As a CEO, you’ve demonstrated your ability to solve complex problems and achieve extraordinary results. You've skills, resources and experience. But you have the potential for even greater impact and a more satisfying legacy. What will it take to multiply your positive impact - in the business, for your people, and in the world at large?
Join Richard Medcalf, Founder of Xquadrant, together with co-host Stephanie Frackowiak and high-impact CEOs from some of the world’s most exciting firms - for a perspective-shifting conversation at the intersection of strategy, leadership and purpose.
Welcome to the Impact Multiplier CEO podcast.
S2E4: Leadership Lessons for Challenging Times - Simon hill
“The ability to engage with your teams in an asynchronous fashion in a world that doesn't need us to just be there immediately at that point in time, has actually become extremely valuable and powerful” - Simon Hill
In this episode of our series Leadership Lessons for Challenging Times, Simon Hill, founder and Chief Executive of Wazoku, an innovative platform, which focuses on releasing ideas and innovation, talks with Xquadrant's Founder Richard Medcalf.
Simon is an innovation leader and expert, as well as a software founder and tech evangelist. He is an expert contributor for The Future Shapers on topics including Innovation Software, Innovation Archetypes, Innovation Ecosystems and more. Simon is also an author, blogger & speaker.
S2E3: LLFCT - Brooks Borcherding (CEO Cloudreach)
“How do you balance professional and personal life as well as the mental fatigue and strain that come with a crisis?" - Brooks Borcherding
In this second episode of our series 'Leadership Lessons for Challenging Times', Brooks Borcherding, Chief Executive of Cloudreach, the leading multi-cloud services provider, talks with Xquadrant's Founder, Richard Medcalf.
Brooks is a tech savvy, results oriented senior executive with extensive go-to-market experience and a distinguished record building, operating and leading high growth technology companies. He is a highly regarded “cloud” industry entrepreneur credited with two extremely successful transactions including the sale of NaviSite to Time Warner Cable and Datto to Vista Equity Partners.
S2E2: LLFCT - Ben Page (CEO Ipsos Mori UK)
“There’s a huge amount of uncertainty, people want to know that somebody has a plan and you’ve got to show-up at this point” - Ben Page
In this first interview in our second season - Leadership Lessons for Challenging Times - Ben Page, Chief Executive of Ipsos Mori UK and Ireland, a leading market research agency, talks with Xquadrant's Founder Richard Medcalf.
Ben is a frequent writer and speaker on trends, leadership and performance management. He is also visiting Professor at Kings College London, a fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences and a Fellow of the Market Research Society.
S2E1: Introducing Leadership Lessons for Challenging Times
Richard introduces the second season of the Impact Multiplier CEO Podcast - Leadership Lessons for Challenging Times.
S1E6: Mastering transformation to create true change in your business
“Everything can shift in a second when you get a new insight, but then you need behaviours to drive that and actually do something with it”
How do you create a systematic framework that everyone in the company can use to create the habits that they need for themselves and the teams? As a CEO or other senior leader, how do you create sustained behaviour change within your team and organisation?
In this episode we’re continuing our series on the 5 Impact Multipliers for high-achieving leaders. You’ll discover multiplier #5 and how to master transformation and build new habits and behaviours.
S1E5: Addressing friction & drama to improve collaboration
“When you get teams and individuals working in a healthy way together then you release all that energy and momentum for strategy”
Ideally your organisation is a multiplier on your ambitions and goals. But sometimes it feels like our organisation creates more drama, friction and stress instead of a virtuous collaboration cycle. How, as CEO or other senior leader, can you systematically address the limitation of collaboration?
In this episode we’re continuing our series on the 5 Impact Multipliers for high-achieving leaders. You’ll discover multiplier #4 and how to build a healthy organisation with collaborative behaviours.
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Up your game!
I love this podcast. I’m fairly young into my career but had the opportunity to meet Richard and work with him briefly here in Paris. Its been so refreshing to understand how even senior managers and professionals further down the road learn how to add dynamite to their teams. It’s given me a frame work to understand how to manage my manager as a direct report and to pay attention to my own behaviors as I grow.
I struggle with limiting noise in agile environnements, such as Uber, and Richard’s insight into this has been priceless.
A gem. I’m excited to keep listening!
Insightful CEO Podcast
I’d recommend the impact multiplier CEO podcast for anyone in a position of responsibility in business. If you have a team or even better a multi-level organisation then you will find plenty of relevant insights thought-provoking ideas and practical actions.
The conversations get past general leadership platitudes and always take an interesting and provocative view on the practical constraints surrounding getting the best out of people in driving strategic change in business.
And the style is informal, positive and direct. Good stuff!
The Impact Multiplier CEO
Awesome content. Very inspiring.