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Tips for Remote Teams During COVID-19 [Podcast]

April 24, 2020

Episode 105: Michael and Kathryn are back to share more tips for business leaders during this season of COVID-19. Many businesses are finding it challenging to operate right now, especially if they have to manage their teams remotely. If you are...

4 Crisis Communication Tips for Business Leaders [Podcast]

April 6, 2020

Episode 103: Michael and Kathryn share their recommended communication strategy during times of crisis. If you have employees or clients that you are stewarding right now, knowing these 4 types of communication pathways will help you maneuver...

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...

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...

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...

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