AMA EdgewiseIn the coming weeks we will be bringing you the insights and voices of recognized thought leaders across a wide range of topics.
Our aim is to provide those essential "nuggets" of perspective that will help you and your organization improve performance, adapt to changing business realities, and prosper in a complex and competitive world.
Becoming an inspirational leader for your team.July 7, 2017 / Podcast # 17-27
Being an inspiring leader seems like an innate quality that some people are just born with. However, it can be taught. Bonnie Hagemann, co-author of Leading with Vision, joins us with some tips on how to get buy-in from your team and become a visionary leader.
Stop getting in the way of people who want to give you money.June 30, 2017 / Podcast # 17-26
Friction is an unfortunate part of life but it can be overcome. Jeff Rosenblum, co-director of the new documentary The Naked Brand, joins us to talk about the various kinds of friction we encounter and how brands can remove what is stopping their customers from making purchasing decisions.
Separating the reality from Hollywood.June 23, 2017 / Podcast # 17-25
You’ve probably seen Pretty Woman, Wall Street, or Working Girl and think you have an idea of how mergers and acquisitions work: a big scary company comes to buy a small company and sell it for scrap. David Braun, founder and CEO of Capstone, is here to tell you that is so outside the realm of reality “you could actually call it science fiction.” He joins us on Edgewise to bust some more myths about how mergers and acquisitions work from both sides of the table.
Adapting to the changing workforce.June 16, 2017 / Podcast # 17-24
There has been and probably always will be a culture clash when a new generation enters the workforce. With new technologies emerging every day, the clash between Millennials and their elders seems more pronounced than ever. Crystal Kadakia, author of the new book The Millennial Myth, joins us to talk about some companies that are accepting the cultural differences between generations and adapting to the changing workforce.
How intelligent is your company?June 9, 2017 / Podcast # 17-23
We know people can be measured on a scale on intelligence, but what if we could do the same for businesses? Our guest Anne Marie Knott has done just that. She’s here to talk about her RQ scale and how she uses it to measure the innovation output for companies worldwide.
How to make your life more inspiring.June 2, 2017 / Podcast # 17-22
When we think about inspirational leaders we tend to think about the big dreamers and the iconoclasts. It seems like it’s impossible to be inspiring ourselves. Kristi Hedges, author of the new book The Inspiration Code, joins us to talk about how we can make our words and actions more inspiring to others.
What you're saying vs. what they're hearing.May 26, 2017 / Podcast # 17-21
In today’s distracted world that’s always pulling us in a million different directions it’s hard to be memorable; there’s too much information and too little time. Paul Hellman, author of the new AMACOM book You’ve Got 8 Seconds, joins us with tips on how to capture attention and keep it.
Tips for you and your team.May 19, 2017 / Podcast # 19-20
Sarah Robb O’Hagan joins us this week to talk about some of the principles in her new book Extreme You: Step Up, Stand Out, Kick Ass, Repeat. Listen in for her advice on building great teams, how to stop your company from being too risk-averse, and working towards your own success.
Making your writing better for everyone.May 12, 2017 / Podcast # 17-19
Most industry writing is, let’s face it, boring. Anelia Varela, US Director of The Writer, has made it her mission to change that. Listen in for her tips on how to make your business writing simpler, more effective, and stand out from all your competition. Also make sure to check out the archive of our on-demand webcast with Anelia here!
Care personally, challenge directlyMay 5, 2017 / Podcast # 17-18
As a manager there’s a fine line to walk between being friendly and being helpful. That line gets even more blurry for women in the workforce. Kim Scott, author of Radical Candor, joins us with how to walk that line, how to provide even negative feedback while still remembering your colleagues’ humanity.