida.