Female Founders Breaking Boundaries
I cannot stress enough how important it is to bring the right people into your business that understand the expectations of the role they are being hired for. It can be incredibly frustrating and a waste of time when you hire someone who waits around for their hand to be held and to be told what to do. This week's episode 90 of Female Founders Breaking Boundaries is about how to build a team who “gets it.”Have you ever felt like you were WAY too busy, stressed out, burnt out, and overwhelmed, so you were advised to delegate some tasks to take things off your plate and free up some time? Except, maybe it didn't work. If getting out of the day-to-day in your business was as simple as hiring more people, then why are you still feeling overwhelmed and burned out? You are not alone! Sometimes, simply delegating tasks doesn't work and instead shifts your workload from “doing” to “managing.”I invite you to use the exercise that our own C-Suite clients use to take the first step in turning your team into a well-oiled, self-managed machine- and get you out of the delegation catch-22. Download the exercise here to get started!In this episode of Female Founders Breaking Boundaries, I'm sharing the importance of building a team that understands and has the ability to own their role and actionable steps you can take right now to find the right people that are the right fit. Some of the things I cover in this episode are:Celebrating Whole30's Melissa Urban for her new book, The Book of Boundaries, which encourages people to set and hold their own boundaries so they can set the limits that will set them free. What it looks like when you hire someone that understands the expectations of their role.How hiring someone who is able to own their role will help your business grow and succeed. My framework for finding the gaps in your business and filling those gaps with the right candidates. My thoughts on reframing how we view neurotypical thinkers and leveraging their creative minds to come up with new ideas and solutions in business. When you have a team who “gets it” they don't need to be told what to do because they already know what to do. If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to share and tag me! And don't forget to follow, rate, and review the podcast and tell me your key takeaways!Learn more about Female Founders Breaking Boundaries and Casey at https://c-suiteboutique.com/podcast/ CONNECT WITH CASEY GROMER:LinkedInCompany PersonaWork with Casey Gromer! Book an Advisory Call LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:Instagram- Melissa UrbanThe Book of Boundaries by Melissa UrbanEpisode 39: Accountability is KeyEpisode 83: Using Job Descriptions to Attract the Right Talent
Today's reality is that company leaders must constantly learn and gain insights from multiple sources to succeed. CTOs are not left out, but the problem is CTOs are too busy to alter their routine to learn. Thankfully there's a platform defying the odds - podcasts. Why do CTOs care about podcasts? Listen to Benjamin Shapiro, Founder, and CEO of I Hear Everything, as he discusses why CTOs love podcasts and more. Connect With: Benjamin Shapiro: Website // LinkedInThe CTO Podcast: Website Etienne de Bruin: Website // LinkedIn // Twitter
Window Treatments for Profit with LuAnn Nigara
Today with Madeleine MacRae: Welcome to Window Treatments for Profit. It's Wednesday, which means there's a brand new episode of C-Suite Talks with Madeleine MacRae for you to dive into. Today, Madeleine will share with us the 5 factors for sales success! More About Madeleine MacRae: Madeleine MacRae is a former corporate executive and now a business growth strategist, who helps businesses grow with more intentionality and far less stress. Connect with Madeleine MacRae Website Facebook Twitter Our Favorite Links Shop38east.com Madeleine MacRae's Home Pro Toolbox Windowworksnj.com Comfortex.com Vitalia Inc. Exciting Windows What's new with LuAnn Nigara luannuniversity.com http://www.luannnigara.com/cob Inside Voice, Outside Voice Purchase LuAnn's Books Here: Book 1: The Making of A Well – Designed Business: Turn Inspiration into Action Audiobook: The Making of A Well – Designed Business: Turn Inspiration into Action Book 2: A Well-Designed Business – The Power Talk Friday Experts Pre-Order Book 3: A Well-Designed Business – The Power Talk Friday Experts Volume 2 Connect with LuAnn Nigara LuAnn's Website LuAnn's Blog Power Talk Friday Like Us: Facebook | Tweet Us: Twitter | Follow Us: Instagram | Listen Here: Podcast Other Shows Mentioned: #147: C-Suite Talks with Madeleine MacRae: Systems Makes Sales
On today's episode of the Entrepreneur Evolution Podcast, we are joined by Lauren Banyar Reich, CEO & Founder of LBR/PR. For almost two decades, Lauren has been helping business thought leaders leverage their expertise for greater visibility, credibility and ultimately profitability for their businesses. Throughout her career, Lauren has worked with visionary thought leaders, including bestselling authors, C-Suite executives, entrepreneurs, doctors, lawyers, and innovative brands and non-profits to advance their business goals using earned media. To learn more about LBR/PR, visit lbrpr.com We would love to hear from you, and it would be awesome if you left us a 5-star review. Your feedback means the world to us, and we will be sure to send you a special thank you for your kind words. Don't forget to hit “subscribe” to automatically be notified when guest interviews and Express Tips drop every Tuesday and Friday. Interested in joining our monthly entrepreneur membership? Email Annette directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more. Ready to invest in yourself? Book your free session with Annette HERE. Keep evolving, entrepreneur. We are SO proud of you! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/annette-walter/support
Leading from purpose is the one thing that makes the greatest difference. What you care about and why you do the work you do matters more than just about anything else. Your company has its purpose, but that is most likely not the same as your life purpose. In late 2001, Bill had accomplished every one of the goals he had set for his life, but he was still feeling miserable and stuck. With the help of a coach, he began considering what he really wanted to be known for at the end of his life. How do you want to be remembered? When you know your why, it becomes much easier to evolve into a leader who makes a difference. By using your strengths and also highlighting the things that bring the greatest fulfillment, you will be able to focus on what really matters to you in the long run. Resources: 20,000 Scaleups Scaling Up Summits (Select Bill Gallagher as your coach during registration for a discount.) Bill on YouTube Recruiter.com Shortlist (use code scaleup) Scaling Up is the best-selling book by Verne Harnish and our team for Scaling Up Coaches (formerly Gazelles). We share how the fastest-growing companies succeed where so many others fail. Bill Gallagher, Scaling Coach and host of the show, is an international business coach who works with C-Suite leaders to achieve breakthrough growth. We help leadership teams with the biggest decisions around People, Strategy, Execution, and Cash so that they can Scale Up successfully and beat the odds of business growth. Scaling Up is based on Verne's original best-selling business book, Mastering the Rockefeller Habits. Did you enjoy today's episode? If so, then please leave a review! Help other business leaders discover the Scaling Up Business Podcast so they, too, can benefit from the ideas shared in these podcasts.
Deloitte's study on the C-Suite's role in well-being finds that around 1 out of 3 executives are constantly struggling with fatigue and poor mental health. High numbers of C-Suite executives report significant difficulty finding enough time for friends and family (65%); exercising each day (74%); starting/stopping working at a reasonable time (76%). (Forbes) It's Women's History Month and women are dropping from the C-Suite at an alarming rate. Learn more about this exodus, how it might affect you, and what you can do about it as Alicia shares your 5 Minute Career Hack this week. Be sure to let us know if these strategies help by liking, sharing comments, and be sure to share with a friend. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/5minutecareerhack/support
9. The best question a C-Suite can ask itself is “How does the competition kill us?” The problem is most C-suites don't have the balls to ask themselves that question and honestly answer it. Reason #1…it will show how their leadership has made them vulnerable and they are not sure they know how to fix it! (2) The answers will demand hard work and most people are trying to slow their churn rather than increase their churn – which will be where you find out who stays and who goes.I believe this is where coaching is at its best. I agree with Greenleaf when he asserts that a coach does not need to be a subject expert in the industry practice of those he consults and coaches. He needs to be able to view from a somewhat neutral position so as to have no bias filters and then have the ability to speak boldly into the blind spots.10. Perks and privilege are culture killers. It is amazing how much people pay attention to this stuff and they shouldn't have to.One of the great habits a successful leader can cultivate is to not look or appear successful…the Sam Walton story visiting stores.This is going to sound SO old school but I would encourage leaders to aggressively find ways to look normal and even do more for the “mid-level” than you do for yourself.Walk the furthest to the front door!11. Forgiveness and bitterness are still tough enemies of joy to fight back. But you have to. Great competition but not great grudges. Revenge will turn bitter eventually.12. The Five Core Needs are still the five core needs and you ignore them at your peril.13. Mind Styles still works.
EPISODE SUMMARY Join scientist and mindset & high-performance coach Claudia Garbutt and the Compliance Evangelist Tom Fox as they discuss the importance of compliance. In this episode we talk about: - Why you need to find your passion - The importance of compliance (and the consequences of non-compliance) - How to ensure compliance in your business/organization EPISODE NOTES Thomas R. Fox-the Compliance Evangelist® Tom is literally the guy who wrote the book on compliance with the international compliance best seller “The Compliance Handbook, 3rd edition” which was released by LexisNexis in May 2022. Tom has authored 25 other books on business leadership, compliance and ethics and corporate governance, including the children's best-seller "Being a Compliance Officer is Awesome." Tom leads the social media discussion on compliance with his award-winning blog, and is the Voice of Compliance, having founded the award-winning Compliance Podcast Network and hosting or producing multiple award-winning podcasts. He is an Executive leader at the C-Suite Network, the world's most trusted network of C-Suite leaders. He can be reached at email@example.com. Links: Compliance Podcast Network: www.compliancepodcastnetwork.net LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomasfox13/ ------------------ Music credit: Vittoro by Blue Dot Sessions (www.sessions.blue) ----------------- If you enjoyed this episode, learned something new, had an epiphany moment - or were reminded about a simple truth that you had forgotten, please let me know by rating & reviewing this show on https://linktr.ee/wiredforsuccess. Oh, and make sure you subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss out on any of the amazing future episodes! If you don't listen on iTunes, you can find all the episodes here. Disclaimer: Podcast Episodes might contain sponsored content.
How do you find an executive level job? There are nuances to an executive search compared to other jobs. Learn the do's and don'ts for anyone at the executive level, or reaching for it!
Selling to a CEO, let alone reaching them, can seem daunting. Cracking the c-suite may be difficult, but it's not impossible. Mark shares which actions get you closer to the CEO and how to talk to them. What is the CEO looking for? Listen to these 16 total tips, then check out this blog post on this same subject. Our free gift to our listeners: The Ultimate Email Prospecting Guide—download it here!
Let's pick up where we left off in this Business Monday conversation with Sam and Travis about startups and what hampers their growth. Today, we'll focus on the entrepreneurial mindset and planning phase from a mentor's standpoint. Keep learning more by tuning in!Key takeaways to listen forCriteria of a successful mentorshipEntrepreneur‘s approach and discipline in facing strugglesPerks of having a concrete business planHow to deal with fears and negativity in businessAre material things a measurement of a successful business?Resources Mentioned In This EpisodeHewlett-PackardBrotherAbout Sam Salah and Travis RevelleFormer corporate executive Travis Revelle switched to entrepreneurship in the internet and healthcare sectors, founding many successful businesses and raising hundreds of millions of dollars for his clients.Sam Salah is a well-known businessperson and a lifelong serial entrepreneur interested in everything from technology to high-performance vehicles.This episode is suitable for the C-Suite, entrepreneurs, business leaders, managers, and front-line employees because each of them is a wealth of material and a powerhouse when combined.Connect with Sam and TravisLinkedIn: Travis Revelle | Sam SalahConnect With UsMaster your context with real results leadership training!To learn more, visit our website at www.greatsummit.com.For tax, bookkeeping, or accounting help, contact Dr. Nate's team at www.theincometaxcenter.com or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.Follow Dr. Nate on His Social MediaLinkedIn: Nate Salah, Ph.DInstagram: @natesalah Facebook: Nate SalahTikTok: @drnatesalahClubhouse: @natesalah
Renegade Thinkers Unite: #2 Podcast for CMOs & B2B Marketers
The CMO role is the most bespoke in the C-Suite, the range of responsibilities and challenges changing from company to company, growth stage to growth stage. In Ellie Ahmadi's case, the challenge when she joined Schlesinger Group in the end of 2021 was to give the 57-year-old a brand a fresh face, one that matched the acquisitive company. Enter Sāgo, officially launched March 1st, 2023. In this episode, Ellie shares the work behind finding and launching the new brand name (in 11 months, no less), with a ton of great tips in how to activate a new brand for employees and customers without losing 57 years of brand equity. And all of this while building a better than ever demand gen engine. For full show notes and transcripts, visit https://renegade.com/podcasts/ To learn more about CMO Huddles, visit https://cmohuddles.com/
Silicon Valley Bank, Online Verification, and MARCH MADNESS - Episode 017
Brian Stollery is a seasoned C-Suite executive and media entrepreneur with a proven track record in the music and live entertainment industry. With a background in concert production, startups, video production, and event solutions, Brian is a thought leader in the intersection of interactive real-life and hybrid/virtual entertainment. He has a wealth of expertise in the Web2 and Web3 spaces, having brought tremendous value to strategic partners like Central Park SummerStage, NFT.NYCSony Music, Universal Music, and Brooklyn Bowl. As the Founder and CEO of W3BSTOCK, Brian leads a global live entertainment production venture that produces concerts and music festivals all around the world, doubled in the Metaverse, and built using Web3 native tools and tech. He then transitioned to leading US business development for Music Traveler, a peer-to-peer, Air BnB-style app for the renting of concert halls and music studios, where he built the entire foundational U.S. pipeline. We chat about New Opportunities for Musicians and Comedians, AI hype cycle and the Metaverse, Music NFTs & Music Communities on the Blockchain, Broken System of the Music Industry - What the future of live music and entertainment look like - What are the crucial elements that will unite physical and digital civilizations - How do we as a community foster more education and adoption around web3 - How the blockchain stands to fix the historical problems of a monopolistic, unfair music industry Connect more with W3BSTOCK: https://t.me/W3BSTOCK https://twitter.com/w3bstock Https://www.instagram.com/w3bstock https://www.w3bstock.io/ KYRIAKI social media links: https://twitter.com/katiechonacas https://twitter.com/culturekidsxyz https://www.instagram.com/chonacas https://www.linkedin.com/in/katiechonacas VOReel: https://www.chonacas.com/voiceover/ https://www.chonacas.com/nft-cv/ Disclaimer: None of the information in the podcast should be considered as a financial advice. Always do your own research. Please consider SUPPORTING my SHOW, SUBSCRIBE to the NEWSLETTER, ENTER in the GIVEAWAYS https://www.chonacas.com/contact/
Window Treatments for Profit with LuAnn Nigara
Today with Madeleine MacRae: Welcome to Window Treatments for Profit. It's Wednesday, which means there's a brand new episode of C-Suite Talks with Madeleine MacRae for you to dive into. More About Madeleine MacRae: Madeleine MacRae is a former corporate executive and now a business growth strategist, who helps businesses grow with more intentionality and far less stress. Connect with Madeleine MacRae Website Facebook Twitter Our Favorite Links Shop38east.com Madeleine MacRae's Home Pro Toolbox Windowworksnj.com Comfortex.com Vitalia Inc. Exciting Windows What's new with LuAnn Nigara luannuniversity.com http://www.luannnigara.com/cob Inside Voice, Outside Voice Purchase LuAnn's Books Here: Book 1: The Making of A Well – Designed Business: Turn Inspiration into Action Audiobook: The Making of A Well – Designed Business: Turn Inspiration into Action Book 2: A Well-Designed Business – The Power Talk Friday Experts Pre-Order Book 3: A Well-Designed Business – The Power Talk Friday Experts Volume 2 Connect with LuAnn Nigara LuAnn's Website LuAnn's Blog Power Talk Friday Like Us: Facebook | Tweet Us: Twitter | Follow Us: Instagram | Listen Here: Podcast
Get FREE Sales Leadership Resources at go.transformedsales.com/podHighlights[01:17] - Starting out in sales, getting into procurement, and ending up as the Negotiations Ninja.[03:25] - Behind the scenes in every procurement department.[08:39] - How he started enjoying his position in procurement.[12:24] - The value of implementing category strategies in your procurement team.[14:18] - Why it's important for salespeople to identify all influencers of purchase decisions.[20:02] - Advantages of taking time to learn from your customers how their procurement processes work.[21:34] - Turning his disenchantment with the corporate world into a successful entrepreneurial career.[26:27] - Negotiations Ninja: Teaching sales teams and procurement teams how to negotiate.In this episode of the Transformed Sales Podcast, I had a chat with Mark Raffan, the Founder and CEO of Negotiations Ninja, a world-class negotiation training tailored to your needs. Mark is an entrepreneur, sales, and procurement veteran, podcast host, speaker, and recognized negotiation expert. He has led C-Suite negotiations for many years for a variety of companies and industries. Now running his own negotiations training company, Mark utilizes his extensive speaking experience to deliver engaging, usable and market-relevant training to an underserved market. He is the co-host of two incredible podcasts Negotiations Ninja Podcast (one of the top negotiations podcasts in the world) and Content Callout (about B2B content marketing). Mark is an expert in influence, persuasion, and negotiation and has coached executives and teams in some of the largest companies in the world, he has been referenced in Entrepreneur, Forbes, Thrive Global, and many other publications. He shared his expertise on how salespeople can win more sales by relating better with procurement teams, identifying all the purchasing influencers in an organization beforehand, and much more. He also talked about the factors of success in sales leadership and entrepreneurship. Don't miss out.Quotes“Your ability to understand the stakeholders that affect and are affected by the sale are very very important” - Mark Raffan“The single biggest mistake that most salespeople make is that they think it's a one-to-one sale. And it's not a one-to-one sale, it's a one-to-many sale” - Mark Raffan“Empathy is so critical to the sales process and the procurement process” - Mark RaffanLearn More About St John Craner in the Links Below:LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/markraffan/Twitter - https://twitter.com/NegotiationPodWebsite - https://negotiations.ninja/Connect with Wesleyne:Wesleyne's Website - https://transformedsales.com/Wesleyne on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/wesleynegreer/Wesleyne on Facebook - https://web.facebook.com/wesleynegreerWesleyne on Twitter - https://twitter.com/wesleynegreerEmail Her at email@example.com
Consider your potential, the potential of your people, and the potential of your company. If you're not looking for ways to develop potential all around, chances are you are missing out on major opportunities. Joanna Bloor is a career futurist, multi-time TED speaker, and author of Tales of Potential: The Cinderella Story You Haven't Heard. She has joined the podcast to discuss tactics for unlocking potential to become the best version of yourself as a leader or draw out the best in your team. The nature of the workforce is continually changing, but one badge of honor always seems to stick — being busy. Too many people consider being busy the greatest measure of their productivity, but what if we can transform perceived busy-ness into harnessing greater potential? In Cinderella's story, the key to her success wasn't the appearance of her fairy godmother. Her preparation, consistency, and leadership skills laid the foundation for her success long before she was faced with a pumpkin that turned into a coach or had to make the split-second decision to leave her glass slipper behind. It becomes infinitely easier to be an effective leader when you begin to view others not as a charity case that needs to be fixed, but as a “princess” with potential that an effective leader can help unlock. Listen in as Joanna highlights different potential leadership styles that harness the strengths that are already there and just need to be brought to light. Interview Links: Tales of Potential Resources: 20,000 Scaleups Scaling Up Summits (Select Bill Gallagher as your coach during registration for a discount.) Bill on YouTube Recruiter.com Short List (use code scaleup) Scaling Up is the best-selling book by Verne Harnish and our team for Scaling Up Coaches (formerly Gazelles). We share how the fastest-growing companies succeed where so many others fail. Bill Gallagher, Scaling Coach and host of the show, is an international business coach who works with C-Suite leaders to achieve breakthrough growth. We help leadership teams with the biggest decisions around People, Strategy, Execution, and Cash so that they can Scale Up successfully and beat the odds of business growth. Scaling Up is based on Verne's original best-selling business book, Mastering the Rockefeller Habits. Did you enjoy today's episode? If so, then please leave a review! Help other business leaders discover the Scaling Up Business Podcast so they, too, can benefit from the ideas shared in these podcasts.
It's episode 30 of Blended: I'm joined by a brand new panel of inspirational professionals and, today, we're talking about classism. Now, some people believe that we've left classism behind. But, sadly, studies show that it's alive and well – and its impacts are huge. The bottom 80% of the United States holds only 12% of its wealth; the bottom 60%, is just 3% of its wealth. And despite this huge disparity, little is being done to drive change. In a world where we're working hard to tackle issues around gender, race, sexuality, religion and more – why are conversations around socioeconomic groupings still so often missing from the conversation? Surely it's high time we address class barriers, build bridges and work harder to become a more equitable society. So today, our guests will be diving into classism and what it means to them; sharing their personal experiences; reflecting on education, privilege and pedigree; and discussing what organizations can do to tackle classism in the workplace and create more truly diverse communities. IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS: [01.01] Introductions to our Blended panelists. Elise – VP of Customer Experience at Parade Courtney – Co-founder and CEO of Renewal Logistics and ReNew Amanda – Associate Director at Savills Christine – VP of Product Marketing and Go-to-Market at Nulogy “When I think about classism, it's really class discrimination. We live in a system where people are valued and treated differently based on their perceived class…. It's so systemic and it reaches every single part of our system.” Elise [05.27] The group discusses classism, the complex issues that feed into it, and what classism means to them. “It goes beyond how others perceive you – classism is also about how you perceive yourself. You grow up in a particular socio-economic group, and often you can self-limit.” How others see us How we see ourselves Self-sabotage Imposter syndrome and mindset Privilege Access to/relationship with education Etiquette and formality Generational money/mindset/networks Communication between classes Building communities and relationships Meritocracy Criminalization of poverty Entrepreneurship, financial security as a safety net and how money allows you to take more risks Perceptions, and Illusions of social media Power of networks “We would be so much further along as a society if everyone was comfortable talking to other people with an open mind, more like ‘what can I learn from this conversation' rather than ‘what am I going to disagree with.'” Courtney [47.17] The panel shares their experiences of classism in the workplace, and the impact of pedigree and education. “I didn't think I was enough, I'm not good enough, I don't have the pedigree – I never saw myself being someone that could be at an elite level. And it wasn't because intellectually I wasn't enough, it was because of that class that I was born in and what I saw all around me.” Christine Christine's experience of educational hierarchy and her reflections on classism in the Ivy League Elise's experience of start-ups, the ‘typical' type of founder, leader and C Suite member, the ‘boys club' and how she developed her own biases How we can work on ourselves and tackle bias [58.02] The group share their ideas for how organizations can help to tackle classism in the workplace. Amanda shares how Savills are helping to support young people entering real estate The importance of mentors Stepping out of your comfort zone Celebrating small wins and sharing expectations Creating opportunities for success Creating development plans for staff Respect Thinking about people holistically and making changes Innovative thinking Potential classism in remote work Ensuring class is part of DEI policy Team-building Education and training Translating values into behaviors Tackling classism through supplier diversity “It's the subtle shift from looking for culture fit, to looking at culture add… we want someone to both support and challenge.” [1.22.37] The panel sums up their thoughts from today's discussion. RESOURCES AND LINKS MENTIONED: You can connect with Elise, Courtney, Amanda and Christine over on LinkedIn. If you enjoyed this episode and want to hear more, why not check out 215: Blended – Shining a light on social inequality, or 323: Blended – How to Foster an Inclusive Workplace. Check out our other podcasts HERE.
“Plastic has its use cases. In the medical industry, it saves lives every day. But for takeaway uses, where it's used for a short amount of time, that's where it's a real issue.” For today's 40 Minute Mentor episode, we're joined by Pierre Paslier, the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Notpla, a sustainable packaging startup. To this day, Notpla have partnered with the likes of Lucozade, to replace single use plastic cups and bottles at the London Marathon, and JustEat, to launch a food container coated with seaweed - a revolutionary move for the takeaway industry. Following this huge progress in the industry, to help ease the damage made to the environment, the Notpla team have recently been awarded with Prince William's prestigious, 1 million pound Earthshot prize. Today, Pierre shares tons of insights with us, including: ➡️ How he became a Founder, following years at L'Oreal [03:57] ➡️ The experiences at L'Oreal that led to the creation of Notpla [05:23] ➡️ Notpla's mission and how their packaging works [07:33] ➡️ Seeing Notpla's packaging being used at the Women's Euros [11:16] ➡️ Winning the Earthshot Prize [13:16]➡️ Meeting Prince William at the Earthshot retreat [15:53] ➡️ More about our sponsors, Alchemist [18:11] ➡️ Dealing with increasing media attention and keeping an eye on your mission [19:28] ➡️ Building the Notpla team [22:03] ➡️ Advice for moving into sustainability [28:28] ➡️ The part we can all play in reducing plastic packaging [31:03] ⛳ Helpful links:➡️ More about Pierre: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pierrepaslier/ ➡️ Check out Notpla: https://www.notpla.com/
Maximize Your Career with Stacy Mayer
Ep #170: Transitioning to the C-Suite with my Corporate Badass Client Jennifer FisherJennifer is the Chief Sales Officer at WorldStrides; the host of her very own podcast, A Life You Love: Sales Tips with Jennifer Fisher; and a long-time member of my Executive Ahead of Time and Leadership Table coaching programs. If you want to become the kind of leader who can paint an inspiring vision for your team, a leader who can step back, pivot, and really focus on what you can control, and a leader who can do the work (and but be recognized and rewarded handsomely for it) – while also bringing more diversity to the leadership table – then this episode is for you. In this episode of Women Changing Leadership with Stacy Mayer, Jennifer and I dive into the shifts Jennifer made to grow her leadership and advance herself all the way to the c-suite – and beyond.Join us inside my group coaching intensive, Executive Ahead of Time.
The Business of You with Rachel Gogos
Tissa Richards wears cowboy boots to every meeting. Every day, she shows up as her authentic self - and she's here to encourage you to do the same! Tissa is a repeat technology founder and CEO on a mission to create a legion of leaders with an unshakable sense of self. As an Executive Coach, she teaches C-Suite professionals how to articulate their value propositions, stand out, be memorable, and get hired. Tissa has founded, invested in, and run software companies in Silicon Valley. She holds over a dozen software patents and has won awards for her valuable software products. As a keynote speaker and facilitator, Tissa Richards helps leaders and rising stars from high-growth startups to Fortune 500 companies create blueprints that nurture diverse and emerging talent. Tissa works with the world's largest private equity and investment firms and corporations as well as innovative startups. She speaks globally on topics affecting executives and leaders. Tissa's inaugural business book, No Permission Needed, is a useful guide to a successful career trajectory at the executive level. Designed as a workbook, No Permission Needed is your #1 resource to help you become your own most powerful advocate. She dedicates herself to help foster innovation, engagement,long-term value, and lift up all team members for equal voices and meaningful contributions. Pivoting is okay - and even necessary Tissa Richards was a successful CEO and Tech Founder. Frequently the only woman in the room, Tissa created software that she patented. She had caught the startup bug, and launched project after project in a hyper-competitive industry. At the height of her achievement, Tissa came to a troubling realization: She was totally burnt out. Exhausted and depleted, she decided to step back. In a culture that glamorizes the grind and rewards obsession, Tissa made the difficult decision to take time away. It may have been the best choice she ever made. While on leave, she began receiving offers from companies wanting her to consult. Major brands had questions, and she had the answers. She resolved to make her knowledge her next business, and Tissa Richards Executive Leadership Training was established. Money and values are not created equally When Tissa began raising capital as a young entrepreneur, she didn't ask enough questions. If she were to give other Founders valuable advice, it's this: Get to know your investors. Naive and new to asking for large sums of money, Tissa believed that all money would propel her forward. But now, she knows differently. When asked why, she says that a thousand dollars from two different investors has different implications. Her advice is to get to know investors and their motivations. What are their values? What is their mission? Are your visions for the world aligned? By knowing what is important to you, you will ask the questions that will yield the best funding from the right people. Know yourself, grow your business Tissa Richards believes in authenticity - not just as a buzzword, but as a daily practice. Her coaching and speaking are founded on the belief that what sets you apart as a person and as a leader, is the secret sauce that adds value to the world. Finding your unique value can help you reach your career goals. Whether you're trying to set yourself apart in interviews, present to your senior executives for a promotion, manage a team effectively or build your brand, showing up as yourself can help you use your strengths to stand apart from the rest. Tissa is an expert at personal and professional branding - and she is here to encourage us to be ourselves in business and life! Quotes “If you're not thriving, your company won't thrive.” “I thought I was writing my book for women. But I've had a lot of men reach out and tell me that it really resonated with them. I was surprised, because you want to be specific and go narrow. But the premise of the book is, who are you? You want to know that and do that in a really unapologetic way, both about the value you bring to your work and the values you operate with as a leader.” “We do a lot of talking about what we do and how we do it…and we don't talk enough about why it matters. Frontloading with why it matters and then using that to activate talking about what you do - that's a great way to get hired, stand out and have an executive presence. That's how you accelerate your career.” “When asked about their values, people like to say - I lead with compassion. I lead with empathy. But I like to go one level down and say, tell me why! Those are great aspirational statements, but if we can't get to the heart of why that's important and how it creates results, then it's empty. If you articulate it, it helps people know the brand and your values.” “Every day, I look at my calendar and get really excited! That's when you know you're really thriving.” Links mentioned in this episode: Visit Tissa Richards' website at www.tissarichards.com Connect with Tissa Richards on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/tissa-richards/ Take an online course or join a Coaching Cohort with Tissa at https://www.tissarichardsleadership.com/ Purchase Tissa's book, No Permission Needed, on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/Permission-Needed-Leadership-Potential-Self-Doubt-ebook/dp/B0BF7G3X5H Find No Permission Needed on Audible at https://www.audible.com/pd/No-Permission-Needed-Audiobook/B0BHTWLQ9T
In this episode, Ruth is joined by guest Lexi Soulios to discuss the different orders of systems that exist within families. SEGMENT 1: Introduction In segment one, Ruth and Lexi introduce the topic, discussing the importance of understanding the different orders of systems for families. They explain that these systems are a way to understand the dynamics within a family and can help individuals navigate their relationships with their family members more effectively. SEGMENT 2: The Order Of Belonging Moving on to segment two, Ruth and Lexi discuss the first order of systems for families, the order of belonging. They explain that this order is all about establishing a sense of belonging and connection within the family unit. They discuss the importance of creating a family culture that promotes inclusivity and acceptance. SEGMENT 3: The Order Of Precedence In segment three, Ruth and Lexi move on to the second order of systems for families, the order of precedence. This order is all about establishing a hierarchy within the family unit. Ruth and Lexi discuss the challenges that can arise when there is a power struggle within the family and provide tips for navigating these situations. SEGMENT 4: The Order Of Reciprocity In segment four, Ruth and Lexi discuss the third order of systems for families, the order of reciprocity. This order is all about establishing a sense of give-and-take within the family unit. Ruth and Lexi talk about the importance of setting boundaries and establishing healthy communication patterns within the family. SEGMENT 5: Conclusion In the final segment, segment five, Ruth and Lexi wrap up their discussion on the three orders of systems for families. They recap the importance of understanding these systems and provide some final tips for individuals looking to improve their relationships with their family members. That's it for this episode of Your Body Advocate Podcast. Join us next time for more insightful discussions on health and wellness. Who is Lexi? Lexi Soulios is a therapist and growth strategist who helps leaders clear old patterns so they can reach their next-level business, relationship, and life goals. Over the past 20 years, she has supported thousands of clients and students across five continents – including NY Times best-selling authors, C-Suite executives, celebrity families, leading business coaches, and renowned healers. Her work has been featured in Forbes, The Huffington Post, Thrive Global, and OMTimes. Lexi lives in the mountains of North Carolina with her husband, stepson, and pack of oddball rescue dogs. You Can Reach Her Out: WEBSITE: https://www.lexisoulios.com/ EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/lexisoulios/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/lexi.soulios/ LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lexisoulios
Tara Guinta (partner at Paul Hastings, LLP) is a recognized risk strategy and compliance expert as well as an advisor to boards, executive management teams, and global companies. She advises stakeholders on corporate governance and enterprise & risk management as well as being co-chair of Paul Hastings' ESG Risk Strategy and Compliance Practice. Lastly, Tara was vice-chair of Paul Hastings' Investigations and White Collar Defense Practice from 2017-2022.Join Beth and Dianne this week as for a comprehensive discussion with Tara on ESG in general, and what's new with Paul Hastings.
As a C-level executive, VP, or even a Director, you know that reaching the top of your organization can be a long journey. While different factors contribute to success, many roadblocks can stand in your way and make the journey to the C-suite table difficult. Today, I will unpack some of the biggest roadblocks that can prevent talented individuals from reaching this level of success. Let's dive in. >> Links mentioned within
Listen, Learn, and Communicate your Brand. Align your LinkedIn profile to how you appear and interact in person. Use your LinkedIn profile as your Digital Ambassador Says my Next guest Carol Kaemmerer.She has a special affinity with displaced C-Suite executives by helping them learn and develop a brand that others recognize. According to Carol, we must strive to be recognizable inside and outside our current job or business. She advocates for keeping wisdom in the workplace with a strong focus on brand pillars. What are the three things you want to be known for? What are your differentiators? What are your purpose, passion, and principles that you Lead with? Become your Own Brand Ambassador!Carol Kaemmerer took what seemed like shockingly bad news and turned it into an amazing opportunity. After a surprise downsizing in the Fortune 500 company she served as a consultant, Carol found that her 20 years of marketing communications experience provided the perfect set-up for helping professionals build their online brand. LinkedIn, she recognized, is an integral part of that brand-building. But many brilliant leaders cannot articulate their brand effectively on LinkedIn, which was a weak link in their online reputation. Since 2011, Carol has focused her communications expertise on helping C-suite executives and senior leaders use LinkedIn powerfully, creating positioning and messaging that reflects their business passion with authenticity. The American Reporter has recognized her as one of the “Top Six Professional Branding Experts to Watch in 2022.” Her award-winning book, LinkedIn for the Savvy Executive, was published in its Second Edition in 2021. Carol is a professional member of the National Speakers Association, Certified Virtual Presenter, Advisor to the C-Suite Network, Esteemed Faculty Member of the Women's Coaching and Consulting Council, and a member of LeadHERship Global. Let Us Welcome Carol Kaemmerer to the Follow The Brand Podcast Where We are building a 5 Star Brand that You can Follow!
Passive Wealth Strategies for Busy Professionals
Taylor talks to Andrew Schutsky about his journey as a real estate investor. Andrew started 15 years ago by buying a short-term rental property for his family to use as a vacation home. He then decided to take things further and scale up, researching Bigger Pockets and the multi-family space. This conversation will discuss the benefits and drawbacks of investing in short-term rentals and multi-family investments, looking at factors such as depreciation and appreciation, cash flow, landlord laws in different locations, budget for renovations, reserves for unexpected expenses, and more. Andrew will also speak about the importance of balancing real estate investing and other commitments. Finally, he'll talk about the need for reliable partners when investing in multi-family real estate - from referrals from people who have worked with them in the past to setting up a transparent process for asset management with one specific individual assigned as an asset manager with a consistent cadence. Join us to learn more about Andrew's journey and hear his advice! [00:01 - 06:48] Opening Segment Andrew started investing in short-term rentals to have a place to take his family on vacation Got into multi-family investing and now does both Balances real estate investing with family commitments and professional commitments The process for adding long-term multi-family into the investment process Building/renting new construction or value add multi-family for passive income [06:49 - 14:11] Exploring the Benefits of Short-Term Rental Investing: Lessons Learned and When to Cash In Depreciation from short-term rentals has been a huge benefit No taxable income on any of the short-term rentals generated so far Appreciation and depreciation are two of the most significant benefits from a cash flow standpoint Have an ample renovation budget, double what you expect Long-term appreciation potential has been the biggest win [14:12 - 19:51] Finding Your Real Estate Niche: Balancing Time Commitments, Family and Investing Interest rates are still low, and property values are high The right moment to cash in on these things has not dropped that much yet. It is essential to be consistent with commitments and flexible when life gets in the way. Know which action to take and draw out priorities to knock out tasks when time is available. Focus on what you are good at or like doing, and test it out by dedicating 60-90 days to it [19:52 - 26:57] The Key to Successful Asset Management in Multi-Family Deals Referrals from people who have worked with potential partners in the past are vital to finding compatible partners Ask questions about communication style and respect for the time when vetting potential partners Having one specific individual as the asset manager is essential for clarity and success Establish a regular cadence of communication with the property manager [26:58 - 31:21] Closing Segment Best investment: a 43-unit property in Greenville, South Carolina Worst investment: a stock that was a startup pharmaceutical The most important lesson learned: don't try to do it all yourself and figure out what you're good at Connect with Andrew! Website: www.InvestwithRedline.com Invest passively in multiple commercial real estate assets such as apartments, self-storage, medical facilities, hotels, and more through https://www.passivewealthstrategy.com/crowdstreet/ Participate directly in real estate investment loans on a fractional basis. Go to www.passivewealthstrategy.com/groundfloor/ and get ready to invest on your terms. Join our Passive Investor Club to access passive commercial real estate investment opportunities. LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or clicking here to listen to our previous episodes. Quotes: "There is no magic bullet. For me, it's all about just being consistent with your commitments and yourself and being flexible." - Andrew Schutsky "It sounds simple, but it can't be overstated. How important is it for someone getting into the game and thinking that they're going to just figure it out as they go? I can tell you it will not go well." - Andrew Schutsky
Sam and Travis are back to kick off a new Business Monday series that tackles the failures of most startup businesses. Dive deeper into this episode to learn why capital, money, and goals are crucial in the early stage of a business, and follow this conversation for more powerful business insights.Key takeaways to listen forTop reasons why businesses failHow mismanaged expectations affect business financesWhy debt is necessary for entrepreneurial successStandards of an effective team and the best way to take care of people What makes people a vital aspect of a businessThe value of having mentors in your entrepreneurial journeyResources Mentioned In This EpisodeAmazonAbout Sam Salah and Travis RevelleFormer corporate executive Travis Revelle switched to entrepreneurship in the internet and healthcare sectors, founding many successful businesses and raising hundreds of millions of dollars for his clients.Sam Salah is a well-known businessperson and a lifelong serial entrepreneur interested in everything from technology to high-performance vehicles.This episode is suitable for the C-Suite, entrepreneurs, business leaders, managers, and front-line employees because each of them is a wealth of material and a powerhouse when combined.Connect with Sam and Travis LinkedIn: Travis Revelle | Sam SalahConnect With UsMaster your context with real results leadership training!To learn more, visit our website at www.greatsummit.com.For tax, bookkeeping, or accounting help, contact Dr. Nate's team at www.theincometaxcenter.com or send an email to email@example.com.Follow Dr. Nate on His Social MediaLinkedIn: Nate Salah, Ph.DInstagram: @natesalah Facebook: Nate SalahTikTok: @drnatesalahClubhouse: @natesalah
The Digital Supply Chain podcast
In this episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast I had the privilege of speaking with RJ Romano from BDO about their 2023 Manufacturing CFO Outlook Survey. We delved into the challenges facing global supply chains and how companies are adapting and evolving to meet those challenges.In this episode, we discussed:The impact of the pandemic on China's economy and global supply chainsThe future of global supply chains and what they may look like in the next few yearsThe involvement of CFOs in supply chain management and the importance of collaboration between departmentsThe importance of having a resilient and bulletproof supply chain in case of future disruptionsOne key takeaway from our conversation was that companies are now looking to decentralize their supply chains and invest in different countries to create more regionalized and global supply chains. This shift is driven by the need for more resilient supply chains that can withstand future disruptions.It was fascinating to hear RJ's insights and I hope you find this episode as informative and engaging as I did. Don't forget to listen to the episode in full and share your thoughts with me!The video of this podcast is on YouTube at https://youtu.be/V-nJ4nsQb-sPodcast supportersI'd like to sincerely thank this podcast's generous supporters: Lorcan Sheehan Krishna Kumar Christophe Kottelat Olivier Brusle Robert Conway Alexandra Katopodis Alicia Farag Joël VANDI And remember you too can Support the Podcast - it is really easy and hugely important as it will enable me to continue to create more excellent Digital Supply Chain episodes like this one.Podcast Sponsorship Opportunities:If you/your organisation is interested in sponsoring this podcast - I have several options available. Let's talk!FinallyIf you have any comments/suggestions or questions for the podcast - feel free to just send me a direct message on Twitter/LinkedIn. If you liked this show, please don't forget to rate and/or review it. It makes a big difference to help new people discover it. Thanks for listening.
Women in Customer Success Podcast
In this episode, I'm talking to Laura Kightlinger, a VP of International Customer Success at Seismic. She leads the team responsible for partnering with customers across Europe and Asia to ensure their long-term value realisation on the platform. Prior to Seismic, Laura built the Customer Success team at Qubit from inception to 15 team members globally and supported significant growth at DocuSign and Google. She also shares her passion for Customer Success with others in the industry as a coach at Sales Impact Academy and Scalewise. Fun facts about Laura: lived and worked in a number of places across America and Europe Her dream location is in Southern Europe, near the seaside At the age of 16, she couldn't imagine her current career in tech, but definitely the aspect of problem-solving and her love of change! Career Journey: After studying accounting and finance, Laura started her career as a financial analyst role. She ended up working at Google and realised that sitting behind spreadsheets wasn't for her! She liked the entrepreneurial culture and the chance to grow something. After completing her MBA, she moved to London to work at Qubit, as a professional services consultant and eventually grew a global team in customer success. From here, Laura went on to join Seismic as a Customer Success Leader and has built teams in Europe and the APAC regions. Current Role: Laura always wanted to move abroad. She loves being in different places and learning about new traditions, foods and cultures, and having to learn to work with people that think differently and communicate differently. For Laura, living abroad was a really positive and enriching challenge, that helped her in building relationships and gaining local knowledge of how each market works to best support her clients. Laura's Customer Success Approach: With her background, Laura is able to bring credibility to her conversations with C-suite leaders from a finance and operations aspect. Customer Success is a huge part of revenue generation for businesses and Laura bridges that gap between overall business metrics and their own impact on the business. Laura notes the importance of not just focusing on the numbers but looking into where teams can focus on adoption and value. The aim is to try to show a data-driven picture to her leaders about what it is they do and how that ultimately contributes to the overall kind of financial and business goals that they have. Laura talks about how the value piece for her customers is always evolving. They focus a lot on tying the work they're doing with customers to their broader business goals, using storytelling around the value they drive. “I see so much the role of the CSM is to keep that conversation ongoing and make sure we have the finger on the pulse with the customer.” Her knowledge of dealing with different cultures in different ways - not a one size fits all approach – has helped her in the same way when she interacts with other leaders as a woman in a predominantly male environment. Main takeaway: When you want to deliver a message, either for C-suite or someone else, know your audience! There's a huge difference in the way you deliver the same message to different people based on your relationship with them. Follow Laura: https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurakightlinger/ _____________________________ Follow the WiCS Podcast: Website - http://womenincspodcast.com/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/54116922/admin/ Marija Skobe-Pilley, the Founder and Host - https://www.linkedin.com/in/mspilley/ Instagram: @womenincspodcast
How2Exit: Mergers and Acquisitions of Small to Middle Market Businesses
Marc's new book is "The Soul of the Deal-creative frameworks for buying, selling, and investing in any business". He's the Mentor-at-Large for UC Berkeley's $100MM seed fund and $50MM Opportunity Fund and their portfolio companies, and taught Berkeley's "Street Smart Startups" course.He Co-Founded software company Within3 which was sold to global PE powerhouse Insight Partners. As Founder and Managing Partner of Blue Mesa Partners, he was the first outside investor in OfficeMax, CadenceCounsel, Capstone Partners, LoungeBuddy, and Divergent3D.Marc has done 100's of M&A and venture capital deals as a seller, buyer, investor, C-Suite, Managing Partner, deal lawyer, Director, or investment banker.Watch it on Youtube: https://youtu.be/ioevvpVYPOY--------------------------------------------------Contact Marc onLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marc-morgenstern-he-him-90433b5/Website: http://www.bluemesapartners.com/Email: firstname.lastname@example.org--------------------------------------------------How2Exit Joins ITX's Channel Partner Network!-Why ITX?Since 1998, ITX has created $5 billion in value by selling more than 225 IT businesses in 20 countries. ITX works exclusively with IT-enabled businesses generating between $5M and $30M who are ready to be sold, and M&A decision-makers who are ready to buy. For over 25 years ITX has developed industry knowledge that helps them determine whether a seller is a good fit for their buyers before making a match."Out of all of the brokers I've met, this team has the most experience and I believe the best ability to get IT service businesses sold at the best price" - Ron SkeltonThe ITX M&A Marketplace we partnered with has a proprietary database of 50,000+ global buyers seeking IT Services firms, MSPs, MSSPs, Software-as-a-Service platforms, and channel partners in the Microsoft, Oracle, ServiceNow, and Salesforce space.If you are interested in learning more about the process and current market valuations, complete the contact form and we'll respond within one business day. Everything is kept confidential.Are you interested in what your business may be worth? Unlock the value of your IT Services firm, visit https://www.itexchangenet.com/marketplace-how2exit and complete the contact form.Our partnership with ITX focuses on deals above $5M in value. If you are looking to buy or sell a tech business below the $5M mark, we recommend Flippa.Flippa - Real Buyers, Real Sellers - Where the Real Deals Are MadeVisit Flippa - https://www.dpbolvw.net/click-100721038-15233003--------------------------------------------------
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Today in Episode 62 Paul interviews Matt and Buffy Payne! They are a huge part of the driving force behind the C-Suite for Christ Atlanta community and share a great conversation with Paul about their mission to cover the world in Christ. You will not want to miss this one. Enjoy! Learn more at https://csuiteforchrist.com Learn more about Matt by connecting with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mattpayne1724/ Learn more about Buffy by connecting with her on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/buffyachristie/ Matt's email address is email@example.com Buffy's email address is firstname.lastname@example.org The C-Suite for Christ would like to thank Tom Feldhusen, Executive Advisor, for his support of this program. To learn more about Tom and the services that he provides, please click here. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/c-suite-for-christ/message
Event Manager Podcast by Skift Meetings
Here are a few of the topics we cover: The need to speak the language of the c-suite and understand business objectives How event program consolidation is linked with corporate culture Why community and belonging are what makes events great, regardless of how senior you are or what your role is Why neurodiversity will change the way meeting experiences work How new workforce developments, sustainability, and the politics of meetings are top of mind for senior event leaders Skift Meetings is defining the future of business events. Visit our website for the latest news, reports, and events.
How can you add value and make your presence known in any room you find yourself in along your career journey? In this candid conversation, founder, consultant, communications, branding and media expert Gabrielle Gambrell (former EP 74 guest) shares the strategies she was able to use along her #dreamdriving journey to advance from intern to C-suite executive. Some of the topics we discuss include: Climbing the corporate ladder as a black woman How to get a seat at the table Leveraging your gifts to advance your career Ageism and what it was like being a millennial woman of color in the c-suite How financial literacy plays an important part in professional and personal development Setting her children up for financial success The role of motherhood The importance of financial literacy and wealth building The power of community...and more!
Wharton Business Radio Highlights
Laura Zarrow, Executive Director of Wharton People Analytics and host of Women@Work on SiriusXM, joins the show to discuss Women's History Month and why this year's theme hits close to home. She also discusses women in the C-suite, corporate culture, and why burnout is a major concern for women in leadership positions. This interview originally aired as part of Wharton Business Daily's Women in Business special in honor of Women's History Month. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Female Founders Breaking Boundaries
Change is inevitable and sometimes it comes without us asking for it so instead of fearing change, we must embrace it and ask ourselves what we can start to do differently to not only survive but to thrive through this time. This week's episode 89 of Female Founders Breaking Boundaries is about staying flexible through failure!Have you ever felt like you were WAY too busy, stressed out, burnt out, and overwhelmed, so you were advised to delegate some tasks to take things off your plate and free up some time? Except, maybe it didn't work. If getting out of the day-to-day in your business was as simple as hiring more people, then why are you still feeling overwhelmed and burned out? You are not alone! Sometimes, simply delegating tasks doesn't work and instead shifts your workload from “doing” to “managing.”I invite you to use the exercise that our own C-Suite clients use to take the first step in turning your team into a well-oiled, self-managed machine- and get you out of the delegation catch-22. Download the exercise here to get started!In this episode of Female Founders Breaking Boundaries, my guest Virginia Frischkorn shares how her app Partytrick acts as a “planner in your pocket” to help you make your aspirational event vision attainable. She also shares insight and advice on how to “fail forward” in business. Some of the things Virginia and I cover in this episode are:Taking inspiration from our kids as a reminder to stay curious and dream bigger. How Virginia took her knowledge of event planning and turned it into something anyone can use to create a curated and cohesive event without the overwhelm. What Virginia learned from her first failed launch and what she approached differently the second time around.Advice for leaders building their own companies. Thanks for listening! Be sure to tune in to all the episodes to receive tons of tools, advice, resources, support, and encouragement that resonate with the modern businesswoman and to hear even more about the points outlined above.If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to share and tag me! And don't forget to follow, rate, and review the podcast and tell me your key takeaways!Learn more about Female Founders Breaking Boundaries and Casey at https://c-suiteboutique.com/podcast/ CONNECT WITH VIRGINIA FRISCHKORN:Website*Use promo code FFBB for 3 FREE months of PartytrickTikTokInstagramFacebookLinkedInPinterestCONNECT WITH CASEY GROMER:LinkedInCompany PersonaWork with Casey Gromer! Book an Advisory Call
Strategy and plans mean nothing if you are not pushing yourself out of your comfort zone and taking calculated risks to realize your business and financial goals. We can't be afraid to grow if we want to genuinely succeed. Today's guest is Ryan Berman, Founder of Courageous. With more than 20 years in the courageous ideas space, Ryan is a speaker, practitioner and authority on the subject. His methods to unlocking change inside organizations have been featured in Entrepreneur, Fast Company, Inc and Forbes. Ryan has spoken all over the country to C Suite, teams and professional services audiences on the topic and covers the learnings found in his book Return On Courage: A Business Playbook For Change. Ryan also hosts The Courageous Podcast where he talks with thought leaders from around the globe in business, sports and entertainment to uncover what it means to be courageous in today's world. His ultimate goal is to inspire more people to choose courage. He's here today to help you build your risk muscle and take your life to the next level!
HBS Managing the Future of Work
How is the convergence of banking and technology redefining roles and business models? Marco Argenti went from directing cloud services at Amazon Web Services to the C-Suite of a Wall Street giant. He explains how Goldman taps business-savvy technologists to support strategic decision-making and develop new digital products and services.
Today we're talking to Etienne de Bruin, Founder of 7CTOs. We discuss the blueprint of success for CTOs; why your fellow c-suites perspective on success will impact your company at its core; and how to balance rest with the entrepreneurial spirit. All of this right here, right now, on the Modern CTO Podcast! For more about 7CTO, check out their website: https://7ctos.com/ Produced by ProSeries Media.
Wake up your emotional intelligence so you can be a better leader. If you want to develop your business, you have to be willing to develop yourself. Emotional intelligence goes hand-in-hand with successful leadership. Dr. Robert Hernandez is a Jungian-trained, licensed psychologist who helps HR departments identify, assess, and develop strong, emotionally intelligent leaders. His work focuses on ego-Self axis leadership through the lens of emotional intelligence. Authentic, not overpowering, authority is the leadership style that will connect you with your team in meaningful ways. Projecting higher, louder energy isn't nearly as effective as simply projecting a passion for the work and change you are working for. To tune into your passion, consider the following questions: What do you like about the message you are trying to share? What excites you about the possibilities associated with your message? What do you care about? If you don't have clear answers, you need to listen to the suggestions in this conversation that will increase your connections and rev your passion back up. The way that you manage and harness your emotions and your passions can make all the difference in your effectiveness as a leader. When you are connected with your emotions you can become an excellent and charismatic leader. Interview Links: influens.com Resources: 20,000 Scaleups Scaling Up Summits (Select Bill Gallagher as your coach during registration for a discount.) Bill on YouTube Recruiter.com Short List (use code scaleup) Scaling Up is the best-selling book by Verne Harnish and our team for Scaling Up Coaches (formerly Gazelles). We share how the fastest-growing companies succeed where so many others fail. Bill Gallagher, Scaling Coach and host of the show, is an international business coach who works with C-Suite leaders to achieve breakthrough growth. We help leadership teams with the biggest decisions around People, Strategy, Execution, and Cash so that they can Scale Up successfully and beat the odds of business growth. Scaling Up is based on Verne's original best-selling business book, Mastering the Rockefeller Habits. Did you enjoy today's episode? If so, then please leave a review! Help other business leaders discover the Scaling Up Business Podcast so they, too, can benefit from the ideas shared in these podcasts.
Today on the podcast we have Erica Rooney an executive coach and consultant, Chief People Officer, C-Suite "whisperer", wife, mom, entrepreneur, and fitness fanatic. She is on a mission to help anyone to break out of their sticky floors and bust through the glass ceiling, to live a life filled with purpose, passion, and peace. Erica is also the host of the podcast "From Now to Next" where she explores limiting beliefs that keep people trapped in their own sticky floors, to help others redefine success and chase big and bold dreams!
Navigating Corporate America isn't easy, but if you come from a different country, it's challenging on a whole other level. Learning cultural nuances takes up a lot of space in your professional and emotional hard drive. It's a process that doesn't happen overnight, and it can lead to many awkward /embarrassing “lost in translation” moments (that hopefully will be material for laughter later on. Or therapy. Or both).During this episode, we speak with Susana Sala Bosch, a C-Suite level leader in the fields of operations, strategic planning, global HR functions across the industries of entertainment, alcoholic beverages, supermarket retail, and food production. Her most recent corporate role was as Chief Operating Officer, Southern Europe, Latin America, Middle East and Africa @ Paramount.Susana is from Spain, where being extremely direct, loud, and having a strong appreciation for curse words is the norm. When her career led to a leadership role in the U.S., Susana had to learn to adapt to the many cultural differences of Corporate America, and also, those of the teams she supervised with employees spread throughout the world. Susana is full of thoughtful and honest insights when it comes to understanding cultural nuance.If you work with people from other countries and want to understand international perspectives or if you are from a foreign country and are now working with the U.S., this episode is a MUST.----Reach out to us! Hello@surfingcorporate.comSubscribe to our newsletter @surfingcorporate.comFollow Surfing Corporate on LinkedIn and Instagram This episode was produced and edited by Aileen Merciel.Original theme music is by Chaliwa Music. The rest of our music is by BlueDot Sessions.
https://thinkfuture.com | The Future of Generative AI with my eminent guests and experts in the field: Bernardo Crespo and Gam Dias Bernardo Crespo Passionate about digital strategy and leadership. I help leading companies (Fortune 500) to follow the best path I have learned by applying a digital transformation (dogfooding). Passionate about sharing, I lead the academic direction of the Digital Transformation Executive Program at IE Business School and lecture on Data and Digital Strategy at IE Business School. I have experienced firsthand, from a leadership role, the digital transformation of one of the most important banks in Spain, BBVA. Extensive experience in digital strategy, and digital marketing in the banking sector. Named top 50 Spanish influencers in Digital Transformation by Expansión. Holding several awards worldwide in #gamification, my experiment on BBVA Game was a case study by Forrester and Gartner. I consider myself an avid and passionate apprentice of human behavior. My purpose is to put together all my life learnings to close the circle of the financial, the digital, the marketer, and the human. I keep on learning every day. Co-author of The Data Mindset Playbook (https://amzn.to/3gNjMjc), a collection of 52 stories on how to use data to transform your business for non-technical leaders who want to start speaking the language of data. Data. Digital sustainability under a more sustainable approach #DigitalSustainability #beyondDigital #DataLiteracy. Gam Dias Author:
TV distribution executive Scott Koondel details the launch of his Sox Entertainment banner and why it is well-positioned to take advantage of massive disruption across the media landscape. He offers insights on the evolution of the streaming marketplace, having orchestrated important early Netflix and Hulu licensing pacts for the CBS and the CW. And he explains how a phone call from Judith Sheindlin led to the creation of Freevee's “Judy Justice.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Leaders in action occasionally get upset and want to quit. How can you handle angry people with big complaints? Deeper listening is the key. Bill had a client who got into a fight with another manager. After listening deeply to his grievances, Bill was able to explore curiosity around the other manager in the fight, which then gave space for the angry manager to do so as well. When he did, he was able to go deeper and consider why the other manager might have gotten so upset. With greater compassion, he was able to address the real issue at hand. Behind every complaint is something virtuous. When you can point to the virtue amidst the complaint, understanding and effective change can take place. If you can stop fighting for your own position and consider what the other person is asking for, the underlying virtue can be addressed. Dealing with upset people can rapidly be shifted when you listen for and name the unspoken value that they are fighting for. Resources: 20,000 Scaleups Scaling Up Summits (Select Bill Gallagher as your coach during registration for a discount.) Bill on YouTube Recruiter.com Shortlist (use code scaleup) Scaling Up is the best-selling book by Verne Harnish and our team for Scaling Up Coaches (formerly Gazelles). We share how the fastest-growing companies succeed where so many others fail. Bill Gallagher, Scaling Coach and host of the show, is an international business coach who works with C-Suite leaders to achieve breakthrough growth. We help leadership teams with the biggest decisions around People, Strategy, Execution, and Cash so that they can Scale Up successfully and beat the odds of business growth. Scaling Up is based on Verne's original best-selling business book, Mastering the Rockefeller Habits. Did you enjoy today's episode? If so, then please leave a review! Help other business leaders discover the Scaling Up Business Podcast so they, too, can benefit from the ideas shared in these podcasts.
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This week, I am so honored and excited to introduce you to Pam McKissick! Pam's colorful career includes high-profile stints at Walt Disney Studios, TV Guide Networks, and WNEW-FM Metromedia New York. A woman of great character, ironic insight, intelligence, and creativity, Pam currently coaches C-Suite executives whose career or life is at a standstill, motivating them to embrace change, unpark their power, and become more confident leaders. In this episode, we'll explore: Pam's incredible career and when she truly found her voice Moving past your fear of using your voice and owning who you are What happens when we ignore inequality & stop paying attention Changing how you speak to yourself & why it doesn't matter what anyone else thinks Pam's current favorites: Book: City of Girls, Speaker: Maya Angelou, & Podcast: Rachel Maddow More from Pam Websites: www.pammckissick.com & www.Bossmaresart.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/pammckissick More from Tricia Streamline your speaking business with Speaker Flow Explore my content and follow me on YouTube Follow me on Instagram Connect with me on Facebook Connect with me on LinkedIn Visit my website at TriciaBrouk.com
In this episode, we meet Erica Anderson Rooney, who is an Executive Coach & Consultant, a Chief People Officer, a C-Suite "whisperer", wife, mom, entrepreneur, and fitness fanatic! Erica is also the host of the 'From Now To Next' podcast. She is on a mission to help anyone she meets, break out of their sticky floors, and bust through the glass ceiling, to live a life filled with purpose, passion, and peace.You can connect with Erica at:Website: https://www.fromnowtonext.org/Podcast: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1974099.rss LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericarooney/