Actively engaging with your life purpose brings meaning and clarity to everything you do — it’s the why that motivates your choices and actions and puts things in perspective.
Hear from Eileen Fisher how her life has changed for the better since she began to engage with her purpose in a direct way and how it has impacted her company and the people who work there. In this enlightening conversation between Eileen and life purpose consultant and facilitator Marcelo Cardoso, you will gain enlightening insights on the power of purpose — what it is and how you can step into a deeper inquiry to unlock your full potential.
Eileen Fisher, founder and chairwoman of EILEEN FISHER, INC., has been on a decades-long journey of awakening to her purpose, exploring the mind-body connection and striving to live more consciously. Her commitment to lifelong learning and alignment with what truly matters has led her to create a unique company culture of collaboration and caring and to spearhead initiatives that empower others and create a better, more sustainable world.
In 2017, Parsons New School of Design honored Eileen at their annual gala for her work in sustainability, and she was selected to join the Steering Committee for New York State’s Inaugural Council on Women and Girls. Launched by Governor Andrew Cuomo, the committee was formed to ensure that government policies and programs protect women’s rights and equality advancement in the state. Eileen was presented the Force for Good Award by the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP) in February 2016. She is a 2012 inductee into the Social Venture Network Hall of Fame.
Marcelo Cardoso is a gifted coach and facilitator. Marcelo works closely with Eileen Fisher and EILEEN FISHER Inc. to create a purpose-driven approach to the work they do. Passionate about how individual transformation drives the transformation of systems (organizational and societal), he has worked for 20 years in a leadership capacity within large companies focused on creating transformation for individuals and companies.