Eddie Turner is The Leadership Excelerator® and Author of 140 Simple Messages To Guide Emerging Leaders: 140 Actionable Leadership Messages for Emerging Leaders. In this episode, we discuss: The 8 definition of Emerging Leaders; How to “reskill” yourself to become an Emerging Leader; Age and entrepreneurship tendencies of Emerging Leaders; and IQ vs EQ: Intelligence versus Emotional Intelligence.
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Dave Kenney, Executive Director and Co-Founder at Emergo Recovery, has over 30 years of experience in the field of human development and is the pioneer of Actualized Recovery®, an integrative brain-first approach to lasting recovery. In this episode, we discuss: The top 3 things you can change in your workplace to improve everyone’s brain health and performance; Actualized Recovery and how can it be beneficial in business; How to reprogram your brain to eliminate depression, lack of self-esteem and other issues; and Why brains operate better in enriched work environments.
Phil Jones is author of five best-selling books and youngest ever winner of "British Excellence in Sales and Marketing" Award and his life's work is to demystify the process of persuasion. In this episode, we discuss: Why indecision is the enemy of leaders; Key phrases to turning the leverage around onto the non-performer and to create empathy; Why leaders shouldn’t ask for recommendations that don't get buy-in and how to fix this; and How to make people SEE what you’re saying instead of HEARING it.
We close out the second season of the Manage Smarter podcast with a special episode. Our co-hosts, Audrey Strong, Vice President of Communications, and C. Lee Smith, CEO of SalesFuel, share the episodes that personally impacted them during this year in review. In this episode, we discuss: Our favorite lessons from season 2 of the podcast; Surprising revelations we got from guests and how we applied them at SalesFuel; Mistakes we’ve made and learned from in 2019; and How you, our listeners, can help us with Season 3 topics and guests
Tiffany Toombs is a mindset coach who specializes in helping people rewire their brains to overcome self sabotage and limiting beliefs; allowing them to experience success in every area of life. In this episode, we discuss: How to overcome self-sabotage; The role our parents play in the creation of limiting beliefs; and
How to rewire your mind to lead to happier, more fulfilling work and personal lives.
Jennifer Gitomer is a speaker, trainer, writer, blogger, Facebooker, Instagrammer, Tweeter, YouTuber and Podcaster. She is online, on-point, and on the money. Her podcast Sell or Die, with co-host Jeffrey Gitomer, gets over 100,000 downloads a month. In this episode, we discuss: The #1 approach that makes you a networking magnet to others; creating a “profitable” network via your networking; and the top most unusual locations that are superb for networking you’d never think of!
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.
Navy Special Operations veteran Bob Pizzini is a Master EOD Technician, Master Naval Parachutist, Master Training Specialist, Mixed Gas Deep Sea Diving Officer, United States Parachute Association Accelerated Free Fall Instructor (AFFI), and Six Sigma Green Belt. In this episode, we discuss: Six Critical traits about fitness of the leader; Breathing exercises to improve productivity; and how to recognize when you're in the best condition to make important decisions.
Dr. Paul White is a psychologist, author, speaker and consultant and author of Rising Above a Toxic Workplace: Taking Care of Yourself in an Unhealthy Environment. In this episode, we discuss: Signs you’re in a toxic workplace; Tips on what you can do to try to rectify or mitigate a toxic workplace; How to survive working for or with a toxic leader; and Tips on how to identify a toxic workplace when interviewing for a new job.
Steve Napolitan is a two time #1 best selling author, award winning marketer and productivity guru. He has made millions for his clients and worked with companies such as Apple, Intel, Charles Schwab and Nestle. In this episode, we discuss: His story of how building his own business nearly destroyed his health and marriage; His formula for hours vs. productivity; How allowing team breaks can actually INCREASE productivity; and Work/Life balance tips for those managing global teams.