In this episode of Perfectly Obstinate People, Kathy Kolbe details the process of convincing people to believe her work was real before she ever sold an index. Listen in to gain insight into the trials and tribulations of being a theorist and the obstacles that must be overcome to turn an idea into a business.
Every high-level professional comes face to face with adversity - and they don't always walk away feeling like they won. In this episode of Perfectly Obstinate People, Kathy Kolbe shares her three biggest mistakes and how they have propelled her into the position she is in today.
In this episode of Perfectly Obstinate People, Kathy Kolbe shares her perspective of what it was like helping her father, E.F. Wonderlic, develop The Wonderlic Test - and how that led to Kathy developing a theory of her own.
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 have never imagined.
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 shares her management expertise.
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.