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Karen J. Hardwick

Host of Saving You A Seat - AUTHOR OF The Connected Leader: 7 Strategies to Empower Your True Self and Inspire Others

Karen is a psychotherapist turned leadership consultant with a Masters of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary.

Blending psychology and spirituality with leadership, she transforms the lives of countless Fortune 1000 leaders at work and home. Her book, The Connected Leader, shows us humans how to grow emotionally and spiritually using her 7 Strategies of Connection to become our best selves as parents, spouses, and leaders at work.

In the book, Karen shares that there is a human being crisis and that “connection” is the antidote. And yet, while we are wired to connect, most leaders do not know how to connect in healthy, sustainable, empowering, inspiring ways. Between self-discovery (connecting with ourselves in transformative ways) first and then with others, Karen shares seven key strategies for individuals, teams, and organizations who want to lead in resilient, authentic ways, channel the power of connection, and enhance their business metrics.

“Being a Connected Leader transforms loved ones into soul mates, families into havens, groups into cohesive teams, and workplaces into gateways that usher us and those we serve into possibility.”

—Karen Hardwick

“With courage, vulnerability, and clarity, Karen brings life to the value of being a connected leader. This is a must read for any leader or aspiring leader and my friend Karen lays out a new path for leadership.”

—Molly Fletcher, The “Female Jerry Maguire”, Coveted Speaker, Host of the “Game Changers” podcast and Author of The Energy Clock, Fearless at Work and The Business of Being the Best.

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Karen J. Hardwick

Executive Coach, AUTHOR OF The Connected Leader: 7 Strategies to Empower Your True Self and Inspire Others and Host of Saving You A Seat

Karen is a psychotherapist turned leadership consultant with a Masters of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary.

Blending psychology and spirituality with leadership, she transforms the lives of countless Fortune 1000 leaders at work and home. Her book, The Connected Leader, shows us humans how to grow emotionally and spiritually using her 7 Strategies of Connection to become our best selves as parents, spouses, and leaders at work.

In the book, Karen shares that there is a human being crisis and that “connection” is the antidote. And yet, while we are wired to connect, most leaders do not know how to connect in healthy, sustainable, empowering, inspiring ways. Between self-discovery (connecting with ourselves in transformative ways) first and then with others, Karen shares seven key strategies for individuals, teams, and organizations who want to lead in resilient, authentic ways, channel the power of connection, and enhance their business metrics.

“Being a Connected Leader transforms loved ones into soul mates, families into havens, groups into cohesive teams, and workplaces into gateways that usher us and those we serve into possibility.”

—Karen Hardwick

“With courage, vulnerability, and clarity, Karen brings life to the value of being a connected leader. This is a must read for any leader or aspiring leader and my friend Karen lays out a new path for leadership.”

—Molly Fletcher, The “Female Jerry Maguire”, Coveted Speaker, Host of the “Game Changers” podcast and Author of The Energy Clock, Fearless at Work and The Business of Being the Best.

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BOOK NOW FOR your podcast

Karen J. Hardwick

Host of Saving You A Seat - AUTHOR OF The Connected Leader: 7 Strategies to Empower Your True Self and Inspire Others

Karen is a psychotherapist turned leadership consultant with a Masters of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary.

Blending psychology and spirituality with leadership, she transforms the lives of countless Fortune 1000 leaders at work and home. Her book, The Connected Leader, shows us humans how to grow emotionally and spiritually using her 7 Strategies of Connection to become our best selves as parents, spouses, and leaders at work.

In the book, Karen shares that there is a human being crisis and that “connection” is the antidote. And yet, while we are wired to connect, most leaders do not know how to connect in healthy, sustainable, empowering, inspiring ways. Between self-discovery (connecting with ourselves in transformative ways) first and then with others, Karen shares seven key strategies for individuals, teams, and organizations who want to lead in resilient, authentic ways, channel the power of connection, and enhance their business metrics.

“Being a Connected Leader transforms loved ones into soul mates, families into havens, groups into cohesive teams, and workplaces into gateways that usher us and those we serve into possibility.”

—Karen Hardwick

“With courage, vulnerability, and clarity, Karen brings life to the value of being a connected leader. This is a must read for any leader or aspiring leader and my friend Karen lays out a new path for leadership.”

—Molly Fletcher, The “Female Jerry Maguire”, Coveted Speaker, Host of the “Game Changers” podcast and Author of The Energy Clock, Fearless at Work and The Business of Being the Best.

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“Forbes Coaches Council member Karen J Hardwick, MDiv., MSW is President of Karen J Hardwick Inc, a coaching consultancy working with senior-level executives around the globe to drive corporate strategy, innovation and growth, achieving sustainable results that enhance business metrics. Having practiced as a psychotherapist before founding her consultancy in 2000, Hardwick says that today’s executives and burgeoning leaders need clinically trained consultants and coaches to help them navigate workplace complexities.”

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Ask me

How does Connection help you become a better person, parent, spouse, or leader?
How does Connection and self-discovery drive spiritual growth?
Why is Connection the solution for us at home, work, and in society?
What is a Connected Leader? Why are they the type of leaders we love and follow at work and in life?
How is Connection the antidote to the rise in addiction & mental health issues?

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