Archive for Performance

Todd Durkin’s Year-End Advice for Executive & Entrepreneur Athletes!

Todd Durkin’s Year-End Advice for Executive & Entrepreneur Athletes!

It’s not enough to bring experience and expertise, more and more I’m seeing that besides having the talent to lead people to performance, my executive clients need to manage their energy within demanding roles. That means eat right, sleep enough, use your vacation time and…

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Do YOU Have What It Takes to Achieve Five Star Excellence?

This issue of the High Performance Leadership Podcast is: “Do YOU Have What It Takes to Achieve Five Star Excellence?” Podcast Length = 11 minutes, 36 seconds.

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Make Your Success Trajectory Foolproof

This issue of the High Performance Leadership Podcast is “Make Your Success Trajectory Foolproof” Podcast Length = 8 minutes, 31 seconds.

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Flashback: Management vs. Leadership

This issue of the High Performance Podcast is a flasback from one of our popular webcasts, looking at the aspects of Management vs. Leadership

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Do You Have Competing Commitments?

This issue of the High Performance Leadership Podcast is about competing commitments.

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Performance Reviews Stink?

This issue of the High Performance Leadership Podcast is about performance reviews.

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Prioritization vs. Time Management

This issue of the High Performance Leadership Podcast is about prioritization vs. time management.

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The Experience Economy

This issue of the High Performance Leadership Podcast is about the experience economy.

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Are You Regularly Playing to Your Strengths?

During research for his book, “Now, Discover Your Strengths”, Marcus Buckingham asked this question; “At work, do you have the ability to do what you do best every day?” He reports that only 20% of the people responded “strongly agree”. He also points out that…

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Not Everyone Can Be an ‘A’ Player

It’s a harsh reality, but it’s true. The first indicator of quality talent is desire — not intelligence. I’ve seen people who are not the smartest, who are not most strategic, who are not the best strategic thinkers, but who kick butt everyday because of…

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