Sandy Sears on Enabling Team Members to Perform Beyond Their Limits Show Notes

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In this episode of Impact Teams Radio, Implementation Rabbi Tony Sherman interviews Sandy Sears. Sandy has a wide array of experience in leadership and management.

Sandy Sears on Enabling Team Members to Perform Beyond Their Limits


Introduction of Episode

0:28 – Tony Sherman introduces guest Sandy Sears.

0:51 – Tony and Sandy talk about their common friend Jeff.

1:35 – Sandy introduces herself, her background and talks about her interest in music.

5:05 – Sandy also talks about her son Dan and his music.

6:22 – Sandy talks about one of her proudest wins which allowed her to elevate her team’s performance beyond their limits and get a very favorable result.

9:15 – Tony and Sandy talk about having faith in the capabilities of your team to learn and use skill within the constraints of a project timeline.

12:02 – Tony shares how he adjusted work wise when he first came to the U.S.

14:10 – Sandy shares the lessons she learned from her successes. Sandy explained that leaders should treat people with respect and be honest with them while being careful not to sound rude or mean.

16:30 – Sandy said that leaders should be ethically inclined in making decisions.

18:24 – Tony shares a story about how the importance of a person in a company can vary.

19:37 – Sandy shares her story about how she developed as a leader.

21:31 – Tony summarizes the discussions in the episode.

22:40 – Episode closing



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