Jeffrey Hayzlett is a primetime television host of C-Suite with Jeffrey Hayzlett and Executive Perspectives on C-Suite TV, and business podcast host The HERO Factor Podcast on C-Suite Radio. He is a global business celebrity, speaker, best-selling author, and Chairman of C-Suite Network, home of the world’s most trusted network of C-Suite leaders. Hayzlett is a well-traveled public speaker, former Fortune 100 CMO, and author of numerous best-selling business books including: The Hero Factor; How Great Leaders Transform Organizations and Create Winning Cultures, Think Big, Act Bigger: The Rewards of Being Relentless, Running the Gauntlet and The Mirror Test.
Hayzlett is one of the most compelling figures in business today and is in five business hall of fames including Speaker Hall of Fame, Sales and Marketing Executives, Business Marketing Hall of Fame, Direct Marketing Hall of Fame, and the Industry Award of Distinction from the National Association of Quick Printers.
As a leading business expert, Hayzlett is frequently cited in
Joe Calloway helps leaders focus on what is truly important, inspires new thinking about effective leadership, and motivates them to immediate action.
Joe is a business author, consultant and speaker whose client list reads like an international Who’s Who in business, ranging from Coca Cola and Verizon to Cadillac and American Express. He also works with small to mid-sized business groups including franchisees, and a range of professional services groups, as well as non-profits and government organizations.
Author of eight books on business performance, including Becoming A Category of One, Be The Best At What Matters Most, Magnetic: The Art Of Attracting Business, Keep it Simple and his latest book Leadership Mindset. His workshops at leadership events in countries around the world include Italy, Sweden, South Africa, England, Swaziland, Canada, Mexico and throughout the Caribbean.
Ever wonder what it takes to thrive in the NFL and what it could teach you about leadership? Karl Mecklenburg, Denver Bronco 4x all pro, AFC Player of the year shares with C-Suite Radio his journey and what it taught him about being a leader in all aspects of life; at work, in relationships, and at home.
How in the world do you go from being a walk-on no scholarship college football player, to squeaking in the door as the 310th 12th round pick by the Denver Broncos. Then play in 6 Pro Bowls, be voted as A.F.C. player of the year, become one of the highest ranked linebackers in the NFL with 1145 tackles, 79 franchise record sacks? And play in three Super Bowls?
In this second episode of my visit with Art Lucas, founder of the Lucas group, one of the largest executive search and contract staffing firms in the country, Art continues to discuss the art and science of the recruiting industry. He shares steps in engagement strategies and how to retain the best of our team. If you haven’t listened to the first part, make sure you schedule time to hear how one of the pioneers in the recruiting industry scaled from a start-up into a global force.
Impact is a word that drives careers. What you accomplish is based on how you impact your job, your clients, your company.
Today’s guest Art Lucas has lived a life of impact, one that has impacted an entire industry. He founded the Lucas group in 1970 based in Atlanta, GA as a small one-man business with the important vision of helping military personnel transition to the civilian workforce after completing their military service.
It’s been fun researching best practices of world-class leaders. When I spoke to Scott Eblin, President of the Eblin Group, I was stunned when he challenged me with this statement:
Leaders control the weather!
After letting it sink in, he continued that in the office the leader literally throws a switch on the atmosphere the team functions in. Is it
If the thought of building a strategic plan makes your eyes glaze over, welcome to the club. Harvard Business Review has a library of articles on the importance and how to’s of building a strategic plan. Yet, I’ve found most approaches stay in the realm of concept without implementation at an operating level. Until I met Jill.
I still vividly remember when I first saw our next guest Jill Hickman in action. She was facilitating a Board of Directors retreat that I had been a part of and I was amazed by the way she created synergy and wrangled naysayers and outliers and developed this vibrant energy. The reason why I wanted her to be a guest on our show is because
Based in Houston, Rob Andrews is Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Allen Austin, a leadership advisory and executive search firm. Rob leads Allen Austin’s global CEO, Consumer Packaged Goods & Durables Practice, and is also a member of the firm’s Leadership Advisory, Private Equity, Industrial and Marketing Officer practices. Building on his earlier career experience as an operating president with major convenience store and supermarket chains, Rob conducts searches for board members, CEO and senior officers across a broad range of sectors. His prior experience with national retail brands includes senior operating, marketing and administrative assignments with revenues of up to $2.4 billion and headcount of 10,600.
Rob is also the architect of Total Performance Leadership. Purpose-driven companies make more money, have more engaged employees and more delighted customers, and are better at innovating than companies without a purpose. At the core of these organizations are authentic and passionate leaders capable of communicating, aligning and mobilizing the entire organization around a shared purpose.
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