When an individual activates learning continuously, especially towards their passions and legacy, this can lead to multiple positive effects on both their personal and professional life. Brooke will introduce various exercises to activate continuous learning, various learning paths, and the ways it can lead to greater self-fulfillment.
- Discuss what continuous learning means.
- Learn how to pursue continuous learning in your career.
- Understand the relationship between continuous learning and greater self-fulfillment.
Brooke Elliott, Founder of BE Complete Coaching & Consulting
A certified Mentor Coach, Executive Coach, and ICF-credentialed Associate Certified Coach who partners with motivated individuals and organizations to make meaningful change, fine-tune strategies, and increase performance. She is a positive mindset and leadership development expert-driven to empower others to activate their potential, continuously grow, and fully live and lead. Her practice is rooted in continuous growth, positive intelligence, strengths-based studies, research, and best practices. And focuses on the continual expansion of the mind that can be translated to internal and external growth and results.
Brooke has a successful track record in contract negotiations, operations, and talent discovery and development. She spent most of her career within the Supply Chain Services and sourcing function of a healthcare transformation organization, Premier, Inc. Over the last decade, Brooke was responsible for the business strategy and tactics for internship, emerging leader, and learning and development programs. She led initiatives to centralize talent discovery, train and develop staff, standardize work, and uncover operational efficiencies. She also enabled talent through facilitating educational activities, building role-specific curricula, and helped create a coaching and learning culture.
One of Brooke’s specialties is undergraduate career preparation, as she strongly believes in empowering younger generations to find and explore their “compass.” However, her clients range from undergraduate students to executives seeking a fresh perspective. She is known for her focus on values, people, strengths, strategy, continuous growth, and positive outcomes.