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“One of the most enlightening realizations of my professional career.” Audrey Cannata was a schoolteacher for seven years. In her eighth year, she hit a wall. “I couldn’t do it anymore,” she realized. “I was […]
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.
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.
Jason Cupp is the 2017 winner of Kolbe Corp’s Professional Award for Conative Excellence. Cupp was one of four finalists for the award, which honors distinguished leaders for applying conative theory to identify people’s natural strengths through consulting work.
What do knitting circles, talent assessments and laughter have to do with team member engagement?
For La Macchia Enterprises (LME), these are all part of a company culture focused on the unique strengths of each team member.