Archives from January 2017

Danielle Harlan on The New Alpha

How to be in charge, nicely.

January 27, 2017 / Podcast # 17-04

Danielle Harlan

Being the alpha dog is everyone’s goal right? But if you think about the alphas in your organization, they’re usually not someone you like very much. Danielle Harlan has seen a rise in what she calls the New Alpha, the kinder, more impactful leader.

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Alex Tapscott on the Blockchain Revolution

Securing transactions on the internet.

January 20, 2017 / Podcast # 17-03

Alex Tapscott
You’ve probably heard of bitcoin, probably as a means of payment for shady business deals. Bitcoin is about to get a lot more legit as the ways of ensuring cyber security and trust become more and more evolved. Alex Tapscott, author of Blockchain Revolution, joins us to talk about this emerging technology that’s about to be adapted to all aspects of our online lives.

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Alan Willett on Leading the Unleadable

Empathy for your problem employees.

January 13, 2017 / Podcast # 17-02

Alan Willett

We’ve all worked with someone who was a diva or a Debbie Downer. Sometimes we wonder why we don’t just fire them. Alan Willett is here to defend them: they usually have a good reason and there were warning signs all along. Alan joins us with some advice from his new book, Leading the Unleadable, published by AMACOM, on how to course correct on those problem employees.

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Jathan Janove on Hard-Won Wisdom

Manage employees like you've been doing it for decades.

January 6, 2017 / Podcast # 17-01

Jathan Janove

Jathan Janove has learned a lot of things about employee retention, both from the inside as an HR expert and the outside as an employment litigator. He joins us to give some tips from his new book Hard-Won Wisom, published by AMACOM, including his definition of employee engagement and some things you can do right away to make your employees feel more understood and valued.

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