Episode 18: Douglas Burdett: Lessons from 200 Marketing Books

January 14, 2019

Want to catch up on your marketing and sales reading list? Douglas Burdett, head of a marketing agency and host of The Marketing Book Podcast, shares the practical lessons from 200 top books he has read and whose authors he has interviewed.


Episode 17: Patti DeNucci: Networking with Intention

January 7, 2019

Many professionals view networking as a "need-to" competence -- but certainly not a "want-to." Patti DeNucci, author of The Intentional Networker, shares ways that anyone can network better (and not just more) to build rewarding relationships.


Episode 16: Jim Goes Solo: Mangled Messages and How to Avoid Them

December 31, 2018

In this solo episode, host Jim Karrh talks about "mangled messages" that can damage an organization, the five main ways they occur, and how to avoid them.


Episode 15: Maestro Roger Nierenberg: Leading Your Own Orchestra

December 17, 2018

Leading a team or organization can feel as if you're an orchestra conductor. Is everyone performing in harmony? Roger Nierenberg is an accomplished orchestra conductor and author who has created "The Music Paradigm," an interesting leadership experience used by organizations in more than 20 countries.


Episode 14: Tim Pollard: The Architecture of Exceptional Presentations

December 10, 2018

Most leaders believe they have very good products and services--but mediocre messaging. Tim Pollard, CEO of Oratium, says the way to close that gap isn't through speaker tactics but rather through the right message architecture.


Episode 13: Jesse Cole: Putting Fans First

December 3, 2018

Jesse Cole has become a national sensation--the "Man in the Yellow Tux" who has led a summer college-league baseball team called the Savannah Bananas to sold-out games and a waiting list of thousands. Jesse shares ways that any business can grow quickly by standing out and putting "Fans First."


Episode 12: Scott Eblin: Leading at the Next Level

November 26, 2018

How can you transition from being a "go-to" person--a professional good at one thing--to someone who builds teams of go-to people? Scott Eblin built a leadership development practice, and wrote the bestselling book The Next Level, to address that question. Scott shares his key imperatives for engaging colleagues and leading your team's message.


Episode 11: Ron Carucci: Why Leaders Succeed or Fail

November 19, 2018

Why do half of leaders fail within 18 months of their appointment--and what are the capabilities that set the other, more successful half apart? Best-selling author and consultant Ron Carucci tackles the challenges of leadership and how to re-design for growth.

For full show notes and to learn more, visit: https://jimkarrh.com/podcast/


Episode 10: Anthony Iannarino: Eat Your Competitor’s Lunch

November 12, 2018

One of the "rock stars" of sales and marketing, Anthony Iannarino talks to us about productivity, displacing competitors, and the mindset necessary to build a sales-driven organization.


Episode 9: Michael Melcher: Becoming a Better Leader

November 5, 2018

As we near the end of another year, many leaders are wondering: How can I be a better coach? Am I setting the right priorities for myself and everyone who depends upon me? Michael Melcher, one of America's leading executive coaches, talks about setting goals, managing our egos, listening actively, showing the right tone, and having the greatest possible impact.

For full show notes and to learn more, visit: https://jimkarrh.com/podcast/