In this episode of the Leading Well Podcast, Jeremy Couch explains what leaders must do to build a culture where people thrive. Taken from a recent talk given at The Servant Leadership Conference, Couch identifies the key characteristics that define a thriving culture.
In this episode of Leading Well, Jeremy Couch interviews Mark Goldstein, president of the Central Florida Christian Chamber. In 2009, Mark took over the struggling organization and re-built it with a new vision centered on relationships. Ten years later, the Christian Chamber is a thriving organization that serves the Central Florida business and faith community. In this interview, Mark talks about his journey of taking over the Chamber and believing in faith that God had called him to lead this organization into a new future. Mark provides some great tips and insights on trusting God and believing in a vision that is bigger than you.
How would you characterize the culture of your organization or team?
In this episode of Leading Well, Jeremy Couch discusses the importance of organizational culture and explains what a toxic culture looks like. He identifies the signs to look out for and then contrasts the detrimental effects of a toxic culture with the positive attributes of a thriving culture.
In this episode of Leading Well, Jeremy Couch interviews Jennifer Fonseca -- the Destiny Activator. Jennifer is passionate about helping people clarify their life's purpose and empowering them to live in that purpose daily. She serves as Assistant Director of Career Development at Palm Beach Atlantic University and has her own private career coaching practice. Learn more about Jennifer at her website.
Joe Pici on Developing a Sales Process that Works, Overcoming Bogus Beliefs, and Positioning Yourself as an Expert in Your Field
In this episode of Leading Well, Jeremy Couch interviews Joe Pici, recently ranked #3 by Global Gurus on their list of the world's top 30 sales professionals. In this wide-ranging interview, Joe covers everything from building a successful and effective sales process, to overcoming self-limiting that beliefs that hold you back, to building the daily disciplines that will position you as an expert in your field.
Joe and his wife Dawn run Pici and Pici, a successful sales and tactical skills training company located in Central Florida.