Dave McKeown is the CEO of Outfield Leadership and author of The Self-Evolved Leader. In this episode, we discuss: What is the Cycle of Mediocrity and how to stop it; 6 Micro Disciplines to practice; What “Self-Evolved” means; and How to transfer your personal evolution to your team.
Category: Agility/Adaptivity for Managers
Mitch Schneider is an entrepreneur, educator, master automotive technician, martial artist, and trade journalist. He is the author of Misfire: What to Do When Things Aren’t Running on All Cylinders — described as “Who Moved My Cheese” meets “The Karate Kid.” In this episode, we discuss: The four techniques to help managers and business owners handle day to day stress and challenges; the importance of constant Situational Awareness; and
how Mitch overcame a serious health issue to rally back into a new life and how facing death gave him a new outlook.
Patrick Norris is Senior Vice President of Jim Doyle & Associates. Previously, as the Managing Partner of the Norris Auto Group, Pat ran a collection of 5 retail, multi-brand automobile dealerships and 2 motor sports stores. In this episode, we discuss: Managing corporate HQ and multi-location satellite organizations; Effective delegation tips; How to manage several brands within your organization; Latest on the automobile industry in the U.S.; and Millennials as customers and employees.
Sylvia di Giusto is a "People Packaging" executive image consultant and trainer and the author of The Image of Leadership. In this episode, we discuss: Top tips to make a powerful first impression; Defining what you want to be known for to communicate that; How to find out how others perceive you vs. what you imagine that to be; Digital first impressions/Digital Footprints and how to influence what’s in it.
Few events shake an organization and employees’ confidence in managers more than a merger or acquisition. All of the rules, spoken and unspoken, that employees have been following are suddenly in flux.
This the the second part of a two part interview with Tricia Benn is the Executive Vice-President of the C‑Suite Network and General Manager of The Hero Club, an invitation-only membership organization for CEOs, founders, and investors. As Global Chief Marketing & Strategy Officer and U.S. Managing Director within MDC Partners, a $3 billion global holding company, Benn’s leadership drove double digit growth year-over-year and new contracts with some of the most important impact players in the world. In this episode, we discuss: Managing negative responses to other C‑Suiters; Choice Sets – Use them!; Avoiding unconscious bias; Vulnerability and how it plays into moving up; and #1 Tip on what to focus on to succeed.
The first of a two part interview with Tricia Benn is the Executive Vice-President of the C‑Suite Network and General Manager of The Hero Club, an invitation-only membership organization for CEOs, founders, and investors. As Global Chief Marketing & Strategy Officer and U.S. Managing Director within MDC Partners, a $3 billion global holding company, Benn’s leadership drove double digit growth year-over-year and new contracts with some of the most important impact players in the world. In this episode, we discuss: Tips for C‑Suite women on how to compete; what executive women need to start doing and stop doing; The Hero Leadership Model; and
playing on the same playing field to bridge the gender gap.
Tom Ray is the Executive Vice President of Jim Doyle and Associates. He is also the author of Amazon best seller, Branding is OUT, Results are IN! Lessons for the LOCAL Advertiser and is an expert in local advertising and media media — an industry with a high amount of mergers and acquisitions. In this episode, we discuss: what you should do with your department and team in a merger or acquisition; how to get MORE out of your people amid the stress and chaos; how to use major change within your organization for leverage; and coping with and managing the major company culture change that follows
“Leaders who want to avoid repeating past failures don’t tell anyone anything. They ask people to tell them if and how their plan for change feels different in an attempt to learn.”
“Fix it and forget it” might be a motto you can apply to some tasks in your personal life. Don’t make the mistake of using this philosophy to run your business.
The leaders in your organization are likely doing well. But, do you suspect they could be doing a little better?
As a leader, the decision to make organizational, structural or strategic changes to keep up with the changing marketplace is the easy part. It is much more challenging to convince people to get on board or follow your lead.