For our Presentation
Leslie Plesac has been with Purdue University Northwest (formerly Purdue University North Central) for more than 12 years. In January, 2016 she was named the Executive Director of the Sinai Forum Speaker Series hosted by PNW.
Leslie has extensive communication experience and received a Master's Degree in Communications from Marquette University in Milwaukee and an undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
She is involved with several community organizations including service on the Board of The Boys and Girls Clubs of Porter County, Valparaiso Rotary and the Valparaiso chapter of Tri Kappa, a women's philanthropic sorority. She has worked closely with the Porter County Community Foundation for many years and is a board member emeritus. She is currently involved with the Foundation's Women's Fund and chaired the Lilly Scholarship program for 8 years.
In addition, Leslie is a master certified Life Coach and the owner of Leslie Plesac Life Coaching. She is the mother of two daughters, Madeline, a Purdue University graduate and Natalie a senior at Purdue University in West Lafayette.
Change is inevitable. We know this to be true. But for most of us, change is hard. Really hard. We resist; we fear; we fight and we stay stuck in mediocre.
Change is also a gift. And the growth that happens through change is optional.
Master Certified Life Coach Leslie Plesac will guide you as you explore your personal and professional response to change.
Change doesn't have to be so hard.
Learn the skills that make change feel more like freedom.
- Start small.
- Find your truth.
- Identify limiting beliefs that keep you stuck.
- Challenge the beliefs and thoughts that no longer serve you.
- Embrace the gift of growth.
Is there something in your life that you would like to be different?
Consider the possibility that embracing change is the first step in living your ideal life.