We are happy to announce the Finalists for the 2021 Kolbe Professional Awards, and thank you to all who were nominated and applied for consideration.
Knowing the strengths of those you lead is essential. Great leaders know how to get the most out of the people they’re leading. Using the Kolbe Index and working with us makes that process much faster and takes some of the guesswork out of it.
When you first discover the power of Kolbe and instinctive strengths, it’s an exciting time!
Everybody on the team gets their 4-number Kolbe A™ Index result and starts comparing bar charts. Each person begins to identify their conative strengths and how they can be more productive, and the whole team starts to combine their talents and work better together.
If you’re leading a team, you’re probably always looking for ways to increase productivity and work more effectively. Here we explain what are the different assessments available to you and what each one covers.
“There’s never been anything as simple, as practical, and as foundational that you can physically act upon in your business without a manual.” Find out how Dan and Terry Aberhart have used the power of Kolbe and conation to grow a family farm into multiple businesses.
Kolbe Corp Runs on EOS®, and we are integral to the People Component™ of the model. Using Kolbe Indexes and our comprehensive system immediately gives you actionable advice to build high performing teams, supercharge individual performance, and bring the right people into your organization.
One key to success is understanding your own strengths and what you need in your physical environment in order to do your best work.
Use the information below to make working on a virtual team better for you and your co-workers as well. If you are in a leadership position, use the tips to provide the resources necessary for others to thrive when working remotely.
Hutton Henry (2-2-9-5), CEO of U.K. consulting firm, Beyond M&A, has had a momentous 14 months. Since becoming Kolbe Certified™ he has launched a book, been a featured speaker at Kolbe’s Conation Nation Symposium, and continued the crusade for a people-first approach to mergers and acquisitions.