Mary Gardner is The Charisma Coach. She’s also the founder of the Inspirational Speakers Academy and turns idiosyncrasies into assets for her speaking clients. In episode 25, we discuss what makes a good coach, how to coach people with big egos and using emotion to break though.
Heather Monahan, one of our most popular guests from our first 20 episodes, is back to share more tips on building confidence from her new book Confidence Creator. Heather is the CEO of her own company Boss In Heels. She was recognized as a Glass Ceiling Award winner as one of the Most Influential Women in radio in 2017. Heather was recently named the Brand Ambassador for Perry Ellis International’s female brand Rafaella. Previously, she was the Chief Revenue Officer for Beasley Communications.
Episode 23 features our first-ever repeat guest! As a world-renowned expert and consultant on professional development, Jeffrey Gitomer’s client list includes: Coca-Cola, Caterpillar, BMW, Verizon, Hilton, IBM, and hundreds of others. In this episode, we discuss the current U.S. economy and how to make the most of it, how to prepare now for when the economy is not strong and Jeffrey’s recommendations for protecting and increasing your profit.
Jon Zellner is Executive Vice President of Programming Operations for iHeartMedia, overseeing national programming, sales integration, operations, and communication to 860 radio stations in 158 markets serving 271 million monthly listeners. Before joining iHeartMedia, Jon was SVP of Programming for Sirius XM overseeing 100+ channels. In episode 22, we discuss managing in large corporate environments, managing remote employees and the constant need for reinvention.
Doug Ulman is the President & Chief Executive Officer of Pelotonia, which began in 2008 as a bike ride in Columbus, Ohio to raise funds for innovative cancer research at the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center. In just 9 years, the nonprofit has raised $157 million with 100% of donations going to cancer research. In this episode, we discuss the unique challenges/opportunities in managing volunteers, the obligation of empowerment and addressing failure with volunteers and contributors.
As a behavioral mastermind and personality expert in both behavior and values analysis, Steve Sisler is the lead Behavioral Analyst at The Behavioral Resource Group. He is the also the author of four popular books, including his latest “There’s More to Management Than a Big Desk.” In episode 20, we discuss overcoming fear to tackle conflict head on, how certain personalities are better suited for certain positions, and putting yourself in positions where your personality works in your favor.
Tom Peters is a best-selling author and world renowned expert on business management practices. Peters is co-author of In Search of Excellence—the book that changed the way the world does business, and often tagged as the best business book ever. In episode 19, we discuss: Tom’s new book – The Excellence Dividend, how to avoid being replaced by technology, the characteristics of a successful team and the critical need for soft skills mastery by managers at all levels.
Cory Mosley has been an entrepreneur since the age of 14 with business interests in the salon, laundry, business consulting, automotive, and confectionary sectors. As an established business strategist, Cory counts corporations like Audi, Volvo, BBDO, and COX Enterprises amongst his client portfolio. In episode 18, we discuss the importance of credibility and likability for managers and how to connect with colleagues in 2018.
Michael Stallard is cofounder and president of the Connection Culture Group, a leadership training and consulting firm that has advised NASA, Costco and other well known American companies. Michael is the primary author of the book Connection Culture: The Competitive Advantage of Shared Identity, Empathy and Understanding at Work. Texas Christian University founded the TCU Center for Connection Culture based on Michael and his colleagues’ work. In episode 17, we discuss the definitions of culture, how managers can improve it (or damage it) and the ROI from a positive culture in the workplace.
Jennifer Gluckow is an author and founder of Sales in a New York Minute as well as host of a YouTube Channel of the same name. In episode 16, Jennifer discusses how age plays a role in the workplace and uses her professional experience to share her advice for young managers and first-time managers.
Jeffrey Hayzlett is a primetime television host of C-Suite with Jeffrey Hayzlett and Executive Perspectives on C-Suite TV, and business podcast host of All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett on C-Suite Radio. Hayzlett is the author of three best-selling business books: Think Big, Act Bigger: The Rewards of Being Relentless, Running the Gauntlet and The Mirror Test. In episode 15, we discuss how the C-Suite thinks, how to talk to them and how to become one of them.
Joy Altimare is the Chief Engagement and Brand Officer at EHE, an industry-leader in company health and wellness for over 100 years. With over 16 years of experience in the marketing field, she has become an expert advisor to organizations looking to tackle growth, innovation, and technology challenges. In episode 14, Joy shares her insight on how managers can: better deal with stress and balance work, home and health.