Episode 86 – Dan Negroni discusses his book Chasing Relevance and six steps to understand, engage and maximize next-generation leaders in the workplace. Dan is a business management and talent development consultant focused on today’s critical cross-generational issues. Steps to bridge the gap between managers and their millennial workforce to improve performance and profitability. Stay tuned after the interview for action items and bonus comments.
Episode 85 – Rob Jenkins discusses The 9 Virtues of Exceptional Leaders and steps to unlock your leadership potential. Rob serves as a professor at Georgia State University and as a Fellow of the Academy for Academic Leadership. He’s a regular contributor to The Chronicle of Higher Education. Stay tuned after the interview for five action items and hear bonus comments.
Episode 84 – Jason Forrest discusses his book Leadership Sales Coaching and sales management success tactics. Jason was named the winner of Training Magazine’s top young trainers in 2012. He’s won Stevie Awards for Sales Training Leader and for Sales Coaching Training Program of the Year. Leadership Sales Coaching was rated as Selling Power Magazine’s top sales book. Stay tuned after the interview for five action items and hear bonus comments from Jason.
Special Episode – Action Items for Freelancers. Five actionable tips for solopreneurs from some of our best interviews of 2016. Hear thought leaders and best sellers David Allen, Kevin Kruse, Ilja Grzeskowitz, Andy Paul and Don Yaeger. How can you find that sweet spot as a freelancer? How can you make “Myself Incorporated” a success? Find out in this special episode, and stay tuned next week for another regularly scheduled episode of Everyday MBA.
Episode 83 – Journalist Randall Kenneth Jones discusses his book Show Me and the lessons learned from his interviews with top celebrities, business tycoons, rock stars, and more. Hear about Pat Benatar, Erin Brockovich, Sonny Jurgensen, Shirley Jones, and others, and what you can learn from them. Stay tuned after the interview for five action items and to hear bonus comments from Randy.
Episode 82 – Diane DiResta discusses her book Knockout Presentations and techniques to turn public speaking into a strength. Overcome anxiety and design your presentation for maximium impact. Diane is a licensed speech pathologist with a Masters Degree from Columbia University and you’ve seen here in places like CNN, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and Business Week. Stay tuned after for five action items to take advantage if the ideas and advice in this interview and hear bonus comments from Diane.
Episode 81 – Jeremy Goldman discusses his book Getting To Like and ways to boost your personal and professional brand to expand opportunities, grow your business and achieve financial success. Powerful tips to establish a unique digital identity, build strong relationships with your audience and gain visibility for all the right reasons. Stay tuned after for five action items to take advantage of the ideas and advice in this interview and hear bonus comments from Jeremy.
Episode 80 – Nicole Lipkin discusses her book What Keeps Leaders Up At Night and ways to recognize and resolve your most troubling management issues. Nicole examines the intersections of psychology, neuroscience and group dynamics that result in both leadership challenges and opportunities. She is also the co-author of Y in the Workplace: Managing the “Me First” Generation. Stay tuned after for five action items to take advantage of the ideas and advice in this interview and hear bonus comments from Nicole.
Episode 79 – Steven Goldstein discusses his book Why Are There Snowblowers in Miami? Learn ways to transform your business using five principles of engagement. Steve is currently the Chairman of US Auto Sales and he’s held executive positions with American Express, Sears Credit and Citigroup. Stay tuned after for five action items to take advantage if the ideas and advice in this interview and hear bonus comments from Steve.
Episode 78 – Nine-time New York Times best-selling author Don Yaeger discusses his book Great Teams and things high-performing organizations do differently. As Associate Editor of Sports Illustrated magazine, Don has had a front row seat to study the greatest champions of all time. What do team like the New England Patriots and San Antonio Spurs do better than most all of their opponents? What do great sports leaders like Walter Payton, Warrick Dunn and John Wooden have in common? How do great teams at organizations like Microsoft and Starbucks consistently outshine their competition…and how can we do it to?
Stay tuned after the interview for five action items that you can do to take advantage of the ideas and advice in Great Teams, and hear bonus comments from Don.