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The HaBO Village Podcast

How to Build Trust in a Post Trust Era [Podcast]

May 14, 2019

Episode 63: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn discuss the steps for building trust in a post-trust era. Whether you are a business owner, a manager, a team leader, an employee, or client- building trust is essential for achieving speed and...

Cognitive Bias: You Know What Happens When You Assume... [Podcast]

July 3, 2018

Episode 48: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn discuss the concept of cognitive biases and break down how biases can interfere with your decision-making, how you lead your company, your communication, and your relationships. If you want to...

The Power of Moments [Podcast]

June 12, 2018

Episode 45: Michael and Kathryn discuss Chip Heath and Dan Heath's book, The Power of Moments, and ways you can transform life's transitions, milestones, and pits into extremely powerful moments for your employees and company. Discover how to...

Get a Grip: That Moment When You Have to Work with Millennials [Podcast]

April 17, 2018

Episode 38: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn discuss the demographic of current 18 to 35 year-olds, commonly referred to as 'Millennials.' Should you believe stereotypes that say every Millennial you encounter in the workplace is a narcissist...

How to hire well for your Passion & Provision Company [Podcast]

March 29, 2017

Episode 17: Michael and Kathryn speak on hiring the right employees for the job. There are key areas to look at in hiring. Michael and Kathryn believe you should start with "character and competence." What does that mean? Give this episode a...

The Importance of Happy Employees in a Passion & Provision Company [Podcast]

March 22, 2017

Episode 16: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn speak on why happy employees are not a warm, fuzzy fantasy, but add to the bottom line of every business. Even big, profitable companies are leaving money on the table if their staff is...

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