Grow more organized with your thoughts. Your calendar. Your plan. Your actions.
Grow more confident in leading others. Handling conflict. Following a calling.
Grow more influential in your community. In employee engagement. In your customer’s experience. Even with yourself.
There’s no shortcut to your personal and professional growth.
Just a willingness to work on the hard stuff. To wrestle.
It’s a method that is, literally, ancient. And it is an exclusive approach Hip Socket provides clients today.
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It was great having you back, Coach. Everyone was talking about your visit, and the newbies said if they had had you at the last company they worked for they might still be there. Glad they didn’t and we do! Feeling happy.Employee of client using leadership development workshops
My favorite day of the month is when you visit. You have the unique ability to not only calm and soothe all of us, while also somehow pumping us up and inspiring us to be our best and stop at nothing.Meghan Moses
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