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2013 ATHENA Businesswoman of the Year Award in the Private Sector - Kathy Kolbe

CHAMBER ANNOUNCES 2013 ATHENA AWARD RECIPIENTS

Kathy Kolbe, Kimber Lanning, Christy Moore Earn Honors at 26th Annual Luncheon

 

(PHOENIX) – The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce today announced its 2013 ATHENA Public Sector, Private Sector and Young Professional Award recipients at the 26th Annual ATHENA Awards Luncheon at the Arizona Biltmore, a Waldorf Astoria Resort. Kathy Kolbe, Founder and Chairman – Kolbe Corp (Residential Zip Code: 85251), earned the 2013 ATHENA Businesswoman of the Year Award in the Private Sector, Kimber Lanning, Executive Director – Local First Arizona (Residential Zip Code: 85016), is the 2013 ATHENA Businesswoman of the Year Award in the Public Sector, and Christy Moore, Executive Director – Valley Leadership (Residential Zip Code: 85207), took home the 2013 ATHENA Young Professional Award.

Management by Instinct Leads the Way to Change

Management by Instinct Leads the Way to Change By Kathy Kolbe and David Kolbe, J.D.

Third Faculty of the Brain Discovered

Third Faculty of the Brain Discovered: Evidence of a third faculty of the brain, the conative faculty, was announced at a conference for business, education, and government leaders from nine countries and 35 states, hosted by Kolbe Corp.

Kathy Kolbe Receives the 2011 Robert E. Fox Lifetime Achievement Award

Kathy Kolbe Receives the 2011 Robert E. Fox Lifetime Achievement Award

Performance Conundrum: Getting the Right People On the Bus through Performance Forecasting

The Performance Conundrum: Getting the Right People On the Bus through Performance Forecasting - Kolbe Certified™ Consultant Mari Martin explains how to use Kolbe to "get the right people on the bus" in this article for Public Management, the monthly magazine for the International City/County Management Association (ICMA).

Impulsive? Distracted? Quick Start? Experts say you suffer from ADD By Kathy Kolbe

Are you easily distracted, highly intuitive and spontaneo us? If so, are you a person insistent in Quick Start who acts on instinct? According to an article in The Wall Street Journal , it means you suffer from a "disorder". Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) is a hot topic in publications like Time, The Wall Street Journal, and newspapers across the U.S.

The Productivity vs. Creativity Battle - Boutique DESIGN magazine

The Productivity vs. Creativity Battle - In this article from Boutique DESIGN magazine, Kathy Kolbe discusses how creative people can achieve peak productivity and avoid burnout by trusting their instincts.

Test helps you find the freedom to be you - Arizona Business Gazette

This test helps you find the freedom to be you - An article featured in the Arizona Business Gazette

Kolbe returns to Medill

Kolbe returns to Medill - Alumni Kathy Kolbe tells IMC students her "System" helps people trust their instincts.

Parenting by Instinct

Parenting by Instinct - Peer groups, popular entertainment and, increasingly, video games and the Internet, all entice youngsters relentlessly–and compete with parental efforts. Dr. Edward Hoffman, Ph.D. and Kathy Kolbe discuss parenting, one of life's greatest satisfactions as well as its most intense challenge.

Derek's Story

Derek's Story - A mother's view of the Kolbe Index

Impulsive? Distracted? Quick Start?

Impulsive? Distracted? Quick Start? Experts say you suffer from ADD - Discover what Kathy Kolbe says may really be the cause of "ADD".

How to Get More Done

How to Get More Done - Kathy Kolbe writes about learning to use your instinctive strengths to operate more efficiently by having the "freedom to be yourself."

Do You Have the Gumption to Succeed?

Do You Have the Gumption to Succeed? - This article by Kathy Kolbe discusses the benefits of "trusting your guts."

Relationships Built on Instinct - Dr. Edward Hoffman, Ph.D.

Relationships Built on Instinct - Dr. Edward Hoffman, Ph.D. discusses the way instincts influence your relationships.

Kolbe Succession Model

Succession Planning - A white paper by Kathy Kolbe on how to implement strengths-based approaches to succession planning.