Sometimes the most important feedback is the hardest for us to hear. I have learned a simple way to give difficult feedback to someone who is defensive or resisting. How can you say such a thing! My wife and I have been very happily married for over 25 years but have also had our challenging […]
With roughly 12,000 unique visitors each month, Actionable Books is a leadership site that offers tips, advice, and book reviews. They requested a Q+A with Michael about Kurt Lewin, resilient relationships and “heat”. The interview is below…
Host Barry Moltz hears from Michael about resiliency in business relationships and what to do if you find yourself in a relationship where you are giving more than you get. Learn how to go From Breakdown to Breakthrough. Listen now.
Hear Michael’s interview with Jim Beach at School For Startups Radio
Michael talks with the host of the “How To Be Awesome At Your Job” Podcast about forging resilient business relationships.
The business world is awash in technologies and tools that promise to enable us to work smarter, faster, more productively, and with more people — whether they’re colleagues across the company or around the world. Many new technologies are pegged as collaboration solutions or communications tools — like video and web conferencing, instant messaging, file […]
Michael Papanek talks with Joe Dager about forging resilient business relationships. Dager is the president of the Business901 Podcast and is heard in approximately 160 countries. Hear their exchange.
Heard in over 100 countries, Onward Nation is a podcast that provides business owners with the strategies and tactical step-by-step “recipe” that will help anyone make their business more systematic and successful. Michael talks with Stephen Woessner about Papanek’s new book, From Breakdown to Breakthrough, in this insightful podcast.
On KSVY Morning Show, Michael talks with hosts Marcia Macomber and Jeanne Allen about the importance of strong, flexible and fair business relationships. Listen to the podcast.
Brainstorming’s highest value is not in producing the greatest number of ideas, but in (1) generating creative and innovate ideas, and (2) creating ownership for implementing those ideas. Marc Andreessen’s “Quote of the Week” last week was “Why brainstorming is a bad idea.” Andreessen quoted Frans Johansson’s book, The Medici Effect: “…In 1958…psychologists let groups […]
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