Kimberly Kane is the President and CEO of Kane Communications Group, an award winning communications firm that works closely with executives to develop organizational communication frameworks and strategies that define brands, build reputations and inspire business results. Kimberly’s team will help you conduct research, define your brand, design your communication infrastructure and develop your strategic communications plans. Kimberly’s team is your trusted partner who understands your business goals and who creates intelligent communications programs that inspire sustainable results.
Mike and Kimberly cover a ton of great stuff in this episode like the impact of high expectations versus being average has on your quality of life, what setting the bar high means to her, the importance of core values and how to operationalize core value values consistently into a company, why her father raised her and her twin sister only playing boy sports, the connection of positive reinforcement and action, asking really tough questions, and much more.
Books mentioned: The E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber
Concept Mentioned: Simon Sinek – Starts With Why Ted Talk Youtube Video
And now here’s Kimberly Kane.
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