People Management and People Innovation are dynamic concepts in today's dynamic space. Joining with me in this show are successful business leaders and entrepreneurs, sharing their key ingredients in their business success.
We’re here to share the real stories of today’s business boots trappers!
MSMP 147: Deanna Figurito on Attrition Reduction Through Leadership Development
Joining me in today’s episode of the Mads Singers Management Podcast is Deanna Figurito! Deanna and I discussed how she helps businesses reduce attrition rates through value-based impact in the form of leadership development. Deanna emphasizes the importance of intentional one-on-ones and coaching to help people realize their shared beliefs with the company they are working with. Discover more on how to values-based leadership development can reduce your attrition rate!
MSMP 146: Andrew Venture on Financial Delegation and Staff Delegation Importance
Andrew Venture is joining me in today’s episode of Mads Singers Management Podcast! Andrew considers Operational Consulting the foundation of what he does and is now looking to help small-medium businesses scale up using systems and techniques around financial delegation and staff delegation. Andrew believes that financial delegation must be practiced with a staged approach for a company to scale up. It retains accountability while giving away a certain level of autonomy. This approach is where his effective staff delegation comes in concerning operational needs. Find out more in this episode and learn more about the importance of financial delegation and staff delegation!
MSMP 145: Julia Starzyk on Effective Communication for Effective Management
Today's guest for the Mads Singers Management Podcast is Julia Starzyk! Julia runs a Project Management and Construction Consultancy specializing in refurbishments ranging from £3-6M.
Julia initially worked in central London's high-end residential market for the past decade, delivering some of the finest, perfectly tailored homes.
MSMP 144: Skye Barbour on Building a Team to Grow a Sustainable Business
Joining me on today’s episode of the Mads Singers Management Podcast is none other than Skye Barbour. Growing up with entrepreneurial parents, Skye knew she wanted her own business. Still, unlike her parents, she didn’t want to follow in their footsteps where she had to give up something to pursue her dreams. Skye wanted the best of both worlds. Skye wanted to earn great money and be a present and great mother to her children. Because of her experiences, Skye was able to see what real-life leadership was like, complete with challenges in handling people and operations. She even got to make all the mistakes under the sun, but Skye could grow a long-term sustainable business despite all these. Skye knew she had to leap after experiencing burnout and being pregnant with her first child.
MSMP 143: Louise Ledbrook on Reaching Your Goals with Rules and Boundaries
Joining me in today's episode of the Mads Singers Management Podcast is none other than Louise Ledbrook. Louise is a Productivity Specialist, High-Performance Executive Coach, Innovator, Speaker, and Author. She loves helping people transform their lives to achieve their goals in life or their business by fulfilling their dreams.
MSMP 142: Jessica Eastman Stewart on Systems that Support Management to Manage Teams Effectively
Today’s guest on the Mads Singers Management Podcast is Jessica Eastman Stewart. Jessica is a coach, consultant, and the founder of Joyfully Managed Family. This community helps make the day-to-day management of home and family life a little easier and more joyful. A former co-founder for a non-profit organization for ten years and coached leaders, Jessica now creates content where she helps anyone in the world manage their home and family. An intentional manager, Jessica first became a manager back in 2009, and since then, she has loved talking about it, coaching others, and even writing blogs about it.
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