An Inspirational Journey
From Jail To Joy
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“We were inspired, I would say, deeply inspired, by her work.”
“Like many of you, I have faced many challenges in my life but I don't know if I would have had the courage and faith to do what Karin did.”
“They are turning those challenges into a wonderful, heart centered business where they are helping thousands of people go beyond surviving and learning to thrive.”
“The business world needs more focus on how positivity can transform the way we think about success and life.”
“Karin is a gentle giant whose biggest gift to the world is to bring infinite joy and hope. Listen with your heart and be awed forever.”
"Absolutely on target with the right message for the right times!"
"Prepare to be inspired by this extraordinary story of resilience!"
Karin Volo, an expert in engagement, career, personal and organizational development, is known as the Chief Joy Bringer. She is a co-author of the international best selling book, Engage! With 15+ years experience working with international Fortune 500 companies on two continents, she has insights on business building, cultural transformation, and high performance.
Karin works with cultural development, employee engagement, leadership mentoring, professional inspirational speaking and writing. She uses her professional skills and draws from her personal experiences to help individuals and companies thrive.
She is the author of the Bringing Joy children’s series, a regular blogger on Huffington Post, a faculty member at the Institute for Inspired Organizational Cultures, and an expert judge on employee engagement in both the UK and the US.
Karin’s passion is helping people better their lives through sharing all she has learned on her own journey. Her purpose is bringing joy to the workplace
As something that has become very close to my heart, all proceeds from the sale of my book 1,352 Days, will go to Not For Sale.
Not For Sale fights modern-day slavery around the world using business creation, supply chain evaluation and social services around the globe. By identifying impoverished and vulnerable communities, Not For Sale works to empower each against exploitation. For more information on Not For Sale you can visit their site http://notforsalecampaign.org/