Business professionals have come to appreciate the value and relevance of good storytelling. But are there certain stories that organizational leaders in particular should be sharing? Host Jim Karrh welcomes Paul Smith, author of The 10 Stories Great Leaders Tell, for a conversation about why "every great leader is a great storyteller."
If you are an organizational leader, then by default you're a message leader as well. Your effectiveness in communication and coaching will help everyone do their best work. Host Jim Karrh talks with executive coach, consultant, and facilitator Liz Kislik for insights and tips.
Host Jim Karrh welcomes Anne Sugar, an executive coach, speaker, and frequent contributor to Inc. magazine and Harvard Business Review. Anne offers her insights into the communication and message-leadership skills that are necessary in today's business environment.
Tom Schwab, founder and CEO of Interview Valet, speaks with host Jim Karrh about strategies for being a "professional object of interest" through podcast guest marketing.
The traditional divide between sales and marketing is becoming more and more costly. Author and consultant Jeff Davis joins host Jim Karrh to talk about practical ideas for bringing those two sides of the house together.
Author and executive consultant Constance Dierickx joins host Jim Karrh to discuss the right messages and mindset for success in mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures.
Prof. Christine Moorman of Duke University's Fuqua School of Business is also the founder and Director of The CMO Survey. She shares with host Jim Karrh the key beliefs and priorities of marketing leaders across the US.
Today's crowded, noisy business environment tends to require a "playbook" approach to building a consistently effective message. In this solo episode, host Jim Karrh draws upon his experience to offer you specific recommendations for building your playbook.