In this episode, we’re talking about a topic that is crucial for all leaders - having a strong second-in-command! We’re thrilled to have Cameron Herold, a former COO and business coach, join us as our guest. With over 1,000 entrepreneurs and CEOs under his belt, Cameron has a wealth of knowledge to share on this topic.
We’ll be discussing everything from what qualities to look for in a potential second-in-command, to how to communicate effectively and establish trust. And we’ll be covering the role a second-in-command plays in decision-making and problem-solving. Plus, we’ll talk about the benefits of a well-functioning second-in-command relationship for both the leader and the company.
So, if you’re a leader or entrepreneur looking to build a high-performing team and create a successful business, this episode is a must-listen! We’ll be asking Cameron questions like:
How do you know if someone is ready to step into the role of a second-in-command?What are some common mistakes leaders make when working with their second-in-command?How can you ensure that your second-in-command is aligned with your company’s goals and vision?Key Questions Answered In This Episode:
How do you know if someone is ready to take on the role of a second-in-command?What are some common mistakes leaders make when working with their second-in-command?How can leaders ensure that their second-in-command is aligned with the company’s goals and vision?How does having a strong second-in-command impact your personal and professional growth as a leader?This episode will be valuable for leaders and entrepreneurs who are looking to build a high-performing team and create a sustainable, successful business. Tune in for insights and practical advice from Cameron Herold on how to lead up and lead down effectively.
We’re excited to dive into this topic with Cameron and to share his insights and practical advice with you on how to lead up and lead down effectively.
Cameron Herold is a former COO and business coach with over two decades of experience in the industry. He is known for his work with over 1,000 entrepreneurs and CEOs, helping them grow their businesses and reach their full potential. Cameron is a sought-after speaker and has been featured in numerous media outlets, including The New York Times, Forbes, and Inc. Magazine. He is the author of several books, including "Double Double" and "Meetings Suck". With his wealth of knowledge and practical experience, Cameron is considered a leading expert on business growth and leadership.