Struggling to hire people who move your organization forward? You could be confusing RISK and RISKY. If you are, the power of RISK and those who embrace it may be missing from your organizational culture. In this episode, we explore this important distinction.
Counting on the existence of proven, Correct Solutions can lead leaders to avoid taking on the development of Corrective Actions. While both have their place in a leader’s toolkit, it’s important to not get tied to always seeking only proven, Correct Solutions. Often, they simply don’t exist. Or, worse, counting on them holds back great innovation.
Build better humans, build better leaders. If you’ve been focused on developing Leadership Skills, it’s time to re-set your understanding of leadership. In this episode, I introduce the Conceptual Age Leadership Framework.
Decision-making managers, they keep the organization afloat. But when we count on that skill set to lead, we’re leave our organizations vulnerable. Join me on this episode as I share the distinction between decision making and leadership. I offer a set of guiding questions to help you explore your readiness to move into the a leadership role at your organization.
Join me and Erin Demcher, Founder of Autism and Behavior Resources, as she shares how her “Say YES” approach to business development and service to her customers helps her build happiness and success in her life and business. Erin also shares her mental model on how data builds unseen relationships and how those relationships help shape the need for data.
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On this MYNDDCAST episode, Robyn A. Defelice shares how her entrepreneurial spirit shows up in her work as an entrepreneur and intrapreneur. Robyn’s creative and pragmatic thinking inspires her clients, audiences and readers. Robyn shares thoughts on her latest venture as co-author of Microlearning: Short and Sweet (Amazon.com link). Join me and Robyn and share your thoughts on how entrepreneurial spirit influences entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs alike.
Join me with guest Shaw Rosler as we explore his mindset of Keeping It Simple. Shawn brings his eclectic thinking to life in all that he does. Known for his work as the creator and host of the Coarse Grind Podcast, Shawn’s work to improve community through food and education is a true inspiration. He even adds an incredible perspective on STEM education from the KITCHEN. You don’t want to miss this episode.
In a world firmly within the Conceptual Age, building a Business Intelligence Mindset helps organizations thrive. In this episode, I share 5 tips to help you build a Business Intelligence Mindset based on merging data and storytelling.
Stopping the decline of entrepreneurism in the US will require new K12 school systems thinking. In this episode I share 4 mindsets to spearhead thinking. As a nation, we responded to our past need for industrial factory workers. Now, it’s time to regain our status as an entrepreneurial nation.
Athletic performance is part physical and part mental. In this episode, Owner and Chief Performance Officer at The Tactical Mind, Mr. Nick Fuller, discusses the mental models he uses to help high school and college athletes perform. Nick’s passion for his work shows in every word. Slightly past your high school days? No worries. The concepts Nick shares help business owners, entrepreneurs, musicians, creatives and customer service representative achieve success no matter what field you play on.