Today’s guest is the CEO and President of Janson Associates, Dr. Kim Janson. She is also the author of the book Determining Leadership Potential which is both a broad and deep look at how and what to look for in potential leaders. In addition to her experience with Janson Associates, Dr. Janson also has experience as the Chief Talent Officer for Heinz and has done similar work with Bank of America.
Strategy Sprints with Simon Severino | Episode #112
Simon Severino built a fascinating consulting business focused around these Strategy Sprints he has mastered and even has a franchise model for coaches who want to advise under its umbrella. He is the author of Strategy Sprints that challenges entrepreneurs to get out of their own way and drive business to the next level.
Where Science Builds High Performers with Carla Fowler | Episode #111
In her unique journey to executive coach, today’s guest started in the medical field. This different experience than most coaches has led her to apply science to leadership, strategy, and high performance.
Your People’s Work is Remote, Not Distant with Gustavo Razzetti | Episode #110
The Covid-19 pandemic changed the way the world works. Whether temporarily or something more permanent, everyone experienced some sort of remote work with their organization. Many organizations discovered that it was a great new flexibility to offer employees and some organizations resisted the change. But like it or not, this new way of work is here to stay and today’s guest shares with us just how beneficial it can be
Finding Your Life Purpose with Paul Davis | Episode #109
Business advice is abundant, but today’s guest takes a completely different approach that focuses on the individual’s life purpose rather than the business itself. Paul Davis joins me today to talk about his unique approach and how it impacts his clients
Mindless Behaviors with Beatrice Adenodi | Episode #108
Everyone has mindless behaviors – the things we do without thinking about it. A lot of times, these behaviors have no impact on others and are typically part of our individuality. But what about the behaviors that get in our way?