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The Inner Chief | Executive Coaching for a successful career and life with Chief Maker, Greg Layton

If you believe as I do that learning from the masters, coupled with consistent personal growth, is instrumental to a successful career an life then this is your podcast. Every Thursday I’ll bring you a deep diving interview with a CEO or GURU with their best wisdom and advice and every Monday I post a short, sharp minisode with the best tips I can muster to help you in your career.

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“The soul of the business was maintained because I drove the culture of the business so passionately.”   This is a special episode only available to our podcast subscribers, which we call The Mini Chief. These are short, sharp highlights from our fabulous CEO guests, where you get a 5 to 10 minute snapshot from their full episode. This Mini Chief episode features Cliff Gale, former MD of Lite ‘n Easy for over 20 years. His full episode is titled Leading with passion, respect for your people and keeping the soul alive in your business. You can find the full audio and show notes here: 🎧👉  chiefmaker.com/337  👂   WANT TO ACCELERATE YOUR NEXT PROMOTION? COMPLETE YOUR FREE CAREER SCORECARD: www.chiefmaker.com/score-card   I met Cliff through a former Inner Chief podcast guest, Sara Chamberlain, in 2019.  Cliff started his career running Bob-Jane T Mart Franchises. He then bought into Lite n’ Easy after he saw a two line ad in a paper in its very early days. He proceeded to lead the business for over two decades and grew it into one of the most successful businesses of its type. Lite n’ Easy is a 100% Australian owned healthy food business and has been around nearly 40 years. In the full episode we talk about: ✅  Keeping his finger on the pulse by respecting and listening to his people and customers ✅  How he kept the emotion and energy in the business as it grew to dizzying heights ✅  Building the soul of the business by focusing on the things that count and profit will come, and ✅  The difference between givers and takers. Deal hope, Greg Similar Episodes on Retail Cass Spies, Founder & CEO of Twisted Healthy Treats, on being nimble, promoting from within, and winning globally Vince Lebon, CEO and Founder of Rollie Nation, on streamlining systems, scaling up and business rhythm Julie Mathers, Founder of Flora & Fauna and CEO of Snuggle Hunny, on being adventurous, bootstrapping a business, and first-mover advantage Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“Know that if you are a leader, you have an impact on the health and wellbeing of the people around you. That's why leadership is either a life-depleting or life-feeding line of work.”   In this episode of The Inner Chief podcast, I speak to Stephen “Shed” Shedletzky, on how to foster a speak-up culture where people feel safe, trusted and worthy. 🎧👉  chiefmaker.com/338  👂   DOWNLOAD THE CHIEF MAKER OPERATING RHYTHM HOW TO GUIDE AND PUT YOUR VISION AND MISSION INTO ACTION FAST: chiefmaker.com/operatingrhythm   “Shed”, as he is known to everyone, is a leadership author and coach who helps leaders and organisations create a culture where people feel encouraged, safe and valued in speaking-up. He became the fourth person to join well-known leadership expert Simon Sinek’s team and has had the roles of Chief of Staff and Head of Brand Experience, Training & Development. The two still collaborate together. He is also a TEDx Speaker Coach and the author of Speak-Up Culture: When Leaders Truly Listen, People Step Up. In this episode we talk about: ✅  How he overcame a stutter and fear of public speaking to become a guru in speak-up culture. ✅  His framework and principles for helping you build a speak-up culture at work, and ✅  The most important things to consider in delivering a TEDx level presentation. Thanks to former guest, James Whittaker, for introducing me to Shed. Deal hope, Greg   Connecting with Stephen Shedletzky You can connect with Stephen via LinkedIn and the Shed Inspires website. You can also see his Speak-Up Matrix on his website (see more details below in the show notes). Books and resources Man's Search for Meaning - by Viktor Frankl The Attributes - by Rich DeVinney Culture Map - by Erin Meyer Outliers - by Malcolm Gladwell Don’t sleep, there are snakes - by Daniel L. Everett Similar Episodes on Communication Matt Abrahams, author of Think Faster, Talk Smarter, on Managing your reputation before you enter a room, thinking on your feet, and getting to the point Roger Love, World’s #1 Voice Coach on Teaching Bradley Cooper, Reese Witherspoon, The Beach Boys and more to use their voice to change the world Minisodes by Greg Layton - Meetings as a Performance Theatre and BREAC a leg! Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“There's been too much focus on profit outcomes in business rather than maybe building the process along the way through empowering people, through effective delegation.” In this Best of Series episode of The Inner Chief podcast, I speak to Cliff Gale, former Managing Director of Lite n’ Easy for over 20 years, on leading with passion, respect for your people and keeping the soul alive in your business. 🎧👉  chiefmaker.com/337  👂   GET THE FREE CHIEF MAKER TOP 30 INTERVIEW QUESTIONS: chiefmaker.com/interview   I met Cliff through a former Inner Chief podcast guest, Sara Chamberlain, in 2019. Cliff started his career running Bob-Jane T Mart Franchises. He then bought into Lite n’ Easy after he saw a two line ad in a paper in its very early days. He proceeded to lead the business for over two decades and grew it into one of the most successful businesses of its type. Lite n’ Easy is a 100% Australian owned healthy food business and has been around nearly 40 years. In this episode we talk about:  ✅  Keeping his finger on the pulse by respecting and listening to his people and customers ✅  How he kept the emotion and energy in the business as it grew to dizzying heights ✅  Building the soul of the business by focusing on the things that count and profit will come, and ✅  The difference between givers and takers. Deal hope, Greg   Similar Episodes on Retail Cass Spies, Founder & CEO of Twisted Healthy Treats, on being nimble, promoting from within, and winning globally Vince Lebon, CEO and Founder of Rollie Nation, on streamlining systems, scaling up and business rhythm Julie Mathers, Founder of Flora & Fauna and CEO of Snuggle Hunny, on being adventurous, bootstrapping a business, and first-mover advantage Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“The truth is, these 5 traits are disappointingly quite uncommon amongst leadership teams, but if you follow them, you will be closer to outsmarting the competition.”   Chief, in today’s minisode, I’m going to discuss five leadership lessons from a powerhouse executive team with whom I have worked for around five years. Having played just a small part in their journey, I wanted to share with you five traits that each of us can take from this group. 🎧👉 chiefmaker.com/336 👂   BE MORE EFFECTIVE WITH YOUR TIME AND TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR CALENDAR: chiefmaker.com/saveanhour   Deal hope, Greg   Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“There's no faster way to learn than to do. And the beauty of VR is that it allows you to learn through experience without the physical or emotional risk.” This is a special episode only available to our podcast subscribers, which we call The Mini Chief. These are short, sharp highlights from our fabulous CEO guests, where you get a 5 to 10 minute snapshot from their full episode. This Mini Chief episode features Angus Stevens, Co-Founder and CEO of Start Beyond. His full episode is titled Taking learning by experience to new frontiers, putting guardrails on innovation, and creating useful technology for tangible real-world problems. You can find the full audio and show notes here: 🎧👉  chiefmaker.com/334  👂   BE MORE EFFECTIVE WITH YOUR TIME AND TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR CALENDAR: chiefmaker.com/saveanhour   Angus is the CEO and Co-Founder of VR and AR studio, Start Beyond, which was named in the Top 10 2023 AFR Most Innovative Tech Companies as well as in the Top 20 Australian Startup Employers. They’ve delivered more than 1.2million AR and VR learning experiences and work with the likes of Accenture and Meta, as well as US-based VR software giant, Strivr, and Australian companies like Westpac, University of Technology Sydney, St John’s Ambulance, and Woolworths. Angus started out in writing, directing and producing television, documentaries, theatre and short films for Southern Cross Austereo and Nova, working with artists such as Bob Geldof, Ed Sheeran, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Taylor Swift. He was named a 2023 Australian Top 50 Small Business Leader, and is the Chair and Co-Founder of the Australian Metaverse Advisory Council (AMAC), and is also a recent first-time author, having released Viewer Discretion Advised in 2023.   In the full episode we talk about: ✅  The pioneering work he did in radio a decade ago by bringing a visual element to a live broadcast ✅  Recognising when to act on the tension between gaining enough experience and launching his own business ✅  How he has taken learning by experience to stratospheric heights while putting guardrails on innovation, and ✅  His thoughts on where education is going to be in 10 years’ time. Deal hope, Greg Thanks to Sam Dybac and her team at The PR Hub for introducing us to Angus.   Connecting with Angus Stevens You can connect with Angus via LinkedIn and the Start Beyond website. Books and resources Viewer Discretion Advised - by Angus Stevens Similar Episodes on Learning Mark John, Founder & CEO of frntlne, on Partnering with the world’s top performers and business people, what a leader’s natural state is, and feeling lucky every day Dr Lia DiBello Ph.D on debunking the 10,000 hour mastery rule through accelerated learning, and how this will drastically improve business outcomes Minisode by Greg Layton - Choosing the right course or program to boost your career Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“One of the great pitfalls is that we just throw them in the deep end and assume they're going to swim. And when they fail, we say, oh well, they just weren’t up to it.”   Chief, in today’s minisode and YouTube video, I’m going to dive into some reasons for why so many people struggle with the shift from a technical, hands-on role into a leadership role, and how you as their leader can ensure a more smooth transition. The reality is that a lot of leaders are promoted based on their technical abilities and not so much on their leadership capabilities, the misconception being that you ‘earn your stripes’ through being hands-on and experienced. This approach so often leads to poor outcomes and staff turnover, and for the promoted person feeling hopelessly out of their depth. 🎧👉 chiefmaker.com/335 👂   DOWNLOAD THE CHIEF MAKER GUIDE FOR SENIOR LEADERS ON HOW TO HAVE DIFFICULT PERFORMANCE CONVERSATIONS: chiefmaker.com/difficult   So today, Chief, we’re going to talk about: ✅  Why technical staff land up being poor fits for strategic and leadership roles ✅  The Professional Excellence Framework known as the Chief Maker GREAT Method, and ✅  How to help your leaders and up-and-coming management avoid the poor performance and isolation that often comes with not supporting this role transition.   Deal hope, Greg   Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“If you can simulate a problem by removing all of the normal, easy, well-travelled roads, then you're forcing yourself to be truly creative in getting to the end result."   This is a special episode only available to our podcast subscribers, which we call The Mini Chief. These are short, sharp highlights from our fabulous CEO guests, where you get a 5 to 10 minute snapshot from their full episode. This Mini Chief episode features Roland Frasier, CEO of All Channels Media. His full episode is titled Pulling off creative business deals with no money down, and modelling your mentors. You can find the full audio and show notes here: 🎧👉  chiefmaker.com/333  👂   DOWNLOAD THE CHIEF MAKER GUIDE FOR SENIOR LEADERS ON HOW TO HAVE DIFFICULT PERFORMANCE CONVERSATIONS: chiefmaker.com/difficult   At the time of our conversation in 2018, Roland was the CEO of War Room Mastermind. He is currently the CEO of All Media Channels, and is also a Principal in DigitalMarketer.com, The Scalable Company, EPIC Network and Traffic & Conversion Summit. Roland is the co-founder and/or principal of multiple Inc. Magazine fastest growing companies (e-commerce, e-learning and SaaS) and a serial entrepreneur who has founded, scaled or sold almost two dozen different businesses ranging from consumer products to industrial machine manufacturing companies with adjusted sales ranging from $3 million to $337 million. His expertise covers digitally-centric customer acquisition, activation, referral, retention, revenue and growth strategies and plan implementation and he is a guru in the art of the deal. He is also one of the most humble and generous chiefs you’ll ever meet.   In the full episode we talk about: ✅  How to buy property and businesses for no money down ✅  Infusing creativity into business deals and structuring deals even if you are a full-time employee ✅  What made his mastermind, The War Room, such a winning program, and  ✅  The lineage of his learning way back to the greats like Milton Erickson, John Grinder and Richard Bandler.. Deal hope, Greg   Connecting with Roland Frasier You can connect with Roland via LinkedIn, his podcast or his website. Books and resources Business Wealth Without Risk - by Roland Frasier and Jay Abraham Nothing Down - by Robert Allan The Psychology of Winning (Audiobook) - by Denis Waitley Unlimited Power - by Tony Robbins The works of Milton H Erickson Measure What Matters - by John Doerr High Output Management - by Andy Grove Uncommon Therapy - by Jay Haley The 4 Disciplines of Execution - by Chris McChesney, Sean Covey, Jim Huling Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It - by Kamal Ravikant Rebirth - by Kamal Ravikant Similar Episodes on Investors Jay Abraham, Founder and CEO of The Abraham Group on How to achieve business wealth without risk through acquisition and the most powerful marketing strategies in the world Bushy Martin, CEO of KnowHow Property on playing the long game and living a life by design not default Joel Holland, CEO of Harvest Hosts on Buying versus building a business Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“There's no faster way to learn than to do. And the beauty of VR is that it allows you to learn through experience without the physical or emotional risk.” In this episode of The Inner Chief podcast, I speak to Angus Stevens, Co-Founder and CEO of Start Beyond on taking learning by experience to new frontiers, putting guardrails on innovation, and creating useful technology for tangible real-world problems. 🎧👉  chiefmaker.com/334  👂   WANT TO ACCELERATE YOUR NEXT PROMOTION? COMPLETE YOUR FREE CAREER SCORECARD: www.chiefmaker.com/score-card   Angus is the CEO and Co-Founder of VR and AR studio, Start Beyond, which was named in the Top 10 2023 AFR Most Innovative Tech Companies as well as in the Top 20 Australian Startup Employers. They’ve delivered more than 1.2million AR and VR learning experiences and work with the likes of Accenture and Meta, as well as US-based VR software giant, Strivr, and Australian companies like Westpac, University of Technology Sydney, St John’s Ambulance, and Woolworths. Angus started out in writing, directing and producing television, documentaries, theatre and short films for Southern Cross Austereo and Nova, working with artists such as Bob Geldof, Ed Sheeran, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Taylor Swift. He was named a 2023 Australian Top 50 Small Business Leader, and is the Chair and Co-Founder of the Australian Metaverse Advisory Council (AMAC), and is also a recent first-time author, having released Viewer Discretion Advised in 2023. In this episode we talk about: ✅  The pioneering work he did in radio a decade ago by bringing a visual element to a live broadcast ✅  Recognising when to act on the tension between gaining enough experience and launching his own business ✅  How he has taken learning by experience to stratospheric heights while putting guardrails on innovation, and ✅  His thoughts on where education is going to be in 10 years’ time. Deal hope, Greg   Thanks to Sam Dybac and her team at The PR Hub for introducing us to Angus.   Connecting with Angus Stevens You can connect with Angus via LinkedIn and the Start Beyond website. Books and resources Viewer Discretion Advised - by Angus Stevens Similar Episodes on Learning Mark John, Founder & CEO of frntlne, on Partnering with the world’s top performers and business people, what a leader’s natural state is, and feeling lucky every day Dr Lia DiBello Ph.D on debunking the 10,000 hour mastery rule through accelerated learning, and how this will drastically improve business outcomes Minisode by Greg Layton - Choosing the right course or program to boost your career Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“My mother has this wonderful saying: Tell the time, don't build the clock. Many of us are clock builders when we communicate, but if we can structure our messages to be concise and clear, we can be much better communicators in any situation.”   This is a special episode only available to our podcast subscribers, which we call The Mini Chief. These are short, sharp highlights from our fabulous CEO guests, where you get a 5 to 10 minute snapshot from their full episode. This Mini Chief episode features Matt Abrahams, author of ‘Think Faster, Talk Smarter’. His full episode is titled Managing your reputation before you enter a room, thinking on your feet, and getting to the point. You can find the full audio and show notes here: 🎧👉  chiefmaker.com/332  👂   GET THE FREE CHIEF MAKER TOP 30 INTERVIEW QUESTIONS: chiefmaker.com/interview   Matt is a leading expert in communication with decades of experience as an educator, author, podcast host, and coach. As a Lecturer in Organizational Behavior at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, he teaches popular classes in strategic communication and effective virtual presenting.  Matt is also a sought-after keynote speaker and communication consultant. He has helped countless presenters improve and hone their communication, including some who have delivered IPO roadshows as well as TED, World Economic Forum, and Nobel Prize presentations.  He is the author of Think Faster, Talk Smarter: How to Speak Successfully When You’re Put on the Spot and his previous book, Speaking Up without Freaking Out: 50 Techniques for Confident and Compelling Presenting has helped thousands of people manage speaking anxiety and present more confidently and authentically. In the full episode we talk about: ✅  How you can actively build your reputation and make great first impressions ✅  Why you need to train for spontaneous, on-the-spot conversations ✅  What martial arts has taught him about managing his physiology when communicating effectively ✅  His 6 step method to think faster and talk smarter, and ✅  A fool-proof way to construct the perfect email. Deal hope, Greg   Connecting with Matt Abrahams You can connect with Matt via his website or LinkedIn. Books and resources Think Faster, Talk Smarter - by Matt Abrahams Speaking Up without Freaking Out - by Matt Abrahams Similar Episodes on Communication Roger Love, the World’s #1 Celebrity Voice Coach, on teaching Bradley Cooper, Reese Witherspoon and The Beach Boys to use their voice to change the world Paul Jones on Getting cut through and building trust through your writing Minisode by Greg Layton - Meetings as a Performance Theatre Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“I believe that everything that you want to accomplish can be accomplished with mentoring, modelling and masterminding.”   In this Best of Series episode of The Inner Chief podcast, I speak to Roland Frasier, CEO of All Channels Media, on pulling off creative business deals with no money down, and modelling your mentors. 🎧👉  chiefmaker.com/333  👂   DOWNLOAD THE CHIEF MAKER OPERATING RHYTHM HOW TO GUIDE AND PUT YOUR VISION AND MISSION INTO ACTION FAST: chiefmaker.com/operatingrhythm   At the time of our conversation in 2018, Roland was the CEO of War Room Mastermind. He is currently the CEO of All Media Channels, and is also a Principal in DigitalMarketer.com, The Scalable Company, EPIC Network and Traffic & Conversion Summit. Roland is the co-founder and/or principal of multiple Inc. Magazine fastest growing companies (e-commerce, e-learning and SaaS) and a serial entrepreneur who has founded, scaled or sold almost two dozen different businesses ranging from consumer products to industrial machine manufacturing companies with adjusted sales ranging from $3 million to $337 million. His expertise covers digitally-centric customer acquisition, activation, referral, retention, revenue and growth strategies and plan implementation and he is a guru in the art of the deal. He is also one of the most humble and generous chiefs you’ll ever meet.   In this episode we talk about: ✅  How to buy property and businesses for no money down ✅  Infusing creativity into business deals and structuring deals even if you are a full-time employee ✅  What made his mastermind, The War Room, such a winning program, and  ✅  The lineage of his learning way back to the greats like Milton Erickson, John Grinder and Richard Bandler. Deal hope, Greg   Connecting with Roland Frasier You can connect with Roland via LinkedIn, his podcast or his website. Books and resources Business Wealth Without Risk - by Roland Frasier and Jay Abraham Nothing Down - by Robert Allan The Psychology of Winning (Audiobook) - by Denis Waitley Unlimited Power - by Tony Robbins The works of Milton H Erickson Measure What Matters - by John Doerr High Output Management - by Andy Grove Uncommon Therapy - by Jay Haley The 4 Disciplines of Execution - by Chris McChesney, Sean Covey, Jim Huling Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It - by Kamal Ravikant Rebirth - by Kamal Ravikant Similar Episodes on Investors Jay Abraham, Founder and CEO of The Abraham Group on How to achieve business wealth without risk through acquisition and the most powerful marketing strategies in the world Bushy Martin, CEO of KnowHow Property on playing the long game and living a life by design not default Joel Holland, CEO of Harvest Hosts on Buying versus building a business Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“I just want to make sure the right people get the right things in the right way. And I also want to make sure that people like you and me could have a direct impact on a disaster event that's happening overseas."   This is a special episode only available to our podcast subscribers, which we call The Mini Chief. These are short, sharp highlights from our fabulous CEO guests, where you get a 5 to 10 minute snapshot from their full episode. This Mini Chief episode features Juliette Wright OAM, Founder & Director of GIVIT and Recovere. Her full episode is titled Revolutionising misguided charitable giving, having a million conversations, and leaning into anxiety. You can find the full audio and show notes here: 🎧👉  chiefmaker.com/330  👂   GET THE FREE CHIEF MAKER TOP 30 INTERVIEW QUESTIONS: chiefmaker.com/interview   Juliette is an Australian social entrepreneur who has devoted herself to alleviating poverty and addressing crises since founding GIVIT in 2009. What started as a simple desire to donate baby clothes evolved into the creation of a groundbreaking world-first platform that offers efficient and effective disaster relief across Australia. Under Juliette’s leadership, GIVIT grew into one of the country’s largest and most successful donation platforms, garnering endorsements from government bodies and facilitating over 8.5 million donations and supporting over 4,500 non-profit organisations nationally during crises and disasters. Juliette's experience in developing innovative IT platforms, navigating stakeholder and government relations and managing rapid growth, positions her uniquely in her current role as CEO of Recovere, a social enterprise that supports international communities to manage donations post-crisis. Juliette has been recognised with numerous awards, including being named an Australian of the Year Local Hero in 2015 and receiving the Order of Australia Medal (OAM) in 2019. In the full episode we talk about: ✅  The origins of GIVIT, which was born out of addressing the negative side of donations ✅  How she handles the “million conversations” rule of social enterprises and getting past bureaucracy ✅  Why and how she leans into anxiety in order to be happy, and ✅  Her new role with Recovere and solving the biggest headache in disaster events. Deal hope, Greg   Connecting with Juliette Wright OAM You can connect with Juliette via LinkedIn. Books and resources Shoe Dog - by Phil Knight Similar Episodes on Not-for-Profits Rochelle Courtenay, Founder of Share the Dignity on Leading volunteer armies, witnessing female trauma inside prison, and eradicating period poverty Casey Lyons, Co-Founder and CEO, LIVIN on The rollercoaster of grief, being not weak to speak, and practising self-care Hetty Johnston AM, Former CEO of Bravehearts on Passion, resilience and negotiating with Prime Ministers Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“My mother has this wonderful saying: Tell the time, don't build the clock. Many of us are clock builders when we communicate, but if we can structure our messages to be concise and clear, we can be much better communicators in any situation.”   In this episode of The Inner Chief podcast, I speak to Matt Abrahams, author of ‘Think Faster, Talk Smarter’ on managing your reputation before you enter a room, thinking on your feet, and getting to the point. 🎧👉  chiefmaker.com/332  👂   GET THE FREE CHIEF MAKER TOP 30 INTERVIEW QUESTIONS FOR CANDIDATES OR INTERVIEWERS: chiefmaker.com/interview   Matt is a leading expert in communication with decades of experience as an educator, author, podcast host, and coach. As a Lecturer in Organizational Behavior at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, he teaches popular classes in strategic communication and effective virtual presenting.  Matt is also a sought-after keynote speaker and communication consultant. He has helped countless presenters improve and hone their communication, including some who have delivered IPO road shows as well as TED, World Economic Forum, and Nobel Prize presentations.  He is the author of Think Faster, Talk Smarter: How to Speak Successfully When You’re Put on the Spot and his previous book, Speaking Up without Freaking Out: 50 Techniques for Confident and Compelling Presenting has helped thousands of people manage speaking anxiety and present more confidently and authentically.   In this episode we talk about:  ✅  How you can actively build your reputation and make great first impressions ✅  Why you need to train for spontaneous, on-the-spot conversations ✅  What martial arts has taught him about managing his physiology  when communicating effectively ✅  His 6 step method to think faster and talk smarter, and ✅  A fool-proof way to construct the perfect email.   Deal hope, Greg   Connecting with Matt Abrahams You can connect with Matt via his website or LinkedIn. Books and resources Think Faster, Talk Smarter - by Matt Abrahams Speaking Up without Freaking Out - by Matt Abrahams Similar Episodes on Communication Roger Love, the World’s #1 Celebrity Voice Coach, on teaching Bradley Cooper, Reese Witherspoon and The Beach Boys to use their voice to change the world Paul Jones on Getting cut through and building trust through your writing Natalie Speers on Being an early adopter, how anyone can thrive on social media, and visual disruption Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“If you say honesty is a core value, are you kidding me? Do you want people working in your organisation that are dishonest? That doesn't make sense!”   This is a special episode only available to our podcast subscribers, which we call The Mini Chief. These are short, sharp highlights from our fabulous CEO guests, where you get a 5 to 10 minute snapshot from their full episode. In this edition of the Mini Chief we feature a snippet from our Best of Series with Group CEO of Nuix, Jonathan Rubinsztein. His full episode is titled Bringing values to life, compressing time, and the 3 key principles of motivation. You can find the full audio and show notes here: 🎧👉  chiefmaker.com/329  👂   BE MORE EFFECTIVE WITH YOUR TIME AND TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR CALENDAR: chiefmaker.com/saveanhour   At the time of our conversation in 2018, Jonathan was the CEO & Managing Director of Infomedia, an ASX-Listed global provider of SaaS solutions to the parts and service sector in the automotive industry. Jonathan is now the Group CEO of Nuix, another ASX-Listed Company, and a leading provider of investigative analytics and intelligence software. Prior to his time at Infomedia, Jonathan was the CEO and founding shareholder at UXC Red Rock Consulting, the largest Oracle Consulting business in ANZ with 8 offices and 600 staff. Jonathan was previously on the boards of both Missionvale Australia and Humanitix, and has been a guest lecturer at the University of Sydney Business School and a regular participant at TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) conferences.   In the full episode we talk about: ✅  Bringing values to life in a meaningful, practical way rather than just words on a wall ✅  How to get things done faster and why he treats everything in life as a project ✅  Three key principles of motivation – purpose, mastery and autonomy, and ✅  Learning from a range of different people, industries and fields. Deal hope, Greg   Connecting with Jonathan Rubinsztein You can reach Jonathan on LinkedIn. Books and resources Drive - by Daniel Pink Homo Deus - by Yuval Noah Harari Sapiens - by Yuval Noah Harari The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People - by Stephen Covey Not Guilty - Nicolette Rubinsztein Similar Episodes on values Chief Maker Minisode, on Key Business Terms Isabelle Nüssli, Author of the book "Cockfighting", on Managing the CEO-Chair relationship and overcoming the drivers of conflict Julie Mathers, Founder of Flora & Fauna and CEO of Snuggle Hunny, on being adventurous, bootstrapping a business, and first-mover advantage Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“What do I do with a group of leaders who have risen up through functional roles and are now really struggling to work on the business and to be strategic? It's causing a fair amount of chaos and tension across the group.”   Chief, in today’s minisode and YouTube video, I’m going to cover the exact strategies you need to use in order to get your leadership team to think strategically at the organisational level.  The reality is that a lot of leaders are technically great, but they need to get out of their functional roles and into driving the business strategy and the company forward, otherwise they risk pouring their energy and resources into all the wrong places.   🎧👉 chiefmaker.com/331 👂 BE MORE EFFECTIVE WITH YOUR TIME AND TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR CALENDAR: chiefmaker.com/saveanhour   So today, Chief, we’re going to talk about: ✅  The 7 steps you need to follow in order to drive your business forward, and ✅  How to get your leaders out of their day-to-day and collaborate so that they can help your organisation beat the competition.   Deal hope, Greg   Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“You are best defined by what you say no to.”   In this episode of The Inner Chief podcast, I speak to Juliette Wright OAM, Founder and Director of GIVIT and Recovere, on revolutionising misguided charitable giving, having a million conversations, and leaning into anxiety. 🎧👉  chiefmaker.com/330  👂   DOWNLOAD THE CHIEF MAKER GUIDE FOR SENIOR LEADERS ON HOW TO HAVE DIFFICULT PERFORMANCE CONVERSATIONS: chiefmaker.com/difficult   Juliette is an Australian social entrepreneur who has devoted herself to alleviating poverty and addressing crises since founding GIVIT in 2009. What started as a simple desire to donate baby clothes evolved into the creation of a groundbreaking world-first platform that offers efficient and effective disaster relief across Australia. Under Juliette’s leadership, GIVIT grew into one of the country’s largest and most successful donation platforms, garnering endorsements from government bodies and facilitating over 8.5 million donations and supporting over 4,500 non-profit organisations nationally during crises and disasters. Juliette's experience in developing innovative IT platforms, navigating stakeholder and government relations and managing rapid growth, positions her uniquely in her current role as CEO of Recovere, a social enterprise that supports international communities to manage donations post-crisis. Juliette has been recognised with numerous awards, including being named an Australian of the Year Local Hero in 2015 and receiving the Order of Australia Medal (OAM) in 2019.   In this episode we talk about: ✅  The origins of GIVIT, which was born out of addressing the negative side of donations ✅  How she handles the “million conversations” rule of social enterprises and getting past bureaucracy ✅  Why and how she leans into anxiety in order to be happy, and ✅  Her new role with Recovere and solving the biggest headache in disaster events. Thanks to former guest, Natalie Cook OAM OLY, for introducing me to Juliette. Deal hope, Greg   Connecting with Juliette Wright OAM You can connect with Juliette via LinkedIn. Books and resources Shoe Dog - by Phil Knight Similar Episodes on Not-for-Profits Rochelle Courtenay, Founder of Share the Dignity on Leading volunteer armies, witnessing female trauma inside prison, and eradicating period poverty Casey Lyons, Co-Founder and CEO, LIVIN on The rollercoaster of grief, being not weak to speak, and practising self-care Hetty Johnston AM, Former CEO of Bravehearts on Passion, resilience and negotiating with Prime Ministers Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“My mantra is first you build it, then you buy it. Finding product-market fit with a startup is by far the hardest thing in the world, but when you buy a company, you probably skip that.”   This is a special episode only available to our podcast subscribers, which we call The Mini Chief. These are short, sharp highlights from our fabulous CEO guests, where you get a 5 to 10 minute snapshot from their full episode. This Mini Chief episode features Joel Holland, CEO of Harvest Hosts. His full episode is titled Why unhappiness is a requirement for entrepreneurialism, switching seats from CEO to Chair. You can find the full audio and show notes here: 🎧👉  chiefmaker.com/328  👂   DOWNLOAD THE CHIEF MAKER GUIDE FOR SENIOR LEADERS ON HOW TO HAVE DIFFICULT PERFORMANCE CONVERSATIONS: chiefmaker.com/difficult   Joel is the CEO of Harvest Hosts, a membership program that connects RVers (caravaners) with unique overnight experiences at 5,000+ wineries, farms, breweries, museums, golf courses and other interesting destinations in the US and Canada. Earlier in his career, after stints in investment banking and in media organisations, he founded Storyblocks, the world’s first stock media subscription service, which was purchased by private equity firm Great Hill Partners in June 2020.  Joel has been named one of the "Top 25 Entrepreneurs Under 25" by BusinessWeek Magazine, and "Young Entrepreneur of the Year" by the United States Small Business Administration, and "Entrepreneur of the Year" for the Greater Washington DC Region by Ernst & Young, and also recognised on the Inc. "30 Under 30" list. When he isn't working, Joel is outside as much as possible with his family in Vail, Colorado. He is proud to be a member of Vail Mountain Rescue, the search and rescue team for Eagle County.   In the full episode we talk about:  ✅  How in high school he hosted a show where he interviewed celebrities, athletes, politicians and Fortune 500 CEOs, including Arnold Schwarzenegger and Steve Forbes. ✅  Switching seats from CEO to Chair at Storyblocks, and why burnout forced such a move. ✅  The incredible operational principles which help him achieve success but also balance in life, and ✅  How he took Harvest Hosts from a solid business and on an explosive growth trajectory, and why he suggests building a business first, and buying thereafter.   Thanks to former guest, Shane Russell, for introducing me to Joel. Deal hope, Greg   Connecting with Joel Holland You can connect with Joel via LinkedIn, and you can view the Harvest Hosts website. Books and resources Storyblocks - a stock media company All Trails - an app for hiking Similar Episodes on buying companies Jaimie Fuller, former CEO of SKINS on coping with rapid growth Julie Mathers, CEO of Snuggle Hunny on first-mover advantage Ben Simon, Partner of Rose Partners on diffusing heated negotiations and identifying red flags during a deal Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“Often the people you speak to are in the same industry and that creates an echo chamber. If you don’t have communication with people outside your industry, you're going to be someone else's lunch or dinner in this crazy world of disruption.”   In this Best of Series episode of The Inner Chief podcast, we feature Group CEO of Nuix, Jonathan Rubinsztein, on bringing values to life, compressing time, and the 3 key principles of motivation. 🎧👉  chiefmaker.com/329  👂   DOWNLOAD THE CHIEF MAKER OPERATING RHYTHM HOW TO GUIDE AND PUT YOUR VISION AND MISSION INTO ACTION FAST: chiefmaker.com/operatingrhythm   At the time of our conversation in 2018, Jonathan was the CEO & Managing Director of Infomedia, an ASX-Listed global provider of SaaS solutions to the parts and service sector in the automotive industry.  Jonathan is now the CEO or Group CEO of Nuix, another ASX-Listed Company, and a leading provider of investigative analytics and intelligence software. Prior to his time at Infomedia, Jonathan was the CEO and founding shareholder at UXC Red Rock Consulting, the largest Oracle Consulting business in ANZ with 8 offices and 600 staff. Jonathan was previously on the boards of both Missionvale Australia and Humanitix, and has been a guest lecturer at the University of Sydney Business School and a regular participant at TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) conferences.   In this episode we talk about:  ✅  Bringing values to life in a meaningful, practical way rather than just words on a wall ✅  How to get things done faster and why he treats everything in life as a project ✅  Three key principles of motivation – purpose, mastery and autonomy, and ✅  Learning from a range of different people, industries and fields.   Deal hope, Greg   Connecting with Jonathan Rubinsztein You can reach Jonathan on LinkedIn. Books and resources Drive - by Daniel Pink Homo Deus - by Yuval Noah Harari Sapiens - by Yuval Noah Harari The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People - by Stephen Covey Not Guilty - Nicolette Rubinsztein Similar Episodes on values Chief Maker Minisode, on Key Business Terms Isabelle Nüssli, Author of the book "Cockfighting", on Managing the CEO-Chair relationship and overcoming the drivers of conflict Julie Mathers, Founder of Flora & Fauna and CEO of Snuggle Hunny, on being adventurous, bootstrapping a business, and first-mover advantage Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“I feel that if you understand finance and economics, you understand how most of the world works.”   In this episode of The Inner Chief podcast, I speak to Joel Holland, CEO of Harvest Hosts on why unhappiness is a requirement for entrepreneurialism, switching seats from CEO to Chair, and buying versus building a business. 🎧👉  chiefmaker.com/328  👂   GET THE FREE CHIEF MAKER TOP 30 INTERVIEW QUESTIONS: chiefmaker.com/interview   Joel is the CEO of Harvest Hosts, a membership program that connects RVers (caravaners) with unique overnight experiences at 5,000+ wineries, farms, breweries, museums, golf courses and other interesting destinations in the US and Canada. Earlier in his career, after stints in investment banking and in media organisations, he founded Storyblocks, the world’s first stock media subscription service, which was purchased by private equity firm Great Hill Partners in June 2020. Joel has been named one of the "Top 25 Entrepreneurs Under 25" by BusinessWeek Magazine, and "Young Entrepreneur of the Year" by the United States Small Business Administration, and "Entrepreneur of the Year" for the Greater Washington DC Region by Ernst & Young, and also recognised on the Inc. "30 Under 30" list. When he isn't working, Joel is outside as much as possible with his family in Vail, Colorado. He is proud to be a member of Vail Mountain Rescue, the search and rescue team for Eagle County.   In this episode we talk about: ✅  How in high school he hosted a show where he interviewed celebrities, athletes, politicians and Fortune 500 CEOs, including Arnold Schwarzenegger and Steve Forbes. ✅  Switching seats from CEO to Chair at Storyblocks, and why burnout forced such a move. ✅  The incredible operational principles which help him achieve success but also balance in life, and ✅  How he took Harvest Hosts from a solid business and on an explosive growth trajectory, and why he suggests building a business first, and buying thereafter. Deal hope, Greg   Thanks to former guest, Shane Russell, for introducing us to Joel.   Connecting with Joel Holland You can connect with Joel via LinkedIn, and you can view the Harvest Hosts website. Books and resources Storyblocks - a stock media company All Trails - an app for hiking Similar Episodes on buying companies Jaimie Fuller, former CEO of SKINS on coping with rapid growth Julie Mathers, CEO of Snuggle Hunny on first-mover advantage Ben Simon, Partner of Rose Partners on diffusing heated negotiations and identifying red flags during a deal Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“We're trying to ease the financial pain for the next generation in the green and gold.”   This is a special episode only available to our podcast subscribers, which we call The Mini Chief. These are short, sharp highlights from our fabulous CEO guests, where you get a 5 to 10 minute snapshot from their full episode. This Mini Chief episode features Gold medallist and 5-time Olympian, Natalie Cook OAM OLY. Her full episode is titled How to out-think the opposition, and why it takes an ecosystem to win a gold medal. You can find the full audio and show notes here: 🎧👉  chiefmaker.com/326  👂   GET THE FREE CHIEF MAKER TOP 30 INTERVIEW QUESTIONS: chiefmaker.com/interview   Nat is a five-time Olympian, Gold and Bronze Medallist in beach volleyball, representing Australia in the Summer Olympics between 1996 and 2012. A passionate athlete advocate, Nat has always been a champion of the transformational power of sport and the life lessons learnt pursuing your dreams. Her trademark authenticity, energy and ease, combined with her success as both an elite athlete and influential business leader, make Nat a powerful motivational speaker and strategic sports and wellbeing advisor. Serving as a Director of Brisbane 2032, Olympic and Paralympic Games Organising Committee, and holding a position on the World Olympians Association Board, Nat is a firm believer in the Games' potential to create enduring legacies for individuals, businesses, and society as a whole.   In the full episode we talk about:  ✅  The ecosystem of things required to go right for the eventual winning of a gold medal ✅  How, in competition, she used the metaphor of attacking the opposition from the top of the hill ✅  The mindsets and mind techniques she learnt being an elite full-time athlete, including how to make the crowd work for you ✅  Working with a former Chief Maker guest, Dr Jeff Spencer, on adjusting to life after an Olympics, and ✅  The incredible work she is doing behind the scenes to support not only Brisbane 2032 but also prospective Australian athletes striving to make the Games.   Deal hope, Greg   Connecting with Natalie Cook OAM OLY You can connect with Nat via LinkedIn, her website and Aussie Athlete Fund. Books and resources $1 Million Challenge - Aussie Athlete Fund launch video The Art of War - by Sun Tzu Way of the Peaceful Warrior - by Dan Millman Similar Episodes on high performance sport Dr Jeff Spencer, The man behind 40+ Olympic gold medals and Tiger Woods on Building your champion mindset and your pathway to your potential with the Olympic champion maker Leah Amico, Triple US Olympic Team Gold Medallist on How to build a GOLD standard, boosting confidence and empathetic teamwork Ben Darwin, Co-Founder and Director of GAIN LINE on Cohesion analytics, understanding versus skill, and sacking staff too soon Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
“Sometimes you've got to save them from themselves and have some really honest, heart-to-heart conversations about their role.”   Chief, in today’s minisode and YouTube video, I’m going to cover a little problem that has come up repeatedly over the last few years and that is right person, wrong role. This is when you have a great employee in your stables, but they’re not performing to the standards required of the role. But this is not always what it seems; often this is due to the role not being a good fit for their skill set or experience. This can have all sorts of implications on the business, so you need to make some bold calls and have some difficult conversations, but always with respect.   🎧👉 chiefmaker.com/327 👂 DOWNLOAD THE CHIEF MAKER GUIDE FOR SENIOR LEADERS ON HOW TO HAVE DIFFICULT PERFORMANCE CONVERSATIONS: chiefmaker.com/difficult   So today, Chief, we’re going to talk about: ✅  The 5 scenarios where job fit becomes an issue and why these are occuring, and ✅  What you can do as a leader about ensuring you give your employee hope that they can perform and contribute to the organisation.   Deal hope, Greg   Follow Chief Maker 📝 Subscribe to the Finish Strong monthly newsletter and podcast drops 👍 Follow Chief Maker on LinkedIn 📈 Join the waitlist for the Chief Maker MiniMBA 🎓 Take one of the Chief Maker Academy courses 🍏 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts 🎵 Give The Inner Chief podcast a 5-star rating on Spotify 🎬 Subscribe to the Chief Maker YouTube channel 🤝 Connect with the Chief Maker
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Karen Moloney

Really interesting story behind the man who has given money hope to so many.

Jul 19th
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