Effective management is what brings a company together and ensures ceaseless smooth-sailing through daily operations. Leadership that works is a crucial element to the success of any business, which is why having a robust managerial team is essential. No matter what industry you’re in, competent management is an integral piece to any company’s bigger picture puzzle.
Matt Sweetwood is a lifetime CEO with over 30 years of experience, and is currently the CEO of LUXnow and author of Leader of the Pack. Having spent the majority of his career in the electronics distribution and retail superstore space, Matt had to re-invent his business multiple times to keep up with digital transformation, which ultimately led to a successful exit for him.
Ryan Berman an author and the founder of Courageous, a consultancy that uses a 'special forces' approach to problem solving, storytelling and leadership. Today, Courageous works with well known brands like the National Football League, Caesars Entertainment and Johnson & Johnson.
Dr. Tracey Jones is the President of Tremendous Leadership, as well as an author and leadership expert. Before taking the reins of Tremendous Leadership, she build an impressive leadership resume for herself in various organizations including the National Security Agency, all after spending 12 years as a maintenance officer in the Air Force.
Keith Ferrazzi is a two-time New York Times best selling author, Harvard Business School graduate, and the former youngest CMO of a Fortune 500 company at Starlight Hotels. Keith's company, Ferrazzi Greenlight, works with executive leadership teams within some of the largest companies in the country including Verizon, Delta Airlines and General Motors.
On this episode of the Strategy & Leadership Podcast, Perry Maughmer joins us to talk leadership frameworks for being a successful CEO, intellectual humility, peer groups and how to become a true leader. Perry is a facilitator for Vistage International and the Principal of Maughmer & Co, where he specializes in working with people.
“The biggest enemy of thinking is complexity” - Edward de Bono.
Perhaps nothing else sets the human race apart from other species and primates like our natural ability to think. Considering different abilities such as locomotion, the homo sapien isn’t the most efficient.