My guest is Lt. Col. (Ret.) Jack Matthews. The launching point for our conversation is "Trust and Empower." We discuss how to begin building trust into the framework of a team, and more!
My guest is Dr. Jeanne Hurlbert (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeannehurlbert). The theme of this episode is one of The Big Six Leadership Principles® -- "When In Charge, Take Charge." We also discuss the importance of recognizing unchanging values while adapting to change, building a culture where team members feel supported, and more!
My guest is Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Craig Whelden, who I've known for many years. He's the author of "Leadership: The Art of Inspiring People to Be Their Best" (https://craigwhelden.com/buy-the-book/). The topic of our conversation is one of our Big 6 Leadership Principles®: "Do the Right Thing When No One is Looking." We discuss the importance of character, taking responsibility, and more!
On this episode, my guest is Michael Ayers, President of the Melbourne Florida Regional Chamber (https://www.melbourneregionalchamber.com). We discuss how listening can create trust, how to begin to empower your team, the importance of mentors, and more!
This episode of our podcast is titled "Becoming A Learning Leader." It features a discussion with Doug Wiles, president of Herbie Wiles Insurance and former minority leader in the Florida state House of Representatives. We talk about the importance of listening, planning leadership succession, the signs of a healthy work culture, and more -- have a listen!
In this episode, I interview Dana Mehnert of L3Harris. We discuss the importance of setting an Azimuth aimed towards success; how to develop potential leaders; what makes for a world-class culture; and more!
In this episode, Robert interviews Ray Isaac, who, along with his brothers, is a 3rd generation owner and leader of a company they've grown into a successful, multi-award-winning employer.
Known as one of the premier employers in New York State, Isaac Heating and Air has been selected as a Rochester Top 100 Company seven times in the past 10 years, is a two-time recipient of the Better Business Bureau Torch Award, is a Rochester Business Ethics honoree, and was selected as the Residential Contractor of The Year by Contracting Business Magazine. Both Ray and his father Jim are 2019 selections to the Rochester Business Hall of Fame.
Isaac believes in investing in others to help people grow true careers (vs. jobs), and has created Isaac Tec, a 4-year accredited training and education program, the only such program held by a Contractor. Through Isaac Tec, conducted at the wholly-owned Isaac Technical and Education Center, Isaac is transforming the future of education in the skilled trades.
Join Robert as he and Ray discuss topics such as becoming a leader by staying true to your authentic self, developing a passion for one's own place in business, and how to spot a leader in the making.
Here we are, in the midst of historic disruptions and changes to the way we work and live – on a local, regional, national, and even international scale…..who would have envisioned this turn of events only a couple of months ago?
Our challenge now as leaders is to adapt and lead our teams and organizations from the front. Let’s get together and start figuring this out, and sooner is better.
This informative and useful podcast will discuss specific tools you can apply right away to build team cohesion, nurture trust, enhance communication, and get things done -- despite the physical separation we’re operating in.
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In the latest episode of our podcast, we interview Lauren Dixon of Dixon Schwabl Advertising. The theme of our conversation is one of The Big Six Leadership Principles® -- "When In Charge, Take Charge." Along with that concept, we discuss making team members feel valued, personal accountability, when managers can become leaders, the importance of values, and more!
In this episode, Robert Mixon interviews Bill Higgs of Mustang Engineering. Bill shares his experiences in growing a business, and the "growing pains" that can come with that. Robert and Bill discuss how having a strong organizational culture, where "doing the right thing" is the norm, can get you through those tough times. Bill's stories are both entertaining and very insightful -- have a listen!