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Business Coach reacts to Succession: Season 1, Episode 1

Updated: Jan 4

Join me, Jake Harris (Business Coach) as I review and react to the hit TV show succession.


This episode covers Season 1, Episode 1 of Succession and contain SPOILERS.




Key topics covered:

  • Creating space & being willing to 'sit' in the space after you speak to maximise the efficacy of your messaging

  • The power of shame and what we can learn from things that we strongly react to

  • The importance of consistent messaging and communication and the impact on moral

  • Keeping your dirty laundry off the 'shop floor'

  • The need for private discussions

  • "How you treat anyone is how you treat everyone"


Keep an eye out for episode 2 shortly.

 

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Until then, Onward & upward, Jake



 

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