Efficient One-on-Ones and Diligent Hiring: How to Become a Trustworthy Manager
Mark Horstman, Co-Founder of Manager Tools
In episode #49, Mark Horstman, Co-Founder of Manager Tools, emphasizes the importance of being trustworthy as a manager and why every leader (even U.S. Presidents!) should have one-on-one meetings with their direct reports.
Owning the Manager Role: How to Set Expectations and be “Super F*cking Clear”
Melissa and Johnathan Nightingale, Founders of Raw Signal Group
In episode #41, Melissa and Johnathan Nightingale emphasize what the manager title exactly entails and how to own the role. They shared lessons learned from their early management mistakes and why setting expectations is one of the most impactful things we can do as leaders.
The Adventure of Leadership: Lessons Learned from Uncertainty and Discomfort
Jonathan Ronzio, CMO and Co-founder at Trainual
In episode #37, Jonathan Ronzio explains how his outdoor adventures have influenced his leadership style – as well as the decisions he makes when it comes to storytelling and marketing. We touch on topics like trust, communication, and determination – and why these things don’t just help you to survive outdoor adventures, but leadership and entrepreneurship too!
Getting The Right People in the Right Seats: Why Environment Fit is Different Than Culture Fit
Hiten Shah, Co-Founder & CEO of FYI
In episode #26, Hiten Shah talks about identifying slow moving teams, why managers need to be in tune with what their teams actually know (and what they don’t), and how founders can transfer their unique talents and skills. Tune in to hear Hiten share why environment fit matters to build a well oiled team.