Strategic Planning

Is Your Tech Team Accountable for Action or Outcomes with Jason Botts

Is Your Tech Team Accountable for Action or Outcomes with Jason Botts

Are you accountable for action or outcomes? Jason Botts is an innovative, results-driven technology leader who creates high-performing teams. He is passionate about creating tech transformation that actually matters to its companies, customers, and stakeholders.

We discussed why benchmarks aren’t good enough and how trust and listening can solve even the worst tech disasters. Listen to this episode where Jason shares one of the worst days on the job – only 90 days after an ERP implementation with some 3 a.m. trust building.

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Old Habits Can’t Create New Results with Tedra White

Old Habits Can’t Create New Results with Tedra White

Change feels hard when we try to use old habits to drive new results. No one knows that better than our very own faculty member, Tedra White. On this episode of the Hot Mess Hotline, we talk through big career transitions; how bad employees create amazing results and how to turn them into great employees that create amazing results; what gets us stuck during transformation; and the power of coaching through all of this.

Tedra shares her coaching perspective, why you might want to work with her, and what to expect. After listening I hope you’ll find her as awesome as I do and see why she’s a natural fit here at Stefanie Krievins & Co.

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The Critical Difference Between Managing Complexity and Micromanaging with Bill Murphy

The Critical Difference Between Managing Complexity and Micromanaging with Bill Murphy

There is a critical difference between managing complexity and micromanaging that all leaders need to know about. Our Hot Mess Hotline guest, Bill Murphy, breaks down how to know when you’ve reached a ceiling of complexity that requires you to step back into the details of the work. This is different from micromanaging, however. And if you’re seeing the same mistakes over and over, yet your team is supposed to have a process in place, you need to lead in a new way. Hear about Bill’s inflection point as a CEO while in a hospital bed and how he became fearless.

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What Successful Leaders Do in Challenging Times with Mike Sipple Jr.

What Successful Leaders Do in Challenging Times with Mike Sipple Jr.

CEO Mike Sipple shares how every mid-level leader is an inspiration, including you! It might not feel that way sometimes.

Good leaders have visions that they guide their teams toward. Great leaders create plans to make that vision a reality. Inspirational leaders know that great learning still happens when the plan doesn’t go according to plan.

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How this President and Founder used her strategic plan to change everything

How this President and Founder used her strategic plan to change everything

If you’ve ever asked yourself, “so why is strategic planning important to a small company?” Sam Julka has your answer.

As the President and Founder of DORIS Research, Sam’s own strategic plan called for specific service areas with a focus on 1-on-1, in-person, in-depth interviews and research to work with clients on their employee  culture within the context of their physical space.

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