Manage Smarter 58 — Meg Manke: High-​Five Cultures and the Internal Experience

Meg Manke is the COO of Rose Group International and co-​author of iX Leadership: Create High Five Cultures and Guide Transformation. Her firm was founded on the principle that corporate success is hampered by the failure to create an Internal Experience (iX) that keeps the best people. 

In this episode, Audrey, Lee and Meg discuss:

  •  IX Leadership: Internal Experience transformations
  • How internal culture can equal leadership failure
  • The axis to assess culture types and work preferences 
  • Implementing clarity and accountability “Mad Hatter” Principle

"Some industries are actually structured more with specific culture types, manufacturing for examples has a lot of stabilizers."

– Meg Manke 

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C. Lee Smith

C. Lee Smith

CEO and Founder at SalesFuel
C. Lee Smith is the President/​CEO of SalesFuel — a firm he founded in 1989. He was named one of the 14 Leading Sales Consultants by Selling Power magazine in 2018. Lee is the creator of the AdMall® and SalesFuel COACH™ SaaS platforms. He is also a Gitomer Certified Advisor, expert on the Sales Experts Channel and a C‑Suite Network Advisor.
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