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CM147: “Are Millennials Good for Business?”

As it turns out, what Millennials want at work isn’t so different from what other generations have wanted, but what they bring to the workplace IS quite different, in many ways. So, are Millennials good for business? Join Kelly and Robby as they examine the latest research on the impact of Millennials in the workplace and try not to get sidetracked by a few good rants along the way.

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CM146: Is It A Waste Of Time To Understand The BOSS?

Is it worth it for Millennials to try and understand the BOSS? Join Kelly and Robby as they break down the over-generalizations and the bad communication that prevent Millennials and Boomers from connecting at work. And stay tuned until the end for a set of principles that can help Millennials maximize their success in the workplace.

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CM 145: Are Extroverts Better Leaders Than Introverts?

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There seems to be an assumption that extroverts are better leaders than introverts. But is that actually true? Join Kelly and Robby as they discuss our biases about leadership, what it looks like, and how leaders behave. More importantly, stick around as they share how the habits of great leaders can be cultivated by anyone with the discipline and desire to excel.

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CM 144: Are Employees Holding You Hostage?

CM144: “Are Employees Holding You Hostage?” LISTEN below, and SUBSCRIBE to the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher. If you’ve been working more than a couple of months, you’re probably aware of a problem employee. The prima donna. The bull-in-a-china-shop. The bad attitude. The ‘my-way-or-the-highway’ bulldozer. It seems like we’ve come to accept drama as a […]

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CM142: “The Source of Workplace Failure You Don’t Recognize”

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It’s too easy to simply dismiss emotional intelligence as something you are too busy to consider. After all, where is the return on investment for these so-called “soft skills??” That’s an easy question to answer, and the numbers are scary! EQ is vitally important to workplace success – especially for leaders!!

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