Kevin Lorah

Building Character

Mar 25, 2020 By (Bio) No Comments

When your team has had a challenging or even winless season, it is not uncommon to hear, “It builds character.” Does it? Can losing one more close game somehow transform my inner self, my very being, to now be better? Character has multiple definitions and has been the focus of many quotes and inspirational slogans. […]

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Reinforcing Clarity – Rewarding & Recognizing

Nov 18, 2019 By (Bio) One Comment
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How much is it going to cost your organization to retain your best employee? What if you were told possibly nothing (in actual dollars)? Contrary to popular opinion, financial rewards are a satisfier, but not a driver. As a leader, you must provide compensation to allow employees to feel a sense of worth for the […]

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Who Must Do What?

Jul 15, 2019 By (Bio) No Comments
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Have you ever had someone say to you, “Oh, I thought you were going to do that”? Unfortunately, it is not an uncommon statement, whether it be at home, school, or work. The past five blogs have each addressed one of the “Six Critical Questions” Patrick Lencioni explores in his book, The Advantage. If the process is followed, […]

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