Regardless of your leadership status, you should treat your role as if your job to make other people successful. Jacob Morgan didn’t always feel he has those type of managers and as a result decided to look at the workplace from the people to the infrastructure. In his latest book, The Employee Experience Advantage, Morgan analyzes over 250 global organizations to determine how to create an organization where people genuinely want, not need to show up to work. Kevin and Jacob delve into employee experiences and what we need to look for in the future.
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.
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.
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.