Learning the Dynamics of the Business World to Become an Effective Leader Show Notes

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In this episode of Impact Teams Radio, Implementation Rabbi Tony Sherman interviews Tim Parker, Executive Coach, Leadership & Management Consultant and Special Project Management expert.


Learning the Dynamics of the Business World to Become an Effective Leader


Introduction of Episode

0:33 – The problem with a lot of American culture is it teaches you to chase the exceptions and not the exceptional.

1:25 – Tony Sherman and Tim Parker talk about Tim’s article in LinkedIn called “The Business Framework – A Case for Leadership”.

2:00 – Tim introduces himself and talks about his background, hobbies and favorite music.

5:11 – Tony asks Tim about the significant wins in his career that can serve as lessons for the listeners.

6:18 – How does leadership and management come together as a mix?

7:45 – “The danger in being too technical” discussion.

8:40 – Tim talks about the major struggles and road blocks that he has encountered.

10:50 – “People don’t leave bad companies, they leave bad bosses.” Discussion about how to reduce friction, reduce confusion to make sure you retain good employees.

16:18 – Giving an employee purpose can help them become dedicated to strive for better results.

17:30 – Tim talks about how he became the leader he is today.

19:01 – Understanding the value of mentorship.

22:05 – Episode closing


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