Originally from Hungary, today’s guest joins us to talk about a very hot topic in the business world: supply chain. Agnes Zsofia Nagy is a value chain and commercialism expert with a long track record in consulting. She currently owns her own consulting business where she focuses on supply chain with her clients and organizations.
As leaders we know that checking in and asking questions is important, but today’s guest shows us how our approach could be all wrong when engaging a team. In fact, checking in isn’t engaging at all, so what should we do instead? Today’s guest, Shawna Schuh discusses why and how leaders should ask good questions.
As the author of a fascinating book called From Start-Up to Grown-Up, Alisa Cohn joins us today to dive into the world of startup businesses. Alisa is an amazing coach with loads of well-deserved awards and recognitions but her focus and passion is around startup businesses and entrepreneurs. However, I believe her book and this episode are excellent for any leader, not just those in startups.
Most people like to think of themselves as doing good things in the world, but when we look at the concept of decency in our world’s cultures, we are lacking. So how can we do better as individuals to help create a better world? And how does this begin with businesses? Jeff Garson joins us today to break it down.
What does it mean to build a sale ready company? There will be a time as business owners when we need to have an exit strategy for various reasons. It is not something many entrepreneurs and organizations plan for. That’s why I’ve asked Josh Patrick to join us today on A Life and a Living Podcast to help us better understand the importance of building a sale ready company.
Joining us today on A Life and a Living Podcast is Michelle Natalya Moore, a fascinating lady with an equally fascinating career and insight on the trending problem with attention. Founder of MindEQuity Inc. Michelle helps organizations discover their weaknesses and guides them in not only treating attention as an asset but how to harness it for success. How much time is wasted each week by yourself and your team? You may be surprised.