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What is The Grit Institute?
The Grit Institute is a leadership consultancy offering on demand leadership journey pathways, facilitated leadership journeys and custom programming for cultural transformation supporting innovation and resilience.
The Grit Institute considers the whole leader approach, providing leadership journeys developed from top military performers teaching skills and frameworks to achieve your most ambitious goals, overcome the most challenging obstacles, and live your most fulfilling life with a focus on building grit and resilience.
“Captivating and delivered everything that we could have wanted. A lot of buzz has been created around the presentation… She hit on all the topics we discussed in our initial discussion, leadership, adversity, innovation, change, living up to high standards, doing your best work under pressure, etc. It was perfect!”
“Shannon was amazing! She did a great job summarizing the day and leaving our company energized to face the wind and fly through it! We couldn’t be happier.”
“A huge hit and very inspiring! As I type this, I am overhearing the clients talk about her and how they are planning to continue to pull her message through the rest of the meetings.”
“Shannon was AMAZING!!!!! Our team absolutely loved her and her message. Her story was spot on with our mission and our goals for the meeting. She was outstanding!”
"I loved everything about the presentation. Shannon has so much energy in her talk, and is a fantastic storyteller. I think everyone walked away feeling inspired and energized."
"By far the highlight of our meeting. Everyone loved her. 100% NPS for Shannon's training - world class!"
“I want to tell you, one week in, you have transformed me. I had come to view myself through a lens of limitations. I felt defeated and a product of these problems. But, as I followed your lessons…My journey line became one of power and strength versus weakness and defeat.”
“The training was impactful and helped me clarify my purpose! I also really enjoyed the small group work and the discussion from Huffman-Polson.”