Welcome to Episode 19 of the Outliers Inn podcast: Leadership & Organizational Strategy Topic: Join Antlerboy and JP as they speak with Gia Campari about business leadership. Hosts: Joseph Paris & Benjamin Taylor Guest: Gia Campari Click here to listen now!
Welcome to Episode 18 of the Outliers Inn podcast: Communication and Leadership. Topic: Join Antlerboy and JP as they speak with Phil Gerbyshak, an expert in communications. Listen to the lively discussions on the critical importance of efficient and effective communication that is necessary for being a successful leader. Listen to the importance of everyone knowing that
Welcome to Episode 17 of the Outliers Inn podcast: Corporate Superstition. Topic: Join Antlerboy and JP as they talk with Stephan Meyer where they discuss the topic of Corporate Superstition. Why are things done “this way” and not some other way in various corporations. What happens when the old ways are found to be incorrect? What are some ways
Welcome to Episode 13 of The Outliers Inn podcast: Scooby Doo Leadership Topic: Scooby and Scrappy – sorry, JP and Antlerboy – discuss an approach to organisations that is low budget, occasionally shows the join around the edges, and recycles the same story again and again. Not The Outliers Inn podcast, but Philip Holt’s Scooby Doo leadership: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/scooby-doo-leadership-philip-holt There’s
I devote a lot of my time helping people and companies get from their present reality to some new reality. It is rarely easy and – although almost always considered a success – the success is not quite as complete as it could be. This is the norm; the expectation. And this is not because
I wrote the first version of this article four years ago and have been updating it every year since. I have had a great many people remark to me that it has helped them a great deal (which is the point, I guess.) I have also had several people give me some new ideas and, of course,
From the publicly-traded, multi-national conglomerates, to Girl Scouts selling their cookies (Thin-Mints rule), to the budding entrepreneur who opens a lemonade stand – and everything in between – there are all manner of companies and individuals offering a near infinite variety of products and services. And about as diverse as the companies and their offerings
Sponsored By Issue: 2015-12 DECEMBER 2015 As we come to the end of another circuit around the sun, we find ourselves reflective of the year’s hard fought battles won and lost, of loves arrived and departed, and of business and professional successes and disappointments. With rebuilding spirit, we look with great anticipation to what lay