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Skip Weisman focuses on helping organizational leaders improve their own leadership communication and interpersonal communication throughout their work environments. Skip does his work in a way that transforms teamwork, employee engagement, employee morale and motivation that generates high-performance and transformational results for his clients. Skip has also spent 20-years creating high-performing, high-morale work environments for 5 different minor league baseball franchises, including one that he built from the ground up to a $3 million business in just two years. After creating several championship organizations, Skip started to show CEOs how they can improve workplace communication using the same strategies championship sports teams practice. Through his work, Skip has discovered business leaders are unknowingly undermining company productivity and profits by permitting poor communication habits in their workplaces. Skip is the founder of http:yourchampionshipcompany.com and author of “7 Deadliest Sins of Workforce Communication.”
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28 episodes available. A new episode about every 11 days averaging 33 mins duration .