InnovaBuzz Newsletter 20 November 2019
Welcome to your weekly InnovaBuzz Newsletter — a roundup of what’s new and noteworthy in Marketing, Podcasting and Innovation, what’s been happening on the InnovaBuzz Podcast and more.
In this episode, our guest is Mike Paton, who is the Visionary at EOS Worldwide, Certified EOS Implementer at Achieve Traction, an author, and a speaker.
Paton discovered the Entrepreneurial Operating System about 12 years ago and he instantly recognized the power of this simple, holistic “way of operating” a small business. He became a passionate advocate, joined the Professional EOS Implementer Community, and dedicated himself to helping other entrepreneurs get what they want from their businesses. Since then, Paton has conducted more than 1,200 full-day sessions with the leadership teams of more than 110 companies and helped thousands more entrepreneurs by sharing EOS in dynamic talks and workshops the world over. During that journey, Paton wrote “Get A Grip: An Entrepreneurial Fable” with Gino Wickman and then succeeded Gino in the role of Visionary for EOS Worldwide. In that role, he leads a close-knit community of more than 250 Professional EOS Implementers around the globe — each passionate about helping entrepreneurs run better businesses and live better lives.
In our discussion, Paton talked to us about:
- The EOS system as a simple framework for aligning all people in the business to one clear vision and to having the right people in the right seats
- How a focus on clear definitions and tracking leading indicators will keep things moving towards your goal
- Taking clarity breaks to get new ideas
In this episode, our guest is Jane Beddall, founder of Dovetail Resolutions and host of the Crafting Solutions to Conflict podcast.
After working as a mediator and attorney for a number of years, Jane founded Dovetail Resolutions to provide mediation services helping parties in conflict reach resolutions tailored to their interests. Her specific focus now is to work as a family business mediator and family wealth mediator. Jane is fascinated by conflict: mediating, plus speaking, writing, teaching, and always learning about how to keep ourselves out of damaging conflict when we can and how to manage it when it does occur.
In our discussion, Jane talked to us about:
- The role of conflict in creativity, brainstorming and how to have constructive conflict
- Communication in conflict and owning your communication and reactions
- The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly type of conflict
by Colin Gray
No doubt you know it’s a good idea to prepare when you’re running a podcast interview. Unless you’re Mark Maron, a lack of prep is just plain lazy. But, what if you’re on the other end of the mic? Are there things you can do to be a great podcast interviewee?
In this article, The Podcast Host, Colin Gray, lays out out a range of things you can do to make sure your podcast appearance is unforgettable.
Colin was our guest on episode 131 of the InnovaBuzz Podcast.
Interested? Keep reading to find out how to be a great podcast interviewee.
Podcasting is an excellent way to promote your business, connect with influencers, and establish yourself as an expert in your field. It is also great fun!
Make clever and strategic podcasting a fundamental pillar of your marketing and open a whole range of opportunities to help your target audience.
If you want to participate in the Podcasting Tsunami, with your own podcast that positions you as an expert and is your very own PR and media platform, click the button below.
CQ for Global Leaders Podcast
A brand is a promise. It’s a promise to deliver on what it says it will do.
As leaders, we each have our own personal brand — something we want to be known for. That’s why it’s important for leaders to be conscious of the reputation they want to build.
In this episode of the CQ for Global Leaders Podcast, Dr. Tom Verghese discusses how leaders can brand themselves and be known for their purpose.
After the Waiting Room Podcast
In this episode of the After the Waiting Room Podcast, Myotherapist Shayne Sullivan, tells the story of a strong man and the meek and mild therapist.
She explores the power of the yin or feminine energy as the subtle art of stepping aside whenever we find ourselves in situations that aren’t serving us or around people who constantly upset or threaten us.
UP NEXT ON INNOVABUZZ PODCAST
We’ve got more fantastic guests lined up! Look out for these InnovaBuzz episodes to publish this coming week, where we share all kinds of tips and strategies around innovation, leadership, and modern marketing.
Great insights from Vivian Goh of Simple Wealth Coaching about the money mindset and Andrew Van De Beek of Illumin8 about building a business to serve your life.
Watch out for these episodes to publish next week!
That’s all for this week.
Remember to BE AWESOME and KEEP INNOVATING.
Originally published at https://www.getdrip.com.