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Using Surveys to Assess Your Company Culture [Podcast]

August 13, 2019

Episode 75: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn focus on the culture of an organization and the Net Promoter Score System you can use to help your company become a Passion and Provision company.

How to Analyze Employee Performance in 7 Easy Steps [Podcast]

August 6, 2019

Episode 74: Michael and Kathryn discuss the system from Robert F. Mager's book, Analyzing Performance Problems. There are 7 steps that will help you solve any problem you might face in your company. If you need to figure out why people aren't...

Talking vs. Doing: How to Achieve the Big Dream You Have for Your Company [Podcast]

July 30, 2019

Episode 73:  Michael and Kathryn describe how to take steps toward your big ideas and goals instead of just talking about them. If you think you're the kind of business leader that has a tendency to sometimes be a talker instead of a doer, then...

4 Keys to High Performance [Podcast]

July 23, 2019

Episode 72: Michael and Kathryn cover 4 keys to high performance by Chick-fil-A®'s Mark Miller. If you want 4 simple ways to improve performance and tips for better leadership in your company, then this podcast episode is for you!

Business Leadership (Part 2) with Guest, Ryan Deiss [Podcast]

July 16, 2019

In part 2 of this very special interview, Michael and Kathryn talk with Ryan Deiss, founder and CEO of DigitalMarketer.com, about his experience with company culture, leadership development, and business growth. You'll also get to learn some...

Business Leadership (Part 1) with Guest, Ryan Deiss [Podcast]

July 9, 2019

Episode 70: In part 1 of this very special interview, Michael and Kathryn chat with Ryan Deiss, founder and CEO of DigitalMarketer.com. Discover how Ryan maintains a healthy balance of work, life, family, and entrepreneurship, all while growing a...

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