I work with organizations who want to elevate team performance by refining leadership communication skills.

#034 – Stepping Out of the Rat Race Culture with Virginia Lauzon

Making decisions that don’t align with who you truly are is costly.  You wake up one day and realize that you’ve built a life that you no longer love.

The tricky part is knowing what to do about it.

On this episode of The Workplace Communication Podcast, we’re talking with Virginia Lauzon about the rat race culture, burnout prevention and innovative ways to thrive.

Leadership tips you won’t want to miss:

🎙️  Recognizing that your own messages may be the most harmful

🎙️  Redefining success and excellence

🎙️  Grieving the old version of yourself

🎙️  Bringing joy and purpose back into your life

🎙️  Tips for burnout prevention and managing burnout in your team

Virginia Lauzon is a serial entrepreneur, self-advocate and business coach from Montreal with a desire to build communities, inspire integrity and elevate the way we do business and life. She is an emotional intelligence expert, a worthiness activist, a global wellness retreat facilitator and a proud Twice Exceptional (2e) woman.

If you’re looking to create a life of joy and inner peace, then this episode’s for you!

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Lindsay Lapaquette, M.Sc.(A) works with organizations who want to invest in elevating team performance by refining leadership communication skills. Lindsay’s background as a former Speech-Language Pathologist, specialized in working with clients with social interaction challenges, brings a unique perspective that helps leaders and organizations get to the root of complex communication issues so they can save time, money and sanity.

Lindsay’s approach has been profoundly influenced by her work with First Nations organizations, her experience as a parent to two children with pervasive mental health challenges, and the premature loss of both of her parents. These experiences have taught Lindsay great lessons about the power of excellent people skills that extend beyond her professional expertise.

To learn more about Lindsay’s programs, please visit lindsaylapaquette.com

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