Kristin Invited to Share at St. Francis Episcopal Church

Kristin is so honored to be invited to speak at St. Francis Episcopal Church in Heber Springs, Arkansas in a few weeks. It will be a wonderful way to start the holiday and share stories from her book series….which make wonderful holiday remembrances.  
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Kristin highlighted by Vertical Distinct

What an honor it was to be featured by Vertical Distinct relative to what contributes to any success I may have experienced. Click here to read further…..
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Kristin’s Offers Keynote around “Is This Seat Taken?”

What an amazing experience for Kristin to share insights around being present in the moment and how random encounters can truly change your life.  The full room at Texas Health Center for Diagnostics and Surgery was captivated.
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Plaid for Women Features Kristin’s 8 Habits

Plaid for Women published Kristin’s article on the 8 habits of successful business owners and entrepreneurs. Click here for this widely read article. 
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Oldest Little Rock Book Club Hosts Kristin

What an honor to share stories from “Is This Seat Taken?” to a fantastic group of literary women in Little Rock, Arkansas….in fact the oldest book club in the state.
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    PLAID for WOMEN Highlights Kristin S. Kaufman

    Thanks to Shivaun Palmer and Plaid for Women for highlighting my article on The Differentiator of Successful Leaders. Click here to read the article.
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    Kristin Kaufman Shares with Little Rock’s Oldest Book Club

    What an honor sharing stories from the “Is This Seat Taken?” book series in Little Rock, Arkansas this past week, at the city’s oldest book club. Such a privilege. 
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    Plaid Radio Interviews Kristin on Alignment

    What a fun discussion sharing concepts of career progression, alignment, and what we learn from ‘Mean Girl’ experiences.  And to top it off – sharing my book series “Is This Seat Taken?”. Click here to listen to the interview!  
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      Fortune Highlights Kristin’s Article on “Being Liked”

      What an honor for Fortune to pick up Kristin’s article on the difference (and varying importance) of being liked versus respected. What happens if your colleagues just don’t like you?!! Click here to read further: http://fortune.com/2016/06/01/your-colleagues-dont-like-you/      
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