The Inspired Work Program – April 16 & 17
At the beautiful Luxe Summit Hotel in Los Angeles.
From a time perspective, work is the biggest relationship that we have.
From the founder and President of Inspired Work, David Harder:
“Change is impacts virtually every profession in ways we could never imagine. Culturally, was have been conditioned to look at change as a difficult even bad state of affairs. When we do that, it usually does turn out badly.
But, for the last twenty-five years The Inspired Work Program has introduced participants to the best change of all – finding and leading the life they want to have.
When you participate, you want you to arrive with the highest expectations for us and for yourself. This immersive experience gives every participant a unique experience and the kind of clarity that leads to immediate right action. Now, more than ever, this experience gives you the actual experience of successful and positive self-change. That experience makes it easier to respond to the next wave more effectively and after that, to surf the crest with mastery.
If you relationship with work could use a simple boost, buy a self-help book. But, if you crave a turning point, we encourage you to join us.”
From one of our graduates, Scott Lochridge – President of Dragonfly Organization Services:
“For most of us, there are only a few people that we can say have truly changed our lives. David is one of these people for me. I was introduced to David by a colleague and took the Inspired Work program. It was transformational. His approach and philosophy get to the heart of why we work and why we are here. I can’t recommend him or the program highly enough. I have continued a lively, enjoyable, and fruitful professional association with David and he continues to add incredible value to my business and my professional development. He is a true professional partner, thinking how to make the whole greater than the sum of the parts, always considering your best interests. I look forward to a long, productive, and enjoyable association with him.”
To enroll, call (310) 277-4850.
For more information, click here.