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About Robin Perry

Robin Perry brings a 20 plus year career in human resources, management, and training and development to her work at Bishop House Consulting, Inc. Robin has developed an expertise in working with individuals and teams to maximize their effectiveness in how they work together, to improve business results.

Why Great Leaders Never Say “I Don’t Need to Learn Anymore”

by Robin Perry “I don’t need to learn anymore.” A statement I hope I never say – and a statement I hope you never say! What happens when people engage in learning? They get new ideas, they have new perspectives, they try new approaches….all good things. Now take a moment and think about the last [...]

By | October 16th, 2017|Your Development|0 Comments

Ways to Leverage Your Team’s DiSC Map

Value of a Team Map – Understanding Your Team Using DiSC DiSC is a great tool to help individuals figure out how to communicate and work better with one another. And when a team comes together to experience DiSC, a team map can be created to help team members – and the team leader – [...]

By | October 2nd, 2017|Building My Team|0 Comments

Get off the Hamster Wheel: Slow Down to Speed Up

by Robin Perry At the end of a busy day I look at all I’ve accomplished – multiple coaching sessions, meetings, emails, phone calls – I hardly had a moment to stop! But was I really productive? I got a lot accomplished but what I didn’t get a chance to do was to look ahead [...]

By | August 16th, 2017|Productivity|0 Comments

3 Ways to Improve your Communication. Or Maybe Just Hire a Translator!

by Robin Perry Several weeks ago we welcomed Ester, a 17 year old young woman from Brazil, into our home. She will be here for a month, with a goal of improving her English. (Or maybe it’s her father’s goal.) I wasn’t sure what to expect as far as her English language abilities but what [...]

By | August 2nd, 2017|Effective Communications|0 Comments

Can Knowing Your DiSC Style Improve Your Summer Vacation? It Did for Me!

by Robin Perry In DiSC language, my husband is a “CD.” I’m an “iS.” Yes – opposites attract! And true to my belief that the best team represents all of the DiSC styles, for the most part I think that’s true for Jim and I. But occasionally we run into some snags that reflect our [...]

By | July 19th, 2017|DiSC|0 Comments

My 20-Year-Old Non-Gardener – Managing Poor Performance

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By | June 28th, 2017|Managing Performance|0 Comments

How Often Do You Celebrate? Know the Research…

By Robin Perry I’m a proud mother. Recently we attended our daughter’s college graduation and we celebrated for 4 days! It may have seemed excessive, but 4 days to recognize 4 years of hard work – now actually seems a little light! How important is celebration and recognition? Very important. Based on Gallup research, one [...]

By | June 14th, 2017|Managing Performance|0 Comments

3 Leadership Lessons I Learned at Pastor Joe’s Funeral

by Robin Perry There are people who touch our lives and make a difference. We know it at the time. We value the relationship and know they’ve had an impact. But maybe we weren’t able to see exactly what they were doing at the time that was making such a difference. That was my experience [...]

By | May 31st, 2017|New Leader|0 Comments

Leadership on Bad Hair Days

by Robin Perry I’ve never been known for my hair. In fact it’s been a struggle most of my life and I even remember my mother apologizing that I “got her hair” – that stung! But on occasion as I put away the blow dryer I’m satisfied with the reflection in the mirror. Recently I [...]

By | May 16th, 2017|New Leader|0 Comments

What if Mother’s Day was a Performance Review?

by Robin Perry So every May we celebrate our Mothers. We tell them how much we love them and show our appreciation. As a mom, it’s a day I’ve always enjoyed - and honestly feel as if I’ve earned! I work hard all year long to support my family and make sure our household runs [...]

By | May 9th, 2017|Managing Performance|0 Comments