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Lead the Marketing, Not Do the Marketing | Karen Sullivan | Episode 136

Karen Sullivan is a fourth-generation entrepreneur and award-winning designer with a life-long passion for persuasive visual and written communication. She founded Sullivan Solutions nearly 25 years ago to help entrepreneurial companies augment their in-house marketing with expert services that help drive sales further and faster. Their expertise enables clients to develop effective strategies that are built upon their unique strengths and make confident marketing decisions that drive demand for their products and services.

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Influence People | Chief Influence Officer Brian Ahearn | Episode 135

Brian Ahearn is the Chief Influence Officer at Influence PEOPLE. The son of a United States Marine, Brian is an international trainer, TEDx presenter and consultant, he specializes in applying the science of influence in everyday business situations. Brian is one of only 20 individuals in the world who currently holds the Cialdini Method Certified Trainer designation. This specialization was earned directly from Robert B. Cialdini, Ph.D. – the most cited living social psychologist on the science of ethical influence.

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Leading Through Growth, Disaster, and Success | 30 under 30 Winner Paul Powers | Episode 134

Some businesses are good while others are great. The same goes for leaders. Forbes has an established list where it highlights the best of the best as well as the youngest leaders today. The Forbes 30-under-30 list recognizing the best young entrepreneurs and leaders in business right now. The ability to learn how they harness their leadership skills and drive.

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Engaging your Employees with THANKS | Lisa Ryan | Episode 133

With the extreme labor shortage getting worse every day, employee turnover costs you a fortune. By the time a new employee walks through your workroom door on day one, you’ve already spent $6,500.00 to bring that person in. With today’s worker looking to change jobs on average every 18 months, you’ve got your work cut out for you to keep them – and get some ROI on your personnel investments.

Lisa Ryan has more than 20 years of experience in marketing, training, and sales. She has worked in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, healthcare, and executive recruiting. She is President and Founder of Grategy®, a Cleveland based firm specializing in employee engagement, retention, and recognition using gratitude strategies (Grategies) for personal and professional development.

Lisa’s work experience and research in employee engagement and cultural transformation give her a unique perspective for retaining top talent. An active member of The National Speakers Association, Lisa has been featured in Speaker Magazine as an expert advisor, writes articles for several newsletters and online publications, and speaks regularly for several colleges and universities.

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Manage the Message | Jim Karrh, Ph.D | Episode 132

Jim helps organizations turn their everyday business messaging into a consistent business advantage. He guides business professionals, teams, and entire organizations to stand out through better messaging — which in turn produces better customer relationships, stronger brands, and more growth opportunities. Whether his clients need guidance in the form of speaking, consulting, or coaching, Jim…

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Leading Through a Crisis | Former CEO Shona Elliott | Episode 131

Shona Elliott is an experienced senior leader who is passionate about helping other senior leaders connect and engage with their greatest assets – their employees – for the purposes of increasing employee retention, employee engagement, and achieving an organization’s strategic goals. As a previous CEO, with fifteen years of senior leadership experience, Shona understands the…

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The Responsibility Ethic | Former Olympian Adam Kreek | Episode 125

To develop something new that solves a significant problem and creates real value for customers, you have to take risk proportionate to the potential return. Yet, most people are conditioned to avoid risk. Leading innovation requires a willingness to pursue a goal without knowing exactly how you’ll achieve it. To overcome the fear of failure…

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Being a Positive Influencer During Times of Crisis | Glenn Parker | Episode 123

We are currently in the middle of a global crisis. With the COVID-19 pandemic ongoing without an end in sight it is up to us leaders to ensure that we, our teams, and our organizations are taken care of in order to ensure everyone’s safety. To achieve this, we need to focus on the positive…

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Are Your Leaders Wide Awake? | Laura Prisc | Episode 121

Organizations are paying the price in many ways — absenteeism, reduced production and quality levels, complaints, poor morale surveys, and recruiting costs. Leaders need to learn how to get their workforce engaged, get them to offer discretionary effort, and in the process bring extra value to the organization. If they don’t, their company isn’t reaping…

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Leading with a Twist | Dominique Mas | Episode 118

One day we will all be replaced as leaders with younger talent who is emerging from our wake. However, first we need to find this talent, retain it, and grow it so that it becomes the model which we are looking for. Sometimes it is easy, other times it tough and requires not just leadership…

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