February 28, 2019
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.
January 25, 2019
Have you ever found yourself desiring more fulfillment from your work? Maybe you've been stuck in a toxic or unhealthy environment. Or perhaps you've had a dream to start a business but have been held back by fear. This episode is for you.
On this episode of Leading Well, Jeremy Couch interviews Robbie Harper, owner of Blue Bridge Public Relations. In this interview, Robbie chronicles his journey from leaving a toxic situation to stepping out in faith and launching his own company. Robbie is now living out his purpose and passion, helping leaders and business owners build their brand and expand their influence.
June 21, 2018
In this episode of Leading Well, Jeremy Couch is joined by Joe McLeod of McLeod Communications for a discussion on effective communication in leadership. What are some of the biggest communication mistakes that leaders make? How can leaders get better at communication? Why does communication matter so much in leadership and in life? These are a few of the questions that we will explore on a deeper level.
Here are some of the key points that Joe shared in regards to effective communication:
- Frequency of communication is not equal to competency
- Great communication begins with listening
- Communicating more effectively helps you get more of what you want
- Communication requires constant work and development
Joe McLeod is managing partner at McLeod Communications and an instructor of communications at Keiser University at Lakeland.