Author Archive | Karin Hurt

Eat That Frog! (Brian Tracy)

Winning Well Connection We’ve been fans of Brian Tracy’s ideas on productivity and efficiency for a long time. So we were delighted to find that we were all keynoting at the HR Asia Summit in Singapore. We enjoyed chatting with Brian about his thoughts of getting results that last and building confidence. Thanks, Brian for […]

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The World Needs Your Story (Cathy Fyock)

Winning Well Connection Reflection We first met Cathy when she attended our workshop on how to co-author a book. Cathy is an amazing storyteller and story listener– and we enjoyed working with her audience to share our story in a recent webinar. Cathy lights up the room with her enthusiastic approach and warm spirit. Why […]

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The Starting Point of Good Leadership (Bill Treasurer)

Winning Well Connection We first met Bill when he was publishing his first book– and I interviewed him to help share his message. Since then, we keep finding ourselves in the same leadership conversations and communities, and always enjoy connecting to share best practices. I love the way Bill taps into his own leadership experiences […]

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Create Customer Confidence By Delivering Consistent and Predictable Experiences (with Video) (Shep Hyken)

Winning Well Connection I first met Shep when we were both keynoting at International Customer Service Association conference in Florida. It was my very first external keynote (I was still working as an executive at Verizon) outside of Verizon and Shep was the incoming President of the National Speakers Association. I’ll never forget the moment he […]

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5 Ways to Build Career Resiliency

Bad things happen to good people.  Karma doesn’t always show up in time.  Even good people may find that the knife in their backsports their own fingerprints.  Even the most well-intentioned leaders do stupid stunts from time to time.  My time in HR gave me a front row seat to such tragedies.  It’s not a […]

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