Corporate Toolbox: 5 Essential Tools to Succeed in Business
In Corporate Toolbox, Brent Richardson shares the five skills needed for corporate success: communication, time management, self-awareness, people skills, and a willingness to learn. Each tool is linked to previous episodes.
New Job Success: The 3 Key Areas That Define Your Success in the First Year of a New Job
New Job Success focuses on the three key areas that will make or break you in your first year in a new position: learning, networking, and executing.
In Conflict Resolution, podcast host Brent Richardson walks professionals through the three stages of resolving a dispute: gathering information, refocusing on the problem statement, and peaceful follow-up.
How College Failed Me
How College Failed Me focuses on the pros and cons of university education. The discussion includes: what universities fail to teach, how to supplement your education, and what you miss out on if you skip the college experience.
Office Pranks: An April Fools’ Salute To Our Favorite Practical Jokes
Office Pranks focuses on Brent Richardson's favorite practical jokes and explains how gags and tricks can be used to increase inclusiveness on a team.
Networking for Introverts
"Networking for Introverts" offers tips and tricks to help introverted people learn how to network more effectively.
Why am I here? Finding Purpose Beyond Your 9-to-5 Job
Why am I here? focuses on finding the bigger purpose beyond a person's 9-to-5 job. In this episode, Brent and Jamie talk through roadblocks and common missteps people make when looking for the "why" of their life.
Small Business Regrets, Scaling & Time Management: A 6-Month Check-in With Brett Boyd
Small Business Regrets, Scaling, and Time Management centers on a 6-month check-in with Integrity Garage Door and Gate owner Brett Boyd. Listeners get honest commentary on the ups and downs of a young business.
When To Quit Your Job: How To Know When To Stay And When To Go
"When To Quit Your Job" focuses on the signs of when it is time to consider a transition versus when you may be better off staying in your current role and making it work for you.
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