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We all want to do work we love, and as leaders, entrepreneurs and employees, wouldn’t it be great to create workplaces where work feels like play? Where people are tuned in to changes going on in the world around them? Where they’re constantly learning, spotting new opportunities, and taking action to go after them? These traits are essential to an organization's agility and success. In the Fearless Growth podcast, Amanda Setili and her guests explore the mindsets and choices that lead indiv ...
 
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Colleen Francis provides a proven, realistic gameplan to creatively adapt our sales and marketing efforts in a topsy-turvy world. Colleen is an award-winning speaker, consultant, and the author of Right on the Money: New Principles for Bold Growth. A successful sales leader for over 20 years, Colleen’s results have attracted hundreds of industry-le…
 
Today’s guest teaches us that by playing the long game, we future-proof our career. I’ve known Dorie Clark for 11 years, and it was so much fun to have her on my podcast. I especially loved her story about a woman who became part of her Recognized Expert community and got back in touch a year later to thank Dorie. “I made one million dollars in my …
 
What makes Google’s culture so special that it has enabled them to have a 22% compound annual growth rate for a decade? How do they promote collaboration and keep growing even though they are already a huge company? Hint: it’s not the volleyball courts and free food. In part two of my conversation with Neil Hoyne, he shares insights into practices …
 
The world is in desperate need for a new model of leadership, say Ken Blanchard and Randy Conley. We have seen the results of self-centered leadership, the kind that loves power and status. They make the case that it’s just not working for us. The two are the authors of the new book, “Simple Truths of Leadership: 52 Ways to Be a Servant Leader and …
 
What makes a successful data-driven company? Today’s guest says that it has very little to do with the company’s ability to analyze massive data sets. Rather, what’s most important is identifying the right questions to ask, and then finding the simplest ways to answer these questions. Neil Hoyne is the Chief Measurement Strategist at Google. He has…
 
If you want to understand what often stops teams from being more productive and successful, look no further than the tendency of most people to avoid difficult conversations. Recognizing this fact is leadership and talent expert Roberta Matuson, who has dedicated her latest book Can We Talk?: Seven Principles for Managing Difficult Conversations at…
 
What's a "product"? Radhika Dutt argues it's the mechanism for creating the change you want to bring in the world. She is my podcast guest this week and is author of Radical Product Thinking. Her vison-led approach applies to anyone who wants to create change, from human rights activists to entrepreneurs to corporate innovators. “Each person in you…
 
Have you ever jumped to a conclusion that was dead wrong? Or assumed that everyone else on your team was seeing the world in the same way as you, but then found out that they saw things very differently? My guests Gaurav Bhatnagar and Mark Minukas are co-authors of Unfear: Transform Your Organization to Create Breakthrough Performance and Employee …
 
Seth Kahan is the Founder and CEO of Visionary Leadership. As a leadership and performance improvement authority in the Grand Challenge space, Seth has helped over 100 CEOs and other high-performers achieve large-scale change, innovation, and growth. Seth defines a “Grand Challenge” as “a big systemic issue that resists superficial solutions. It’s …
 
Moira Vetter is the Founder and CEO at Modo Modo Agency, a strategic brand engagement firm that accelerates the way billion-dollar companies capture and grow their market. Moira has always been an entrepreneur at heart, having begun her journey working the cash register at her parents’ pharmacy at the ripe young age of 7. Asked about the human side…
 
Greg White is the President & CEO of LEARN, a network of 11 high-performing public charter schools that serve more than 4,400 students in Chicago and Washington D.C. After graduating from Harvard Business School, Greg worked at Salomon Brothers before eventually founding his own venture capital firm. He also taught at the Kellogg School of Manageme…
 
Ginger Bowman is the founder of Synergetic Media, a multichannel marketing services provider located in Alpharetta Georgia, offering commercial printing, web design, video marketing, social, and branding services. She reflects on her journey to success as a business owner in the world of design. It all began after she graduated from university with…
 
Ann Latham is author of The Power of Clarity (Bloomsbury 2021) and The Clarity Papers, two books that have made her the leading expert on clarity—where it is, where it isn’t, how to create it, why it is so uncommon, and its incredible and under-appreciated power. Leaders and employees are under relentless pressure to become faster, more efficient, …
 
Robbie Kellman Baxter is author of The Forever Transaction and The Membership Economy, two books which have sealed her place as the number one expert in the world on subscription and membership-based businesses. Nearly every company is at least thinking about moving to a subscription model, or incorporating subscription models into their business s…
 
Sandra Hughes is the epitome of reinvention. While working as a former Gap, Inc. executive, building for-profit and nonprofit businesses and juggling her family life, she didn’t have time for graduate school. Then, she decided to start her own business, earned an MBA from Santa Clara University and founded Life Reinvented at age 50. Her Life Reinve…
 
Will Bachman is the Co-Founder of Umbrex, the first global community connecting top-tier independent management consultants with one another and matching consultants with clients. Headquartered in New York, the company organizes in-person professional development and social events in major cities as well as an online discussion forum. Will is the h…
 
Edy Greenblatt, CEO of Restoration Vacation, was one of the earliest researchers in the area of resilience. She has a PhD in organizational Behavior from Harvard University, and a masters degree in dance ethnology from UCLA. Edy’s definition of resilience is the ability to recover from trauma back to normalcy quickly. This means having the physical…
 
Mitali Chopra is a veteran of PwC, GE Capital, Microsoft and GoDaddy, where she led a team that supported 17 markets, and spoke 15 languages. She was named UK Coach of the Year for Best Client Client Results, 2020 and is the founder of a non-profit that builds children’s entrepreneurial skills. Mitali shares how her Indian grounding in world abunda…
 
Andy Bass, PhD, author of Start with What Works, shares how his early experiences playing in a rock band, skateboarding and teaching resistant psychology students about artificial intelligence taught him how to learn, and how to teach, and how to engage an audience. Andy sees an accelerating pace of change in the world. He says that mental agility—…
 
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