13 March 2014
Hosted by Patricia Hirsch, MCC, MBA

 

TOPIC:
“Sparking Your Own Growth Revolution”

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GUEST:
Chris Padgett, PCC

SHOW DESCRIPTION:
Chris PadgettThree Powerful Questions to Help you Spark Your Own Growth Revolution.

The goal of the show would be to provide a wake up call to listeners and inspire the listeners to rethink their current situation, circumstances, and status quo.

BIO:
Chris Padgett is an executive leadership coach and principal of Growth Revolution Inc. His clients tend to be director and vice president level people in organizations and he helps them confront the impact of changing markets and make the necessary choices and changes required to grow.

Chris is one of only three coaches holding the credential of Professional Certified Coach (PCC) in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and he is an ICF Registered Mentor Coach. He is a graduate of the Coaches Training Institute and he is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC). He serves on the Board of Directors of the ICF Ohio Valley, the regional chapter of the ICF for Kentucky, Southern Ohio, and Southern Indiana.

Chris previously directed corporate marketing for a Fortune 100 company that is one of the largest health and wellbeing companies in the USA. During his 13-year tenure with Humana, the organization experienced explosive growth and grew to be the largest company in Kentucky and one of the largest organizations in its industry.

Chris’ leadership has been recognized both locally and nationally. In 2011, Louisville Magazine named him one of the most influential citizens in his city under age 45. He has served as board director, officer, or chair, of several organizations. Based in Louisville, Chris works with clients throughout the Ohio Valley region and USA.

CONTACT:

  1. growthrevolution.com
  2. chris@growthrevolution.com

 

 

 

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