🖤 Is experiencing grief a sign that you loved and lived hard?
In Season 2, Episode 3 of I’m lost, so what? Podcast, Chloe Andersen and Cassandra have a conversation about the bittersweet feelings of living abroad and moving back home, leaving your religion, and what great leaders all need to cultivate.
This conversation explores grief in all stages, moments, and seasons of life - whether that’s experiencing grief for a relationship, with yourself, milestones, losing a loved one, or the life that you ‘could have had’...
In this episode, Chloe shares about:
Her experience living in 6 different countries
The bittersweet feeling of living abroad and returning home
Emotional self-awareness and agility (as a leader and a person)
What it was like for her to leave Mormonism
Chloe Andersen (she/her), Managing Partner and Leadership Strategist at CoCreate Work
Chloe Andersen is managing partner who heads the leadership development and management practice at CoCreate Work, a workplace culture consultancy guiding businesses to systems-level changes that result in measurable successes and true inclusivity.
She has worked in 6 countries over her 20-plus-year career in positions like Senior Global HR Advisor at Citigroup and learning and development leader for 8,000 professionals at Amazon. She brings cross-industry and cross-cultural perspectives to her work in leadership strategy, management, cultural communications, and team-building.
She has guided teams at large consumer tech companies, senior executives at several Fortune 500 companies, and entrepreneurs with small businesses. Her programs have helped thousands of leaders to understand themselves better and become more emotionally intelligent and agile, resulting in teams that are happier and more productive. Chloe is an experienced podcast host and guest, and she is also a certified professional coach with a Master’s in Business Administration.