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The Everyday Innovator with host Chad McAllister, PhD.
The podcast is all about helping people involved in innovation and managing products become more successful, grow their careers, and STANDOUT from their peers.
About the Episode:
In 2012 I read a book titled, Startup Owner’s Manual: The Step-by-Step Guide for Building a Great Company. It’s a book that spoke to me. It tied together many of my experiences and I helped me put them into a framework. It shared the need to get out of the office and learn from actual customers – something I had found vital but that I did not always practice on projects.
Finding this book also made me aware of Steve Blank, its author. Later, like many of us, I learned about Lean Startup thinking from Eric Ries and found threads to adjacent thinking that was in the Startup Owner’s Manual. It made sense to me later when I read Steve Blank saying that Eric Ries is his best student. Consequently, I think of Eric Ries as the create of Lean Startup and Steve Blank as its father.
Steve is someone I have wanted to discuss innovation with for a long time and this interview fulfills that dream. I hope you enjoy it!
Have you ever noticed a big opportunity before anyone else… and just felt like the slowpokes who miss this are absolutely insane?
Well, that’s Rod Khleif when it comes to multi-family real estate.
His love affair started in 1977 when he was just 17. Mom bought a neighbor’s property that grew in value $20,000 in just three years.
He was blown away that she’d made $20k in her sleep and was sold on the power of real estate. That ROI meant a fortune to a poor immigrant family like ours who could only afford to shop at Goodwill.
2,000 properties later … He's gained a wealth of lessons, strategies, heartbreaks and little known secrets to help you build endless wealth and cash flow through real estate.
In particular, that multi-family investment IS your safest, most reliable and most recession proof ticket to leaving the rat race and retiring rich, passionate and fulfilled.
Chris Miles, the "Cash Flow Expert and Anti-Financial Advisor," is a leading authority on how to quickly free up and create cash flow for thousands of his clients, entrepreneurs, and others internationally! He’s an author, speaker, and radio host that has been featured in US News, CNN Money, Bankrate, Entrepreneur on Fire, and spoken to thousands getting them fast financial results.
Michael will be talking with Rob Chesnut, author of Intentional Integrity: How Smart Companies Can Lead an Ethical Revolution, about to talk about ethics in a post-COVID workplace or integrity during times of crisis. Rob recently left his position as chief ethics officer of Airbnb but continues to consult in this area with Airbnb, eBay, Chegg, and others. Possible areas of discussion might be how integrity can guide decisions about:
How and when to bring people back into physical workspaces. People are nervous about the transmission of the disease in closed spaces, but you need to get people back to work. Is it ethical to bring them back to work if you can’t guarantee they won’t get sick? How can you draw on integrity and values to make and build support for these decisions. How to handle furloughed staff – this is a group that will need some TLC. They are going to have conflicted feelings about returning to work, their key duties may have been unfulfilled leaving a backlog of work, and they may feel like they are on tenuous ground or borrowed time, making them less vocal about their needs or reporting ethical issues for fear of rocking the boat. Whether your ethics code worked… You’ve been through fire – it’s a great time to evaluate how your integrity and ethics codes worked for your company. Did it make decisions easier? Harder? Did it provide the guidance you needed? It may be time for an integrity reboot, but where to get started? How to support parents who have been juggling more than just work? How to manage remote workforces so they strive for integrity every day? What new ethical traps have come up beyond the Top 10 Rob identifies in the book? Who is responsible for ethics in a company – legal, HR, the CEO? And on.
Glain Roberts-McCabe joins me to talk about the importance of peer leadership groups. Glain, named one of Canada’s top women entrepreneurs at the 2018 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards, is the founder and president of The Roundtable, an award-winning company where leaders cultivate their leadership, together. A self-professed leadership junkie, Glain has written for publications including The Globe and Mail, HR Edge, and Canadian Manager and is a popular speaker to audiences across Canada, the US, and Europe. She is the author of The Grassroots Leadership Revolution (May 2020).
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EP 1872 The 6 big mistakes active job hunters make on LinkedIn.
ABOUT JEFF ALTMAN, THE BIG GAME HUNTER
Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter is a career and leadership coach who worked as a recruiter for more than 40 years. He is the host of “No BS Job Search Advice Radio,” the #1 podcast in iTunes for job search with more than 1800 episodes and “No BS Coaching Advice.” He is a member of The Forbes Coaches Council.
Are you interested in 1:1 coaching, interview coaching, advice about networking more effectively, how to negotiate your offer or leadership coaching? Use this link to schedule a free Discovery call with me.
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Martha Bird is a Business Anthropologist working in ADP’s Roseland Innovation Lab. Since receiving her Ph.D. in Anthropology, Martha has helped global brands create meaningful services, experiences, and products by both questioning and responding to the social and cultural dynamics of technology. Today, she supports innovation in global product development to ensure future generations of ADP HCM technologies are informed by the wisdom of human cultures and the everyday encounters out of which new practices take shape, evolve and transform the way we work.
With so many changes taking place in the mortgage industry during the Covid-19 pandemic?, and in light of the systemic racial issues currently being exposed in the protests taking place across America in recent weeks, it can be difficult to remain focused on finding solutions that unite and bring people together.
While it’s easy to sit back and comment on the problems as they happen, it takes great leaders to help us focus beyond the problems and provide hope and inspiration to make a positive impact. For today’s podcast, we invited 2 people onto the program in our Hot Topic segment who are providing solutions that lead to a positive outcome. Gwen Muse-Evans, President and CEO of GME Enterprises & Anthony Flynn, Work Faith Connection??, are on the podcast today in order to share their perspectives on this Hot Topic as it relates to finding solutions for the mortgage industry!
Are you ready to start living well and making wonderful memories for your family and yourself? If so, you’ll want to hear what our guest today has to share.
Tony Walker is a retirement expert, financial advisor and best selling author. Rather than stockpiling our money to give our children as an inheritance after we pass away, Tony believes that we should help them out while we’re around to enjoy the result. Sharing the wealth will also help to create memories that our children and grandchildren will treasure for years and live on long after we are gone.
To these ends, Tony has written a lively, down-to-earth book that shares both his personal experiences and his philosophy around money, retirement and the real way to enjoy life. It’s called Live Well, Die Broke and this is one you’re going to want to read again and again.
If you want your later years to be meaningful, rewarding and fun, you will want to be certain to listen to Tony’s advice!
Katerina Andreou, Founder of HR Innovate
TWITTER: @HRInnovateOrg -- @KHRInnovate COMPANY: https://www.hrinnovate.org LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katerina-andreou-2080971a/ Katerina is the founder of HR Innovate, a boutique HR and Recruiting Agency based in Nicosia, Cyprus. Born in Africa, brought up in the Middle East, and having earned an MSc in Occupational Psychology in the UK, Katerina is an HR professional who loves to travel and work with people.
Jane Plitt is a fascinating biographer, who has made it her life’s work, to uncover and share the lessons we can all learn, from the life of yet another fascinating woman: Martha Matilda Harper. Harper was a very early stage entrepreneur and is credited with being the mother of retail franchising in America.
Plitt will reveal how this immigrant entrepreneur dared to succeed, using business for social change and also share the business lessons learned from Martha Matilda Harper.
Plitt’s writings have appeared in many publications including the Chicago Sun Times, Wall Street Journal, and one was even a featured cover story of Franchising World.
15 year old Grace Heinrichs is an absolute star! This show speaks and sings for itself! Conference quality information without the expense report!
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