It has been a while, but we are welcoming back speaker and author, Joey Coleman. A few years ago, Joey became the bestselling author of the book Never Lose a Customer Again, but today he joins the podcast with his follow up book Never Lose an Employee Again.
In our conversation, Stephen explains the impact of unconscious communication and that things that get in the way of behavior shifts. He also shares his thoughts on the impact of having multiple generations in the workforce simultaneously. And the tools that effective leaders use to motivate themselves and how to go about motivating somebody else, which is not a logical straight line.
Marc Lesser has an extensive and absolutely fascinating background. From a zen teacher and mindfulness coach to CEO, Marc is also an author and has been involved with Google through his Search Inside Yourself program. In our conversation today, we discuss a lot about his interesting background and experiences, but we focus a lot on his newly released book Finding Clarity.
Your expertise as a leader is impactful, but today’s guest proves that you just can’t know it all. You do not have to be nor are you expected to be the expert in all areas. But how can you leverage your own expertise and the expertise of those you lead and work with?
Tamara Sanderson is the co-founder of Remote Works, an organizational design and consulting firm with a mission to liberate teams from the 9-5 and teach them to do their best work, anytime, anywhere. She is also the co-author of a book by the same name, which sounds like something that has just been written because of Covid-19, but her work predates Covid by quite some time.
Today’s guest is a passionate founder and CEO of Purpose Brand, an award-winning PR, brand and digital marketing firm in Chicago. Diane Primo builds on a groundbreaking 30 year career leading some of the top marketing organizations in the country and she has set up her agency based on her own extensive experience in the corporate world.