Marsha Jane Orr


Formerly Extension Faculty at Cornell University, Industrial and Labor Relations School, and ad hoc mediator, fact finder, and arbitrator for the NYS Public Employment Relations Board and the American Arbitration Association, in 1992, Marsha Jane Orr began building client engagements as founder of Intrepreneur Coaching (IC). Since then, she has partnered with other consulting firms serving academic and corporate clients in HR, change, strategic reorganization, and lean design efforts. In 2009, with a M.ED. in hand, she made a mid-life career change to become a primary Learning Support teacher with Rudolf Steiner/Waldorf schools in Perth, Australia. “My students teach me about what it means to ‘show up with presence.’ Their gifts call me toward sustained excellence every day.” Over ten years, Marsha participated in the faith community of the Saint Germain Foundation, and resided on Temple grounds in Chicago and Massachusetts. Besides a Masters in Education from Lesley University, Marsha has two others, a Masters in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica and another from the ILR School, Cornell University. In her current coaching practice, Marsha focuses upon her “Harmonizing Difference” conflict resolution approach, as well as providing voice and host talent for radio and industrial/education film. In addition, she creates ESSENTIAL VIEW biographies that acknowledge organization leaders. She has authored two other Intrepreneur Coaching books: My Little Companion Book on Love (2004) and Teachers Survival Guide (2012).

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Life After Life, Another Glimpse at Grief, 'Til Death--Never--Do US Part, a true tale of initiation
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 23,610. Language: English. Published: April 22, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Biographical, Fiction » Romance » General
Orr relates, in straightforward prose, the ways in which her grief propels her into past-life regression therapy and alters her perception of her own spiritual path….Cathartic and emotionally relevant for readers who have recently suffered a loss —Kirkus Reviews

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