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, and healing to many who have been hurt by harsh immigration laws.
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.
Elizabeth McNamee is a consultant and Life Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. Elizabeth is especially skilled in consensus building among diverse groups as well as in the development of solutions to complex health care issues. She truly understands the amazing potential of collaboration and how to get there.
Kathy Kolbe and, Harvard alumna, Kay Corbin go behind the scenes of the Harvard interview process. What kinds of things do Harvard interviewers look for in an applicant? The answers may surprise you.
Kathy talks with David Kolbe, CEO of Kolbe Corp. David explains the new "Takes Two" program for intimate partner relationships. They also discuss their own conative conflicts, respect, business ethics and the future of the Kolbe Theory.
Kathy talks with Sterling Loucks, Vice President of Dynamynd, Inc. about being obstinate in learning your way. She offers tips to help you memorize and access memories for learning at school and in the workplace.
In the last episode we talked about being obstinate in business. Now, join Brian Burkhart and Kathy Kolbe as they discuss the not-so business side of life. Is a flourishing personal life an indicator of a successful business life, or are the two truly separate?