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Welcome to the Teamwork Advantage Podcast with Gregg Gregory. Informal and insightful conversations with pros in the areas of teamwork, leadership development, organizational culture, and self improvement. A must-listen program, where we take you inside the mind's of these experts to discover actionable insights to be a stronger team member, a more effective leader, and enrich your team's culture.
 
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Teamwork – Leadership – Culture. These concepts all have one common element: communication. Robert "Bo" Brabo enlisted in the local National Guard at the age of 17. During his 20 year career in the United States Army he worked in the area of communications. He later became a Presidential Communications Officer in the White House under Presidents Bu…
 
You may know the public story of Jason McElwain, J-Mac, and his impact on high school basketball. Now, hear the behind-the-scenes story from J-Mac's varsity coach, Jim Johnson. Without a doubt J-Mac helped the team on, and off, the the court. It was his amazing attitude over three years a the team's manager, helping the team become cohesive and go …
 
From business disasters, to health crises, to financial meltdown. What can be we grateful for? In this, the final episode of Season 1 of The Teamwork Advantage, I ask you to look deep within yourself and discover what you are grateful for. I talk about a few items on my gratitude list and will post them on LinkedIn. I ask you to find our posts and …
 
In this episode, Brett Putter, author of "Own Your Culture: How to Define, Embed, and Manage your Company Culture," discusses his 9 best practices for working remotely. Brett discusses why you cannot hire for a culture fit, and why 90% of business leaders fail to invest in building a strong culture. When you hear why it is vital to have a strong fu…
 
After spending a number of years in corporate life, and traveling over 1 million miles before the age of 30, Gayle Lantz uncovered what she needed to do as a leader. She began teaching other leaders how to do the work that matters and become more successful. The ideas and strategies she shares in this episode are often utilized by high ranking exec…
 
In this episode, Gina DeLapa discusses what she calls “The 7 Cs of Effective Leadership" They include Character, Competence, Communication, plus 4 others. We discuss how to create a leadership mindset even if you are not in an official leadership role. Drama is a big problem with many teams, both in our personal life as well as our professional lif…
 
It has been said that a Navy Seal thinks differently than the rest of us. Why is that? In this episode of The Teamwork Advantage, Errol Doebler is both a former US Navy Seal and an FBI Special Agent. Admittedly not at the top of his class at the United States Naval Academy, Errol Doebler realized early on that he needed to learn from past behaviors…
 
Jason Thane puts his values into play far beyond the office. He created an internship program for engineering students from El Salvador. He volunteers with the Seattle Children’s Hospital, the Coalition of Business for Racial Justice, and others. In this episode, Jason talks about how a values-based culture is built. He shares some of the more comm…
 
Roy Atkinson has an extensive background in information technology service management (ITSM). He has done vast amounts of research in the IT industry, as well as written a number of articles about technology in the service industry. In this episode Roy talks about how knowledge-centered service and teamwork come together. Technology is one aspect o…
 
What does the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts, Harvard Law School, and building resilience have in common? You must be resilient to graduate from both Harvard Law School and the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts. That is the path that Susan Drumm took to become a successful entrepreneur and build the successful boutique consulting fir…
 
Have you ever wondered how to determine what your team’s culture is? It doesn't matter if your team is on the front line with just a few team members or if you are leading an entire division with hundreds. “Culture is the highest valued off balance sheet asset that any organization has.” Chris McGoff explains this by reminding us that we take care …
 
As President of a lean management consulting firm, Jay Hodge utilizes his extensive background in manufacturing with Ford Motor Company, General Motors, and Toyota to help organizations build powerful and lean teams, even in difficult situations. His experience in the USMC taught Jay how to apply various styles of leadership, depending on the statu…
 
I have been looking forward to this interview since we began The Teamwork Advantage. Dr. Willie Jolley is my mentor, colleague, advisor, coach and, most of all, my friend. I do what I do today because of this man. Regardless of how the current pandemic has affected you, he is here today to share secrets that will help set all of us up for a comebac…
 
Leading in today’s virtual world changes how we influence others. In a traditional work environment we see each other – in the virtual office, how we see each other and interact is different. In this episode, Certified Speaking Professional Eric Bloom discusses the concept of influence and its importance to each of us, regardless of the position we…
 
Building effective teams that perform is one thing. It is truly powerful when you build a team that also excels in customer service. In this episode of The Teamwork Advantage, Pete McGarahan shares his experiences in IT Service Management. We'll discuss strategy, structure, people, processes and tools. Pete is a two-time recipient of the "Legend of…
 
Great teams are all about the people on the team and everyone fulfilling their unique and individual role. Frank Herzog talks about coaches using the concept of matching to align players with specific, opposing players. In business, it is about aligning team members with specific tasks that they are great at and colleagues they get along with. Fran…
 
Ric Mims talks candidly about his time in the U.S. Army, what he thought of his primary drill instructor in basic training, and how that experience set the tone for his incredible career. Ric currently serves as the Practice Director for the Precision Task Group in Houston TX where he takes everything he has learned to build an incredible team. Ric…
 
Bill Cates (not Gates) is a Hall of Fame Speaker. He began his entrepreneurship as a child going door to door selling – wait for it – furnace filters for his Cub Scout troop. Through his life, Bill has built businesses and led them to great success. For the past 20+ years, he has been helping sales organizations generate more referrals and increasi…
 
In this episode, Lieutenant Colonel Waldo Waldman talks about overcoming a fear of heights and claustrophobia to become a decorated combat veteran. Waldo shares his two acronyms of the word FEAR, how one helped him soar and how we can all apply his lesson in our everyday lives. We all have things that can hold us back. For the fighter pilot that dr…
 
Never thinking he would play in the NBA, Mark Eaton was drafted in the 4th round by the Utah Jazz where he played from 1982 – 1994. He was named NBA defensive player of the year in 1985 and 1989, and an NBA All-Star in 1989. After retiring from basketball, Mark applied the principles he learned in basketball to business. Listen to Mark share his in…
 
Dr. Shirley Davis is a master of reinvention. In this power-packed episode, we discuss what organizations should be doing to reinvent their businesses and how to be flexible. This is not just for the C-Suite! The ideas Dr. Davis shares with us are practical, functional, and implementable at every level within your organization.…
 
Songwriting collaboration is nothing new, even writing remotely across continents is not new. Today, in the midst of COVID-19, what’s new is how artists are performing together remotely. In this episode, Keaton Simons shares stories about teamwork and collaboration with the many teams he has worked with. From road crews, to movie and television dir…
 
Coming from small town USA, and after graduating from the US Naval Academy, Charlie Plumb went to aviator school in Pensacola FL and became a fighter pilot. He flew over 70 combat missions before he was taken POW on May 19, 1967. Listen to his incredible journey from childhood, through the Naval Academy, to his incredible life after being a POW. Di…
 
A graduate of Wharton Business School, Heinan Landa is the founder and CEO of Optimal Networks, Inc., a globally ranked IT services firm. Heinan has been featured in Inc. Magazine, Forbes, CIO Chief Executive and Legal Times and makes regular appearances on local Washington DC television talking about the power of Information Technology. Optimal Ne…
 
Eric and Shannon discuss the "tried and true" as well as how leadership has changed over the past 15 – 30 years. We talk about how critical it is to lead by example, more today than ever before. We cover a lot in this powerful interview with two senior leaders from the National Cancer Institute, including some talk around human capital workforce pl…
 
Many leaders surrender to the feelings, emotions, and self doubt that can hold them back from being dynamic and powerful leaders. In this episode, Dr. Mary Kelly, a graduate of the Unites States Naval Academy and retired Navy Commander, discusses insightful and powerful leadership traits that every team and team leader can take advantage of to be m…
 
When we are in our normal workspace, we typically spend a significant amount of time up and moving throughout the day. Now that we are working remotely more and more, that sometimes means our dining room table (not the most optimal) is our desk. With colleague interactions gone virtual, many of us are not getting up and moving around as much as we …
 
Often Referred to as "The Fish Guy", Harry Paul discusses some top business books and how his career took off when he co-authored “Fish,” selling over 6 million copies in 35 languages. A business parable, Harry recaps the four parts of the “Fish” philosophy and talks about how they are still relevant and applicable today.Do you love what you are do…
 
Andre Collins shares his experiences playing in the NFL, what he learned, and how that experience prepared him for the world of business. We discuss the similarities, and differences, between professional football and the private sector. In professional football, inspirational leadership styles are powerful. Andre shares how he took those inspirati…
 
Gregg Gregory, your host for The Teamwork Advantage, shares a little about this highly energetic program, who it is designed for and who can benefit from listening. The podcast will help you focus in three key areas: 1. Teamwork – From how to be a better team player to taking care of yourself 2. Leadership – Designing, building and strengthening yo…
 
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