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Relatable Leader

This podcast is produced to support the success of supervisors and managers. This content is also useful for people who strive to promote to a leadership position, because the time to start behaving like a leader is BEFORE you fill a leadership position. Listen to determine your path from job, to career, to passion - and evolve your leadership skill set by applying the knowledge and tools provided here. 

This is your behind the scenes access to coaching that supports your leadership. Thousands of participants have already benefited from Catherine Goggia's unique delivery of practical information and humorous style. This is not fancy trainer talk: this is down-to-earth outreach based on real-life work place experiences. 

Catherine has facilitated more than 5,000 presentations. She holds two international training certifications: one from Development Dimensions International and the other from Achieve Global. She earned a Job Performance Coach certification from the Fowler Wainwright Institute. 

Catherine taught college level Business Communication and Employee Readiness courses for 15 years. She has been a professional trainer for more than 25 years. Employees and students tell us her courses changed their lives for the better, and her evaluations consistently rate her as an engaged and motivational speaker. 

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If you know anyone getting ready to start college, or even at a crossroads in life trying to put things back together in a positive way, I encourage you to give them my book, From Average Student to Academic Rock Star! This is my foundational college orientation available on Amazon in paperback. Set up like a workbook with action steps, this information has helped thousands of people get their goals on track. Some readers are purchasing it as a gift, and then deciding to keep it for themselves because of the life lessons addressed in the book.  Check it out on Amazon!

From Average Student to Academic Rock Star!

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Aug 14, 2019

"The ONLY way to generate enduring profits is to build the kind of work environment that attracts, focuses, and keeps talented employees." from The Service Profit Chain. Listen and develop your action plan and employee survey to measure your organization's effectiveness at keeping "A" players engaged.

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Aug 9, 2019

In this episode I answer 2 questions: "How should I respond to an employee who always plays the victim?" and "How much time should I spend listening to an employee who can't focus because of drama in their personal life?" I also share how I recently used time lapse video to highlight employees and their...

Jul 19, 2019

Your organization cannot afford too many people who play the role of victim or too many people who talk about what could or should be done, but who don't execute action plans in a timely manner. This episode provides some self-assessment questions you can ask to ensure you hold yourself accountable for outcomes, and are...

Jun 28, 2019

Training is expensive. When we take time to train employees who then quit, it gets VERY expensive. Many employees quit because they don't excel quickly enough to feel valued by their supervisors and managers. Or, they don't feel engaged because without being given higher levels of work, "busy" work is shoved on them....

Jun 20, 2019

When was the last time you had an entire day to yourself to do or not do whatever you wanted to do or not do? Even though we have the weekend to, in theory, take a break, many of us don't take a break because that's the time to hurry up and accomplish all the things we didn't have time to take care of during the week....