In this episode of InProcess Podcast, Trusted Counsel interviews Rhett Power, the author of “The Entrepreneur’s Book of Actions” and co-founder of Wild Creations, an award-winning startup toy company. According to Power, we are operating in a society defined by instant gratification (think status updates on social media and quick online ordering). We expect immediate results in our daily life, yet find ourselves surprised when quick fixes in the workplace fail to produce lasting change. Power makes the compelling case that success in todays increasingly competitive business environment requires far more than the typical “10 easy steps.” During the course of our interview with Power, he strongly encourages entrepreneurs and leaders to take action daily to break old habits, think in new ways, and to develop a successful new mindset with strategic thinking.
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Do you work in a forward thinking organization when there are times you can’t quantify the ROI of your womens’ leadership initiatives? Or perhaps you don’t have enough next generation women leaders coming up through the ranks. You recognize the amazing talent of women in the workplace, but you’re not really sure how to leverage those talents and strengths. Consider taking the time to create a plan to track, retain and engage women in your organization.
In this episode of InProcess Podcast, we talk to Robbin Jorgensen, founder and CEO of Women Igniting Change.™ Women Igniting Change is a global movement of courageous women who are ready to ignite change in their organizations, their governments, our economies and ultimately our society. Robbin discusses her organization, common road blocks that women often face in the work force when ascending the corporate ladder, her executive coaching program, and what you can do today to ignite change in your organization.
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