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Program 182 – LIVE – Direct Impact on Core Business

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Streamed live on Nov 6, 2018

How do we fully face the fact we, as leaders, have more soft skills to learn - even with all of our experience?

Evaluating capacity of our team and our entire organization starts with introspection of ourself. To build capacity, we must be active engaged life long learners that can guide and direct the development of teams to maximize success. Jess Dewell talks with Nadine B. Hack, Social Responsibility Leader and CEO beCause Global Consulting about a leader’s responsibility for Direct Impact on Core Business.
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Host: Jessica Dewell
Guest: Nadine B. Hack
Program Link: http://voiceofboldbusiness.com/p182/
Website: http://voiceofboldbusiness.com
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What You Will Hear:
Approaching conversations with different opinions…sometimes even adversarial.
Connect to the core purpose even when it results in challenging discussions.
Sometimes there is sabotage that happens to us right down the office hallway.
The gig economy and ability for organizations to move everyone toward the same goal willingly.
Successful organizations are able to engage more people to move together toward a common goal.
There is a paradox of instant gratification and underinvesting time to get engagement at every level.
‘Slow’ and fast action both play a role in disruption.
The classic business book “Who Moved My Cheese.”
What’s the motivation for and value of being an engagement leader today?
Live Audience Question: How do we slow people down in disruptive innovation, so that we get the right result?
Share three things that are most often overlooked when implementing an effective engagement strategy?
The importance of personal awareness.
Live Audience Question: How can we embrace and put back the focus on that knowledge (instead on failure) because people seem to compete in failing?
What makes it BOLD to evaluate capacity for impact?

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