19 episodes

We all want to do work we love, and as leaders, entrepreneurs and employees, wouldn’t it be great to create workplaces where work feels like play?

Where people are tuned in to changes going on in the world around them? Where they’re constantly learning, spotting new opportunities, and taking action to go after them? These traits are essential to an organization's agility and success.

In the Fearless Growth podcast, Amanda Setili and her guests explore the mindsets and choices that lead individuals, leaders and their organizations to outstanding performance.

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We all want to do work we love, and as leaders, entrepreneurs and employees, wouldn’t it be great to create workplaces where work feels like play?

Where people are tuned in to changes going on in the world around them? Where they’re constantly learning, spotting new opportunities, and taking action to go after them? These traits are essential to an organization's agility and success.

In the Fearless Growth podcast, Amanda Setili and her guests explore the mindsets and choices that lead individuals, leaders and their organizations to outstanding performance.

    Colleen Francis on the Sales Revolution

    Colleen Francis on the Sales Revolution

    Colleen Francis provides a proven, realistic game plan to creatively adapt our sales and marketing efforts in a topsy-turvy world.

    She is an award-winning speaker, consultant, and the author of Right on the Money: New Principles for Bold Growth.

    A successful sales leader for over 20 years, Colleen’s results have attracted hundreds of industry-leading clients, including Chevron, John Deere, NCR, Trend Micro, Merck, Abbott, Experian, Royal Bank, and Dow.

    Colleen is a recognized thought leader in sales leadership, an inductee in the Professional Speaker Hall of Fame, and has been named the #1 sales influencer to follow by LinkedIn.

    • 44 min
    Play the Long Game, with Dorie Clark

    Play the Long Game, with Dorie Clark

    Today’s guest teaches us that by playing the long game, we future-proof our career.

    I’ve known Dorie Clark for 11 years, and it was so much fun to have her on my podcast. I especially loved her story about a woman who became part of her Recognized Expert community and got back in touch a year later to thank Dorie. “I made one million dollars in my first year!” she reported. But that’s not the best part, which is that the woman is 80 years old.

    This is an example of what Dorie does so well: to inspire others to reach higher and to give them the skills and tools necessary to succeed. Join us to hear countless actionable tips, including gems from her latest book, The Long Game: How to Be a Long-Term Thinker in a Short-Term World.

    Dorie teaches executive education at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business.

    She has been named one of the Top 50 business thinkers in the world by Thinkers50, and was recognized as the #1 Communication Coach in the world by the Marshall Goldsmith Leading Global Coaches Awards.

    • 46 min
    What Makes Google Culture Special? Guest Neil Hoyne, Google's Chief Measurement Strategist

    What Makes Google Culture Special? Guest Neil Hoyne, Google's Chief Measurement Strategist

    What makes Google’s culture so special that it has enabled them to have a 22% compound annual growth rate for a decade? How do they promote collaboration and keep growing even though they are already a huge company?

    In part two of my conversation with Neil Hoyne, he shares insights into practices behind this amazing performance. As the Chief Measurement Strategist at Google, Neil has led more than 2,500 engagements with the world’s biggest advertisers and has generated billions of dollars in incremental revenue for these customers.

    His new book is called Converted: The Data-Driven Way to Win Customers' Hearts.

    • 38 min
    The World is in Need of a New Model of Leadership; Ken Blanchard and Randy Conley

    The World is in Need of a New Model of Leadership; Ken Blanchard and Randy Conley

    The world is in desperate need for a new model of leadership, say Ken Blanchard and Randy Conley. We have seen the results of self-centered leadership, the kind that loves power and status. They make the case that it’s just not working for us.

    The two are the authors of the new book, “Simple Truths of Leadership: 52 Ways to Be a Servant Leader and Build Trust”, which features one simple truth for each week in a year. It’s an elegantly powerful approach to sharing some big ideas, many of which Ken and Randy highlight in this podcast.

    The legendary Ken Blanchard is the co-author of more than 65 books; including “The One Minute Manager,” and is one of the top 25 bestselling authors of all time. Randy Conley is Vice President of Global Professional Services and Trust Practice Leader at the Ken Blanchard Companies.

    • 48 min
    Google’s Chief Measurement Strategist, Neil Hoyne, on using data to win customers’ hearts

    Google’s Chief Measurement Strategist, Neil Hoyne, on using data to win customers’ hearts

    What makes a successful data-driven company?

    Today’s guest says that it has very little to do with the company’s ability to analyze massive data sets. Rather, what’s most important is identifying the right questions to ask, and then finding the simplest ways to answer these questions.

    Neil Hoyne is the Chief Measurement Strategist at Google. He has led more than 2500 engagements with the world’s biggest advertisers and has generated billions of dollars in incremental revenue for these customers.

    His new book is called Converted: The Data-Driven Way to Win Customers' Hearts.

    If you are wondering how a data professional at the top of his game is able to go to work every single morning with the ability to explore whatever he finds interesting that day, don’t miss my latest podcast episode with Neil.

    • 28 min
    Roberta Matuson on Difficult Conversations

    Roberta Matuson on Difficult Conversations

    If you want to understand what often stops teams from being more productive and successful, look no further than the tendency of most people to avoid difficult conversations.

    Recognizing this fact, leadership and talent expert Roberta Matuson developed seven principles that take the edge off such conversations and makes it easier for all involved to sit down and talk effectively.

    She writes about them in her latest book Can We Talk?: Seven Principles for Managing Difficult Conversations at Work.

    If you have something that needs to be said, don’t miss my latest podcast episode with Roberta.

    • 30 min

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