Bob is pleased to welcome his son Robert to the program! Bob and Robert talk a bit about what it's like for a Millennial to emerge from college and hit the job market today.
Bob sits down with his Dad, Bob Nolley Jr., live from Surf City to talk about the path of his career through the corporate world path and what he learned that he wants to share with those walking the path today.
The discussion of communication continues with the topic of listening in the 21st century. There are tactics we need to consider writing and emailing in the current day. The foremost of these is to seek brevity, but this runs counter to the idea that you would take more time in an effort to be clear.
Having covered the problems with stress in the office, Bob and Alex talk abut the toxic behavior that some people bring to the workplace. Alex suggests that we need strategies to not let them effect your motivation and to go to work happy.
Alex takes the opportunity to introduce us to her Dad Sylvio Mossa to celebrate Fathers Day! For listeners who want to get to know our cohost a little bit better, listen to Alex and her Dad talk reminisce about life in Greensboro, NC, and what it took to successfully start and build Mossa Construction.
Bob discusses the results of a new study from McKinsey & Company on the behaviors that different the big companies that are successful in the major transformations and those that are not. The details can be over whelming, but they boil down to a few general strategies that we have talked about before.
A big event in the form of a simulcast with Thom Singer of The Conference Catalyst and Cool Thing Entrepreneurs Do. Bob and Thom met through working in a couple of mastermind groups. Labrador Leadership and Cool Thing Entrepreneurs Do are both broadcasting this episode today.
As the HBO series “Game of Thrones” wraps up its most recent season this past weekend, there is a lot being written about leadership lessons that can be learned from these tales. Bob and Alex raise their eyebrows at that contention but then enjoy a welcome “entertainment break” to talk about just how this popular tale may apply.
Bob talks about the concept of Servant Leadership and what the traits of good servant leaders are. He points out that many of these traits are among those considered important for all types of leaders, and how servant leadership can create the relationships that a great leader needs to foster.
Kate Erickson of Entrepreneur on Fire talks with Bob about her leadership journey from college life to retail banking to running one of the most successful online communities with the Future Nation and Entrepreneur On Fire.