42 min

Mike Handcock - Only Constant in the Universe is Change Leadership Is Changing

    • Management

Entrepreneur and inspiring speaker, Mike describes himself as an innovator, motivator, professional speaker, author and musician. He has presented in over 80 cities globally.
One of only 25 speakers Globally to have the CSP Global. Mike was NZ Speaker of the Year 2014 (other National Awards in 2007, 2009 and 2011). He has been mentioned by President Bill Clinton for his Philanthropic endeavours. He is the award winning author of 13 Books, a musician with 11 albums and a No#1 hit and consistently makes over $1m a year from speaking.
On this episode:
Mike Hancock charts his journey to his first management job at the young age of twenty.
Learn the importance of learning multiple different positions, skills, and ways of doing things.
Mike shares why Alexander the Great is his favorite leader.
Hear how CEO’s should change their relationship to their employees.
Key Takeaways:
In our modern society, we don’t have to pivot every six months, we have to pivot every month.
Everyone expects everything to be individualized to them.
React, but don’t be overreactive.


Tweetable Quote:
“The only constant in the universe is change.”


Mike Hancock:
https://www.captiveaudience.co.nz/speakers/mike-handcock (https://www.captiveaudience.co.nz/speakers/mike-handcock)


Denis Gianoutsos:
denis@leadingchangepartners.com
https://my.captivate.fm/www.LeadingChangePartners.com%C2%A0 (www.LeadingChangePartners.com )

Entrepreneur and inspiring speaker, Mike describes himself as an innovator, motivator, professional speaker, author and musician. He has presented in over 80 cities globally.
One of only 25 speakers Globally to have the CSP Global. Mike was NZ Speaker of the Year 2014 (other National Awards in 2007, 2009 and 2011). He has been mentioned by President Bill Clinton for his Philanthropic endeavours. He is the award winning author of 13 Books, a musician with 11 albums and a No#1 hit and consistently makes over $1m a year from speaking.
On this episode:
Mike Hancock charts his journey to his first management job at the young age of twenty.
Learn the importance of learning multiple different positions, skills, and ways of doing things.
Mike shares why Alexander the Great is his favorite leader.
Hear how CEO’s should change their relationship to their employees.
Key Takeaways:
In our modern society, we don’t have to pivot every six months, we have to pivot every month.
Everyone expects everything to be individualized to them.
React, but don’t be overreactive.


Tweetable Quote:
“The only constant in the universe is change.”


Mike Hancock:
https://www.captiveaudience.co.nz/speakers/mike-handcock (https://www.captiveaudience.co.nz/speakers/mike-handcock)


Denis Gianoutsos:
denis@leadingchangepartners.com
https://my.captivate.fm/www.LeadingChangePartners.com%C2%A0 (www.LeadingChangePartners.com )

42 min