70-20-10 Towards Better Performance

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I’m currently working with a client that has me in training consultant mode. They brought me in thinking about training and development in the traditional way – everyone piled in a room to receive some training and after which, everyone walks away “trained” and the business problem they had going in is instantly solved because “they’ve all had training.” After …

Reboot

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I’m a guy who never shies away from an opportunity to re-invent myself.  In this instance, it’s less of a re-invention and more of an evolution of an old theme, if I can call it that.  Really what I’m doing is refining my thinking and positioning on an industry that I have been a part of for the past 17 …

Nature of Belief

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I was exploring the nature of belief with my co-host and friend @sarahbhunt today for an upcoming episode of the Havana Cafe Sessions podcast.  I think Robert Dilts does a great job breaking belief down.  I use the logical levels often when I’m working with individuals.  It’s also a good tool to use with teams especially if you use a …

Using HipChat to Collaborate and Build Culture

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I’m hooked on Hipchat – the communications platform designed specifically for business team chatting. It comes loaded with functionality to include group and private chat, file sharing, video calling, and screen sharing among others. And the beauty for me is being able to integrate HipChat with other popular business applications, like Gmail, Mailchimp, Trello and about 140 other applications. Here …