For Entrepreneurial Leaders, Uncategorized

Leadership and Entrepreneurship with Rhett Power – #54

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The Entrepreneur’s Book of Actions breaks down actions leaders/entrepreneurs can take to make small daily changes for a big impact. Rhett Power, award-winning entrepreneur (Wild Creations), consultant, speaker and author joins Kevin to talk about his book and his leadership journey. He shares insights on working without capital and how to persevere through the not so great times.

The Entrepreneur’s Book of Actions breaks down actions leaders/entrepreneurs can take to make small daily changes for a big impact. Rhett Power, award-winning entrepreneur (Wild Creations), consultant, speaker and author joins Kevin to talk about his book and his leadership journey. He shares insights on working without capital and how to persevere through the not so great times.

In this episode, Kevin and Rhett look at:

  • Lessons from an entrepreneur.
  • The difference between leadership and management.
  • Critical habits for entrepreneurial success.

Make a personal mission statement to understand why you are doing what you are doing.
– Rhett Power

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Professional Development, Uncategorized

The Power of Deliberate Practice with Robert Pool – #53

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Former mathematics professor turned author, Robert Pool, joins Kevin to discuss what you can do to truly improve a skill set. Whether it’s an instrument, a sport, or how to be a more effective leader to be better requires purposeful practice. The only way to progress is learning about what you are doing wrong and what the “best” are doing right.

Former mathematics professor turned author, Robert Pool, joins Kevin to discuss what you can do to truly improve a skill set. Whether it’s an instrument, a sport, or how to be a more effective leader to be better requires purposeful practice. The only way to progress is learning about what you are doing wrong and what the “best” are doing right.

In this episode, you will learn about:

  • Deliberate practice.
  • Talent vs. practice.

It’s never too late to get better at something.
– Robert Pool

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Ask yourself: What are you going to do to put in the work?

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Leading a Team, Uncategorized

How Leaders Can Co-Create with David Nour – #52

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Leaders invest in relationships and continue to evolve to remain relevant to that relationship. David Nour thought leader on the topic of business relationships for more than 25 years joins Kevin to discuss his latest book, Co-Create: How Your Business Will Profit from Innovative and Strategic Collaboration. Co-creation means finding the common goal, sharing the same vision and working together through your strategic relationship to achieve the next big thing.

Leaders invest in relationships and continue to evolve to remain relevant to that relationship. David Nour, thought leader on the topic of business relationships for more than 25 years, joins Kevin to discuss his latest book, Co-Create: How Your Business Will Profit from Innovative and Strategic Collaboration. Co-creation means finding the common goal, sharing the same vision and working together through your strategic relationship to achieve the next big thing.

In this episode, you will learn about:

  • The difference between iteration, innovation, and disruption.
  • Adaptive innovation.
  • The Hollywood Talent Model

If you are not embarrassed by getting your idea out there, you have waited too long.
– David Nour

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Ask yourself: How will you drive your growth?

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Change Leadership, Uncategorized

Lessons for Marketing (and Change) Leaders with Thomas Barta – #51

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 When it comes to leading an organization or a team, you need to be relevant. Thomas Barta, former McKinsey partner and senior marketer chats with Kevin about his recent book, The 12 Powers of a Marketing Leader. Thomas and his co-author, Patrick Barwise, conducted the largest ever global study of marketing leadership to answer the question: what makes an effective and successful marketing leader? This discussion and lessons learned can be applied regardless of your role in an organization.

When it comes to leading an organization or a team, you need to be relevant. Thomas Barta, former McKinsey partner and senior marketer chats with Kevin about his recent book, The 12 Powers of a Marketing Leader. Thomas and his co-author, Patrick Barwise, conducted the largest ever global study of marketing leadership to answer the question: what makes an effective and successful marketing leader? This discussion and lessons learned can be applied regardless of your role in an organization.

In this episode, Kevin and Thomas discuss:

  • The Power Gap.
  • Results of the research on over 1,200 marketing leaders and more than 67,000 existing 360-degree assessments of both marketing and non-marketing business leaders.
  • The Value Creation Zone

Listen. Decide. Communicate.
– Thomas Barta

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Professional Development, Uncategorized

Leading While Living Your Life with Sue Ritchie – #50

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If you want to raise your leadership profile, you need to be concise and intentional about your career. In other words, what is your strategy to make sure you are at the table and voicing your opinion. In this episode, Sue Ritchie, a leadership coach from the UK, joins Kevin to look at how stretching your comfort zone can help you take important steps in your leadership journey.

If you want to raise your leadership profile, you need to be concise and intentional about your career. In other words, what is your strategy to make sure you are at the table and voicing your opinion. In this episode, Sue Ritchie, a leadership coach from the UK, joins Kevin to look at how stretching your comfort zone can help you take important steps in your leadership journey.

In this episode, discover:

  • The importance of taking risks.
  • Developing your leadership presence.

Our focus dictates our experience.
– Sue Ritchie

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