Rated as one of the top podcast hosts, Jim Rembach interviews guests on this unique human-centric leadership podcast that features real-life and personal stories of when they have failed and how they got over the hump. Learn to leadership lessons for delivering better customer service, customer experience, and employee experience. For more than five years, the show has generated thousands of leadership tips, quotes, and inspirational stories in a fun way. Join the fun with the Hump Day Hoedown, where guests provide robust yet rapid answers. Are you ready to hoedown? Woot Woot!
Ty Montague – Reinventing Capitalism
Ty Montague had a career in advertising before getting into the business transformation business. He was doing very well in that job and was finding great success, except for the fact that he hated it. For Ty, the day-to-day activities was not satisfying and it seemed like he was just adding more problems to the world. He was able to get over the hump when Ty faced his fears of leaving the company and starting his own business and making positive change for other people.
Ryan Coon – Delivering Top-Tier Customer Experience for Renters
Ryan Coon’s company was facing a major decision in choosing which part of their market they wanted to focus on. There was a great divide between them, and it was a great challenge to try and fix it. In order to resolve this situation, Ryan Coon got over the hump by talking to the customers and getting feedback from them and simply using that feedback to drive the company forward.
Dan Bruder – Unlocking Potential through Culture, Strategy, and Execution
Dan Bruder was asked to start a bank during his early 20s. While working on this role, Dan realized the potential of success through the help of others when he hired a second-in-command that was really talented. However, after a year, this person quit. Dan was putting on too much of the responsibility to himself and inhibited her ability to be great. From that experience, Dan got over the hump and learned a very valuable lesson in delegating and helping others activate their own potential.
David Wachs – Enhancing the Customer Experience with Handwritten Notes
David Wachs was working for a venture capital firm back in 2004-2005 when he got fired by his boss for allegedly losing some stocks. Not having any money left, David moved back to his home in Arizona and started his first company, Cellit, which quickly became a huge success. It was initially a struggle to launch the company at first, but David got over the hump by trusting in himself and working hard, which eventually resulted to the company’s success.
Jan-Benedict Steenkamp – Leadership Lessons from History
Jan-Benedict Steenkamp was regularly writing many academic publications but became dispirited and demotivated when he was not able to see how his publications could move the needle in someone else’s life. Through reinventing himself, JB started writing business books where leaders and managers could read what he wrote and make a positive impact in their lives. Despite facing opposition from others around him, JB continues to do what he loves and make a positive impact to those around him.
Nate Regier – Unleashing the Potential in Each Person
Nathan Regier was trying to sell to a particular CEO who kept poking holes in everything he was saying. Finally, the CEO pushes Nate to the point where Nate decides not to compromise any further.
After seemingly being kicked out from the office, Nate was surprised when the CEO called him and says he's hired. From that experience, Nate learned that if he wants to be a top leader, he needs to be able to go toe to toe with the worst and to have the backbone to never compromise with his beliefs.
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Jim Rembach is a fantastic host that brings out great content for the listeners. All of the shows that I have listened to have inspired me to improve and become more of my ideal self.