Archives from September 2016

Nick Westergaard on Getting Scrappy

Using limited resources to build a strong brand.

September 30, 2016 / Podcast # 16-25

Nick Westergaard

Social media is taking over marketing and it can be hard to keep up but you don’t have to be Coca-Cola to make a splash in digital marketing. Nick Westergaard, author of the new AMACOM book Get Scrappy, is here to talk about how to figure out a strategy that will work for you and your company no matter what size. You’ll be able to work smart, not hard, and do more with fewer resources.

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Vijay Govindarajan on the Three Box Solution

Creating the future now.

September 23, 2016 / Podcast # 16-24

Vijay Govindarajan

If you want to succeed in the future you have to put down roots now. Vijay Govindarajan, author of  The Three Box Solution, joins us to talk about the three key steps you need to take to succeed and which of those steps you’re probably overlooking.

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Karin Hurt and David Dye on Winning Well

Be happy and get the results you want.

September 16, 2016 / Podcast # 16-23

Karin Hurt & David Dye

At work there’s winning and then there’s winning well. What’s the difference? It’s about getting results without sacrificing your soul. Authors of the book Winning Well (published by AMACOM) Karin Hurt and David Dye are here to talk about how to maintain your core values while still getting great results at work.

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Suzanne Bates on the Science of Executive Presence

The data behind the advice.

September 9, 2016 / Podcast # 16-22

Suzanne Bates

Suzanne Bates, author of All the Leader You Can Be, is here to give us a definition of “executive presence.” It’s something we all want but it’s hard to quantify. Suzanne is here with data to back up just what we should be working on to be the best leader we can be.

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Jennifer Kahnweiler on the Genius of Opposites

How introverts and extroverts make great teams together.

September 2, 2016 / Podcast # 16-21

Jennifer B. Kahnweiler, Ph.D.

Introverts and extroverts have different and sometimes contradictory strengths. When they pair up and manage to find a way to work together, introverts and extroverts can create power teams. Jennifer Kahnweiler, Ph.D., author of the new book The Genius of Opposites, joins us again to give us examples of some of those dynamic duos and how they managed to work together.

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