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Kevin Eikenberry
Works at The Kevin Eikenberry Group
Attended Purdue University
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It might sound strange to say that there is a problem with familiarity – after all, establishing this helps us to work better together as a team, communicate better and have fewer conflicts. And yet…in the video below, I’m discussing how we have to be…
Familiarity is great for many reasons but along with it come many pitfalls that we can fall into because of it. Watch this video to avoid these!
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By Bill Treasurer Maybe you don’t love the title of the book. (For the record, the author got agreement from his mother to use the A-word. She said, “Let’s be honest, Bill, ass isn’t really much of a swear word.”) Whether you love his word choice, or not,…
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When you read the two words “book report”, it might take you back to school, in front of your fellow students, with your knees knocking, scared stiff and trying to remember the title of the book and hoping you can survive until the teacher tells you you…
Here is a simple a vehicle that you can use to encourage your team to learn, share that learning, and have fun doing it.
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Like most companies, the Dwyer Group has an official mission statement and vision; however, unlike most companies, they also have a Code of Values that each employee is urged to know and follow by heart. (Associates even carry a Code of Values card so…
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We spend a lot of time on the BIG decisions in our lives – our jobs, where to live, who to spend our lives with… And while these are obviously significant and extremely important, these aren’t the only important decisions we are making. In fact, the daily…
Check out today's video and commit to thinking about these five daily decisions for a more fulfilling and successful life.
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By Greg Steinmetz Before I read this book, I might have had a couple of guesses at the richest man who ever lived; but I wouldn’t have guessed Jacob Fugger. The author makes the assertion based comparing a person’s net worth to the size of the economy he…
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Anytime I am with leaders (which is most days), I will get asked some version of this question: “How do I get my team members (or a specific team member) to do x?” It is framed as a question about coaching, and is either asked from a genuinely curious…
Anytime I am with leaders (which is most days), I will get asked some version of this question: “How do I get my team members (or a specific team member) to do x?” It is framed as a question about coaching, and is either asked from a genuinely curious perspective or from a semi-sarcastic, resigned-to-defeat …
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For over 30 years, Arbinger has dedicated themselves to researching and exploring the power of mindset and understanding human motivation. In this episode, Jim Ferrell explains the difference between inward and outward mindset and shares some of their…
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It’s not the most common comparison, but believe it or not, your thoughts and sheep herders have a few things in common. Don’t believe me? Check out the video below! Tweet it out: Be attentive to your thoughts, because they predict your future. via…
It's not the most common comparison, but believe it or not, your thoughts and sheep herders have a few things in common. Don't believe me? Check out the video below!
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By Austin Kleon The subtitle of this short book filled with images, handwritten notes and more is: 10 things nobody taught you about being creative. Just looking at the book will make you smile and will likely make you feel a bit more creative. But if you…
Steal Like an Artist is a guide whose positive message, graphic look and illustrations, exercises, and examples will put readers directly in touch with their artistic side.
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I recently read this question somewhere, and it stuck with me. The more I thought about it, the more convinced I was that it is a valid question for us to ask as individuals and as leaders. Are you playing offense or defense? Like in sports, where you can…
While the title might suggest a sports question, this is very much a question that all leaders need to be asking and considering to help make them more intentional and successful.
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Leading during a time of change often comes with much resistance, which brings many challenges to move forward. If you’re struggling with leading change, join change advisor, speaker, and author, Rick Maurer as he reveals his change model, the “Energy…
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Every person, and every organization, has extraordinary potential. We provide organizations, teams and individuals with the tools to transform their potential into results.
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I am an author, speaker, trainer, consultant, facilitator, business owner, Chief Potential Officer  (of The Kevin Eikenberry Group) leader, husband, father, son, brother, friend, Purdue Graduate, reader, and learner. I am also a Boilermaker fan, farmer's son, tractor collector (yes, the real ones), auction lover and optimist.

I am a regular contributor to SmartBrief,, Inside Indiana Business, Top Sales World and Business Management Daily. 
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I am the author of From Bud to Boss: Secrets to a Successful Transition to Remarkable Leadership, Remarkable Leadership: Unleashing Your Leadership Potential One Skill at a Time, #LEADERSHIPTweet, and Vantagepoints on Learning and Life. I was recently named to two lists from Inc.com: The Top 100 Leadership and Management Experts in the World and 100 Great Leadership Speakers for Your Next Conference.
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  • Purdue University
    Agriculture, 1980 - 1985
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I am the Chief Potential Officer of the Kevin Eikenberry Group. I am an author, speaker, trainer, consultant, and facilitator.
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Leadership, remote leadership, teams and teamwork, organizational culture, facilitating change.
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  • The Kevin Eikenberry Group
    Chief Potential Officer, 1993 - present
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