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The HaBO Village Podcast

Business Survival Tips in an Era of Anti Trust [Podcast]

January 10, 2023

Episode 189: Michael and Kathryn discuss the origins of the post-trust era and the 6 myths about trust that businesses need to overcome in order to survive and thrive. If you're struggling to grow your business and build positive company culture,...

The True Power of Training [Podcast]

December 20, 2022

Episode 188: Michael and Kathryn discuss the importance of training. Whether it's your own professional training or training the employees in your company, there's going to be an exponential return on your investment. If you feel like a 'generalist'...

Should You Care About Your Customers' Core Values? [Podcast]

December 7, 2022

Episode 187: Michael and Kathryn break down the market research results that uncovered the top 5 core values of their ideal customers. If you've ever wondered how your personal values and the values of your customers fit into your marketing, hiring,...

The Power of Your Unique Value - With Guest, Omar Zenhom [Podcast]

November 29, 2022

Episode 186: Michael and Kathryn interview Omar Zenhom, podcast host and business coach, about his entrepreneurial journey and the lasting impact of his $100 MBA show. If you need some encouragement today about how you can leverage your unique...

Can You Measure Your Ability to Make Good Decisions? [Podcast]

November 16, 2022

Episode 184: How well can you predict the future? Michael and Kathryn discuss how to measure your decision-making and strategic thinking capacity. Whether you need to hire people who are a right fit for your company, or want to improve the...

The 5 Core Areas of Effective Leadership [Podcast]

September 28, 2022

Episode 183: Michael and Kathryn outline the 5 areas that guarantee strong and effective leadership: Relating, Self-awareness, Systems-awareness, Achieving, and Authenticity. If you are curious about how your leadership skills rate when it comes to...

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