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Join the staff at High 5 as they explore the many components of Adventure and Experiential education. High 5 Adventure Learning Center is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to helping individuals, teams, schools, communities and businesses improve the way they live, learn and work together.
 
Leadership Coach, Trainer, and Speaker, Paul Grau, has never shied away from Leadership Challenges. For the past 40 years, including a 26-year career in the United States Air Force, Paul has guided thousands of leaders in developing their skills while leading some of the greatest teams. Great leadership habits and teams don’t just fall into place automatically, they are the result of tackling difficult challenges every day, while continuously learning and growing. By listening to the “Run To ...
 
How do you feel about your personal and professional life? Many people feel like they or their teams are stuck in a mediocrity trap. The question is how do you take where you are today and make it better and overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles to your success? Not only that, but how can you inspire your children or employees to do the same and become their best? In the Becoming Your Best podcast, Steve and Rob Shallenberger will help you uncover the principles of highly successful le ...
 
If you are looking to identify and develop your strengths and talents, take calculated risks and make decisions, The Strengths Revolution with Steve Morgan will help your personal development, as well as helping you support your clients, employees, teams and wider organisations. Knowing your strengths will also support positive risk-taking and decision making as part of good risk management.
 
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In this episode of Tinker Talk, the Training Team (Phil, Jim, Chris and Lisa) talk about the positives and possible pitfalls of using the same activities from group to group and how to respond to participants who have "seen this one before".By High 5 Adventure Learning Center.
 
Leaders Maximize Big Days! How are you maximizing your big days, and the big days for your team members?By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Are you one of the people from all around the world, wishing to live the American Dream? When you don't have much, there's a level of desire and persistence that evolves. As an immigrant born in India, Andrew came to the United States, with one purpose: to help and positively influence the people around him, and he’s done that for over 30 years ...…
 
Leaders Unify by Valuing Others.. but it is not always easy to ensure others know you value them.By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leaders add value to others... who add value to others... who add value...By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leaders should always point out the special moments with their teams... or the hugging moments.By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leaders Always Create Memories... but they may not always be great.By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leaders Always Mentor... today's episode discusses the challenge of mentoring and the importance of mentorship.By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Justin chats with Rich Keegan, High 5 Trainer, about his start in adventure programming, his great work with Dylan's Wings of Change and his love of our Executive Director, Jim Grout.By High 5 Adventure Learning Center.
 
It is important for leaders to remember past mistakes but not to dwell on them. Leaders should also remember special days.By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
A lot of times, when we think about improving our health and wellness it's easy to focus on the things that we put into our bodies - the liquids we drink, the food that we eat - but people often ignore the light that they are subjecting their bodies to. Companies are realizing that the blue light coming from the screens that we use every day, i ...…
 
Leaders Influence... Period! Sometimes it is positive; sometimes negative, but all leaders influence the people around them. Here are some things to ponder about your influence.By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leaders do not need the spotlight on them... they should point the spotlight towards their people.By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leaders should ask other people of faith for blessings; this may be challenging in today's society, but our faith is deeply rooted within us--it's a part of us!By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leadership is all about people, but what about investing? This episode tells you what leaders best investment is.By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leaders: Choose the people you hang around wisely... but how about your team members?By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leaders are Ladders... and it may not always be easy!By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Mistakes can occur in the work that we do and these can result in many different outcomes ranging from the more common; not meeting a group's needs, to the hopefully rare; physical injury. The Training team (Phil, Chris, Lisa and Jim) discuss mistakes they have made (real and/or perceived) in their careers and the significance of making them. T ...…
 
Leaders have a sense of humor... and can laugh at themselves at times.By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Each one of you has a significant influence on those around you, on your team and organization, your families, but how can you really build strong professional and personal relationships that thrive, and bring out the very best in the people that you work with? The answer is something that we call, “The Triad of a Relationship.” In this episode ...…
 
Leaders Add Value to Others... and yet it can be challenging at times. Here's a couple of tips to help you add value.By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
End of Summer is time to pause and reflect back on what you did good, bad, and learn for tomorrow.By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
The Best Leadership According to John Maxwell is...By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leadership Lesson from JMT - Intentionality should be a top priority when you face big opportunities... however, what if you do not know it is a big opportunity?By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
JMT IMC Leadership Takeaways - Positive Energy can be difficult to maintain; however, you may play more of a role than you once thought.By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Alicia talks with Phil about making Summer Camp a full-time career, the benefits of professional training and tiny tiny pocket horses. Learn more about Fernwood Cove here: www.fernwoodcove.comBy High 5 Adventure Learning Center.
 
Leadership Lesson from the GEICO Camels... Are you taking things personal?By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
How is your language impacting the outcomes in your life? There are so many things that we get into the habit of saying in “the negative.” Small, unconscious things such as shifting your language to, “I can’t do this,” to “I CAN do this,” can make a world of a difference. If you change your language, you will change the outcomes that you experi ...…
 
Leadership Lesson from GEICO Commercials... The Collect CallBy Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leadership Lesson from the GEICO Possum.. are you providing enough resources to your team members?By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leadership Lesson from the GEICO Caveman... is your training "easy enough for a caveman to do"?... Should it be?By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leadership Lesson from the GEICO Woodchuck... what assumptions and stereotypes you have?... and don't worry... we all have them!By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leadership Lessons from the GEICO Scapegoat... are your people empowered enough to make "no-brainer" decisions?By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Warm weather months often result in our calendars filling with programming which can lead to staff having low energy. The Training team (Phil, Chris, Lisa and Jim) talk about how they manage their energy levels during the busy training seasons and when the weather may not cooperate.By High 5 Adventure Learning Center.
 
What steps are you taking to impact the world? All through time, humankind has made groundbreaking discoveries, accomplishments, and inventions that transform life. Each of these accomplishments is a result of individuals and groups of individuals that all share similar traits and practices that produce high performance and overall excellence. ...…
 
Leadership Lessons from the GEICO Squirrels... you may be getting in your team member's way!By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leadership Lessons from GEICO Commercials - The Spy!By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leadership Lessons from Dr. Seuss and Horton... do you hear your people? Do you listen to what they are saying?By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leadership Lessons from Dr. Seuss... The Places You'll Go are not always fun and easy!By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leadership Lessons from The Lorax... one of the most valuable lessons leaders can learn!By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Mark shares with Phil his story about the transformative power of experiential learning, his thoughts about the future of the industry and how ducks have the ability to detect vegans. www.playmeo.comBy High 5 Adventure Learning Center.
 
Leadership Lessons from Dr. Seuss... it's Wacky Wednesday!By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Done correctly, marriage is so much better than being alone. Is there a risk that things won’t work out? Can you do a do-over, if they don't? Well, of course! But it is worth the risk. On today’s episode, I want to celebrate my 45th Wedding Anniversary with you, by sharing 6 essential things that I strongly believe have worked in my relationshi ...…
 
Leadership Lessons from the Dr. Seuss book "It's Not Easy Being a Bunny" are to be authentic to yourself... bring out the best that's within you; develop your strengths and positive characteristics daily.By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Leadership Lessons from Dr Seuss; Answering Questions you do not know can be a big challenge... however, it could also be a great opportunity to grow with your team members.By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Long Drive; Wasted Time?... well, it does not have to be. Here are some tips to fill all that wasted time in your day.By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Navigating Leadership in the midst of all the technology around us... here's the core of leadership and how to win even with all the technology.By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Navigating Leadership through difficult decisions can be challenging. Today we talk about where those decisions come from and how you can help others.By Paul Grau, Jr.: Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker.
 
Phil Brown, High 5 Lead Trainer, gives 3 tips that could improve your belaying.By High 5 Adventure Learning Center.
 
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