Jim Bohn on Management Change and Organizational Efficacy Show Notes

impact teams radioIn this episode of Impact Teams Radio, Implementation Rabbi Tony Sherman interviews returning guest Jim Bohn. Jim is known to be the practical leader and considers himself as the blue collar scholar. Jim works as a motivational speaker about leading and transforming several failing and underperforming teams to achieve valued level of success. He has also led important projects related to change management such as mergers, IT implementations and reorganizations. He is also a master facilitator about change management.

Jim Bohn on Management Change and Organizational Efficacy

Introduction of Episode

0:17 – Tony introduces returning guest Jim Bohn.

0:41 – Jim shared his newly released book called “Architects of change: Practical tools to build, lead and finish organizational initiatives

2:01 – Jim started talking more about the architect of change management

3:00 – Jim tackles the principles of change management

03: 40 – Jim said that his book is dedicated specifically for leaders that are looking for practical skills about what they can do to make this change be part of their organization.

5:00 – Jim continues to discuss what his book is all about

6:43 – Jim said that every single part of the organization will be touched by a change

8:45 – Tony asked Jim on how to combat disruptors

12:52 – Jim shared a great analogy about change: “changing a tire of a running bus”

14:00 – Jim discussed more about “finishing change” and other details related to change

15:32 – Jim said “when an organization completes something, they engage in a psychological process called organization efficacy”.

16:09 – Jim shares more about organization efficacy

17:06 – “Doing a change effectively, builds organization efficacy”

18:17 – Tony asked Jim about globalization related to change

19:06 – Jim said that In order to achieve successful organizational change, it requires greater attention to details and change.

20:33 – Jim shared one of the exciting things in every work life.

20:58 – Tony recommends Jim’s new book about architect of change

21:26 – Episode closing

Eric Bloom on the Principles and Approaches of Smart Delegation Show Notes

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In this episode of Impact Teams Radio, Implementation Rabbi Tony Sherman interviews Eric Bloom. Eric is the president and CTO of Manager Mechanics LLC. He is also known as one of the best keynote speaker, author, and specialist on IT careers, professional branding for IT technologists, and an expert in IT leadership and management training. Lastly, Eric brings a distinctive viewpoint and understanding on leadership issues, as well as what inspires IT professionals to become more successful.

 

Principles and Approaches of Smart Delegation

 

Introduction of Episode

0:27 – Tony Sherman introduces returning guest Eric Bloom.

0:51 – Tony shares about their conversation with Eric about Effective Smart Delegation.

0:59 – Tony asks Eric to talk more about Effective Smart Delegation.

1:44 – “If you want to be an effective manager, and you want to be a successful manager, and you don’t like to delegate, get over it”

2:35 – Tony asked Eric about what are the approaches related to delegation

6:33 – Eric shares the benefits of delegation: teaching new skills to someone on your team, telling someone that you want to invest time and effort in them to help them grow as a professional

8:33 – Eric discusses issues about delegation and self-defeating manager

9:35 – Eric talks about elegation to self and to others (1) “to do it myself by its nature”, (2) “One that I can delegate to someone”

11:39 – “There are some people who are single tasker’s and some people are multi-tasker’s”

13:50 – Tony asked Eric on How to manage people who are single tasker

16:09 – Eric talks more about program and lateral thinkers since they are a great support to the team

18:05 – Tony shares about the skill and capability of his three sons

20:41 – Eric said “if you have children, you have management experience”

21:41 – Eric recommends Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman and discussed more about it

25:51 – Eric left a powerful thought: “Do the right things for the right reasons”

26:47 – Episode closing

Roger Grannis on Investing in Yourself and Taking the Right Job Show Notes

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In this episode of Impact Teams Radio, Implementation Rabbi Tony Sherman interviews guest Roger Grannis. Roger is a well known speaker, instructor, and communications trainer. He likes bringing out the best in people and knows how to make them shine, whether on the stage, across the meeting table, or over the phone.

 

Roger Grannis on Investing in Yourself and Taking the Right Job

 

Introduction of Episode

 

1:06 – Tony introduces Roger.

1:50 – Roger talks about his background.

3:10 – Roger shares his stint with a multi-million dollar company, Gartner.

4:42 – Roger shares his experience when he felt that he wasn’t a good fit to a company anymore and how he handled it.

5:18 – “Just because something fits you know doesn’t mean it will in 5 years time.”

6:00 – Tony and Roger talk about taking charge of your own career.

9:10 – Roger shares the tools and techniques he used when he underwent his own “career audit “.

12:43 – Roger shares a major loss of his career that helped him develop as a leader.

16:10 – “You need to be confident about what your strengths are.”

16:41 – Roger shares how he developed his leadership skills.

16:52 – “In corporate America, there is a lack of good mentors.”

20:12 – Taking ownership of your career path.

21:40 – Episode Closing

Heather Hansen O’Neill on Igniting Your Team’s Fire Show Notes

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In this episode of Impact Teams Radio, Implementation Rabbi Tony Sherman interviews Heather Hansen O’Neill, author and professional trainer and coach. She is an award winning speaker, author, and coach presenting to organizations and corporations on transition, relationships, and joyful living.

 

Heather Hansen O’Neill on Igniting Your Team’s Fire

 

Introduction of Episode

 

1:01 – Tony Introduces Heather Hansen O’Neill

1:15 – Heather talks about her background.

1:52 – Heather talks about where the concept of fire in her books comes from

3:20 – Tony and Heather discuss who would benefit most after reading her books

6:26 – Tony and Heather explore the concepts discussed in the book Teams on Fire

8:51 – “You can accomplish any How if you have a strong enough Why.”

9:44 – The “Attitude of Gratitude” conversation

11:58 – Heather talks about where to start when applying the concepts in the book

14:28 – Heather shares some of her proudest moments and her book has accomplished

17:21 –Tony and Heather talk about bringing people together to get them fired up

18:42 – Heather’s best recommendation

19:32 – Episode Closing

 

Dave Stachowiak on Maximizing the Potential of Teams and Organizations thru Coaching Show Notes

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In this episode of Impact Teams Radio, Implementation Rabbi Tony Sherman interviews Dave Stachowiak, leadership trainer, strategist, consultant, and educator at Coaching for Leaders. In addition to the Coaching for Leaders community, Dave serves as senior vice president of Dale Carnegie Training of Southern Los Angeles and vice president of their own firm, Innovate Learning.

 

Dave Stachowiak on Maximizing the Potential of Teams and Organizations thru Coaching

 

Introduction of Episode

 

0:45 – Tony introduces Dave Stachowiak.

1:36 – Dave talks about his background and his career.

4:04 – Tony and Dave talk about leaders being open to coaching in today’s business world.

7:51 – Tony talks about the Tiger Woods model of getting a coach.

9:51 – Tony and Dave discuss about training young managers or managers-to-be and start preparing them in the right way to lead.

12:58 – Dave talks about the change that is being done right now by organizations.

13:54 – Dave talks about the generation that is now entering the work force and how different it is from the past generations.

15:21 – “Information is not the differentiator. It’s wisdom and how you use information that makes a difference.”

16:06 – Dave talks about a coaching model called “FROM”.

18:50 – Dave discusses what the letter F in the “FROM” coaching model is.

19:37 – Explanation about the letter R in the “FROM” coaching model.

20:31 – Dave explains more about the letter O in the “FROM” model.

21:25 – Dave explains what the M is in the “FROM” model.

25:09 – Tony and Dave talk about one of the real jobs/work of a leader.

28:28 – Episode Closing

Glenn Leibowitz on Leadership Communication and Inspiring People Show Notes

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In this episode of Impact Teams Radio, Implementation Rabbi Tony Sherman interviews Glenn Leibowitz, Director of External Relations of McKinsley & Company in Greater China. Glenn Leibowitz and Tony discussed about networking, blended communication channels and other communication ideas that will create a great impact in becoming an inspiring leader.

 

Glenn Leibowitz on Leadership Communication and Inspiring People

 

Introduction of Episode

00:25 – Tony introduces returning guest: Glenn Leibowitz.

1:12 – Glen talks about his blog post “The Best Presentation Ever.”

2:59 – Tony mentions about keeping slideshows minimalistic.

3:56 – Glen states that everyone want to be inspired.

4:15- Glen talks about leaders need to learn and practice over a period of time the craft of inspiring people.

5:45 – Tony and Glen discuss about an approach to communications on mediums of communication specifically email.

10:35 – Glen emphasizes on being authentic and truthful in communication in getting the message across the audience.

14:41 – Tony and Glen discuss about communication in the professional business.

15:04 – Glen explains the power of blogging and how LinkedIn become very effective on this.

18:05 – Tony thanks Glen for sharing his time and talking  about leadership communication.

18:20 – Episode Closing