6 Burst results for "Julian Solomon"

"julian solomon" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"julian solomon" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

"Remember that everything you do and everything you say ripples out to the rest of the world and own that i like that i like that everything you do and everything you say ripples out to the rest of the world and that's part of a a strong employee engagement so the boss needs to recognize their will use that word the boss uh but the leadership needs to recognize that what they say how they say it perhaps the using your communication uh a lesson the word the one word they may change it's going to be felt in heard by every one and hopefully the necker colleague the colleague as well um yup absolutely one hundred percent this is why we call this amazing business radio julian solomon his written this great book i urge you to get it go to amazoncom blueprint for employee engagement 37 essential elements to influence innovate and inspire we've talked about eight of them and uh may actually probably a few more as we we digress and other areas but eight main ones communication uh patients service purpose relationships leadership respect and gratitude and again i have my gratitude to you julianne thank you so much for being on the show back at fish app all right thank you again everybody this is a an another this why we call this amazing business radio he just had another amazing episode so everybody's stay tuned for next week we'll have another one and until then my three favorite words always be amazing thanks for listening.

"julian solomon" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

Mere Mortals Unite

08:56 min | 3 years ago

"julian solomon" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

"For them provide industry expertise. I mean there's so many ways. Which we can leverage advisers and surrounding yourself with advisors and mentors, coaches, things of that nature, a truly is an integral part of leadership development that happens outside the company that makes you a better leader. Inside the company says so much leadership development only focuses on the leadership development inside the company to really important to focus your leadership also on the outside of the cup. Why think it's the same way that you know some companies have trainings for their, uh, workforce, and some of its put on in house And some of it, They bring people from the outside because you know, as consultants, You and I both Now, we have a different view of someone's company than someone who lives in that company. Yeah, Absolutely. And they're both very important viewpoint. Yes. Now I think our customers arm boys, They provide insight into our companies that, you know, as the leader of the C O, we will never have because they're looking at it completely deaf. And they're experiencing the company completely differently, but that outside perspective and knowing what other people have gone through and how Dave overcome challenges and how Dave navigated landmines in pitfalls that might be coming. I mean, that's just a huge You know, important perspective for leaders as they grow their own companies is to know how other people are doing it. And then there's the accountability peace Because you know, Employees are not there to hold us accountable, Right? Like we are accountable to them, right? But they, It's not their job to say, Hey, have you done this? Yeah. AC, we need other people outside of our organisation to hold us accountable to, you know, be there to give us the pep talks on. We're having difficult times to challenge our thinking to challenge our decisions. That is not the job of damp only take place when people outside the company. And also an advisory board is just a great repository for information on, you know, similar bumps in the road, things that happening companies that may not be the same, but similar And you can learn so much like, like you say, they can't be asking to their employees about something that's happening with one of their suppliers yet. But you can have someone else who's had that same or similar problem. Tell you how they dealt with it yet. No, Absolutely. Yeah, I I mean, I I have a handful of advisers, and I mean one. Them has been my adviser for twenty three years in he's I just don't make a move without out. And then I have another adviser is than in my life 15 years of time of like a us CEO mastermind group, if it is to see, yeah, it's it is. And you know, I facilitates the year round tables. So I mean I, you know, I'm the Northern Virginia chair for a women's presidents organization, a knife, facilitate a monthly Roundtable of seventeen women, CEOs who all have multimillion-dollar businesses. And then and then now were launching a CEO Round Table group in Loudon County for women business owners under a million dollar, some launched net with Johnson promotion in events in January. So I'm a huge proponent of making sure that leaders surround themselves with other leaders to help them moves to the next level of gross huge proponent of it. And what has the reaction banned from the people involved? How have they found it helpful? Oh, I mean it's a lifeline. There's no other word, It's a lifeline. I mean that like the women who I facilitate in my CEO, roundtable. It is true Lee. Uh, you know, they can't imagine building their businesses without having this other group of sixteen other women. That is a professionally moderated him facilitated group to bring their challenges to learn from other women, learn from sixteen other women who run multi-million-dollar businesses on how they have navigated the same challenges, Right? Right. It is the place where they can common It can take off their capes for three hours when were there, right? I mean, all these women, we all wear like these wonder-women caves, Right? An ethnic-based goes somewhere and like drop the Cape at the door and just be human And you know, share your vulnerability and share frustration, share your fear, share your challenges, share your successes with other people who have been right where you are because that's the thing Like every company, Yes, Every company is difference, But I'll tell you as. Someone who has worked as a strategist with hundreds of other leaders, Every company is the same, Right? Right, right. There are definitely undertones that are this. Yeah, Sure. Yeah. So having you know, having that peer group, It just it just shows you that You're not going through the alone. Yeah. And I think everybody needs no, that was ask you a question and maybe you don't want to answer this by Do you find that it's easier for men or women to be in an advisory, but have advisory boards or do not see a difference? It I mean, it's Sam, I mean, it really does have to do about that mindset of growth, and that's not a gender thing. I mean, you know, we're putting in an advisory board Right now for a company that two hundred fifty million dollars. Um, it's a team of men partners, but they want a diverse advisory board because it reflects their customer base and our affects their employees or making sure that is a lot of diversity on the board. But yeah, we put advisory boards in place for everyone from small all the way. A up to, in a very large and I think that's a really important point because to put together an advisory board of just a bunch of people who you think will agree with everything you say Right is almost more detrimental. The not having an advisory board at all And it's a waste to waste everybody's time and money, and you're not leveraging those seats around the table that could really prepare you to the next gross if you haven't strategic Lance thoughtfully and intentionally selective them And you help people do that as we do that. Yeah, we do that. We run the whole process of figuring out their holes in their bowls, what they need from the, uh, for their organization. Um, and then we create very specific board seat definitions and then we do the search for them. Oh, That's great. That's excellent. And then we get them all launched like week completely, get them fully launched for the first year, where side-by-side with them. That's excellent because you need that expertise again. I'm sure you have processes and procedures that you've been doing now for. A long time That makes that easier. Otherwise, It's just a great idea that everybody's thinking about nobody ever gets around too. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So as we leave you today and this has been extremely valuable, a great ideas, um, enclosing you would say, uh, the important, The most important Fang of grow of being a successful leader and growing to the next level is being open to Asking for help, and now surrounding yourself with other people in putting it out there, knowing that you don't have all the answers ends up being open to learning. You know, it's really is the single most important things go, I think, um, being a great later. But I'll tell you I always learn something At least one, two, three new ideas, And certainly get inspired from these conversations. So thank you so much for the work that you're doing and spending some time with us today. Now I am happy to do that, and I invite everybody all of your listeners to subscribe to my blog at successful culture dot com. I have it in the show no notes. Yeah, I do a weekly leadership blog. Um, I'm a as you know. I'm a columnist for Inc Magazine. I write six to eight times a month, And we include those links and articles as well in the blog, and everything has written about a leadership mindset. Excellent. Thank you so much, and thank you to my listeners is his Julianne Sullivan, signing off another episode of businesses that care, you can sign, Find us anywhere he listening to podcast under mere mortals unite until the next time. Thank you and have a good day. Thanks for listening to businesses to share it with your friends and colleagues Delman nearby Julian Solomon this podcast, and receive free invaluable information. George Julian Sullivan dot com. Me immortals you not dot com. We look forward to the pleasure of your company next time.

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"julian solomon" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"julian solomon" Discussed on Little Atoms

"And at up to a great deal of routes i need to look at the circumstances in which he is alleged to have worked forever a british intelligence and it's not actually related to the sea cohen man incident it's actually earlier when he goes over to to uh a a europe as a accords ever for the observer of where he stays in a hotel the lose but essentially used by british intelligence and eat meets various people who all working perch intelligence now okay remember however that uh we talk about total is leaked and working for british intelligence is something that i think i would have been rolled on your not something i think that anyone would have ended up associating with mm hmm skulduggery or i'm a i'm a fifty km acting in ah in in some way that is of a trial of of leftists principle so that's the that's the that's the british intelligence connection there and alycia cohen story what happens waugh's this all well with julian solomon's friends another journalist and a critic and great thriller writers ambassador story hata they will basically they would they was spotting stalinist apologists as a kind of is a salute guyana applying gives them over a polling to whatever it oh well captain nobes of the of the of the of the of the people that he thoughts were pushing a prosoviet line down for his own amusement is years time weiser this had been bugged forty which looking forty six forty seven it's the points at which the cold war is beginning to a beginning to kicking leases as far as away out of the debates threatening vet than any any of vines says the cold was beginning to kicking anzar always thinking right okay hurries it that's years the plugging the the the the the soviet line.

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"julian solomon" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

Mere Mortals Unite

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"julian solomon" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

"To probably brazil into these special series businesses you will host julian solomon searched the globe for businesses would unique konduz about how they engage and inspire the workplace environment be gibb sodas fulham ids you can easily implement so that you too can be a business the keys are you ready inlets goon b three hello listeners and thanks for joining us for another special series on mere mortals he night called businesses that care when i first started this series in february i was having a hard time getting gas and i thought maybe there's business there's not enough businesses out there that are really doing something besides sinoe gugel that are really taking care of their workforce at really care that really want to engage as i say really wanna make a workplace environment where people actually want to show up for work instead of watching reruns and friends but that's all changed in the last couple of months and i have talked to some fabulous gas and i'm so happy to be sharing these guests now on cease radio and see sweet radio is a part of the cease week network which is the most trusted network for executives today i am talking to cory karmi a and he is from legal monkeys and i read an article about legal monkeys and something they were doing for their employees engagement to increase the fine and the family spirit they were having in their workplace culture so i called cory on the phone and have a fantastic conversation and realize that he was surreal tale sell i invited corey to come on businesses that care and he said that he loves to talk about what they're doing sell harry is thanks corey for joining us today.

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"julian solomon" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

Mere Mortals Unite

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"julian solomon" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

"Bubis united to probably presents this special series businesses the kid you will host julian solomon as such the globe for businesses would unique konduz about how they engage and inspire the workplace environment egypt zohdi is full of ideas you can easily implement so that you too can be a business the case are you ready vin let's go three two mayor listeners and i am so thrilled that you have chosen to spaniard time with us on businesses that care a special series on the mere mortals unite podcast i know you could be involved in a lot of other activities right now so i appreciate you chose to be here you won't be disappointed we continuously give you great ideas to create a workplace where people actually wake up in the morning i want to go to work or also proud to now be a part of the sea sweet radio network with the reach of a half a million si sweet executives when you hear a brilliant ideas share it with your colleagues and friends you can subscribe to mere mortals sea night anywhere he lesson a podcast and then they'll never miss and other great epa said today i'm speaking to an award winning speaker dave nelson but i'm not speaking tell about those awards from places like visted chen ernst and young today we're going to be exploring a company that dave started way back in 1998 and eventually ended up selling he's a serial entrepeneur and i asked stave let in play engagement meant to him and this is what he set people passionately per selling something they believe in while learning from each other making themselves more valuable professional lane at the company and in their future careers that sounds good to me thanks dave for it so much for being with us today eight julianne thrilled to be on the podcast.

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"julian solomon" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

Mere Mortals Unite

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"julian solomon" Discussed on Mere Mortals Unite

"Hello listener i am so thrilled that you have chosen to spend your time with us on businesses that care as special series on the mere mortals unite podcast don't forget to subscribe to mere mortals he night anywhere you less than a podcast you'll never mess another great episode now businesses that care is a series that talks to leadership about ways in which they increase employee engagement and create a workplace environment where people want to come to work where so proud to now be a part of the cease week radio network where along with you we reach a half a million si sweet executives we always stride of bringing valuable ideas to boost your success and today's no different my guest is doug holcomb from greater bridge for transport and he's been working to improve employee interactions in an effort to improve their overall service because service is their product sound familiar the main goal was to provide training the increase trust as a gateway to improve interpersonal relationships within the agency and have that flow outward to their customers if this sounds something like you can use like do you have customers our clients i think there's something here field says stay tuned and stay with us boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom me movies united to probably presents this special series businesses the kid you will host julian solomon as such the globe for businesses would unique ideas about how they engage and inspire the workplace environment beach absurd is full ids you can easily implement so the youtube can be a business the keys are you ready than let's go b three two one well i wanna know i'll welcome dog all come for greater bridgeport transport done thank you very much for being with us.

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