Crafting Vision and Shifting Culture for Success

Today’s episode is with the “Vision Warrior” Jesse Lyn Stoner, co-author with Ken Blanchard of Full Steam Ahead. Hers is one of my all-time favorite business books, an absolute must-read for any leader. Here are just a few tidbits from our talk: “With the advent of the Internet, with the knowledge economy, the idea that […] Read moreRead More»

Two Key Tips for Your #SocialMedia Strategy

  Companies of all descriptions are making the one of two completely avoidable mistakes with their social media efforts. Either things are going great, so they say, “Let’s do more of that!” or… Things are not going great at all, in which case the natural response is to say, “We have to fix this now! […] Read moreRead More»

The Evolution of Social Innovation

Today’s guest is Michael Brenner, the VP of Content Marketing Strategy at SAP. A lot of ExchangeGain’s material is syndicated by the Business Innovation blog, which Michael and his team established a while back to provide value to potential customers and, when they’re ready, to make them actual customers. Says Michael, “We put […] Read moreRead More»

Getting Recognition Right Pays Off

Roy Saunderson, the Chief Learning Officer of Rideau’s Recognition Management Institute, is famous as the “Get Recognition Right Guy” – and today we’re lucky enough to have him on ExchangeGain TV! Think you can’t measure recognition done right? “Those managers who were coached on recognition? Their employees’ productivity improved measurably.” So you can […] Read moreRead More»

Solution Focus – What IS Working

Today’s guest is our own Leaguer Alan Kay, a self-described fully-recovered general manager from the advertising business whose consulting and two books are all about solution focus. Solution focus? That name alone should intrigue you as it did me when we first met several years ago. Early in Alan’s career, he was an ad pro […] Read moreRead More»

Building Your Tribe of Influence

“The term starving artist needs to disappear from the English lexicon. It’s time!” – Dino Dogan Join me in a fascinating, rollicking talk with a CEO who truly gets The Human Side of Business. Dino Dogan is the co-founder and CEO of Triberr, a social network for bloggers and a phenomenal way for we in the […] Read moreRead More»

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