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Episode 243 – Gina Abudi – Positive Organizational Change / audio

Gina Abudi (@GinaAbudi on twitter) returns to talk with host Craig Price about positive organizational change. Change is hard, it can be scary for some and automatically rejected by others. Thankfully, Gina has written a new book Implementing Positive Organizational Change: A Strategic Project Management Approach to guide companies through change and create a culture where change is not only expected but embraced.  The two discuss engaging employees, creating stakeholder support committees and Gina’s new undertaking as a speaker.

From the book:  In today’s increasingly competitive global marketplace, organizations that do not regularly undertake change initiatives will find it difficult, if not impossible, to continue to be successful long term. This guide explains how to develop a continuous improvement culture of change that will be perceived by employees as a valuable opportunity instead of something negative to worry about and resist. It outlines a strategic project management approach for ensuring successful implementation and desired results, and includes mini case studies, tips, and practical examples.

You can learn more about Gina and her consultancy at http://GinaAbudi.com and buy her book Implementing Positive Organizational Change: A Strategic Project Management Approach via Amazon.

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2018 Calendar

Craig’s calendar for charity is now available! Every penny of profit goes to support Orangutan Outreach. Order yours today!

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Episode 236 – Phil Gerbyshak – Vengreso / audio

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Phil Gerbyshak (@philgerb on twitter) returns to discuss his new venture Vengreso and social selling. Have you ever partnered with another person to create a business? How about 6 others? Well that’s what past guest and friend of the show Phil Gerbyshak has done and he’s here talk about it.  The company is called Vengreso and they specialize in social selling training, with a focus on utilizing LinkedIn. The two discuss how LinkedIn is introducing video to their platform, when to connect and who you should connect to and why people who post still images as videos are jerks.

Vengreso works with business professionals to align marketing with sales to provide the needed mindset, skillset and toolset in digital and social media channels to enable you to engage online effectively, grow your network, build your personal brand, add value, attract buyers and achieve your sales and revenue goals. You can find them at…you guessed it: http://vengreso.com 

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Episode 235 – Jessica Pettitt – Good Enough Now / audio

Good Enough Now

Jessica Pettitt (@jesspettitt on twitter) returns to talk to host Craig Price about her new book “Good Enough Now“. Waiting for that perfect moment before starting something new often becomes just waiting around. Perfectionism is a fool’s errand and that’s why Jessica wrote “Good Enough Now: How Doing the Best We Can With What We Have is Better Than Nothing” because why wait? Craig and Jess discuss her new book, how we need to leave room for edits in our life and behavior as well as honoring our authentic selves.

In her breakthrough message, author and speaker Jessica Pettitt reveals the truth about how we can be the best versions of ourselves now! By being our authentic selves, we can immediately improve our companies, relationships, and communities.

Jessica’s new book is on sale now and you can hear just why you need it! You can learn more about Jessica at http://goodenoughnow.com

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Episode 230 – Jerome Wade – Performance / audio

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Jerome Wade (@JeromeWade on twitter) discusses performance with host Craig Price. Peak performance and Craig are rarely in the same neighborhood, yet that doesn’t stop him from wondering in awe how others lift themselves to higher levels. Together with Jerome Wade from Epic Advantage, the two discuss how to not red-line yourself by performing too high for too long, some key practices you can do to lift your performance and how we can live in the most productive society in history and still feel unproductive! Craig gives a pretty high performance interview this week so you should really listen!

Jerome can be found at http://www.epicadvantage.com/ 

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Episode 226 – Traci Brown – Body Language / audio

Body Language

Traci Brown (@TraciBrown37 on twitter) joins host Craig Price to discuss her 2017 Association of Legal Administrators Conference session on body language.

With Craig presenting 2 sessions – Leading from All Sides and Getting a Grip on Negativity – in Denver on April 4th, he wanted to make sure some other great speakers were showcased.  Traci talks to Craig about keeping body language in context, clues someone is lying and more. You can learn more about Traci at http://bodylanguagetrainer.com

CM30: How to Tell When Someone Is Lying

Wednesday, April 5 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM

Are you winning the game of Two Truths and a Lie? You play every day and don’t even know it. Detecting lies is crucial in business and life. Do you know if your clients really like your proposal? Do they like the job you did? Are they telling you the truth about their budget? Are they telling you all of their needs? Are the people you’re interviewing inflating their resume? And, most importantly, did your kids eat those chocolate donuts that were on the counter or did the dog? This program uses videos from current events to demonstrate techniques. To apply the learning, we’ll play Two Truths and a Lie.

Objectives:

  • Identify how to instantly tell if someone is lying.
  • Explain which lies are important.
  • Breakdown how to elegantly uncover the truth.

Audience Statement: This session assumes that participants have a working knowledge of communication techniques in the legal industry. No advance preparation is required.

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