Impressions are important only if you talk to other humans. Are you looking to make a good impression? Want people to listen to you when you speak? Do you need to keep repeating yourself before people understand what you’re saying? Then you want to listen to this special guest, Laura Sicola. Laura has her Ph.D. in educational linguistics and has guest lectured at places like the Wharton School of Business. Laura is super smart, sassy and knows how to make you look good. She definitely has made a great impression on me. Now it’s your turn.
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Chuck Runyon was honored by Chief Executive magazine with its inaugural “Leadership” award for his commitment to investing in people and relationships. That made him a perfect guest for this podcast. Specifically noted were Runyon’s efforts to help his employees become not merely more productive workers, but better people. Central to his leadership philosophy is the concept of “ROEI” – the return on emotional investment
Under Runyon’s leadership, Anytime Fitness has earned numerous industry accolades, including the #1 Franchise in the world, according to Entrepreneur magazine, and “One of America’s Most Promising Companies,” according to Forbes. Additionally, Anytime Fitness has been honored as a “Top Franchise for Minorities” and “The Best Place to Work in Minnesota” four years in a row.
Five levels of the corporate “hierarchy of needs” for your employees
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Sharon Weinstein is one of two nurses in the world with the designation CSP/FAAN (Fellow of the Academy of Nursing), and the go-to resource for all things related to stress-busting. She’s smart, practical and understands the importance of the word, “NO!”
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Kevin McCarthy started out selling candy on the school bus. Now, decades later, with his own research and lots of learning from others, he has created a very succinct way to live our lives. His passion is for people to live all parts of their lives on-purpose. We have that choice and Kevin tells us how to bring that to fruition. I love how Kevin explained, that businesses that care have to be led by leaders who care. I couldn’t agree more.
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