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If you’re a manager today, the difference between you and someone else is going to be your ability to lead, develop, manage and retain
Progress, not perfection. Welcome back, everybody! I hope you’re having a fantastic day, wherever you are right now. Today’s episode is all about you
The number one reason people leave their managers is they say they’re not listened to. They’re ignored. – Oscar Trimboli Hey everyone! Welcome back
Truth is the chiropractor of the mind. Hey everyone! Welcome back to the show. Today’s topic is a really important one that either impacts
Don’t play small. Give yourself permission to play bigger. You can do it. Recognize what your zone of genius is; figure out what you
Often we hesitate around difficult conversations, not because we’re scared of the scary conversations; we’re just not clear on what we want. – Michael
Be yourself, because everyone else is taken. – Chris Tabish Hey everyone! Welcome to the very first episode of 2020. Today’s guest is Chris
Welcome to the show, everybody! Today we talk about how to supercharge your management skills with the co-founder of Fellow.app, Aydin Mirzaee. Aydin is
Listening and hearing and providing feedback is the most critical to building coalescence or agreement in a group. – Ken Tencer Welcome to show!
A lot of people say, “I’m comfortable with investing in people and paying them market rates and all this kind of crap” – I
Always listen. – Edwin Frondozo Hi everyone! Today we talk about the importance of lifelong learning for new leaders with Edwin Frondozo. Edwin is
Get to the point where you actually are confident enough in your team, in your decision-making prowess, in your ability to consider failure, to