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Whether you’re looking for a keynote speaker or an expert facilitator for your next meeting, Karin’s high-energy, engaging style will motivate your team to action. Karin will work with you to create a highly-customized message targeted for your team »
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Karin will work with you to create a competitve human capital strategy along with solid plans and tools for execution. We'll work together on a highly-customized approach to improve trust, engagement and performance at every level »
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Five Ways to Win Well with Your Assistant

Five Ways to Win Well with Your Assistant

He’s in the background responding to emails, setting appointments, or fixing your website. She’s overseeing projects, and clicking off those daily/weekly/monthly tasks that you may forget about while you focus on what YOU do best. He’s the glue that keeps things together, she’s the one who graciously gatekeeps, protecting your time and workload when she can. That’s why it’s vital for you to develop a » Read More

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In every speech as well as in her book, Karin Hurt is not only motivating and inspiring but also down to earth. She addresses real issues and real solutions. I love her honest approach to facing leadership challenges the way they really are not as we pretend them to be. It was time to have someone stand up to talk about the issues we all want to ignore.
Publications ~ Kay Valenzuela President International Customer Service Association - Latin America

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Winning Well

By Karin Hurt and David Dye
It can feel like a rigged game. Executives set aggressive goals, so managers drive their teams to burnout trying to deliver. Or, employees seek connection and support, so managers focus on relationships . . . and fail to make the numbers. The fallout is stress, frustration, and disengagement. »  Read More