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Patrick Galvin is the master of building strong relationships and cultivating trust, or as I like to call it, building social capital. Patrick is the co-founder of The Galvanizing Group which he founded with his wife in 2002. Since that time, he’s transitioned his business from a speaking company to a learning company.
In this episode, you’ll learn how Patrick navigated a substantial pivot that’s given him the ability to deliver more impact while creating more opportunity for growth.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS EPISODE:
- The reality of public speaking in today’s environment
- Using coaching to deepen the impact of your work
- How group cohort coaching can complement existing services
- How to strategically use social media without overwhelm
- Why our business is surviving (and thriving) during a pandemic
- The role of coaching in designing a better business
- Overcoming the fear of investing in a coach
“IF I DELIVER A GOOD PRODUCT AND A GOOD EXPERIENCE, WHERE WE CAN DELIVER THE MOST VALUE WILL FIGURE ITSELF OUT.”
– PATRICK GALVIN
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ABOUT PATRICK GALVIN:
Since 2002, Patrick and The Galvanizing Group have operated on the philosophy that great relationships are the key to personal and professional success.
Applying the principles of his best-selling book The Connector’s Way, Patrick offers high-performance companies and teams coaching, training, and online learning programs that deliver a systematic and measurable approach to business relationship building.
Chief Galvanizer and co-founder Patrick Galvin is an accomplished presenter, TEDx speaker, and the author and creator of The Connector’s Way. He and co-founder Ellen Galvin have over 40 years of combined business management experience that they bring to programs whose clients include diverse companies from small businesses to Fortune 100 companies selling products and services B2B and B2C.