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44 - Learning and Leading

Learning and Leading with Andy Rice | Episode 44

I recently sat down with former FCS quarterback and current Businessolver Outside Sales Consultant, Andy Rice. I was excited to learn that he’d be speaking at the upcoming Disrupt Milwaukee, an annual event I’m passionate about. Since the event theme this year is Being Human Centric in the Era of Digital Transformation, I was interested to get a “sneak peek”...
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Returning With Renewed Purpose – Episode 43

And… we’re back! A big thank you to all our listeners who were so supportive of our brief hiatus while we experienced significant business activity. We missed you and we’re thrilled to be back behind the microphone and eager to share.  Anytime you press pause on something it gives you an opportunity to have a new, fresh start. That’s what...
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Pressing Pause

Have you ever had an instance in your business, life, or relationships (or all of the above) where “you found yourself” on a break-neck fast forward twist that left you feeling like you needed to press pause? I totally get it. That’s exactly what we are experiencing here at Contracted Leadership and why we’ve made the necessary decision to press...
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The Big Social Media WHY for Business Leaders

Leaders often ask me why they should dive into the social media pool. “What’s the point?” is a question that comes up a lot. I get it. Most leaders are on tight timetables and already feel as if the number of “hats” they are wearing is at least one too many. The idea of adding social media posts and engagement...
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Improv, Insights, and the Power of Playing at 100%: Part 2

What a delight it was to have two special guests, Jennifer Javornik, and Sheila Robertson on the show. Both business professionals and masters of improv, I was simultaneously wowed, entertained, and intrigued by the complete out of the box lessons they had to share.  When most people think “improv” – they’re usually picturing dark theatre, minimal stage, wacky antics, and...
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