Becoming a strong and confident leader is crucial if you’re looking to lead people to follow a common dream and goal. Christopher Jones created the Authentic Leader framework based on seven key disciplines that can help you become more effective, confident, and consistent. He joins us today to share more in depth.
We are in a new age of customer experience that requires a combination of data and creativity to set you apart from your competitors. If companies build internal infrastructure and apply a greater focus on personalization and more immersive mobile experiences, they will be able to deliver something much closer to the long-held dream of true, one-to-one customer experiences. Steve Pitchford from Search Optimizers will break down the major influencers in this complicated equation of evolving technologies and customer expectations that is driving the future of how brands must communicate with prospects and customers.
Fueled by authenticity, honor, courage, and commitment, Women in Electronics (WE) is a community of progressive women leaders at all stages of their careers dedicated to the professional and personal leadership development of women in the fast-paced Electronics Industry. Jackie Mattox joins us with more.
With a one of a kind distinguished background, Managing Director of The Salazar Group – David Salazar brings a unique blend of expertise and experience to his clients. He helps business owners fight the challenge of building a quality business.
Running a conscious business can feel like hacking a new path through a jungle with a machete every day! Conscious business leaders are literally creating a new way of doing business: using business as a vehicle for transforming the world. Easier Way, Inc. CEO Sue Elliott has been serving leaders in this space for 11 years, and now she’s joining our Critical Mass community to launch the first CEO Peer Groups for conscious business leaders.
Joan Kuhl, founder of Why Millennials Matter, is an author, speaker, and champion of women in leadership. Through her international speaking engagements, research, and consulting, she has guided leaders from more than sixty countries and transformed the internal workings of some of the world’s largest organizations, including Goldman Sachs, Eli Lilly and Company, University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School, and the New York Mets. She is the author of three books, including Dig Your Heels In: Navigate Corporate BS and Build the Company You Deserve.
People naturally bond with those in their own groups and those with a common interest. But did you know, this can also bring up unhealthy mindsets and relationships? Author Howard Ross addresses the issues that cultural differences can bring about in his latest book Our Search for Belonging and why bias needs to be removed.
Having a routine down may be a good thing, but at the same time, it leaves no room for change and opportunities. Humans not only require structure, they thrive in it – and rediscovering the art of routine can bring upon a greater opportunity. Angel Iscovich of Routineology, Rediscovering the Art & Science of Routine is here to tell us more.
To best serve your clients and their needs requires a strong understand of their needs and a clear sight of their vision for the firm. Behind this is solid HR services, management, and benefits. Elena Viera of Wood Gutmann & Bogart and Aaron Haley of Insperity join us to share more.
Finding new ways to build your brand could be the fine line that determines the brand's presence in the industry. Fine planning -- whether it be exit or succession or even social media planning -- all of the above can help bring your firm at the top of the list. JJ Richa and Chris Steely are here to tell us more.
Giving a work space the “wowification” can be the final touch you need to get work efficiency flowing through your firm. Kelly Taylor, the CEO of MetWest does just that. She helps to bring innovative and creative spaces. MetWest is also one of the largest women-owned companies in Southern California.
Alzheimer’s affects millions across the nation every year. On the front line of fighting for an end to Alzheimer’s is the Alzheimer’s Association. With the help of the community they raise $630,000 through their walks and various events and services. Anne Grey joins us today to share more of the association.
Having grown to be a major player in their industry, Pacific Rim Capital is hitting exciting historical moments. They make sure to work in the sole interest of their clients, giving them control of their outlook. CEO David Mirsky joins us to share more of their achievements and their inspiration.
Dress for success! A good wardrobe and outfit could be the last finishing touch for some to get that extra boost of confidence they need. Trent Clark of Upper Echelon helps to design and create fine custom wardrobes so his clients can look at a brighter future with a personal touch. He joins us to share more.
Are you looking to improve your financial performance? Increase operating and financial results? Build a stronger cohesive management team? Carpedia is the answer to your questions. Carpedia is a management consulting firm that delivers measurable results. Andrew Rush joined us for more details.