19 Burst results for "Executive Mba"

"executive mba" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

04:02 min | 3 months ago

"executive mba" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"He don't need to say too much when it comes to politics in voting. It's all about the fans we're the ones that gave him his brand and his shoes so if he's gonna hate on the fans giving their you know who they think is a best fan. I don't know why you would argue with that. Espn executive mba executives. It wasn't fans it was an nba executives are nba executives. -secutive either. They got a few fans. You can't be if even if you are sports you know executives you know. They're just talking about the ability. I don't think that they thanks for the call. They have any bias against lebron lebron's have been been a big star for almost two decades in the league and has made a lot of people. A lot of money is no reason why people don't like him. I'm not buying that. At all chris and california what you got buddy. You're on the a couple. Good afternoon around man. You guys you know. It's like skip bayless and things going with the brian. Man you gotta get a boy cutting props more black meaning. There's more millionaires than talking.

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"executive mba" Discussed on Real Wealth Real Health

Real Wealth Real Health

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"executive mba" Discussed on Real Wealth Real Health

"So this is where networking and everything you know goes around. So. It's been very successful. We B. C. O. is this year have sixty teams over three hundred students fifty one percent raise money in launch. We've had a couple of big wins where they've raised over one, hundred million. But most of them are lifestyle businesses where they raised five, hundred, thousand, two or three million, and it's just been really great and a lot of fun I love what I do. I'm making a difference in this is. It's just been phenomenal so based. On the success there, they had asked me to take over the Applied Management Research Master Thesis Program. For the full-time students and then on July tenth of this year, they asked me to take over the global access program for the fully employed MBA as and the strategic management research program for the Executive Mba. And something called US practicum with the National University of Singapore and UCLA. So I have a really big job. It's one of the reasons I stepped away from originate, but I'm running the largest program at Ucla Anderson. This little boy from while I'm a big boy sung I'm over six feet tall but you know I'm running the master. They hate when I say this, I'm running to master thesis program and I don't have a masters. But I have a lot of practical experience so That sort of my journey I. I'm I'm very fortunate. Left a lot of stuff out but it just luck and timing working hard you look I'm not the smartest guy in the world but I, I do work hard one of my students was. FARC. FARC is your partner. Then he he asked me and I have to be careful I really don't invest I've only invested in three of all these years only three UCLA students companies I put a small amount of money into one of your investments that did well by the way. Thank you very much. Plug for them everybody and and be, but I don't invest very often because I you know, can you imagine I have sixty teams this year they're all gonna ask me to invest so and and I I probably won't do a lot more venture investing. At this point I'm being a conservative CPA. I'm probably very aggressive when it comes to investing and so you know. I've only invested in one of your deals. I may or may not invest in others because of my age I don't know what new investments I wanNA make but. I know you WANNA get into investment strategy and stuff at some point. But that's my story. I'm very happy to be at Ucla Anderson. I hope to make a difference there. It's my way of giving back by opening my network up to the students which I have done. And no one helped me when I started when I got married at a young age actually my parents that you're on your own don't think you should get married back then they had to sign for me. To be twenty one and so. I think I pushed myself partially because. They said it wouldn't succeed. Now I did get a divorce I left that out. A good comes out of bed and I can walk I'm fully recovered. I left that out I, recovered I. I have a very bad back and I've had several surgeries but. This is a mellow me believe it or not. So one of the lessons and I tell the students look I did not have a balanced life. I'm actually closer to my children yesterday yesterday was my daughter's forty ninth birthday if you can believe that. And I have four to me five grandchildren. From. Sixteen months up to sixteen years and you know I'm closer to the grandchildren that I was to my own children and that's a bad thing. Right and that's a sad thing. Because I was. Working, Packard Bell is they were growing up and up by the way left on the outside also had eight million frequent flyer miles. Because I was running every two weeks around the world to Japan with any sandy more money than to France the Groupul in that all the suppliers. So I was almost George Clooney if I would hit ten million, I would have got a black card from American Airlines, but I have a platinum for life. Is Even. Get Your own private jet if you. Many it gives you. If you hit ten million miles on an airline, you get a black card, which means you could first-class everywhere for coach. Okay. With a platinum, you get upgrades if a first past seat. So it's come in Handy Oh and by the way in the divorce, my ex wife got four million miles half of. Wanted Miles. Look we we had nothing when we got started. So we split everything fifty fifty down the middle but good comes out of bad. I've been with Marlene my fiance's of twenty years. He won't marry me cause I'M A nut. But we're again I'm I'm very fortunate and you know. been around awhile this whole thing with covert is very disturbing. The whole thing with the protests protests are fine. The violence is. Disturbing and I won't get into politics even though I did touch religion I. Think there's a really critical time and I it's hard for me to believe. I don't know if you've even today the market's way up again I don't understand this with. The way it is and everything, but I like it because I'm heavily invested. And I I just think it's in bad times in times of crisis. Is Good Times. A lot of people make a lot of money. And another plug for you and others real. Estate Real. Estate Safe. Investment..

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"executive mba" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

#hottakeoftheday

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"executive mba" Discussed on #hottakeoftheday

"And so we have a lot. I'm going to do my best to stay within the hour and be respectful people times Let's start with first slide in and just get guy get asked a lot especially as as our industries going through transformative change, and that people are leaving the industry and layoffs recurring. Get a lot of notes saying. Go back to school and get an MBA. And I understand the driver totally and so for each person I wanna say depends on the answer. You're always gonNA. Learn in business. School is the answer's always it depends, but for me. The the biggest takeaways that I had from the MBA program. Were that number one? It's a tour of the library and we're going to do a quick tour together in the library, and I'm GonNa show you some of the resources in some. Some of the topics and some of the things that really were impactful for me on my career, I was very blessed at ended Arco answered I- NBA. I didn't executive MBA through Queens University Canada, an Cornell University which by APP MBA's did that while I was working while living in Calgary commuting to Denver and I did work all week school all day Saturday in about seven hours by family on Sunday, which is lie books. Strives Journey of. When I prioritize my career and prioritized by NBA prioritize everything. That wasn't family what happened in February first thousands all in the next eighteen months for me. Lot of the resources that you were going to talk about today out air. So if you curiosity for learning, you can cover a lot of the NBA material on your own, and so in the second question. What about the accreditation is it important? Yes, it can be say. Do It fulltime MBA verse the part. Time Mba or your on campus? You're building relationships with seventy or eighty people that are in a different industry in that work in different cities, and that are now your contacts for maybe pivoting, so you might meet a retail senior VP who happens to work for so and so and meeting them any time with 'em. which is what we're going to talk about on the team. Building is really important. Executive. Mba just for accreditation. When things like this reading books reading probably the Best Oakland Amazon Right Air just getting the best Best.

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Does Size Matter When It Comes To Health

Diet Starts Tomorrow

05:06 min | 1 year ago

Does Size Matter When It Comes To Health

"Dr Stanford is an obesity medicine, physician, scientists, educator and policymaker at Massachusetts General. Hospital and Harvard Medical School. She also lectures at Brown and Teaches Med students at Harvard. Hello, and welcome well. Thanks for having me. It's an absolute delight to be here today with both of you. We're just we're the most accomplished person ever had this podcast like I cannot even begins. Batum were all you have. You guys are the best and this is. This is what I need to me through the rest of the day as I conquer the world. Yeah! We're honored that you made have the time the time to come talk to us just a little, so thank you so much. Did I get all of that right? You did I I. Guess What I can do is explain it to people because people are kind of like is all of that absolutely so? I'm obviously a mathematician, so the MD is the easiest part I think to understand on my completed my masters in public health nineteen years ago, so it shows you that I'm older than I appear. And that was in health policy management. My masters impose ministration was from the Harvard. Kennedy School, government and government. Currently working on my MBA executive MBA, so that hasn't quite made it to the end of my name, but I may lead US next year. Let me tell you guys. We'll have more to talk about. The the all the that you see after not team for fifteen, but it is nice that it goes with that, so those are all fellowships, so my fellow of the ANC, which is the American Academy pediatrics I'm a fellow of American College of Positions. American college positions represents all Physicians for adult so internal medicine, a fellow of the American Heart Association so basically. I'm looking at cardio metabolic health and being the fellow in the American Heart Association what represents that and then a fellow in the obesity society. Society which is the F. Toss? So you know these fellowships come you know after having accomplished in those different on areas domain, so I see children I see adults I work in this kind of Cardio Metabolic, health space obviously as obesity medicine physician I work in that space, so it really is a combination of kind of who I am, and just looking at Vegas, the letters that come after my name really talks to the work that I really care about and working with my patients patients across the wall. That's amazing. Wow -gratulations. What inspired you study obesity. One of the things that I was always very concerned about as a black one in a black woman who was born and raised in Atlanta Julie obviously in Boston is that's where mastermind Harvard are? I'm I was really. Perplexed I think is the word I WANNA. Use about the disproportionate impact obesity on communities of color particularly I'm the black community. That was what really brought me to this work, so if you go back twenty years ago, I think you've as you're in your twenties for twenty years ago. When I was doing my m H, you're not okay. Across. Our loved anyways Oh! That's Cute I. Love it still have you guys by? Decades! but one of the things I was really interested in seeing was like. I felt like there was a lot that we weren't doing to understand why. Obesity obesity disproportionately impacted certain groups and the groups that are more likely to kind of tackle these issues or the people that are representative, so those scripts so as a black woman and the group that is most disproportionately impacted by obesity I felt compelled to really approach and tackle this headline, so the projects that I was doing back at emory school of Public Health, back in ninety nine two thousand etc, We're looking at specifically obesity in the black community one project I was doing was. Was Looking at obesity in the Black Church community was looking at obesity among African, American, adolescent girls and one was looking at obesity within those that are law resources within the wick programs. It'll women's and children's for Ram, and how could we fix their Their plight in terms of recognizing that we can in some ways with the limited resources that they may have available to enhance their role house. So this was something that was kind of lingering. I didn't anticipate that I would choose obese medicine. 'cause that was not a field when I was twenty years ago. It really was not a field. There was no board certification in obesity medicine. The first Brit sort of patients directly. No Be Madison didn't start until two thousand well, which was well after I finished medical school, but I can tell you I was on. Call in the pediatric ICU when I was in residency and I as internal medicine pediatrics and I literally just googled obesity in medicine at about two thirty in the morning after I just intimated three kids in the ICU in a new. I was going to sleep at nights. I figured I'd just need to keep myself busy. And, the fellowship here at Mass General at Harvard popped up and I was like. What is this? You know I I really interested in obesity. I had no idea there was a fellowship, indeed the first ship and so I came and I spent three years. Doing a fellowship dedicated to understanding the disease of obesity.

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"executive mba" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"executive mba" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

"Definitely. Yes I. Did a an executive of Global Executive Mba with Sydney University and it was such a good program. You know it was every four or five months ago I for two weeks. We did two modules in Australia. Yeah, one working with agricultural on looking with leadership and then we. Two weeks in India studying at University in India and Bangalore and trying to set up a self sustainable social, and across that was that was gripes. module after that. With all the tech foams either in the US and UCLA but. Even had the opportunity to go to the day school at Stanford, which was an amazing place. Now. Santa Law an amazing experience not yet. You picked up an awful lot from that. But you'll love. Hey, you've. You've sort of just adopted that Laughlin learning from E. W P tickets to the NBA all built by. On an interesting tonight you mentioned that sort of Paulsen drive and in you know it's only something that all of experience, but a Lotta people that off Mitt, and talked to that are super successful CEOS of big big six companies. It's corn of to to normal join Emmett, but why is connor drugs you to get bitter and constantly improve because it s you. You tune debt to puzzle because virtue of having their imposter. I'm trying to find a way to fill that void that gap, but inadvertently probably pushes you beyond what you would have been ordinarily. It's sort of like you never become complacent because you always feel off, gotta keep acquiring skills knowledge to troy beat this impostor syndrome, so it does have some benefits. Yeah, I'd. Definitely say that I remember when I started the graduate diploma. You know sitting there as a tradesman you know and almost feeling a little bit anxious, and then the you know the first session we did I talked about how you know. At the end of this an economic prize and side of set myself targets getting young dumb. Yeah, it was. It was quite fortunate at the end of it to the Bruce. He's concerns pros for the for the JP. It's awesome night. was very good at saving as well so I'm not sure he can do much better. So. A little bit more just around. In pastas in drive and that you know. It was seamless situation at Sydney Uni. y'All work in the in the morning industry, so we don't have a lot of diverse personalities in the. You're the. J. Oriented I saw the difference between the people you made are introverted or extroverted and alcohol. Sydney Union such fantastic. You know all those expires to to people just think on a totally different level, totally dawn namic People who were just? Computers in the way that I think yeah, entrepeneurs government representatives, and it was interesting, saying you know the the challenges, the dealing with their work environments, but also the thought processes to to the. It and I think that's been a real help for me as on from more ice to to a corporate role so to understanding. The dynamics and the diversity in thinking which is something that in the current environment of diversity which is fantastic with changing our industry for the better we should also I can see the diversity of thinking. He also fantastic. Thank you tend to get group. Thank within organizations, but industries haven't met sort of cross pollination diversity visiting you cohort. Allows you to contemplate different ways of solving problems will thinking that things, which is great, and maybe on shu-ming that you perhaps learn as much from the formal program as you did from some of the conversations with your peers, around that that certainly main more experience with some of the learning of dumb, but I think the other thing is when you're ran. Lock mortar driven ambitious. Inquisitive people just the energy that you get from Bain round those paypal. There's not only just the knowledge benefits. I think it's just energizing. Spin spinning ran out. People that just want to get better and I've minded to learning from otherwise. I'll the people in other ways of doing things. Sands. A mess of impact on your which gripes I I wanted to sort of guide to another cross section and you Korea obviously s with two untouched on You come up through this maintenance vehicle. And not many people do it, but there's a few that do. You don't Kasim I think creamy from wrong. In two thousand fifteen to go over to the operational sort of an old managing the water operations, not just that vertical of maintenance. What were you motives intact that jump and headed you sort of never got that. Two Thousand and fifteen is when also sought senior executive at kindly downs and operations manager those few things that sort of led up to that, and some of that's pre Yankel, so who were the previous employer spent twelve months as a business improvement manager across the group, and and those sort of hiding at that time to make a transition to production with it in court work out that way from from that role, so that was sort of the put the toe in the water. There wasn't many might mismanages around running thoughts, and that was really one of my goals that wanted to achieve mock career and you know within Yankel, a maintenance manager for a lot of our operations at different times in different parts of transitions and turnarounds, and and it was really AL chief operating officer had faith in May to. That could achieve the role and. Willing to take risks on me and A lot to think of A. Bit of combination of you'll dissolve plus those are on saying within you that you hit the cat building potential to go down that path and. CEO Poll Stringer has been a great mentor to me through this process and. Showing a lot of faith and A lot to think over water that faith Now no doubt and I'll think. One of the roles leadership is as as enough to spot and back potential Sam Szadkowski. You've done that with a lot of people that you would with. Booze down that with you. Which is obviously? PAY DIVIDENDS FOR BOTH HERE IN DANCE I. Might be just sort of taken a bit of a different direction with the questioning, but you know as you look back was sort of touched on the fact they've done sin. Building blocks to get to where you want to die. In the and beyond what we've touched on already that you really credit for Hey, you've been successful in pushing your create where it is today because on a humbleness. You've heist. You know the majority of you pay a group. That you sort of probably three apprenticeship and whatnot worth so what's been sort of critical pivotal within that Filatov talked about? I think it's adaptability. I think that is. That is one of my favorite things are talking about is around. Charles, Darwin and what he was most famous for. People think it's survival of the fittest where it actually wasn't what he was actually saying is it's the species that's the quickest to adapt is what survived? So that's that's in your all and you know all. I. Have the belief never backing opportunity. Remember, coming home to my wife and I we just married I remember coming home from work and said..

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"executive mba" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"executive mba" Discussed on WJR 760

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"executive mba" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"executive mba" Discussed on WJR 760

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"executive mba" Discussed on Enterprise NOW! Podcast

Enterprise NOW! Podcast

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"executive mba" Discussed on Enterprise NOW! Podcast

"Replace them employees or how we deliver on our competitive advantages and it a huge difference in how we think about a business guy. That was really good but by. Oh yeah when I mean is I need to give me A. Oh Yeah Oh yeah nice there we go. First of all my. Oh Yeah Oh yeah first of all let me say thank you for taking the time out to talk with us. I know before we hit record. You have a ton of things to do today. So thank you for taking some time out to share with US more than glad to do so. Glad to have the opportunity. Second thing I'd like to do is to ask you to tell us about yourself. Now when I say fill free to go all the way back to where it all started or you just start more. Current Day tells about yourself. Yeah well I'll skip all the parts. That are are too impressive or embarrassed me along the way I worked in industry for about twelve years after graduation from my Undergrad most of that emerging acquisition work decided to go back and get a PhD and then for the next sixteen years. I was a classic professor of the I was exactly what you think of. In terms of academic I held an endowed share. I was tenured full professor and then I decided that I really wanted to have more of an impact on business to be honest. I felt like I really enjoyed the teaching aspect of academia. But it wasn't didn't feel like I was making as much of an impact on business practices. I could so I left. Full-time academia gave up tenure. Much Chagrin of my friends and started a consulting company which that's been going on for just over seven years now doing strategy designed Strategy Implementation Consulting and then I still teach so. I do adjunct teaching at Duke University at the Fuego School Business and at the University of Notre Dame at Mendoza. When we fly up there was only fifteen minutes down the road from where I live. So I still teach in the executive MBA an MBA programs. A bit probably do. The rest of my time is spent Writing 'cause I've got As you mentioned several I've got seven books out. So that's sort of my quick history. Nice so you mentioned you wanted to make a bigger impact and I want to dive into a little bit more later but for now. I want to backtrack a little bit and learn a little bit more about you. What's your favorite thing to do? You're going to take a nerd but I think my favorite thing to do is sit quietly and write. I think a lot of people don't enjoy it. I just really do data so sitting quietly in writing. Is that hard for you to do? I know myself with the family and the kids. Sometimes that's a little difficult to do. How do you find the time in the space to do that? Well I'm very fortunate situation or time in my life an empty nester and so the only disruptions really occur if the grand kids come over. We've got lots of rooms. My wife works at home a lot of times as well. We just kind of quietly work during the day and then I don't really find it a problem at all but now I do two to three cups of coffee in the morning and get to that point but usually it gets going. Get it now. This question is sometimes throws people off but I love to ask it because of the variety of answers that I get you can meet anyone in the world. Who WOULD IT BE? And what would you say to them? So I actually have this response to several folks who have something similar not exactly what you put it but it would probably be honestly the Dalai Lama and I really liked to understand how you attain inner apiece. Because seems like things my brain's always going things are always happening inside so I probably would. I would probably do that and I would consider that to be a one of those life. Check marks if I could do it. So what would enter peace? Get you why interface. Yeah I think it would just quiet every if I could quiet everything down. Not only could I do a whole lot more but I think I would do better with my kids. My grandkids to students. I teach back in the day. I'll do a quick for you back in the day. I was labeled hyperactive. Nowadays they probably would have called it. Adhd and so. It's the sort of constant stuff going on. Keeps me constantly going kidding? It has a pro and con and one of those sort of constant inside stuff happening. Which would be fine not Not to always have to deal with now. If you had to give one thing you do to overcome challenges. What would that be yeah? It's writing it all down so I run into for me again. Not Everybody does I like paper and a pen but if I can get it all written down what the issue is and that gives me a chance to sort of map out how all solve it and I'm sort of a picture guy. I have no artistic talent whatsoever but I draw pictures all the time about how I'm going to accomplish something and it usually helps me get around problems that I had struggle figuring out in my head top two keys to success. There's a tough one. I guess I'm only going to have to say it for me. Number one is to never stop believing that you can accomplish. Whatever it is you want to accomplish. Just my take a whole lot longer than you think it's going to take and I think the second one is one. I've gone back to even back into my high school. Days is always felt like I was not the smartest guy in the class. More of the smartest person in the room. But I'M GONNA I'll persevere just about every buddy so I think it's Focused down work hard kind of approach to accomplishing some really good point. I think that's a great life lesson as well. Perseverance is key it really is you make it. It's amazing what can be done by the willing to just keep pushing at it so we've learned a little bit about you. What makes you take? And I'd like to revisit the impact statement that you made before wanting to have a greater impact. I'm assuming and that's a really dangerous thing that you started your company because he wanted to make a greater impact so talk a little bit about that and what your company does indeed so colonel hearkens back just a little bit. When I was in I was constantly surprised to find out that research had already debunked a lot of the stuff that we were doing and business or had come up with better techniques. I was always like. Why don't we know about this stuff? So when I got into academia I realized this is it's so much of this is known. There's so many things that we already know how to how to do. Why isn't this getting out unless I was teaching? My classes. Undergrads are great but unfortunately it's going to be twenty years before they can put into practice the strategy stuff that I'm trying to teach him in quincy unfortunately by then it's somewhat changed. I mean changes fairly regularly so really wanted to be able to get more direct impact a love Executive Mba. 'cause they're normally all out there in business they're fairly experienced. They need to use the stuff right away and MBA's who can get into this quickly can do the exact same thing but my business is really focused about doing it directly for companies. So I like to get into these companies. Get into opposition. We worked with over one hundred twenty in the last seven years. Get into these organizations and really help them figure out what separates them the minds of customers such that customers will go pass their competitors and come to them and get past these face validity kind of things as I mentioned. Sorry in my inappropriate. Oh yeah that employees are not our competitive advantage but how we deliver on them but to get to elements that really make a difference really implement strategy and quantum just changed the game for these companies. The sales soared the EBA sores. I mean it's just it's been a remarkable run. That's been a lot of fun. Talk a little bit about. I'm reading here. Persistent myths businesses mistakenly apply to Stanzi. Was that all about. Yeah so I think that I actually could have written entire book on strategy myths. But after a while you just kind of get to the point where Oh yeah well he no. That's right let's move on. What would actually work? So we have all these miss out there that are unfortunately perpetuated by an awful.

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You Are Doing Everything Wrong with Chuck Bamford

Enterprise NOW! Podcast

07:42 min | 1 year ago

You Are Doing Everything Wrong with Chuck Bamford

"First of all let me say thank you for taking the time out to talk with us. I know before we hit record. You have a ton of things to do today. So thank you for taking some time out to share with US more than glad to do so. Glad to have the opportunity. Second thing I'd like to do is to ask you to tell us about yourself. Now when I say fill free to go all the way back to where it all started or you just start more. Current Day tells about yourself. Yeah well I'll skip all the parts. That are are too impressive or embarrassed me along the way I worked in industry for about twelve years after graduation from my Undergrad most of that emerging acquisition work decided to go back and get a PhD and then for the next sixteen years. I was a classic professor of the I was exactly what you think of. In terms of academic I held an endowed share. I was tenured full professor and then I decided that I really wanted to have more of an impact on business to be honest. I felt like I really enjoyed the teaching aspect of academia. But it wasn't didn't feel like I was making as much of an impact on business practices. I could so I left. Full-time academia gave up tenure. Much Chagrin of my friends and started a consulting company which that's been going on for just over seven years now doing strategy designed Strategy Implementation Consulting and then I still teach so. I do adjunct teaching at Duke University at the Fuego School Business and at the University of Notre Dame at Mendoza. When we fly up there was only fifteen minutes down the road from where I live. So I still teach in the executive MBA an MBA programs. A bit probably do. The rest of my time is spent Writing 'cause I've got As you mentioned several I've got seven books out. So that's sort of my quick history. Nice so you mentioned you wanted to make a bigger impact and I want to dive into a little bit more later but for now. I want to backtrack a little bit and learn a little bit more about you. What's your favorite thing to do? You're going to take a nerd but I think my favorite thing to do is sit quietly and write. I think a lot of people don't enjoy it. I just really do data so sitting quietly in writing. Is that hard for you to do? I know myself with the family and the kids. Sometimes that's a little difficult to do. How do you find the time in the space to do that? Well I'm very fortunate situation or time in my life an empty nester and so the only disruptions really occur if the grand kids come over. We've got lots of rooms. My wife works at home a lot of times as well. We just kind of quietly work during the day and then I don't really find it a problem at all but now I do two to three cups of coffee in the morning and get to that point but usually it gets going. Get it now. This question is sometimes throws people off but I love to ask it because of the variety of answers that I get you can meet anyone in the world. Who WOULD IT BE? And what would you say to them? So I actually have this response to several folks who have something similar not exactly what you put it but it would probably be honestly the Dalai Lama and I really liked to understand how you attain inner apiece. Because seems like things my brain's always going things are always happening inside so I probably would. I would probably do that and I would consider that to be a one of those life. Check marks if I could do it. So what would enter peace? Get you why interface. Yeah I think it would just quiet every if I could quiet everything down. Not only could I do a whole lot more but I think I would do better with my kids. My grandkids to students. I teach back in the day. I'll do a quick for you back in the day. I was labeled hyperactive. Nowadays they probably would have called it. Adhd and so. It's the sort of constant stuff going on. Keeps me constantly going kidding? It has a pro and con and one of those sort of constant inside stuff happening. Which would be fine not Not to always have to deal with now. If you had to give one thing you do to overcome challenges. What would that be yeah? It's writing it all down so I run into for me again. Not Everybody does I like paper and a pen but if I can get it all written down what the issue is and that gives me a chance to sort of map out how all solve it and I'm sort of a picture guy. I have no artistic talent whatsoever but I draw pictures all the time about how I'm going to accomplish something and it usually helps me get around problems that I had struggle figuring out in my head top two keys to success. There's a tough one. I guess I'm only going to have to say it for me. Number one is to never stop believing that you can accomplish. Whatever it is you want to accomplish. Just my take a whole lot longer than you think it's going to take and I think the second one is one. I've gone back to even back into my high school. Days is always felt like I was not the smartest guy in the class. More of the smartest person in the room. But I'M GONNA I'll persevere just about every buddy so I think it's Focused down work hard kind of approach to accomplishing some really good point. I think that's a great life lesson as well. Perseverance is key it really is you make it. It's amazing what can be done by the willing to just keep pushing at it so we've learned a little bit about you. What makes you take? And I'd like to revisit the impact statement that you made before wanting to have a greater impact. I'm assuming and that's a really dangerous thing that you started your company because he wanted to make a greater impact so talk a little bit about that and what your company does indeed so colonel hearkens back just a little bit. When I was in I was constantly surprised to find out that research had already debunked a lot of the stuff that we were doing and business or had come up with better techniques. I was always like. Why don't we know about this stuff? So when I got into academia I realized this is it's so much of this is known. There's so many things that we already know how to how to do. Why isn't this getting out unless I was teaching? My classes. Undergrads are great but unfortunately it's going to be twenty years before they can put into practice the strategy stuff that I'm trying to teach him in quincy unfortunately by then it's somewhat changed. I mean changes fairly regularly so really wanted to be able to get more direct impact a love Executive Mba. 'cause they're normally all out there in business they're fairly experienced. They need to use the stuff right away and MBA's who can get into this quickly can do the exact same thing but my business is really focused about doing it directly for companies. So I like to get into these companies. Get into opposition. We worked with over one hundred twenty in the last seven years. Get into these organizations and really help them figure out what separates them the minds of customers such that customers will go pass their competitors and come to them and get past these face validity kind of things as I mentioned. Sorry in my inappropriate. Oh yeah that employees are not our competitive advantage but how we deliver on them but to get to elements that really make a difference really implement strategy and quantum just changed the game for these companies. The sales soared the EBA sores. I mean it's just it's been a remarkable run. That's been a lot of fun.

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"executive mba" Discussed on Zo� Routh Leadership Podcast

Zo� Routh Leadership Podcast

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"executive mba" Discussed on Zo� Routh Leadership Podcast

"Job. I've been a lot of my time at all. The office rather than trapped on the disk responding to a mouse. That's effective use of your time. I'm sure so thinking about success. You've been you've had a large large obvious successes whether it's a business transformation or building results threefold and and so on how do you define success as a leader? What I've been very lucky to have worked in the places that I've worked at have worked with incredible teams out of the is I think the thing that's changed me. Probably in the last ten years is that success. It's less about personal success. Now it's more about the team or the business or Summer Spacey Industry Safety Leadership Roles especially a a real privilege your interest with Custody of these businesses for short period of time. They always want to leave them. They were when you started. And you can't do that without with you know or C. Suite Executive Mba success attained successful. They contain increasingly as you grow up. Surprising overlay and that the primary lends becomes around people growing them. We help develop bakeries Gina. Goals building is Tamara. Is this implies that I WANNA work that? They're proud of the relatively recently. The socially where he said do that. Look forward to Monday as much as I devoted Friday. What a wonderful question that he's test. I love it. Yeah I think that should be on. Every through inputting engagement survey brilliant so simple discuss through and look forward to Monday mornings with them. Yeah that's right. I love that philosophy that I'm not sure where you start it but definitely where you're sitting now being people first and that certainly aleve Lhasa that I aspire to educate my leader squid around that because I think all the results you want your business come from that Lens of putting people first and people not just within the business but it within the community and broader sector as you say and does that come with maturity I think it does. Actually I think early thing. He does believe maturity point view in early stages of our careers were often focused on individual achievement. Proving that we're worth our metal developing skills and kicking your own goals and then we've done that for a while. We work out better in a group and my role is to help the group do that. And it's a very huge shift in terms of our leadership practice at that stage and some people handle that transition while and others really struggled for a long time with it. So when you're working with leaders and you're looking to elevate them what are some key things you work with them on? Is it around storytelling. Is it around capacity building. Is it around leadership philosophy. What is it that you might start with the start with trying to get to know the whole person a bit? We spent a lot of time in the office. Work out of the office and I think it's really helpful to understand as much as willing willing to share and everyone is different about this as well. I am a big believer in using the management of site planning sessions. I love those hits and So I think that is important. I think again back to fantastic. Brunei Brown's doing around vulnerabilty and Talks about the base of the pyramid rat account ability of trust and I think a really important. That's a starting point for me. Is You know what what what does this look like. What do you want to get out of this You hope what's happening in your life. You could share with me. That would help me around. Stand had a with you when I can be quite private at times. Around that. But as well facilitated meetings People who are experts in this space can help reveal all sorts of things that make the team found much much stronger than it would be without that knowledge of each other so I kinda stopped the oldest under an extra. Wow that is a huge. That's huge prayed dockiers Until the tropical storm coming And so I think that is a really important Powell. The forming of your teams getting to know each other in that context. I got certified trainer Focus and that is so loud that is like I love thunderstorms so thank you for sharing that so about in terms of how to how to get started with developing executive and and being really engrossed in who they are as a person was important to them getting to know them building. Trust that way I think that's the building block for everything whether it's a high performing team or high performing executive or high performing organization. Is I think what I'm struggling on because it gets used office is big. It's pathological entity Warren Strident context capturing bullshit. Really be real about things and I think that would surfaced in a number of ways that leadership tanks themselves about. They communicate with people in feedback. Can they do that for you? Back well over I agree as beautiful and I love the fact that you're a story teller as well and book recommendation from me to you on that is with Gabrielle. Dolan's real conversations. Real communication real communication. I think might be put a note to that in the show notes and send you a link as well. She's awesome and I think you'll really enjoy that Craig. Thank you so much for sharing your insight and your wisdom and your stories of transformation and contribution and business and people stuff. I really value your experience. And it's really wonderful to see a leader living the ethos of being transformational leader. That's people based and I really enjoyed all your stories. So thank you so much integrate privilege to talk to. You. I really appreciate it. Wow so much. Take away from that interview. Craig was a complete legend. I love his lived experience. It's built on the hard yards for sure. He said after the interview that could've asked him about massive failures. 'cause there's those shares well but he said so much enormous success. I think it's also important to learn from success and this is what I took away from the interview one about getting back to basics. Get the people right at the culture right and get your strategic focus is pretty essential. When you're walking into an organization where you want to elevate the performance there. The second thing was when going through big change management process and dealing with a big bowl of spaghetti as you described it. Get really clear on your three focus areas which are focused simplify and grow. I love that that was really good analysis and so helpful to when you get just the clarity like that and the third one is that it's all about people and getting to know the whole person. I is really the key leadership strategy and a grows outwards from there. So if you loved this interview as much as I did feel free to rate it on itunes or wherever it is you. Listen to your podcast and brightest review. That would be amazing. If not forwarded to a friend or colleague you think who benefit from the wisdom of Craig and the awesome content them keep bringing to you weekly so thanks so much for listening. Have a great week..

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"executive mba" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"executive mba" Discussed on 710 WOR

"In the executive MBA program at Georgia State University. when I was promoted to. at when I was promoted to deputy group president of northeast Europe and Africa I went back to school at the harbor international senior management program to learn and understand how to take charge of an international business operational intention this is actually we we cheese excess this was after you achieve the level of success that you did so it never stopped in never stop in terms of your learning and continuing to learn that that's right that that is the key I've never become complacent with where you are from a knowledge or skills base perspective continuous learning is absolutely imperatives in this environment I want to once again I wish we could talk much longer call where but I want to mention your book portrait of an American businessman subtitles one generation from cotton field to board room call I hope that people pick up this book it is very inspirational very informative and very very reflective book on what societies like right now col thank you so much much appreciated your appearance on money matters thank you very much. so here's the take away there are no excuses there are people who have achieved the level of success who continue to learn you must listen you just can't talk over people and I think what many people in corporate America tend to do and in the political world from both sides of the aisle they they don't listen enough they don't get the sense of what has to occur what is appropriate and when I read call where's book it was very inspirational and yes I am an entrepreneur yes I wrote a book I know how hard it is to write a book one of the toughest things to do but if you take the time to continue to educate yourself and to continue to inspire it's a great life we'll be back in just a moment you're listening to Gary Goldberg on money matters. money.

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"executive mba" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"executive mba" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"executive mba" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"executive mba" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Spill the toothpicks everywhere. And like I've got to pick them up one at a time. That's what's happening on I four right now. Eastbound just past Maitland boulevard overturned semi whilst delays back to Fairbanks down. But here's what they're trying to do. I think if that. Barriers. So they get this traffic through and around this incident. That would definitely help clear the traffic that's been stuck for over a half an hour. Now, that's a good point. And Eric has as you lewd, the all that traffic there. This is a construction zone, duh. All of I four is a construction zone. Right. And and those poor poor drivers who are trapped behind this crash. There is no way out. They've got jersey barriers the big concrete walls on both sides, and they're in this funnel. And they can't get out. Traffic can't get out. Traffic can't get through the fire rescue to go around about way, just to get to this. So now, they got a front end loader, and they are. Apparently trying to move these jersey barriers areas right now. Support underneath jersey barriers to try and make a way for player rescue or to get the traffic out there. Maybe even both. I'm Eric Brown air what things are still looking good for the drive on the four weight up to speed in both directions. Slowdowns now on the turnpike. Northbound at state road four seventeen for a few extra minutes realize your potential with a Stetson university executive MBA attend the information session this Friday, April twenty six learn more at Stetson dot EDU slash EM BA. With traffic alerts every six minutes in the morning, we're helping you get to work on time. I'm Ed Torrence, news ninety six point five WDBO. Finding great candidates the hire. Hi, I'm Jay Farner, CEO of Quicken Loans. Thirty percent.

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"executive mba" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"executive mba" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"executive mba" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"executive mba" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"executive mba" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"executive mba" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"executive mba" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"executive mba" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"I was a child that had learning difficulties might my instructors, my teachers all growing up had to read my exams to me. I was a terrible test taker I had attention problems, I had learning problems. I had reading problems I was not somebody that you would ever spot and say this guy's gonna go on to become a doctor of any type. I was a collegiate athlete and ended up with an average GPA after graduation. I had average test scores DAT scores. So it took me three years in twenty one attempts to get into dental school. That's twenty rejections and one acceptance at over that three year period of time. That was probably the most informative and instructive period of my entire life because during that period of time I bought my first business, and I got accepted into the executive MBA program at the university of San Diego. My business. Was you guys know it in reading on shouted out? My business was a Roach coach it was a food truck. So I owned a taco truck on wheels. I had three employees at somebody. That packed my truck full of ice and beverages in the morning. I had somebody that cleaned it at the end of the day, and I had a cook name Reseda, and we used to go to construction sites. I'd honked the horn open the door, and I'd sell Britos Doritos and black coffee to construction workers all day, the glamorous beginnings of my entrepeneurship career, but in that period of time while I was getting my MBA. I learned about general business awareness. I learned how to read a piano, I really learned how to read about sheet. I learned how to read a cash flow statement. I learned how to recruit good people and retain them. I learned how to market I learned that the person that owns the business is the last person to get paid, I learned valuable valuable lessons. And if you're gonna put side by side, the value of those lessons, either the Roach coach versus the the executive MBA program ten times out of ten hundred times out of a hundred I will say a much more valuable experience was owning that Roach coach. I had a general business experience. And it's carried through all of my practices. So some questions to ask yourself on whether or not you have a general business awareness, not not being judgy here. These are just some things that you should probably keep in mind. If you can't answer these questions off the top of your head about your practice. You may need to bone up on your business awareness a little bit K so KPA's keep is what KPI's are you tracking? What key performance indicators? Are you tracking? Do you know the difference between fixed and variable costs? Do you know how to decrease fixed and variable costs to control your overhead? What is your cash flow? What is your profitability? What is your cost per procedure?.

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"executive mba" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"executive mba" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"Whether it was going to be physical therapy or or medical school or dental school was definitely gonna be dental school. So I went down that path. Unfortunately, I had some learning disabilities. ADD? So I had a really difficult time comprehending the written word. So in fact, my my teachers in grade school and all the way up through high school had to read by exams to me because I didn't I didn't comprehend the written word very well. But once we figured out that once they read it read those exams to me, I did quite well, I was wasn't that. I would smart. I just had a difficulty processing those words on a page long story short. I ended up being a collegiate athlete I played football for a couple years, and then decided to hang up the cleats and really focused on trying to get into dental school. But my learning disabilities and my tension of problems persisted and my transcripts after. I graduated from undergrad were. Average at best. So me three years in twenty one attempts to finally get into dental school got a single acceptance after three years and twenty one charge is so twenty rejections, but finally got in had some grit and persistence in the meantime, I decided in that three years after undergrad I decided that I was gonna start my own business, and I did get accepted to the executive MBA program at the university of San Diego. So starting my MBA, and I drove a catering truck that was the business that I purchased with my catering truck experience. Learn how to.

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"executive mba" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"executive mba" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"Can you imagine if that would happen date earlier, not at the summit bag would have been bad? I'm grateful for this. I'm grateful that this happened. I never if this didn't happen on March eighth nineteen eighty eight. I would not be standing here today. I would not be dentist. God knows what I'd be doing. I'm grateful grateful for that some looking for my teeth. And that's a that's my coach helping me off the field there on the front page of the LA times. I'm grateful for that. I'm grateful for my first ever academic counselor in college, I was a college football player and her job was to make sure that the football players maintained a C average. So that they can stay eligible to play football. I told her that my dream was to be a dentist someday. And she told me that based on my high school transcripts that. There is no chance that I could ever get through that curriculum. There's no chance that I could ever get into dental school. So grateful that she told me that she gave me a chip on my shoulder. So grateful that she didn't believe in me. I'm grateful for my twenty failed attempts to get into dental school because built my character enough MIT nasty enough that it it shaped my character it shaped the whole rest of my life. In fact, that nobody believed in me that twenty colleges twenty dental schools didn't think that I was a capable candidate to represent their school. I'm so grateful for that. I'm grateful for the three years that took me to get into dental school because I bought my own business, and I learned about entrepreneurship I got into the executive MBA program if I would have gotten in the first year or the second year, and I would have gotten in the first anytime within the first fifteen attempts..

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