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They Said What?! Cell Phone Etiquette for Public Places and Work Spaces [Podcast]

December 3, 2019

Episode 91: Michael and Kathryn share humorous personal stories about cell phone and other workplace etiquette. If you've ever witnessed uncouth cell phone behavior in a public or work space, you will enjoy giving this episode a listen.

Why Vulnerability is a Gift [Podcast]

October 15, 2019

Episode 84: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn talk about the concept of vulnerability and why it's actually a gift for business leaders. If you need some encouragement when it comes to opening up to others and want to understand how being...

How to Keep a Healthy Mindset [Podcast]

September 24, 2019

Episode 81: Michael and Kathryn recover from a spilled cup of hot coffee and share thoughts and tips on how to keep a healthy mindset in life and at work. If you feel stuck or like your emotions have been getting the better of you lately, then...

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...

Mad Scientist Leader? It's Time to Grow! [Podcast]

May 29, 2018

Episode 43: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn dive into what it means to have a 'mad scientist' leadership style and the reasons why it can be unhealthy for you and your company. Get insight on how to grow, develop trust, and hold yourself and...

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...

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