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On this episode of Perfectly Obstinate People, Kathy Kolbe explores the overlooked and underutilized facets of the Kolbe Theory - explaining the history and value behind the Kolbe B(™) Index and Kolbe C(™) Index. Tune in for insight into how you can maximize the value you bring to others in your consulting work. For more information on the products…
 
On this episode of Perfectly Obstinate People, Kathy Kolbe begins to shift the direction of conversation towards the intricacies of the Kolbe Theory and how an advanced understanding of such can help you utilize the full potential of what you have learned. This episode provides insight into what you have already learned and what is yet to come. Tun…
 
When people are upset, the words they use rarely identify the issues and needs at the heart of the problem. Listen in to this episode of Perfectly Obstinate People to learn how Kathy Kolbe is able to get past the initial emotions of conflict with just one question. For feedback and questions, Kathy can be found at: https://twitter.com/KathyKolbe ht…
 
Implementing management theories is much more complex than what meets the eye. Many of the theories popularized in the early to mid 1900s were far from perfect. Crucial factors that explain faults in these theories can be put to rest by simply understanding the conative part of the mind. In this episode of Perfectly Obstinate People Kathy Kolbe sha…
 
On this episode of Perfectly Obstinate People, Kathy Kolbe gives insight into how she never wanted to be a business woman but could not stop herself from pursuing her passion - proving creative equality among all human beings. Which, led to her building a company around that idea. Gain insight into how a passion could take you to places you would h…
 
In this Episode Of Perfectly Obstinate People, Kathy Kolbe shares a conversation with team member Justice Keane about the proper ways to treat people who initiate in one of the four different conative zones. Listen in to gather a new perspective on how to work, interact, and connect with people who all have different ways of accomplishing things.…
 
Michelle Peacock is an art teacher at Saguaro Highschool. She is extremely unique because she has implemented Kolbe Theory in her classroom. This means that every student learns about their natural strength and amazing contributions that they can make in the world. In this episode, Michelle and Kathy Kolbe discuss the conation behind Art and how it…
 
Claire and Charles Tietgen share the life saving impact that came from learning Claire's M.O. In school, Claire battled against a learning disability and being bullied which lead to her attempting suicide. Through being obstinate, Claire took control of her natural abilities and turned her life around. Now she shares with other students and schools…
 
What was your high school job? For Jack Kolbe it was being a self-taught music producer. Instead of flipping burgers he was getting paid to produce music. This week you will get a behind the scenes look at how Kathy's grandson, Jack, went from sitting in his room “messing around” making music to producing music with hundreds of thousands of worldwi…
 
Emily Melious and Kathy Kolbe discuss the difficulties her son is facing in today's school system and some great advice to help him succeed. Emily is the founder and CEO of Launch Consulting (www.launchconsulting.io). Emily is passionate about empowering people and companies to thrive. Drawing on her expertise in HR, People Analytics and the Kolbe …
 
Kathy Kolbe interviews Yael Balbuena Basto, a bright, student advocate, and DACA recipient. Yael was born in Mexico but moved to the U.S. at the age of 4. Although he calls it home, his journey has been filled with many obstacles in life and education. Aliento is an organization that is undocumented and youth-led. They offer education, internships,…
 
Kathy interviews her grandson, CJ Bruske, a true Facilitator. CJ explains what life is like as a Facilitator by bringing up examples from past experiences. They discuss the great impact facilitators have, even though most of their efforts go unnoticed. Show Notes: 0:00 Intro 00:41 Facilitator CJ Bruske 02:00 What is it like to be a Facilitator? 06:…
 
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