“Good management isn’t policing people, it’s setting a clear direction and unblocking them when they need help.”
Jack joins us on Work Smart to discuss making teams move faster and perform better.
-Jack’s Work Smart tip: one-touch emails
-Managing teams and aligning everyone around goals/measurements
-Making work a better place to be
-Cutting through the clutter in the age of app-fatigue
-Making manager employee one-on-ones better
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Listen in to our chat with Shane Mac, Co-founder & CEO of Assist, investor, advisor, musician and all around interesting guy.
Continue reading Work Smart #36 – CEO of Assist, Shane Mac
“Try not to become a person of a success, become a person of value”
JLD is one of the top business podcasters in iTunes, with millions of downloads and millions in revenue. Listen in to hear how he works smart, including: Continue reading Work Smart #34 – Host of Entrepreneur on Fire, John Lee Dumas
CEO of rebel.com, Rob Villeneuve, joins us on the podcast to discuss getting things done, engaging great teams and creating a positive work environment.
Continue reading Work Smart #31 – Better results & happier teams w/ Rebel CEO Rob Villeneuve
“Traditional management can’t keep up with the accelerating pace of change in the world today”
Listen in to one of my favorite discussions so far with author, self-management expert and TedX speaker, Doug Kirkpatrick.
Continue reading Work Smart #26 – Why companies are better off w/out managers – Doug Kirkpatrick
“If you hit a wall you can tear it down, go around it or turn around”
This is a guest post by Doug Kirkpatrick
There is no shortage of drivers competing to advance organizational freedom and engagement: technological, sociological, generational, philosophical and myriad others. I believe that innovation and leadership economics will vie for the pole position as key drivers in the race.
Continue reading Innovation and Leadership in the Workplace of the Future