Jason Barger

Jason Barger

Mr. Jason Barger - Motivational Speaker

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Engaging Minds and Hearts

In a highly distracted world, the best leaders and teams are focused on developing leaders, culture, and clarity of mission & vision. Are you Busy or Effective? 21st Century Leaders commit to seeing with new eyes and leading Thermostat Cultures!

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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

Engaging Minds and Hearts

In a highly distracted world, the best leaders and teams are focused on developing leaders, culture, and clarity of mission & vision. Are you Busy or Effective? 21st Century Leaders commit to seeing with new eyes and leading Thermostat Cultures!

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Columbus, OH

Affiliations:
Jason Barger - Motivational Speaker

Jason Barger

Step Back Leadership Consulting LLC

Engaging Minds and Hearts

In a highly distracted world, the best leaders and teams are focused on developing leaders, culture, and clarity of mission & vision. Are you Busy or Effective? 21st Century Leaders commit to seeing with new eyes and leading Thermostat Cultures!

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

Affiliations:

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

Blog Postings

Get Physical: Why Your Work Environment Matters

Mindfulness researcher Ellen Langer reminds us in her book Counterclockwise that “Our physical environment primes our feelings and behavior, although we are typically oblivious to its influence. Primes often tell us what is expected of us, and too often we mindlessly comply.” “Primes” is a term that comes from psychologists Anthony Greenwald and Mazarin Banaji, who use that word to refer to the cues that activate particular associations and influence in our behavior. All day... The post Get Physical: Why Your Work Environment Matters appeared first on Jason Barger. ...

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Apply The Rule of 7 to Your Culture

You may know the old marketing adage about The Rule of 7. The concept is that someone has to hear a message seven times before they will take action and buy whatever you’re selling. I’m guessing it actually is more than seven times in today’s distracted world, but for now, let’s just go with seven. I invite you to think about this concept beyond just selling a product or service. I want you to think... The post Apply The Rule of 7 to Your Culture appeared first on Jason Barger. ...

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Put Your Actions ‘Above the Line’

As far as I can discern, the phrases “above the line” and “below the line” were first coined at Procter & Gamble in 1954 when accountants and marketers tried to make sense of the return on investment (ROI) of all their different advertising efforts. They needed terminology to help them decipher what the purpose and targets of their efforts were. Since then, countless consultants and teams have utilized the phrases in a number of different... The post Put Your Actions ‘Above the Line’ appeared first on Jason Barger. ...

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Like System of Strength, ‘Find A Way’ to ‘Keep Moving’

When you walk into a System of Strength gym in Columbus, Ohio, you’ll see phrases such as “Keep Moving” and “Find A Way” displayed everywhere. The cinder block, exposed lighting and mirror-covered walls create a hip, industrial environment for those looking to sweat. Hip-hop music blares throughout the studio as those committed to the System compete against themselves in boot camp-style classes. The room is full, and there’s an energy steeped in positivity, passion and perseverance.... The post Like System of Strength, ‘Find A Way’ to ‘Keep Moving’ appeared first on

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Create Long-Term Vision and Short-Term Plans

Some of you have heard me say I’m not sure I believe in long-range plans anymore. Let me explain. What I don’t believe in is the arduous process that so many teams and companies have entered into, especially at this time of year. They create binders that chart every “i” they are going to dot and every “t” they are going to cross in the next ten years. So many places have entered into this process... The post Create Long-Term Vision and Short-Term Plans appeared first on Jason Barger. ...

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Things We Know Vs. Things We Do

I hear the dreaded question: “How have you been doing with your flossing?” The deep swallow I take while the practitioner probes my open mouth and inspects my gums reveals the real answer to her question. I’m guessing many of you are with me on this one. There are things we know we’re supposed to do, but we don’t always follow through. I know I’m supposed to floss, but I don’t always do what I... The post Things We Know Vs. Things We Do appeared first on Jason Barger. ...

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A Communication Lesson from the Hospital

The last few years have not been enjoyable as it relates to watching my parents struggle with their health. I lost my mother to cancer in 2015, and my father was in and out of the hospital for five years before passing away in 2017. I do not wish those moments upon anyone, yet I realize that experiencing these types of pain and losing people we love are aspects of the human experience. It also comes with... The post A Communication Lesson from the Hospital appeared first on Jason Barger. ...

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Ask 3 Questions to Avoid Sending Mixed Messages

Have you ever driven down the road and approached a sign that makes you giggle because you know that the true message of the sign has been lost in translation? It’s obvious that the sign, often laden with mixed messages, does not really communicate its intended purpose. It’s in those moments that I choose to believe the person making or placing the sign was probably in such a hurry to get the task done that they forgot... The post Ask 3 Questions to Avoid Sending Mixed Messages appeared first on Jason Barger. ...

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Shane Battier on Shared Vision, Family & the Importance of the ‘Next Play’

NBA executive and former NCAA and professional basketball star Shane Battier will join Jason Barger, Howard Behar and others as a speaker at the second annual Thermostat Cultures Live event on Friday, Nov. 9, in Columbus, Ohio. Here, Battier, who was regarded as one of the most complete players in the NBA for his leadership, lockdown defense and intellectual approach to the game, shares his thoughts on culture, doing good and the importance of the... The post Shane Battier on Shared Vision, Family & the Importance of the ‘Next Play’ appeared first on

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Is It Time to Change Your Language?

The precision of language is critical. What might mean one thing to one person means something else to another. Language isn’t perfect, but it’s all we’ve got. So, the precision of the words we choose and the definitions we design together are critical. Revitalizing language that already exists is also a part of keeping values an active and growing tool. I’ve been involved in a number of companies in the last year who have values... The post Is It Time to Change Your Language? appeared first on Jason Barger. ...

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