Delight Members with A Mobile First Strategy
Thomas E. Hogan currently serves as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Kony, the market-leading company focused on mobile applications for the enterprise. In this episode, Tom and John explore different facets of leadership, and Tom’s advice for new and experienced leaders and the effect of technology on planning and how organizations operate.
Tracking Trex’s Transformation
This interview with Jim Cline, CEO, Trex Company, Inc. explores the transformational story of the company’s journey from near bankruptcy to a thriving organization through a focus on redesigning incentives, promoting constructive conflict, teamwork and developing the next generation of its leaders.
Cultivating an Effective Leadership Approach to Financial Services Disruption
In this podcast, John Janclaes interviews Boston Consulting Group veteran Micah Jindal, who is a core member of the firm’s financial services practice. Micah shares his views on topics such as platform technologies, how to cultivate agility amid unprecedented disruption as well as his approaches to personal development, including risk taking.
Across business and industry sectors, data analytics is a hot topic. The advantages of becoming a data-driven organization are both exciting and scary—exciting given the potential to delight customers while garnering insights about how to manage the business more effectively and scary in thinking about how your firm’s data analytics capabilities stack up against the competition. Deploying data analytics across a business organization is not a project but a journey, best navigated in partnership between the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Data & Analytics Officer (CDO). In this Q&A, John Janclaes and Juan Gorricho share insights from their work together at Partners Federal Credit Union and offer lessons learned, positive and negative, during the credit union’s four-year (and counting) trek to cultivate a thriving data analytics practice.
We always enjoy conducting interviews with authors on our show — especially those within the credit union industry. That said, we invited Partners Federal Credit Union
President/CEO John Janclaes to discuss his book; Doing What Matters: How Leaders Help Individuals and Organizations Thrive
We discuss his book’s premise, which revolves around the importance of mentorship, helpful tools and principles, goals for writing this book, and much more, A great discussion for leaders and future leaders in any industry.
If you search the word “leadership” for books on Amazon, you will be presented with more than 191,000 choices. By any measure, that’s a lot of reading. Who’s buying all these books, and what’s the big deal? Why should we care about this stuff?
Energy, Vitality and Well Being as Executives
James received Masters degrees in Exercise Physiology and Psychology from the University of Texas at El Paso, where he also served as an instructor for the departments of Health Sciences, Professional and Continuing Education, and served as a strength coach to a number of collegiate athletes. He brings 25 years of professional coaching, nutritional guidance, and a lifetime of athletic experiences to his clients.
Matt Fullbrook is the Manager of the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. Under his direction, the CCBE has evolved into the central hub of governance research in Canada.
I stood in front of the classroom at the Center for Creative Leadership for some 10 years, lecturing to US and international organizational leaders on the impacts of regular exercise and healthy nutrition for improved leadership capabilities.
Eco-Centric Leadership Principals
David Burger is the founder and President of The Burger Concinnity Group, a Colorado-based consulting firm specializing in leadership & team development, executive coaching, and organizational transformation. David guides international climbing expeditions, does sports psychology for professional and Olympic athletes, and conducts a psychotherapy practice.