Jessica Katz is a trainer, mentor and coach through Liberated Elephant. Jessica is an expert at culture design within organizations that allow individuals to bring authenticity to work, bolstering internal engagement and revenue. In this episode, we discuss: the top 3 qualities needed in company cultures; how to deal with the “Elephant In The Room” in your company; definition of Agile Values and how to implement them; and productivity without burning our your teams.
Mark Boundy is the author of “Radical Value. Elevate Your Company – and Career – By Unleashing the Power Within Customer Centricity." He has grown businesses in a variety of industries for 25 years , amassing wide-ranging experience in sales, marketing, new product development, and product management. In this episode, we discuss: what is Radical Value and how to get there; how to measure customer perception of value and modify it; why you should mentor your salespeople on P&L statements; creating value and how create a buying environment amid COVID-19.
Siimon Reynolds is one of the world’s leading business coaches. He is the winner of over 50 business and industry awards, and the founder of numerous highly successful companies. Siimon coaches businesspeople and CEO’s from all over the world, from start ups to companies grossing over half a billion dollars a year. In this episode, we discuss: resetting your focus in COVID-19 for processes and performance; how to do “The 2 Circles of Control” to guide you; magnify for your fear of loss and harness that to propel you; and the release Breath Exercise to help clear your mind
Jonathon Hensley is co-founder and CEO of Emerge, a digital product consulting firm that works with companies to improve operational agility and customer experience. Read the show notes to get a free copy of his new book titled “Alignment — The #1 thing at the heart of every successful digital product” In this episode, we discuss: the 4 levels of alignment leaders need to understand NOW; how to build sustained, constant alignment in your business; remote teams and boosting alignment amid COVID-19; practical exercises to use to draw out new ideas from your team.
Jeff Piersall is known as The Chaos Coach. A former high school and college basketball coach, Jeff is an entrepreneur than has recently exited his business and now specializes in M&A activity for small cap businesses. He is also the author of Dogs Don't Bark at Parked Cars. In this episode, we discuss: How to Course Correct in a Crisis; Knee jerk reactions vs. course corrections; Money and opportunities to pursue amid the pandemic; and How businesses can be more agile and pivot during the crisis.
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.
“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.”
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.
It was Benjamin Franklin who said that nothing in this world is certain except death or taxes. But in reality, we should really add change to that list.
The Hatter in Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is sometimes called the Mad Hatter. Do you know why? And do you know why having an employee who behaves like a Mad Hatter in your organization is a managerial call-to-action?
We all know some businesses possess a secret sauce that fuels their success. Why do other businesses, with seemingly talented leadership and a great product ideas, fail to thrive?