Bill Darpino is a coach for Superhero Sidekick Coaching.Bill is an expert event planner and orgainzer. He talks about planning, leadership and inspiration. Leading volunteers is an art and a science, but most of all, it's a joy to lead people toward a great cause! Culture development is the key.See more about Bill at www.superherosidekick.com
Joe Baker and Bill Darpino present on the foundations of branding.
Benjamin KennedyWith more than 10 years of experience in Colorado Springs Benjamin Kennedy is one of the most knowledgeable and successful realtors in the region. Focused on the mid to high-end custom homes market, Benjamin works closely with each client to ensure the buying and selling experience is curated to the client's lifestyle.Benjamin believes there is no substitute for great customer service and attention to detail. Benjamin is proud to currently house his license with ERA Shields.Our VisionCurating your Colorado Springs lifestyle, Benjamin Kennedy Real Estate is committed to excellence. We dive in with each client to guide and coach them to either
Why Do We Make So Many Wrong Conclusions?Heuristics - Instinctual Conclusions Prioritizes Efficiency before Certainty1. Binary Based Conclusions· Black & White, True or False, Yes or No· If it's what I see, it must be· Based on subjective observation· Downside - Not everything is as it seems, most things don’t fall into extremes,2. Convenience Based Conclusions· Bias Alignment fits with what you already want to believe.· Does it agree with my presuppositions?· Based on subjective opinion.·
Joel and Joe talk about habits.Our habits determine most everything we do. The cues in the world that spark us either move us into a common familer patterns of response or challenge us to rethink our response to begin a new more healthy pattern of response.
Joe and Joel talk a bout the 4:8 Principle."Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things." Phil 4:8 NIVTrue - Reality, the way things really are.Noble(Honerable) - Holding principles of higher charactor.Right (Just) - Justifiable correctness.Pure - Uncompromised, unadulterated.Lovely - Abundantly beautiful.Admirable - Deserving of respect.Excellent - Outstanding, distinguished, set apart.Praiseworthy - Deserving of admiration and acknowledgement."Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me—put it into practice. And the God of peace will
Joel and Gred talk about the art of creating a great culture in the workplace.People will always differentiate the great cultures from the poor."Culture is an aroma that people will pick up immediately."What does a great culture include?A great vision of engagement People with a great atttitude. Only 32% of all workers really enjoy their work.An engaged workplace is a joyful workplace. Fun doesn't cut it long term.Engagement creates opportunities.A cross-section of our average workplace in the US.30% are engaged and experiencing joy in their work (investors)50% are present and performing, but not growing (traders)20% are unsatisfied and passively compromising or actively
Ryan, Miller is the president and co-owner of Farmers Hen House in Kalona, Iowa. Farmers Hen House began in 1997 and has grown from 3 farms to almost 60. They have about a million hens and distribute all across the country. Character and Integrity in the WorkplaceIntegrity – Wholeness or Authenticity. Soundness of Structure.Character – “Character is a collection of individual choices and actions that create a portrait of who you really are.” Greg Gilbaugh - Letting Good Things Run Wild“In order to describe and evaluate character and integrity, there must exist a standard for us to make a proper evaluation”
Farrell's eXtreme Bodyshaping’s founder and CEO, Lance Farrell, is a sixth-degree black belt with one mission: to inspire people to live with power and purpose.Lance serves his customers through extreme support, extreme encouragment, extreme accountability and extreme results. Lance, Joe and Joel talk about the importance of scorekeeping. Keeping score on a daily basis provides the starting point. Creating a baseline for personal accountability is a must."It's hard to know where you are going if you don't know where your at" www.extremebodyshaping.comwww.superherosidekick.com
Joel and Greg discuss the do's and don'ts to establishing effective meetings in the workplace.What needs to be in place to have an effective meeting?Purpose - There needs to be a clear purpose with desired results.KPI - Keep People InformedQuestion - What needs to happen to be satisfied with the results of our meeting?Hearding Cats- Allowing multiple agenda's to take place simultaneouslyWhat types of meetings are there?One on One - Coaching people and there needs, eaching, correction, problem solvingSmall Group Meetings - Senior leadership, planning, brainstorming, stratigic, establisishing common expectations or calibration.Owner/Leadership meetings - Marketing, finances, collaboration of entities.superherosidekick.conjoelsmithcoach.comdrgreggilbaugh.com