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Increase Employee Engagement, Productivity, and Retention. The 1-skill that makes the difference is Emotional Intelligence (EI/EQ). Research shows that EQ is a higher indicator of success than IQ. How well we recognize and regulate our emotions is key to our success. This emotional intelligence podcast includes interviews with leaders, business owners, HR managers, and emotional intelligence experts. The works of Daniel Goleman, Travis Bradberry, John Maxwell, and others will be discussed. G ...
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Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 459, featuring an interview with the author of May Contain Lies: How Stories, Statistics, and Studies Exploit Our Biases―And What We Can Do about It, Alex Edmans. In this book, renowned economist Alex Edmans teaches us how to separate fact from fiction. Using colorful examples, he highlights the biases that cause …
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South Asian Female executives are more ambitious than ever but work way harder than necessary. This impacts your influence, visibility and financial independence. It drains effectiveness. Are you focusing on the wrong things? Listen in to find out, change it and hit your targets in half the time with less work and struggles.…
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Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 458, featuring an interview with the CEO of Fireflies.ai, Krish Rameni. In this episode, Krish took us back to the early days of starting their company, Fireflies.ai, and how they stayed motivated despite the challenges. He shared valuable advice from the lessons he learned throughout his career that will be usefu…
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Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 457, featuring an interview with the author of Solving for Why: A Surgeon's Journey to Discover the Transformative Power of Purpose, Dr. Mark G. Shrime. Solving for Why is an inspiring memoir about finding the answer to life's biggest question—"Why?"—and about following that answer through remarkable, unlikely pla…
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Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 456, featuring an interview with the author of Better Decisions Faster: Unshakable Confidence When You Need It Most, Paul Epstein. In Better Decisions Faster, Paul draws from the green-light wisdom of Fortune 500 CEOs, Olympians, Shark Tank entrepreneurs, world-record holders, Ivy League professors, and Navy SEALs…
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Accelerate company profitability and your career is easier when you assume success. I cover 5 critical tips to implement today to go from overworking, over-scheduled and not getting what you want to crushing KPI's, revenue and market growth or a new launch. This is a vital shift for lasting, measurable change so you are never doing it all and pulle…
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Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 455, featuring an interview with the author of Ping Pong Leadership: 18 Principles to Succeed at Any Table in Business, Sports, and Life, Justin Bookey. In this book, Justin distills lessons from a beloved global sport into 18 actionable and unforgettable “Pong Principles.” Justin has spent decades as a competitiv…
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Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 454, featuring an interview with the author of Behind the Startup: How Venture Capital Shapes Work, Innovation, and Inequality, Benjamin Shestakofsky. This book draws on nineteen months of participant-observation research inside a successful Silicon Valley startup, and examines how the company was organized to mee…
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We face strong internal and external messaging fanning the flames of imposter syndrome: "I am not good enough, smart enough, I can't do it". This is internal and external conditioning. I designed a bulletproof 3-part system to solve this so you are at your A-game with power, money and influence without losing your health or sanity.…
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Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 453, featuring an interview with the authors of Fair Shake: Women and the Fight to Build a Just Economy, Naomi Cahn, June Carbone, and Nancy Levit. This book explains that the system that governs our economy—a winner-take-all economy—is the root cause of these myriad problems. The WTA economy self-selects for aggr…
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Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 452, featuring an interview with the author of The Problem with Change: And the Essential Nature of Human Performance, Ashley Goodall. Drawing on two decades spent leading HR organizations at Deloitte and Cisco, Ashley Goodall reveals in his book why change is not the same as improvement, and how, by prioritizing …
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Our South Asian heritage is a source of pride and limitless success. South Asian Americans accomplished the extraordinary in just one generation, which sets us up for profitable excellence. Learn which cultural factors to amplify to attain your visionary goals, growth and revenues. Join me as we honor our parents, legacy and pass down what’s makes …
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Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 451, featuring an interview with an award-winning marketer, TEDx speaker and authority in harnessing the instinctive mind to accelerate brand and business growth, founder and CEO of Triggers, Leslie Zane. Leslie is the author of The Power of Instinct: The New Rules of Persuasion in Business and Life. In her book, …
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Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 450, featuring an interview with the coauthor of The Venture Mindset: How to Make Smarter Bets and Achieve Extraordinary Growth, Ilya Strebulaev. This book offers a transformative playbook for delivering results in a rapidly changing world from a top Stanford professor and a technology executive. Packed with enter…
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Asian Americans learned to "work 10X harder" to succeed. That worked then, but is not a success driver now. It won't gain the respect or talent of the new workforce or marketplace. Learn a new, igniting approach for better profitability, to build a visionary company and bring out the best in you as an Executive.…
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Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 449, featuring an interview with the coauthor of Data Rules: Reinventing the Market Economy (Acting with Technology), Cristina Alaimo. In Data Rules, Cristina Alaimo and Jannis Kallinikos establish a social science framework for analyzing the unprecedented social and economic restructuring brought about by data. W…
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Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 448 with Martin Gonzalez and Josh Yellin. Martin is the creator of Google’s Effective Founders Project and a frequent lecturer at Stanford, Wharton and INSEAD. Josh co-founded Google's first Startup Accelerator and is presently an organizational leader at Google DeepMind. Josh and Martin are the authors of The Bon…
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Fitting in is not what we want - this conditioning holds us back. Instead, you want to drive belonging, respect and massive influence in any room, for any negotiation, or deal. Belonging is the key factor. Learn how to master this skill as I share exactly how to do it.저자 Niha Wunnava
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Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 447, featuring an interview with the author of The Year of Living Constitutionally: One Man's Humble Quest to Follow the Constitution's Original Meaning, AJ Jacobs. In The Year of Living Constitutionally, A.J. Jacobs tries to get inside the minds of the Founding Fathers by living as closely as possible to the orig…
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Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 446, featuring an interview with the author of Ask: Tap Into the Hidden Wisdom of People Around You for Unexpected Breakthroughs In Leadership and Life, Jeff Wetzler. In this book, Jeff offers a hands-on, surprisingly effective way to find out what others really think, know, and feel. Jeff brings you a powerful me…
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Confidence as a CEO is the secret to achieving anything you set out to do, measurably and faster. Confidence comes from action. This is how you break through internal barriers and double revenues. Confidence is what launches game-changing products or services, helps navigate big deals and explodes your company's success. I'll tell you exactly where…
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Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 445, featuring an interview with the author of Leadership Shock: Using Authenticity to Navigate the Hidden Dangers of Career Success, Pete Steinberg. Leadership Shock teaches readers to view leadership as an adaptive, continuous process rather than a fixed set of behaviors. By regularly re-evaluating their leaders…
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Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 444, featuring an interview with the author of Burnout Immunity: How Emotional Intelligence Can Help You Build Resilience and Heal Your Relationship with Work, Kandi Wiens. In her book, Kandi shares her research and discoveries about burnout immunity. After extreme stress caused a life-threatening health cri­sis i…
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Internal blocks make it so hard to get to the next level of growth. These blocks are hard to pinpoint and hold us back from pitching confidently to investors, being seen in big rooms and holding our own in negotiations & new business deals. I'll tell you the steps to remove these blocks to take confident action, get where you want faster and more s…
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Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 443, featuring an interview with the co-author of Persuade: The 4-Step Process to Influence People and Decisions, Andres Lares. This book deliver a concise and insightful take on how to transform your ability to persuade others regardless of the setting. Persuade is perfect for executives, managers, entrepreneurs,…
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Self-sabotage is a career killer, especially for women of color executives. But, it is not intentional self-harm —it’s a learned behavior. I'll explain why and give you my proven 3-step process to stop self-sabotage. When you understand it, you'll be able to step into unknown territory fiercely - pitch to investors and the Board confidently, launch…
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Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 442, featuring an interview with the author of The Illusion of Innovation: Escape "Efficiency" and Unleash Radical Progress, Elliott Parker. The Illusion of Innovation tackles the problem with innovation inside big companies, having activities that feel like innovation but lead to value destruction, not progress. …
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For this episode, let's revisit a Strategy Skills classic where we discuss how to know what is corporate strategy. Subscribe to FIRMSconsulting's YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/Firmsconsultingsubscribe Here are some free gifts for you: Overall Approach Used in Well-Managed Strategy Studies free download: www.firmsconsulting.com/OverallApproach McKi…
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Our culture and upbringing holds us back from thinking big in small, sneaky ways. Recognize these limitations and break free to go bigger to achieve greatness - without the grind. Your career and legacy will thank you. Your capacity is limitless. Start a new trajectory today.저자 Niha Wunnava
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For this episode, let's revisit a Strategy Skills classic where we discuss what big picture thinking is. At least once in your life, you would have received feedback to be a more big picture thinker. The problem is that everyone will have a different definition of big picture thinking and many of the definitions are vague, counter-intuitive, or wro…
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