Carpe Vitam enlightens others about the power and potential of the second half of life. We demonstrate how to lead an engaged and inspired life through vital roles that offer renewal. Our educational presentations and programs are for organizations and individuals, especially successful professionals who want to contribute, ‘age well’ and ‘seize life’.
An organization’s people are its greatest asset when talents are cultivated and leveraged. They are also its greatest liability if human capital resources are squandered or under-utilized.
Organizations are interested in the rapidly changing business environment and need to adapt talent management systems and foster the development of employees to better meet this dynamic context. Carpe Vitam’s key focus is the aging of the workforce and the human capital issues that impact business strategy, finances and operations.
Providing services and solutions to strengthen employee engagement and development through:
- keynote presentations
- program design and evaluation
- customized education and training workshops, and
Carpe Vitam bridges organizational development needs with the professional development and training of people by aligning solutions with business strategy.
Using an approach grounded in human development, Carpe Vitam provides presentations, workshops, mentoring and coaching services to support people who want to take the next step despite challenges. These individuals are aware of obstacles and barriers that must be faced in order to move forward with their ‘redirection’.
Carpe Vitam! Seize Life!
This phrase has remained with me as I engage with mature adults who are in transition and looking for the next challenge, in their workplace or the broader community – as they find renewal, undergo a personal ‘transformation’ and redefine themselves. They are inspiring.
One issue though, should I use a Latin name for my business?
When I told people I had incorporated Carpe Vitam, everyone I spoke with knew the English translation – whether they were retirees in their 70′s and 80′s, on the cusp retirees in their 60′s or in the midlife of the 40′s and 50′s.
I was thrilled! I took this as a sign that we all need to ‘seize life’ and think, act, be, so we can reach our full potential and become what we are meant to be.
Carpe Vitam, dear Readers!
Dear Wise One,
You know it in your heart. You hear it whispered on the wind.
Your dreams, your ideas…they are still alive. They are waiting for you to rediscover them.
Yes. You are older, wiser and more experienced than before. These are your strengths.
Your gifts and talents are needed.
It is your time to find what you are seeking. Don’t continue to wonder.
Make it happen and fulfill your purpose. Seize Life! Think. Act. Be.