Monthly Archives: May 2019
Pete Mockaitis is a former Bain consultant who now coaches top executives in extreme productivity. He is also the host of the Be Great At Your Job Podcast.
HBDI® stands for Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument®. Here’s what it is, how it works, where it came from. The HBDI® is not about what you think, but it certainly is about the way you think. It's about thinking preference and how that varies in individuals.
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I recently interviewed Michael Hyatt for the LEADx Leadership Show, where we discussed his revolutionary productivity system that has helped more than 25,000 professionals achieve more by doing less.
Dr. Eric Frazer helps businesses identify, hire, and retain top talent by leveraging a unique blend of clinical psychology, positive psychology research, and proven step-by-step systems and strategies. He has spent the past two decades analyzing key human behaviors and drivers and implementing the latest psychology research. Organizations such as Cisco, Google, Berkshire Hathaway-New England Properties, and Yale University School of Medicine have benefited from his clinical and academic expertise to recruit, develop and retain high performing top talent. In his free time, Dr. Frazer practices challenging, focus centered sports such as climbing, in the "outdoor lab" to maximize his productivity in the workplace.
Bob Burg is the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Go-Giver series of books, a global keynote speaker, and was named Top 30 Most Influential Thought Leaders by American Management Association.
Jim Clifton is the CEO of Gallup and Jim Harter, PhD, is Gallup's Chief Scientist. They discuss their new book, It's the Manager.
Without strong trust, more interpersonal issues inevitably emerge, which become impediments to optimal team performance, and which naturally lead to increased staff and customer attrition. Operating with integrity fosters mutual goodwill and support, which lends to an improved sense of team spirit, mutual loyalty, cooperativeness, shared responsibility and team resilience. All of these team qualities lead to more mutually satisfying and enduring relationships between team members and between a company and its customers.
NY Times bestselling author, Kevin Kruse answers questions from business students in June Covington's Leadership and Motivation class at Chico State.
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