March Event: Designing Meaningful Development Experiences At Work

  • 20 Mar 2019
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Ashland University's Columbus Center - 1900 E. Dublin Granville Road. (use the front entrance of the building)

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March Event: Designing Meaningful Development Experiences at Work

What happens when organizations approach professional development and personal development as a common pursuit? Join us as we dig into art and science behind positive change in the workplace through meaningful development, integrated into daily work and life. 

Brandi will share tools from her book Myths of Being Human: Four Paths to Connect with What Matters, which will be available for sale and signing at the event. 

"Myths of Being Human has put me on a more reflective and mindful path in making choices in my life for personal use as well as professional purposes. I am more aware of myself as a worthy human being. I recognized things in my life that needed to be addressed. Most importantly, I realized I am blessed to be alive."


Brandi Lust is the founder of Learning Lab Consulting and the author of Myths of Being Human: Four Paths to Connect with What Matters. Through both her work and her writing she helps schools, businesses, and individuals lower stress, build resilience, and create more connection through tools like mindfulness and social-emotional learning.

Brandi believes that our common humanity enhances the workplace; when we bring our whole selves to everything we do, both the easy and the hard stuff, we are more fulfilled and more effective. Her clients include The Ohio State University, the Columbus Museum of Art, The Wexner Center for the Arts, Equality Ohio, Americorp, and many school districts and businesses throughout Central Ohio.

Brandi has a Bachelor’s degree in English from The Ohio State University and earned her M.A.Ed. from Mount Vernon Nazarene University. She has over a decade of experience as an educator and facilitator and maintains a daily mindfulness practice.


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