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The HaBO Village Podcast

How to Double the Productivity of Your Team - Part 2 [Podcast]

March 21, 2023

Episode 196: Michael and Kathryn outline proven ways you can invest in your team so ultimately, they become more productive. Discover how to strategically leverage the power of courses, trainings, book clubs and even personal development coaches. A...

How to Double the Productivity of Your Team - Part 1 [Podcast]

March 14, 2023

Episode 195: Michael and Kathryn discuss how to motivate your team the right way. Spoiler alert! You won't need to anger them or become a taskmaster to do it. If you've struggled to increase employee productivity while maintaining a healthy company...

Redefining Authenticity in Business [Podcast]

February 14, 2023

Episode 192: Michael and Kathryn share their definition of 'Authenticity' and how this fuzzy term is often hijacked in business today. You'll also discover the different stages of psychological maturity that business leaders need to evolve through...

3 Tips for Company Productivity [Podcast]

February 7, 2023

Episode 191: Michael and Kathryn share 3 tips for company productivity. It can be hard for business owners to learn to delegate as well as truly assess if their employees are in the best roles for their skills and talents. Help your employees thrive...

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'...

How Successful Companies Leverage the Power of Rhythms [Podcast]

July 12, 2022

Episode 177: Michael and Kathryn discuss the power of rhythms in business and life and how they help increase efficiency and decrease stress. Whether your leadership style is more spontaneous and free-flowing, or you've had systems and procedures in...

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