Leadership Re-Invention

Did you know that you can always reinvent your business?

I hesitate to say RE-invent only because it almost says that we’re doing something again. But it’s actually less about RE-inventing and more about IN-venting.

We have all been very infused with what we think the world, life, leadership, and business should look like.

The world is ready for all sorts of new ideas about what it means to lead, run a company, create a company, and manage people, and we all need to be at the forefront of that.

Let’s start today!

WHAT YOU’LL FIND IN THIS EPISODE:

  1. The plans to rebrand and change the name of this podcast.
  2. Kris’s challenge choosing between a corporate job and starting a coaching business.
  3. The question she asked herself that changed everything.
  4. The episode titled Leadership is Feminine
  5. Why you can always reinvent.
  6. What would you like to invent or reinvent?

To read the full show notes, including a complete transcript of this episode, CLICK HERE.

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Kris is THE thought leader & expert for leading & managing a high-performing team as a woman CEO.

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Kris is THE thought leader & expert for leading & managing a high-performing team as a woman CEO.

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