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In this episode, LEADx host and New York Times best selling author, Kevin Kruse, shares how he grew his LinkedIn Network and how to manage someone who knows more about the work than you do.
In this episode, we’re going to talk about how to make a good business great with our guest, Joel Peterson. He is the chairman of JetBlue and a consulting professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He is the founding partner of ‘Peterson Partners’ and the author of ‘The 10 Laws of Trust: Building The Bonds That Make A Business Great.’
In this episode, we’re going to talk about what separates you from where you are and where you want to be with our guest, Hyrum Smith. He a true legend in the professional development space. He was one of the original creators of the popular ‘Franklin Day Planner,’ co-founded the ‘Franklin Quest Company,’ which became the ‘Franklin Covey Company.’ He has three honorary degrees and has been inducted in the Utah Business Hall of Fame. He is a bestselling author and he is known for his high impact speeches. His newest book is ‘The 3 Gaps: Are You Making a Difference.’
In this episode, we’re going to talk about the science of capturing attention with our guest, Ben Parr. He is an award-winning journalist, speaker, investor, and entrepreneur. He was named to ‘Forbes 30 Under 30’ list of high achievers. He is the Co-Founder and CMO of the company, ‘Octane AI,’ which is the easiest way to create a chatbot and engage your audience via instant messaging. His best-selling book is ‘Captivology: The Science of Capturing People’s Attention.’
In this episode, we’re going to talk about the difference between good companies and truly great companies with our guest, Subir Chowdhury. He is one of the world’s leading management thinkers and consultants. His Fortune 500 clients have saved billions of dollars by deploying his process improvement methodologies. He is chairman and CEO of ‘ASI Consulting Group’ and his new book is ‘The Difference: When Good Enough Isn’t Enough.’