Marketing guru. Competitor. A fisherman who is always casting a wide net to capture creative ideas. Carl’s strength and energy is anchored in his large family, where one has to laugh to get through the crazy.
If you've been on this Season 1 journey, then you've gotten a sweet taste for Keith and Carl's personalities. However, when their personalities are assessed at their company and they share them with each other, things get real. Is there a "winner" when it comes to the best personality type? Is there resentment? Who's just being a "D"?In the segment "Keith and Carl Become Friends", gladiators, Vikings and cowboys are discussed and not in a classy way. Go figure. Also, someone possesses a unique skill, hidden away in their closet, and it's just begging to be used again.If you love loads of meetings, day after day, hour after hour, like Keith and Carl do... you'll love this C-List.Visit www.KeithandCarl.com and subscribe! We hope you "smirk while you work"!
Companies encourage their employees to "fail fast and often", but do they really mean it? Keith and Carl explore failure by sharing times when they failed, sometimes quite badly, and discussing what they learned as a result. Their discussion navigates down a winding road to risk taking in their current roles, and how they encourage their teams to fail. Or not.In the segment "Keith and Carl Become Friends", snack food and concerts are topics that will oddly reveal a lot about them both...Who's a fan of ice breakers at work?! Everyone, right? Check out this episode's C-List for a few great ideas.Visit www.KeithandCarl.com and subscribe! We hope you "smirk while you work"!
Carl drew the short straw and had to step up to the plate to be first to discuss his professional development. In order for him to develop into a better manager and professional, it only seemed fitting that Keith and Carl dive into Carl's anonymous work feedback from his co-workers. Also, you'll get a glimpse into how Carl perceives his personality in and out of the workplace. Is it self awareness? Maybe. Delusional? Likely..In the segment "Keith and Carl Become Friends", you'll get a glimpse into their self-cleaning habits and learn more about their childhood. The friendship is starting to blossom.Are you applying to an internal job posting? The C-List might give you some insight into that process.Visit www.KeithandCarl.com and subscribe! We hope you "smirk while you work"!
And it's Keith's turn to get introspective and deep on his professional development, assuming of course that he has received great anonymous feedback. Can you guess the feedback Keith receives?In the segment "Keith and Carl Become Friends", stories are shared of recent fails during a particular holiday, and how early childhood mischief put them on the straight and narrow.The C-List continues on the job posting theme. If you write job postings, please listen. Seriously.Visit www.KeithandCarl.com and subscribe! We hope you "smirk while you work"!