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The HaBO Village Podcast

The Power of Moments [Podcast]

June 12, 2018

Episode 45: Michael and Kathryn discuss Chip Heath and Dan Heath's book, The Power of Moments, and ways you can transform life's transitions, milestones, and pits into extremely powerful moments for your employees and company. Discover how to start...

Why Successful Leaders Do These 2 Things: Empower and Protect [Podcast]

June 5, 2018

Episode 44: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn discuss the primary job of any leader: to empower and protect. Discover how you can empower and protect those that follow you so that they can thrive and flourish. If you are a leader in any capacity-...

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...

Why You Shouldn't Overlook Your Company's Contribution and Legacy [Podcast]

April 5, 2018

Episode 37: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn dive into the definitions of contribution and legacy. If you've ever wondered what it truly means for you and your company to leave a legacy and make an impact in the world, give this episode a listen.

Recognizing Your Business's Blindspots [Podcast]

November 7, 2017

Episode 36: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn discuss what it means to have blindspots in your business. To get from point A to point B you need some kind of reference point. But what if that reference point is poor quality or out-of-date?...

Humanity in Business: Joe Polish's 9 Steps to Magic Rapport [Podcast]

October 17, 2017

Episode 35: In this episode, Michael and Kathryn give an overview of Joe Polish's 9 Steps to Magic Rapport. Improve the quality and longevity of your business relationships with these helpful tips. Gain insight into networking, your customer and...

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