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This week, Kelly interviews Glenn Gautier of 2PLUS Communications, who shares first-hand experience with facing “bad news,” how he reframed it, and how it changed his outlook on business.
We’re continuing our Convenient Leadership series this week with special guest Mike Edwards. Mike is a 14-time Emmy award-winning filmmaker – but that success didn’t just happen overnight.
This week, Kelly interviews Ben Brown, who trains some of the country’s top marksmen at the nation’s largest outdoor gun range. Learn how Ben overcomes doubts and steps up to get the job done.
This week, we’re talking about comparison – something everyone deals with on an almost-daily basis. Our special guest, Lisa Kahler (who happens to be married to Jeff), gives practical advice on overcoming the comparison mindset.
It’s time for the Season 6 recap, and, as always, the questions and comments from our listeners never disappoint. This week, we put Jeff Kahler in the hot seat as he tries to answer life’s biggest questions.
Does fashion make or break your career? Does it even matter? In this week’s episode, Jeff Kahler discusses the clothes you wear and how it affects all areas of your career.
Sometimes, the only way to deal with a bad boss is by quitting a job altogether. But before you write your resignation letter, listen to Jeff Kahler share some great ideas about how to deal with a bad boss or bad leadership.
This week, Jeff Kahler talks about the real-life bad boss stories you submitted.
What better way to celebrate International Podcast Day than trying new foods and making a game out of it? The clock is counting down.
Responding and reacting may seem very similar, but they’re really two very different things. This week, Lisa from Big Fat Skinny Dish returns!
This week, we’re diving into the ten strategic elements that build a culture of convenience. Jeff Kahler explains the meaning of every element and how to effectively implement each into your business.
Studies show nearly 85% of college graduates with an autism spectrum disorder are unemployed. This week, Jeff Kahler asks: “Who?” “What?” and “How to do you bring these diverse assets to your team?”
What makes an outstanding leader? It’s a topic that has been debated at length. This week, Jeff Kahler breaks down three types of leaders – bosses, visionaries, and coaches…
Leadership begins with you, but negative thoughts could mean you’re setting yourself up for failure before you even begin.
Anyone can be hired to fill a position and retain a job, but the question is always: will they remain a loyal employee in times of discomfort or adversity?
Season 2 is drawing to a close, and we have been collecting your listener emails for another question and answer session with Jeff Kahler!
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?
Whether you like it or not, conflict – and therefore conflict management – is a part of life. This week, Jeff Kahler breaks down the difference between “peacemaking” and “peacekeeping.”
Internal conflict is the most common type of conflict in our lives. What can you do when the heart and brain are fighting one another?
Your people are essential to your business, but do some of them seem too “difficult” to deal with? This week, Jeff Kahler talks about those “difficult people.”