Business Mentoring Series — Trust Matters with Kory Kogon

Business Mentoring Series — Trust Matters with Kory Kogon
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The guest on the April edition of the Business Mentoring Show is Kory Kogon, Global Practice Leader for Productivity at FranklinCovey and author of the Wall Street Journal bestseller The 5 Choices: The Path to Extraordinary Productivity. Kory has been featured in numerous publications, including Inc, Forbes, Fast Company, and Investor’s Daily Business, for her research and work on time management, project management, and communication skills.

Every organization has to look at both character and competence. It’s not enough to have people who are highly competent but have poor character; you have to have both. Kory Kogon of Franklin Covey discusses why businesses should pay more attention to character and building a credible, trustworthy team, rather than having a disconnect between character and competence. In a small company with just a few employees, it is even more important not to get out of balance, when just one employee can infect the team and negatively impact results.

In this session, you’ll learn:

  • How Stephen Covey shone a spotlight on character and timeless principles
  • How applying natural laws leads to win-win results
  • Why focusing on character leads to long-term sustainable success

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Edwin Bevens

Edwin Bevens is the Head Writer and Editor for Tarkenton Companies, and the Editor of SmallBizClub.com. With a background in journalism and publishing, Edwin received a 2008 South Carolina Press Association Award for reporting. Developing, producing, and maintaining content across multiple websites, Edwin focuses on helping small business owners find the right match of voice, audience, and medium for every message.

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