Metronomics: Helping Businesses Create A United System With Shannon Byrne Susko

TTL 907 Shannon Byrne Susko | Metronomics

Metronomics: Helping Businesses Create A United System With Shannon Byrne Susko

Have you heard of Metronomics? Well, if you are a business leader it might be something you want to know more about. Today’s guest is Shannon Byrne Susko, Founder and CEO of Metronome United. Shannon discusses the framework that has helped CEOs and entrepreneurs achieve success. With Dr. Diane Hamilton, she shares the secrets to help you win the business Olympics with insights from her latest book, Metronomics: One United System to Grow Up Your Team, Company, and Life. Tune in to find out how to create a system for your organization that leads to outcomes for your business.

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TTL 906 | Strategic Approach

The Xbox Culture: Taking The Strategic Approach Towards Problem-Solving With Robbie Bach

Oftentimes, the most complex problems require simple solutions. You just need to take a strategic approach towards problem-solving. These and other valuable lessons are part of this episode as Dr. Diane Hamilton talks to one of the movers and shakers in the creation of the Xbox, Robbie Bach. Robbie takes a look back at 22 years of lessons at Microsoft, including lessons in creativity, leadership and why you should not be afraid to fail. Be inspired by Robbie’s life lessons by tuning in.

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TTL 900 | Leadership

Effective Leadership And Innovation In The Modern Era With Robert Siegel

There are two things in a company, be it a startup or an established business, needs to survive and thrive. They need the vision to innovate and great leadership. In this episode, Dr. Diane Hamilton gets into a conversation with Stanford University Lecturer and Venture Capitalist Robert Siegel about the changes that are happening in the business world today. Robert discusses the way disruptors are changing how the old guard of business operates and how leaders are evolving to keep pace with the changes. Hungry for more? Then tune in to Dr. Diane and her guest.

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TTL896 | Empathy And Emotional Intelligence

Empathy And Emotional Intelligence: A Primer For Women Entrepreneurs With Anika Wilson

Emotional intelligence and empathy are two things we often forget in today’s fast-paced world, yet these remain important not just in our personal lives, but in our professional lives as well. In this episode, Dr. Dianne Hamilton talks to business strategist, industrial organizational psychologist and chief consulting officer Anika Wilson as she shares insights on women of color, entrepreneurship and how emotional intelligence and empathy impacts them. After the interview, Dr. Hamilton then speaks about our perception of reality and how this colors how we communicate and relate with others. Tune in for more insights on leadership with Dr. Hamilton and her guests.

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TTL 892 | Effective Communication

Engagement, Empathy And Effective Communication For Leaders And Families With Krister Ungerböck

What do we need to learn to have an effective communication style? What is the secret sauce towards good communication between people? We find out in this episode as Dr. Diane Hamilton sits down for a talk with former CEO, bestselling author and keynote speaker Krister Ungerböck. Krister talks about his book, 22 Talk SHIFTs and what drove him to write the book on how to communicate, and why communication is key to healthy relationships. Tune in for more communication and engagement secrets in this show.

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TTL 890 | Scale

Do Scale: A Road Map To Growing A Remarkable Company With Les McKeown

Scaling up is one of the most important things that leaders aspire to. It’s time to reach the level of success you have always dreamed of. Dr. Diane Hamilton sits down for a conversation with Les McKeown about the life cycle of all growing organizations, having a road map for your business venture. Les is the Founder of Predictable Success. He is an International Keynote Speaker and the author of Do Scale. Les has over 25 years of global business experience, including starting 42 companies in his own right. You have to be highly curious to build empathy and to see things from other people’s perceptions. You must keep asking questions. He explains the question you should ask yourself to drive you to be the great leader you are meant to be. Tune into this episode and learn how to achieve sustainable growth in your company.

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TTL 884 | Rebel Leadership

Rebel Leadership: Thriving In Uncertain Times With Curiosity And Adaptability With Larry Robertson

The entire world was put to a stop when the pandemic hit, and the disruption called for a change in terms of how leaders adapt. Larry Robertson’s Rebel Leadership was the answer. Larry is an innovation advisor with his work centered around creativity, entrepreneurship, and leadership. In this episode, he joins Dr. Diane Hamilton to discuss this innovative framework for how leaders can and should work with their team to overcome unexpected obstacles. He shares insights from his latest book, Rebel Leadership: How to Thrive in Uncertain Times, to expound on the concept and give thoughtful advice to listeners.

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Making Difficult Conversations Easier With Roberta Matuson And The Power Of Perception With Dr. Diane Hamilton

Workplace conversations can be the most difficult kind of conversation you have. While we tend to avoid them as much as possible, sometimes, it’s better to get them done. In this episode, Dr. Diane Hamilton talks to Roberta Matuson, an expert on maximizing talent and the president of Matuson Consulting. Roberta discusses what makes workplace conversations difficult and tells us why we need them, and how to make things easier.

We’ve had so many guests who have so much to offer to this show but now it’s time to focus on some of our host’s research. Join in as Dr. Diane Hamilton talks about some of her work around perception with Dr. Maya Zelehic, who is one of the people she has worked with at the Forbes School of Business. In this episode, Dr. Diane discusses perception and how it affects our worldview. She also discusses how our perceptions determine our opinions, our version of the truth, our biases, and how we live.

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TTL 871 | Dream Job

Getting Ready To Find Your Dream Job With Kimberly Cummings

Finding and landing your dream job takes a lot of work. You need to be prepared, to have the necessary skills, and of course, some old-fashioned luck and magic help too! In this episode, Dr. Diane Hamilton sits down to talk with career and leadership development expert Kimberly Cummings. Kimberly discusses the current remote work environment, talks about landing your dream job, and plots out strategies that can help you catch that job. Tune in for more tips and strategies to help you find the perfect job.
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TTL 866 Dr. Martin Seldman | Empower People

Providing The Tools To Empower People In The Workplace With Dr. Martin Seldman

There are many challenges in today’s modern workplace, and we need to start empowering people, especially women, to navigate these challenges. In this episode, Dr. Diane Hamilton sits down for an insightful interview with the Chairman and Co-Founder of Optimum Associates, Dr. Martin Seldman. Dr. Seldman talks about his days studying as a Buddhist monk, learning many skills that are taught in universities today. He discusses the traits crucial in modern leaders and discusses the need to empower people in the workplace. Learn more about empowerment by listening to this provocative episode.

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