Michael and Kathryn share their personal story and faith journey leading up to building HaBO Village and their Passion & Provision® training course for Business leaders. It's a very vulnerable and emotional episode, so get ready!
Michael and Kathryn discuss the 5 key components needed to craft your company's Vision. If you've heard the terms core ideology, BHAG, or Mission Statement kicked around, but have never had a clear grasp of their meaning, then this episode is for you!
Michael and Kathryn continue their interview with long-time friend and mentor, Terry Walling, who has worked in the field of Leadership Development for over 30 years. Discover why most business leaders struggle to transform themselves and their companies by giving this episode a listen. And be sure to check out Part 1 to get the full scope of Terry's wisdom when it comes to leadership transformation, coaching, and company culture.
Michael and Kathryn interview long-time friend and mentor, Terry Walling. Terry has a doctorate in Global Leadership Development and has worked as a teacher, coach, and is the president of his own company. He's published 5 books and has over 30+ years working in the Leadership Development arena. If you need master-level insight on how to transform your company and culture, give this episode a listen!
Michael and Kathryn discuss how the road to growing a business is commonly fraught with unexpected twists and turns. Your gut reaction is probably to sweep your business struggles and insecurities under the rug- so if you need a little encouragement today and some helpful tips for the future, this podcast episode is for you!
Michael and Kathryn reminisce on when they started their marketing company and discuss their big 'why'. If you've ever struggled to pinpoint your 'why' or had difficulty figuring out how to leverage it to influence your company, employees, and customers, then take a walk down memory lane with the founders of HaBO Village in this podcast episode.
Michael and Kathryn discuss the importance of understanding the basic fundamentals of finance, especially if you want to avoid potential business disasters. If you don't feel like you have a strong grasp of concepts like profit vs. cash flow, or if you are simply curious if your financial intelligence is up to snuff, be sure to give this episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn give an overview of Facebook Advertising and discuss why it's such a powerful marketing tool for your business. If you've been told that you need to advertise on Facebook, but have never had a clear picture of what that means, then give this podcast episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn discuss the concept of cognitive biases and break down how biases can interfere with your decision-making, how you lead your company, your communication, and your relationships. If you want to improve your work culture and grow your company, then this podcast episode is for you!
Michael and Kathryn warn against the danger of assuming your customers accurately know what they need. There's nothing worse than setting yourself (and your customer) up for failure from the get go. Sometimes a customer will say they need X, when what they really need is Y. Discover the best ways to suss out their true needs so that you can help them achieve their objectives and goals. Become a better Passion and Provision company by giving this podcast episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn share the best way to get more traffic to your website. Are you used to the inbound marketing strategies of 5 years ago that centered around blogging? Get up to speed with the most effective strategies for generating traffic by giving this episode a listen.
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 creating a company culture where your team feels affirmed and recognized for their achievements by giving this podcast episode a listen.
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- leading a team, managing employees, or running a company- then this podcast episode is for you!
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 your leaders accountable in this podcast episode.
Michael and Kathryn share the 11 most important Dos and Don'ts when it comes to video conferencing. If you've ever experienced a solo or team video conference call, chances are, you are guilty of at least one of these faux pas (if not more). Improve your video conferencing etiquette and help your team do the same by giving this podcast episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn share their experience from a recent conference they attended on the Future of Work. When we think about the future of work in our world, there are many areas to consider such as technology, health and wellness, giving and equality, and the hearts and minds of workers. Is your business staying on top of the latest trends? If you've ever wondered about the future of jobs and work in your industry, then give this podcast episode a listen.
Michael and Kathryn give a high-level definition of vision and discuss how it impacts areas of your business including Leadership, Marketing, Management, and Finance. If you've ever struggled to articulate your company's purpose or values, then this podcast episode is for you!
Michael and Kathryn discuss the 6 major areas of influence as described in Robert Cialdini's book, Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion. If you want more profit and joy in your company, need to improve your leadership skills, or want to turn your customers into raving fans, consider upping your persuasiveness game with these tips on influencing.
Michael and Kathryn discuss the demographic of current 18 to 35 year-olds, commonly referred to as 'Millennials.' Should you believe stereotypes that say every Millennial you encounter in the workplace is a narcissist with poor communication skills? Or should you take a step back and acknowledge that every generation over the past century needed time to mature and develop professionally? Give this episode a listen to get tips for how to think about and effectively work with younger generations.
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.