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3 Signs of a Miserable Job [Podcast]

November 5, 2019

Episode 87: Michael and Kathryn debrief what they learned at a recent management workshop hosted by famous author and speaker, Patrick Lencioni. If you are a business owner, manager, or lead a team, discover the 3 critical things that will keep...

How to Lead with Integrity: With Guest, Guy Rodgers [Podcast]

October 29, 2019

Episode 86: Michael and Kathryn interview President and CEO of Pinnacle Forum, Guy Rodgers, about what it looks like for business leaders to persevere and grow in their leadership. If you are looking for some encouragement on how to lead and grow...

Busting the Work/Life Balance Myth with Guests, Rick & Linda Sbrocca [Podcast]

October 22, 2019

Episode 85: Michael and Kathryn interview business owners, Rick and Linda Sbrocca, about developing healthy company cultures. Rick and Linda specialize in business development with an emphasis in passion, proficiency, and profitability. Discover...

The Secret to Finding and Hiring a Good Consultant [Podcast]

September 3, 2019

Episode 78: Michael and Kathryn discuss the right way to find and hire a good consultant. Finding a consultant who can help your company (and who you actually like) can sometimes seem like an impossible feat... but it doesn't have to be. If this...

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...

4 Keys to High Performance [Podcast]

July 23, 2019

Episode 72: Michael and Kathryn cover 4 keys to high performance by Chick-fil-A®'s Mark Miller. If you want 4 simple ways to improve performance and tips for better leadership in your company, then this podcast episode is for you!

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