Jason Barger

Jason Barger

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National SHRM and TEDx Speaker / Globally Celebrated Author

In a highly distracted world, the best teams are focused on developing leaders, culture, and clarity of mission & vision. Are you Busy or Effective? 21st Century Leaders are committed to growing an engaged culture!

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Travels from Columbus, OH (US)

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Jason Barger
Mr. Jason Barger - Motivational Speaker

Step Back Leadership Consulting LLC

National SHRM and TEDx Speaker / Globally Celebrated Author

In a highly distracted world, the best teams are focused on developing leaders, culture, and clarity of mission & vision. Are you Busy or Effective? 21st Century Leaders are committed to growing an engaged culture!

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Columbus, OH

Jason Barger - Motivational Speaker

Jason Barger

Step Back Leadership Consulting LLC

National SHRM and TEDx Speaker / Globally Celebrated Author

In a highly distracted world, the best teams are focused on developing leaders, culture, and clarity of mission & vision. Are you Busy or Effective? 21st Century Leaders are committed to growing an engaged culture!

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from: Columbus, OH

For more information about booking Jason Barger,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/jasonbarger/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Save the Date: Thermostat Cultures Live

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Monkey Traps: The Life-Saving Power of Letting Go

I remember seeing a show on TV once about how people caught monkeys somewhere clear on the other side of the globe from where I live. The host of the show detailed how the trappers would find trees that had fallen on the ground, hollow out the middle portion of the tree, and put a little piece of food inside the log. Then, on the top part of the trunk on the outside of the... The post Monkey Traps: The Life-Saving Power of Letting Go appeared first on Jason Barger. ...

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Are Your Messages Accurate, Clear and Connected?

We live in a storytelling world. We tell stories all day long by the way we dress, the way we enter a room, our body language during the meeting, the way we speak to those we encounter, and every time we hit send on the next email or social media post. We send messages all day long to those around us and sometimes the messages aren’t telling the story we’d hope for. Are your messages... The post Are Your Messages Accurate, Clear and Connected? appeared first on Jason Barger. ...

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Embrace the Inhale to Climb Your Everest

In 1924, George Mallory and Andrew Irvine set out to climb Mount Everest. They disappeared near the summit and, ever since, explorers from around the globe have been trying to figure out what happened to them. A few years back, I had the pleasure of meeting Andy Politz. Politz was a member of the Mallory and Irvine Research Expedition. He was present when Mallory’s body was found in May of 1999. In total, Politz participated... The post Embrace the Inhale to Climb Your Everest appeared first on Jason Barger. ...

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Culture Chat with David Mead from Start With Why

It is always fun to recognize and celebrate others who are out there doing great work in the world. David Mead is one of those people. It was a pleasure to connect with David and get the chance to talk about so many topics that we both are passionate about—authentic leadership, purpose, and culture. David is the Chief of What’s Next for Simon Sinek’s Start With Why team. David believes that every one of us... The post Culture Chat with David Mead from Start With Why appeared first on Jason Barger. ...

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What is Honored Will Be Cultivated

We all have memberships. We are members of teams, of companies, of families, of organizations, and of our communities. The memberships (relationships) to which we give our time, resources, minds, and hearts are what make up our lives. We are a collection of the members we choose to honor. And because of where I am in life right now, I realize that these memberships are not just a one-time commitment, but require a periodic renewal... The post What is Honored Will Be Cultivated appeared first on Jason Barger. ...

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Why Do Change Initiatives Fail?

Why do most change initiatives fail? We say we want to change. We begin an initiative to lead positive change. We want to improve our culture, but we don’t seem to make much progress. So why do most change initiatives fail? Chances are… your team is moving too quickly and expecting things to change overnight your team might not have a clear vision for how they want the future to be different your team might not... The post Why Do Change Initiatives Fail? appeared first on Jason Barger. ...

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Be Available: Caring for Others

I’ll never forget walking into my home during my freshman year in high school. My mom came into my room and carefully explained that my grandfather had just committed suicide. I’ll never forget the flood of confusion, sadness, and frustration. Not long after his death, I went to a gathering for high school students. I can’t tell you anything about the program that night. The only thing I can remember is that I stood outside... The post Be Available: Caring for Others appeared first on Jason Barger. ...

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The Hilarity of the Hurry

We’re all accustomed to the plane-landing routine: The ding sounds and everyone begins scurrying. The most comical sight is the people who quickly dash down the aisle to gain a row or two. The airplane’s door does not open immediately. We all know that, don’t we? Now everyone is crammed in more awkward positions than when we were neatly seated—yet the rush is on. So, we sit, stand, check our cell phones, talk about how... The post The Hilarity of the Hurry appeared first on Jason Barger. ...

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Practice Innovation: 10 Big Ideas

The idea of innovation is interesting, because every relationship, every team, every company in the world can fall into the trap of just doing what we’ve always done. We get into ruts where we feel like we can’t possible change because this is just the way we’ve done it. Yet we need to bring fresh eyes to our lives, our work, our missions. Before I really start, I’d like you to pause and consider these... The post Practice Innovation: 10 Big Ideas appeared first on Jason Barger. ...

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