What are the seven toughest challenges a new generation of leaders face as they move into management? What dilemmas and issues can these leaders run into? Our returning guest Chip Espinoza, Author of Millennials Who Manage, touched on the subject of generational diversity, mastering management, and leadership competencies.
LCP Tracker founder and CEO Mark Douglas, has been helping businesses understand the numerous benefits of a prevailing wage. Prevailing wages have over one hundred years of history. However, overwhelming objective research has demonstrated that many states with prevailing laws don't increase construction costs despite the many associated benefits.
Heart Cloud is putting a new twist to cloud-based technology. They're extending the "cloud computing" technology to help clients manage health and weight. Thomas Coss, CEO of Heart Cloud Inc, joined Ric in the studio to share how cloud-based technology and Heart Cloud data work hand in hand in improving lives. With each data collected from commercial products used to monitor clients at home, Cloud Heart hopes to come one step closer to helping improve effectiveness and health for those living with chronic diseases.
"Discovering and transforming great ideas into breakthrough new products." Kevin McGourty, President and CEO of iNPD Center & author of The Innovators Playbook, is your go-to person for innovation and new product development related efforts. With prior history working as a VP of product planning and strategy, Kevin remains active in the innovation and development community of businesses.
He is a speaker for the best practices for controlling healthcare costs and speaks in partnership with many various firms and groups. Matthew Hanson, president of Centennial, joined Ric on Critical Mass to talk about how his firm is confident that their unique and personable ways with business management is their core advantage.
CEOs and business owners need to be able to promote the accomplishments of their business just like candidates interviewing for jobs have to do. Author Rick Gillis, joined us in the studio to talk about the different the concepts contained in his new book PROMOTE! It's Who Knows What You Know That Makes A Career. Rick explores his research into positively promoting your past successes to gain attention in a crowded marketplace
New challenges for businesses are on the rise everyday as society progresses. These constant challenges, create an opportunity for Social Intrapreneurs to change their companies from the inside out. Jerry Davis, author and professor at the University of Michigan shares how social intrapreneurship and corporate activism plays a role in today's business environment.
Just one ESOP National Conference attendance was enough to get her hooked on being involved with the ESOP Associations. Leslie Lauer, from UBS Securities joined Critical Mass to talk about how she has been actively involved and in 2005, buying out the majority owners of an ESOP company with her husband.
Thomas Crane, author of The Heart of Coaching joined Critical Mass Radio show to discuss the powerful process of transformational coaching as a comprehensive and systematic way to plan, organize, and conduct coaching conversations. With seventeen years and seven versions of transformational coaching to create a high-performance coaching culture, Thomas shares his expertise in coaching and consulting.
He launched a kick-starter campaign raising over 124K. Christian Valencia, CEO and co-founder of HIIT Bottle joined Critical Mass Radio Show to discuss how his experience as a Business Relationship Manager and management of Business Commercial Portfolio led way to annual revenues of 5MM to 20MM. Christian talks about how middle market businesses can utilize the power of financing and crowdfunding to help grow your business.
For over 30 years, she has helped leaders navigate growth and change. Christine Comaford, author of SmartTribes joined Critical Mass Radio show to share her expertise and tips to influence positive change within an organization. Her proven strategies and teaching methods are easy to learn and help leaders see into their blind spots, expand their vision, and effective influence outcomes.
He’s an expert in the successful implementation of large-scale organizational behavior change. And with over 25 years of experience developing and implementing enterprise-wide initiatives for Fortune 500 companies, his leadership and strategies prove global effectiveness. Tim Wasserman, CLO of TwentyEighty Strategy Execution joins the show to discuss how his firm is helping middle market companies improve their business.