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Jordan Birnbaum
I don't believe in Twitter. I just believe in me.
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Jordan Birnbaum May 10
Thanks so much Tiffany! I appreciate it very much!
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Self-Determination May 1
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edkless Apr 17
New Advice Podcast with from excerpted from interview with . Have a listen! from
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Jordan Birnbaum Apr 15
And you a fantastic host! Thanks for the insightful perspectives and questions!
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Jordan Birnbaum Apr 13
Thanks Jeanie, and I agree about BE.
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Soul of Enterprise Apr 12
How many choices are too many? talks to us about jam (yes, jam...jelly...spread) and a story that can help you see the impact on your business.
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Jordan Birnbaum Apr 13
Thanks Steve! You may enjoy the white paper at
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Jordan Birnbaum Apr 12
I believed stuff mattered. Duh.
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Jordan Birnbaum Apr 12
The Watchers On The Wall
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Jordan Birnbaum Apr 12
Thanks to you both! That was great fun!
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ThinkLeader Apr 9
An interesting bit of info on how people choose services. Good tips for looking for new clients.
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PICPA Apr 7
On : of on gaining new clients with the help of behavioral economics
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Michelle Golden Mar 13
Interesting, engaging, and thought-provoking! Thank you & . We appreciate you at
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Joey Havens Mar 13
has resiliency yet every new hire and recent events move it and perceptions.
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Joey Havens Mar 13
What has happened most recently, most memorably and is most relevant affects an individual's perception of .
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Joey Havens Mar 13
shared on . Does your culture artifacts support your expoused ? have big influence on people choices about culture.
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Doug Sleeter Mar 12
How do you drive organizational change? Through organizational culture. I agree, but further, I believe "Change Management" doesn't work. People want LEADERSHIP
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Tom Hood Mar 12
Great session on Behavioral Economics from at
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Geni Whitehouse Mar 12
⁩ doing a great job for ⁦
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allison ryder Feb 27
Also cracking the code on coaching/feedback loops to net more productivity/engagement. has interesting thoughts here.
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