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Five Slack Channels Every Team Needs

  Raise your hand if Slack has become your new best friend at work! ✋   Many of us are using Slack as our primary method of communication now that we work remotely. It serves as a way to keep in contact with our teams and is a great central hub for all...

Flexicution: Adapting your Strategy

  When we use the term flexicution, what do we mean? Simply put, flexicution is the ability to be flexible with our strategy in order to execute a new plan effectively!    As COVID-19 has radically changed the way that we work, flexibility is demanded. ...

Simple and Easy Tips for an Effective Icebreaker

One of the main goals of any event or gathering is for the audience to be engaged, right? Ice breakers provide an effective way to have your crowd interact and have fun before the main session of your event begins. They help us buy into the experience and ease any...

Cancel, Postpone, or Reimagine

Yesterday was a historic day in light of what’s happening in the world. Major sporting tournaments and seasons were suddenly canceled, theme parks closed, races postponed, and lifestyles were altered. The coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting the way that we, as human...

Episode 40: Be A Willing Follower

 “Willing followers are an enormous blessing to leaders." Regardless of our title or position, most of us spend the majority of our time as a follower. In this episode, Sean takes time to explain how followers' contributions are a huge blessing to leaders. Together,...

Episode 39: Go Slow to Go Fast

  “Sometimes you have to go slow, so that later you can go fast."   We all want to achieve our goals in our personal and professional lives as fast as possible! In this episode, Sean discusses four key steps for maximizing success and saving time in the long...

An Icebreaker for Every Event

Have you ever felt stuck when it comes to creating an engaging experience with your group because you felt hindered by the type of event you are putting on? We know that's a difficult place to be! We also know how it feels to sit in a chair at an event and feel no...

Episode 38: Establish A Relational Culture

 “Be aware of the way that you treat people, because it matters." The way you treat people matters not only in your business, but in your everyday life. This episode, Sean will discuss how leaders can be ice breakers or fire starters. What kind of leader do you want...

Celebrate the Little Things

Imagine a workplace that celebrated the smaller holidays like we used to celebrate them in elementary school. Many of us remember exciting days in school like Valentine’s Day, Halloween, and St. Patrick's Day. As a kid, we looked forward to the fact that the day would...

Episode 37: Avalanche vs. Glacier

 “In business and leadership, slow and steady wins the race every single time.” Many of us know what happens in Aesop’s fable of the tortoise and the hare. Sean takes a spin on that famous story in this episode as he discusses how leadership can be like an avalanche...

Escaping Mega-Cringe Icebreakers

What immediately starts going through your mind when you hear the word icebreaker?  Maybe it’s the dreaded question sequence “tell us your name, where you’re from, and share an interesting fact about yourself.” An interesting fact? What qualifies as an interesting...

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5 Ways for Your Team to Keep it Fresh

As workweeks go by there are always going to be days when your team feels unmotivated and stagnant.    Those feelings are completely normal and happen any time a routine gets old. However, there are ways to keep your team motivated and excited about the tasks...

Elevate Summit 2020 | The Recap

If we had to boil the Elevate Summit down to one word, it would be renewed.   Within the many topics covered and conversations had, we were all able to take something away with a renewed sense of purpose to incorporate in our own lives. With 8 hours of content,...

Looking Forward

Do you catch yourself saying, “remember when we used to do this?” or “things are so different now?” Frankly, it’s hard not to consistently think about the days when we could leave the house without a mask on or go into a crowded restaurant and not think anything of...