Tim Parker on the Changing Face of Leadership in the 21st Century Show Notes


In this episode of Impact Teams Radio, Implementation Rabbi Tony Sherman interviews return guest Tim Parker, Executive Coach, Leadership & Management Consultant and Special Project Management. Tim is the President of Parker Resource Management.


Tim Parker on the Changing Face of Leadership in the 21st Century


Introduction of Episode

1:00 – Tony Sherman introduces return guest Tim Parker.

2:00 – Tony and Tim discuss the difference of leadership then and now.

4:10 – Tony shares how he became a manager.

8:00 – Discussion about how to attain success in professional services teams. “It is the people that is the key to success and not necessarily the infrastructure, technology and the process.”

8:40 – Discussion about how organizations were modeled before and how it evolved.

10:04 – Tony shares how a good leader should approach things. “Purpose is always a key factor.”

13:00 – Tony shares a story about a good model of leadership.

15:55 – A leader needs to understand how to demonstrate his expertise in order for professional services teams to absorb what they need.

18:22 – Tim shares what his favorite book is and explains why it is his favorite.

20:04 – Tim shares his favorite internet tool for current and aspiring leaders.

21:06 – Tim shares one key tip that listeners should ponder on. Tim explains that as leaders, we should focus more on being happy on the moment and not on landing that corner office or making tons of money. Tim says that as leaders, this is what should be done right now.

22:55 – Episode Closing

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