Pronounced lan-yap: meaning “a little something extra." *

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How to "Win" the Conversation
With this short reminder, we wrap up this video series! If you'd like to watch or re-watch any of the videos, you can find the whole series at this link: High-Value Connections and Conversations.

Client Spotlight: YP Program

Baxter & Woodman recently presented on their ongoing YP program at an industry conference, and we put together a summary so that all y'all can be inspired to invest more in your YPs, who can collectively make up a significant percentage of an organization's team members.

Our latest event received 5/5 🌟!

The program was conceived and initiated by a YP and is YP-led with support from management and executive levels.

If your organization is having trouble with hiring, retaining, morale, engagement, etc: take a look!

Go Ahead - Take a Look!
A photo gallery of recent programs and events.

* New Orleans was known for thousands of years aBulbancha (Choctaw for "place of many tongues") and was an indigenous trading hub. Erin Mosley, Inc. calls this place home now - and we continue to learn more about all the peoples, cultures, and events that have happened here.

Lagniappe is said to be a modified form of a Louisiana French creole or cajun term that derives from the New-World Spanish la ñapa (gift), which in turn may have its origin in a Quechua word yapa (gift or tip).

Here on this page, we share a little extra news, curiosities, ephemeral tidbits, and passing fancies. In the spirit of giving you a lagniappe when you visit us.

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