Like the engineers of a physical structure, those who bridge gaps for our personal or professional journeys are essential in helping us find common ground, whether it's to improve a product or improve a life.
For much of her adult life, Ventnor resident Teressa Moore Griffin has built many.
For corporations, Moore Griffin helped CEOs bridge gaps in their leadership roles to build stronger companies. Leading workshops as a business owner, she promotes the understanding of internal dynamics in the workplace and how that plays out to the success of the people involved.
During the Atlantic County Advisory Commission on Women annual breakfast, set for Thursday, March 21, at Ron Jowarski's Blue Heron Pines in Galloway, Moore Griffin will again serve as the connector between generations of women looking to understand each other better, discuss topics important for them and to find ways on improving relationships between generations.
A self-awareness and personal growth expert, Moore Griffin is the founder of Spirit of Purpose, and the author of “LIES That Limit: Uncover the Truth of Who You Really Are.” At the heart of her work is her understanding that self-awareness is the crucial component for leadership excellence and sustained success.
A personal development coach since 1987 and certified Core Energetics therapist, Moore Griffin has provided solutions to leaders of Fortune 500 companies including American Express, AT&T, Harley Davidson, Texaco and more.
She will serve as keynote speaker and moderator of the ACACW breakfast titled, "Change and Challenges: An Intergenerational Discussion between Women & Girls."
The strengthening of relationships between generations and in the workplace is powerful, she said.
"When we have the best of what we see in women and men, where we can add collaboration, team work with masculine attributes of analytical, linear-thinking and tough negotiating – if you marry up that skill set you have incredible emotional intelligence and business acumen," she said.
Moore Griffin is looking forward to building another bridge with residents of the local community.
"I'm hoping for open and honest dialog, a willingness for all generations to learn from each other," she said.
The annual breakfast is scheduled to be held from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m. Blue Heron Pines is located at 55 W. Country Club Drive, Galloway.
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