Kory Kogon

Kory Kogon is FranklinCovey's Vice President of Field Development. Kory's focus is to help strengthen the capacity of the field teams to be highly consultative, while driving revenue and renewal within FranklinCovey's new and exciting subscription model, the All Access Pass. Kory is also one of the authors of the Wall Street Journal bestseller "The 5 Choices: The Path to Extraordinary Productivity", in addition to "Project Management Essentials for the Unofficial Project Manager" and "Presentation Advantage". She has over 25 years of business expertise from front line positions to an executive team member. Prior to FranklinCovey, Kory spent six years as the Executive Vice President of Worldwide Operations for AlphaGraphics, Inc.

  • The Formula To Achieve Goals

    The Formula To Achieve Goals

    Too many managers set vague goals — Improve customer retention, for example — leaving their teams unsure how exactly what they’re working toward. Learn to formulate measurable goals with this blog.

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  • 9 Tactics To Lead Without Micromanaging

    9 Tactics To Lead Without Micromanaging

    So many strategic decisions depend on knowing your team’s workload. Learn how to asses how your team spends its time with these 9 tips.

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  • Don't Let Nerves Affect Your Presentations

    Don't Let Nerves Affect Your Presentations

    Presenting is something most people dread, but it isn't always escapable. If you're nervous to present, here are some helpful tips.

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  • How To Handle A Micromanager

    How To Handle A Micromanager

    Micromanagement can be frustrating and can kill engagement. Learn how to handle a micromanager with these points.

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  • 5 Steps To Avoid Burnout

    5 Steps To Avoid Burnout

    Burnout happens when you work for a long period of time and forget to take care of yourself. Here are 5 steps to avoid burnout.

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  • Common 1-on-1 Mistakes

    Common 1-on-1 Mistakes

    1-on-1's are a great way to regroup with your team members and correct any issues that might arise. You can effectively deliver 1-on-1's by avoiding this mistakes.

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  • 3 Keys To Deliver Critical Feedback

    3 Keys To Deliver Critical Feedback

    Feedback is necessary for growth and development in others, but it isn't always easy to give. Here are 3 keys to delivering critical feedback.

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  • Feedback And Behavior Change

    Feedback And Behavior Change

    Much more than an emotional boost, reinforcing feedback can influence behavior change. Use these tips to start giving effective feedback.

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  • How To Lead Remote Workers

    How To Lead Remote Workers

    Use these tips to give remote workers the trust and attention they deserve. Doing so can make them your highest performers.

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  • 3 Habits Of Great Leaders

    3 Habits Of Great Leaders

    Becoming a great leader can seem daunting and out of reach, but if you consider these tips carefully, you might decide you’re better prepared than you realize.

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  • Be Productive - Block Time

    Be Productive - Block Time

    Kory Kogon shares three tips to help you block time and to be more productive.

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  • Act on the Important2:29

    Act on the Important

    Choice 1: Act on the Important, Don't React to the Urgent is based on the principle of discernment, which is the use of insight and understanding in making a choice.

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  • Go For Extraordinary2:25

    Go For Extraordinary

    Choice 2 is based on the principle of potential, which is the latent capacity to do something great. Watch as lead author of The 5 Choices, goes into detail on how this choice impacts productivity.

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  • Schedule the Big Rocks1:52

    Schedule the Big Rocks

    Choice 3 is based on the principle of priority wherein things with higher importance are worthy of specific attention. Watch as lead author of The 5 Choices, Kory Kogon, explains this choice.

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  • Rule Your Technology2:50

    Rule Your Technology

    Choice 4 is based on the principle of alignment, which is to bring into proper relation; to support or harmonize.

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  • Fuel Your Fire3:29

    Fuel Your Fire

    Choice 5 is based on the principle of renewal, which is to restore or replenish. Watch as lead author of The 5 Choices, Kory Kogon, goes into more detail on how this choice impacts productivity.

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  • Presentation Advantage 5 Minute Overview6:45

    Presentation Advantage 5 Minute Overview

    Presentation Advantage 5 Minute Overview

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  • Meet Ana - Presentation Advantage Preview3:27

    Meet Ana - Presentation Advantage Preview

    Presentation Advantage Trailer

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  • Want to bring 5 Choices Training to your organization?5:45

    Want to bring 5 Choices Training to your organization?

    Want to bring 5 Choices Training to your organization? <i>The 5 Choices of Extraordinary Productivity</i> is FranklinCovey's premier productivity training. Watch the video above to learn more.

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