How To Build A Resilient Organization With Sandy Asch Answers From Leadership Podcast Episode 014

Our leadership expert guest for today’s episode of the Answers From Leadership podcast is Sandy Asch.

Sandy is an internationally recognized speaker and author of Excellence at Work: The Six Keys to Inspire Passion in the Workplace. She recently co-authored Roar: HOW TO BUILD A RESILIENT ORGANIZATION THE WORLD-FAMOUS SAN DIEGO ZOO WAY with Tim Mulligan. Asch partners with companies globally to create workplaces that are passionate, focused, healthier and resilient.

Learn how to create a resilient organization

 

What else do you want listeners to know about you?

I am passionate about leadership. Leadership is underrated and I’m excited to talk about that with you. I have a son who’s going into his junior year at Haas Business School at UC Berkeley. He’s a true natural (but I’m not biased).

And a really important thing you should know, I’m a huge fan of Shark Tank.

How To Get Effective Leadership Feedback With Dr. Natasha Ganem – Podcast Episode 008

On today’s show, I have Dr. Natasha Ganem. Dr. Ganem is a business consultant, group trainer, and keynote speaker specializing in leadership development. She is the founder and director of Lion Leadership and writer for the ROAR blog, where readers gain perspective on themselves, their organizations, and how to reach their potential at work.

How To Get Effective Leadership Feedback With Dr. Natasha Ganem

Show Notes:

What else do you want listeners to know about you?

Founder and director of Lion Leadership
Lecturer at University of Georgia
A mom

Why is leadership important to you?

She is very interested in it academically
The ways organizations function and the ways people operate within that group fascinates her
It’s interesting the way one person can bring people together and have them work cohesively, especially given their varying personalities

What has your leadership journey looked like?

How To Start Next Now

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Bob Pritchett. Bob co-founded Faithlife Corporation (formerly Logos Bible Software) at 19 years old. In just 24 years, he’s landed on Glassdoor.com’s Top-25 CEOs list, won the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award, and led the company to a Top-10 Best Employer on Glassdoor.com. The life and career advice he doles out in Start Next Now is the sage wisdom he shares with employees, interns, and his own college-age children.

Here’s what he has to say on how to Start Next Now.

PS: Read to the end to find out how you can win a copy of his book Start Next Now.

Start Next Now Bob Pritchett

How To Start Next Now

1. Why do you think people aren’t living the lives they want? What’s holding them back?

Fear.

How To Be A Writer: An Interview With Jeff Goins

I recently had the opportunity to sit down and chat with a friend that I’ve followed in the blogging world for quite some time. That friend is Jeff Goins of GoinsWriter.

He’s been an inspiration as I’ve watched him grow his audience to over 100,000 people. His journey has been amazing.

My interview with Jeff Goins

Today, I want to share with you the video of our interview and a transcript of what we talked about.

After you’re done viewing the video, I think you’ll have a new vision of what being a writer really is.

 

Jeff Goins Interview

Q1: Hey Jeff, can you tell us a little bit about yourself?

Jeff Goins: I am a writer who helps other writers. That’s probably the simplest definition of what I do. I write books and teach online courses helping other writers and creatives use online marketing to succeed.

Embrace The Leadership Pain: Sam Chand Interview

So many people run from their pain, even in leadership.

We don’t like feeling pain. We think pain sucks (and it can). We want to get as far away from pain as possible.

But former pastor Sam Chand has a different take on pain. He believes that we need to embrace pain rather than push it away.

interview with Sam Chand

Sam Chand recently released his book, Leadership Pain: The Classroom For Growth, where he talks in depth about the issues of pain in leadership and what we should do with the pain. His thoughts are eye-opening.

With the release of his new book, I was able to secure an interview with Sam Chand.

Sam Chand Interview

During our time together, Sam and I discuss:

What Sam has done in his career and where he has lived (And, at one point, he lived just a few hours from me).