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Stepping Stones to Success

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Design Your Life for New Choices

Design Your Life for New Choices


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Patricia Hirsch interviews Dianne Kipp, PCC. Dianne will share how our lives are no longer easily managed due to the hectic pace of all that is happening around us. Options are many, technology moves at lightning speed, and our responsibilities seem 10 fold over the last decade. Achieving work like balance is a highly sought after skill which can be accomplished by dividing our actions into conscious and unconscious choices, aligned to those things that matter most. At home and work. Dianne will discuss a review of current scientific principles and practice of designing a balanced approach between home and work responsibilities. The audience will discover their unique balance formula. Participants will discovery how to assess their current status and determine what needs to change. The final step is focused on learning to eliminate wasted energy & re-direct energy towards accomplishing goals. Utilizing SMART format, participants will depart the show with an action plan.

Coach Dianne empowers others to envision their most magnificent future. Calling upon a 25 year career in complex medical research, pharmaceutical, technology, financial services and non-profit corporations, her coaching approach utilizes holistic principles to facilitate permanent transformation in her clients’ lives. She thrives on helping her clients shift their perceptions and navigate change in pursuit of intended, sustained results. Providing the support and tools necessary for realizing success, Coach Dianne enables her clients to elevate their effectiveness, clarify highest priorities, and align resources for strategic execution.

Dianne is an evolutionary change agent, a motivational speaker and seminar leader in the areas of personal achievement, leadership performance, and corporate culture transformations.

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