Mark Josephson is the CEO of Castiron and Bitly and he is now working with food manufacturers. In this episode, you will understand why you need to start with a mission, vision, values, goals and how will you know which decisions to make when there are some hard decisions.
We're talking with Deacon Bradley from Sharp Business Growth who helps business leaders and focus on operations and marketing. In this episode, you will know about the key to hiring great team members and what mistakes leaders make around management and leadership.
Join us as we talk with Elliott Holland from Guardian Due Diligence who is a provider of Quality of Earnings (QoE) for Self-Funded Buyers. In this episode, you will know about how due diligence can dramatically affect the progress of your business.
Tim Redmond is the CEO of Redmond Growth Consulting and an expert guy who does growth. In this episode, you will know about helping businesses and organizations stimulate growth in their purpose and profits using innovative coaching and consulting approaches and tools.
Join us as we talk with Beth Hendler-Grunt who is the founder and president of Next Great Step, a New York City-based provider of career counseling to college graduates. In this episode, you will know about the ways how to get the first job opportunity for college graduates to achieve personal and financial success.
In this episode, we're talking with Jay Guilford from Cirque du Soleil who created Cirque’s leadership training program which challenged leadership teams to collaborate, communicate and tap into their creative potential. You will know about the way how managers lead and team members interact to have a collaboration even when there is a level of competition on teams.
Ben Wolf is the author of the book Fractional Leadership. He is also the CEO of Fractional Leadership LLC and Wolf's Edge Consulting who helps small and mid-sized entrepreneurial business owners breakthrough when they're hitting the ceiling. You will learn in this episode what fractional leadership is all about and how it is effective in your business.
We're talking with Candace Mae Gruber from Candace Mae Training and Services which helps create an agile team that can quickly adapt to change and be committed to the mission. You will learn about the leadership that cares through communication, attitude, relationships, sales, and how people are going to be the center of success.
Join us as we talk with Steven J Anderson who is the author of The Bicycle Book which is an autobiographical business novel. In this episode, you will learn about the 12 lessons on The Bicycle Book which are all about running a successful profitable business with happy paying customers who allow you to grow your business.
Kathryn Porritt is the founder and CEO of Business Bravery who specialize in quick, effective, and exponential marketing techniques that get fast and highly profitable results for the business. You will learn how to make your business feel more elegant which will give your more spaciousness to your day, time to dedicate to your clients and be creative to your business.
In this episode, we're talking with Neel Parekh from MaidThis Franchise who helps homeowners and short-term rental hosts with their cleanings. You will know about how franchisor systemized their business where it helps customers what to expect and to have a business where employees and team members know what to expect for excellence from them.
Join us as we talk with Loren Feldman who is the editor-in-chief and founder of 21 Hats, a platform for business owners where he edits a daily newsletter for entrepreneurs. In this episode, you will learn how is it different going from being an editor to joining the world of entrepreneurship and how you need to embrace your mistakes to be successful.