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Entrepreneurial Family Values with Meg Hirshberg
Explore the intersection of family and business in this insightful discussion with Dave Logan and Meg Hirshberg, aurthor of For Better or For Work: A Survivial Guide for Entrepreneurs and Their Families.
Take The Stairs with Rory Vaden
Learn how to fight procrastination and improve self-discipline so that you discover the tools to achieve greatness. Find out how these concepts can impact the success of your tribe. Rory promises there will be no quick fixes, but join us to see what the long-term solutions may be.
What's Your Type with Ginger Lapid-Bogda
Join Dave Logan and Ginger Lapid-Bogda, author and consultant, as they discuss how the Enneagram works and how it can become a powerful tool in your business. They will explore how each “type” is affected by their tribal stage, and how to bring the best out of those in your organization, and yourself.
Getting It: Learn More, Better and Faster with Devon Scheef August 2012
Think about it: Every day, you learn something new, whether it’s noodling around with a complicated app or honing the finer points of leadership. If you’re typical, you give each new endeavor 100% effort—but less than half the time, you end up not truly retaining the skills or lessons learned.
Lean Startup with Eric Ries June 2012
Join Dave Logan and the leader in the Lean Startup world, Eric Ries, for a call that explores where the principles of Tribal Leadership and Lean Startup complement, overlap, and conflict with one another – and much more. Are you a Tribal Leadership fan bringing a new product to market or a Lean Startup fan who wants to build a great, resilient organizational culture? This recording is for you.
Winning the Productivity Game with Dan Mezick June 2012
Play the game and love your work. Author and coach, Dan Mezick, joined Dave Logan for a rousing 60 minute romp through the games you can play every day to make work more productive, satisfying, and fun.MORE INFO
Tribal Scrum with Si Alhir April 2012
Run meetings that accomplish more in less time, by turning it into a Stage Four game. This method is easy to learn, gets immediate results, and reinforces Stage Four.MORE INFO