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The HaBO Village Podcast

Assessing Your Resiliency During a Crisis [Podcast]

July 28, 2020

Episode 116: Michael and Kathryn talk about the knowledge gaps of business leaders. Perhaps the current crisis has revealed some of your biggest vulnerabilities and has left you wondering if you truly have the resiliency to move forward. If you...

The Art of Small Business Hiring - With Guest, Kyle Gorman [Podcast]

July 21, 2020

Episode 115: Michael and Kathryn interview Kyle Gorman, Human Resource expert and Founder of Employer Blueprint, on the secrets of small business hiring, leadership, and developing healthy company cultures. If you've ever experienced a bad hire,...

Your Brand is Your Promise - With Guest, Ken Mosesian [Podcast]

June 23, 2020

Episode 113: Michael and Kathryn talk to Ken Mosesian, entrepreneur and author, about how business owners and brands can learn to keep their promises to their customers. So many of us struggle with the concepts of trust and integrity in work and...

When Your Business Faces Adversity - With Guest, Will Knecht [Podcast]

June 16, 2020

Episode 112: Michael and Kathryn interview Will Knecht, Chairman of Wendell August Forge, about the true story of his business's journey through hard times, including the Great Recession and a devastating fire. If you need some real-life advice...

How to Self-Assess Your Leadership in 2020 [Podcast]

June 9, 2020

Episode 111: Michael and Kathryn discuss the current climate in our nation and world, and share how you can reflect on your leadership right now in order to make healthy business and leadership choices that value humans and equality. If you are...

The 4 Components of Healthy Leadership Development [Podcast]

June 2, 2020

Episode 110: Michael and Kathryn answer the age-old question: How do you grow as a leader? There are 4 critical areas that if left ignored will cause a gap in your leadership growth. If you're feeling stuck and find yourself wondering what the...

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