Understand your organization’s roles & structure, power & authority, and reporting relationships.
We’re fifty episodes in, and it’s that time again—this week we’re recapping season four. Jeff Kahler really gets his feet held to the fire as we tackle emails questioning his politics, inventions, and even his marriage and family life!
This week, Jeff Kahler fesses up to where he falls short with communication and provides sound tactical advice to make you a better leader and a more effective communicator while maintaining the trust of your team.
There are two general schools of thought when it comes to starting a new business: the “boot-strap” method or venture capitalism. However, no matter which way you go there will be a period where you just have to wait.
Let’s face it: everyone has insecurities. But what happens when those insecurities manifest at work? These “scarecrows” often make your most valuable team members want to leave! In this episode, Jeff Kahler interviews a friend of the show who was dealing with a scarecrow.
What better way to celebrate International Podcast Day than trying new foods and making a game out of it? The clock is counting down.
What does your decision-making process look like? There are logical steps to making wise decisions – but occasionally things still don’t work out. How can you feel confident about your business decisions?
If you budget your money, why don’t you budget your time? This week, Jeff Kahler discusses the difference between the urgent and the important.
Culture of Convenience has officially launched ten episodes! This episode, Jeff Kahler addresses questions and comments submitted by you–our listeners.
This week, Jeff Kahler takes a deep dive into building a culture of trust in your organization. We’ll talk about how trust is built over time and also what can be done today to bolster it.