Hope Theory with John Andrew Williams | Resiliency Series

by | Mar 27, 2020 | Resiliency Series | 0 comments

In Thursday’s Live Webinar for our Resiliency Series, Coach Training EDU Co-Founder and President John Andrew Williams dives into the core concepts of Hope Theory.

To view the PDF Audio Transcript, click here: Hope Theory Transcript

Did you learn anything new from John’s walk through of Hope Theory? Share your comments and questions in the comments below!

Or – If you have an idea for an upcoming webinar or topic you’d like to see covered, let us know!



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