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Tulsa, OK – Heidi Hartman is an expert at bringing the best out of people and bringing out the best in each other. Her company Heidi Hartman Consulting specializes in building better leaders and businesses from the inside out, working with CEOs and key leaders to enhance their effectiveness and execute priorities to build stronger organizations.

A Certified Executive Coach since 2014, Heidi provides instruction and facilitation on enhancing communication, managing conflict, and capitalizing on the skills and talents each employee brings to the table to build high-performance teams and high-performance cultures.

“My gift is really in those core interpersonal skills to build individuals and make organizations more effective,” says Heidi. “It helps them be better leaders in how they influence, how they motivate. It helps them in the way they think, feel, act, and relate with others.”

“I think that I have a combination of gifts that make me uniquely suited for this work,” says Heidi. “I'm pretty curious and I really focus on helping others so I can find connections easily. I feel I understand where my strengths are and that allows me to pull out the strengths of others.”

“It really is about an investment in how you're going to move forward. What is it you can do to develop yourself. It's not like I have the answers. It's to work alongside them and help them figure that out,” says Heidi. “Mark Twain says two most important days in our lives, the day you're born and the day you find out why. And I like helping people find out their why. Where are they now and where do they want to go and then be along with them on that journey to really help them get there.”

For more information on Heidi Hartman Consulting, visit www.hhartmanconsulting.com

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