In this week’s episode, we flipped the script and interviewed our usual host, Mike about his business Keepsake Tales. Mike shares about the highs and lows of his entrepreneurial journey, the importance of customer discovery, a great team, and his vision to help every child understand that they are one of a kind and intrinsically valuable by seeing themselves represented as the protagonists of their very own Keepsake Tale.
In this week’s episode, Tracy and Mike interview Krista Covey, the President of First Flight Venture Center. We have an exciting episode exploring the entrepreneurial ecosystem, the joys and excitement of the start-up world, and how Krista and her team work together to deliver exceptional support to high-science start ups.
In this week’s episode, Tracy and Mike interview Dino Skerlos, the Outsourced Vice President of Sales at Sales Xceleration. We dive into many important topics from setting sales goals, how sales and marketing can work better together, and how you can foster friendly competition and most importantly collaboration within your teams.
In this week’s episode, Tracy and Mike interview Mary Beth Knapp, Board of Directors President, and Megan Price, Rescue Manager at the Humane Society of York County located in Fort Mill, South Carolina. This episode is part of our non-profit spotlight, where we explore how leaders support their teams, and allow our audience to share their ideas and insights via our social media at #askteames.
In this week’s episode, Tracy and Mike interview David Harkins who is a strategic change consultant and a professor of entrepreneurship.
In this week’s episode, Tracy and Mike interview Tracie Sponenberg, Chief People Officer of the Granite Group. A great conversation on how leaders can build communications, support their teams and ultimately put people first.
In this week’s episode, Tracy and Mike interview Michelle Tracz, CPA, CFE,PLLC. Michelle is the founder and owner of Michelle Tracz CPA firm, and an active leader in the North Carolina business community. We spoke to her about how she and her team help organizations build a strong foundation, adapt to changing conditions and how she integrates into their teams to support their growth.
In this week’s episode, Tracy and Mike interview Jon Jones, the CEO of Anthroware. Anthroware is a team of brilliant strategists, developers, designers, and engineers who build software for humans. Their mission is to untangle the complexity in routine workflows by creating digital tools that automate, streamline, and simplify processes.
In this week’s episode, Tracy speaks to Chris Gorges, Founder and CEO of Thompson and Prince, a Branding and Creative Agency. We cover a variety of topics, but focus on how Chris has built an incredible network, how this “extended team” helps him better serve his customers, and how he approaches providing an exceptional customer experience. As a brand builder, Chris has a unique perspective of the customer experience, and we hope you enjoy our discussion.
This week we are revisiting best practices in leadership training. As we prepare for the TEAMES Global launch this week (June 29, 2021), we have been receiving many inquiries about leadership training and how to best train leaders at each stage in their career. We hope you enjoy this re-play. Sign up for updates from TEAMES Global and all of our courses as they launch! And all students can request access to our private LiinkedIn Group - TEAMES Global and join the conversation with other leaders on empowering teams as they achieve ambitious strategies and deliver exceptional customer experiences.
In this week’s episode, Mike interviews Kaleb Hupp, a former infantry officer in the army, and currently an owner and partner at Rally Point Wealth Management. Mike and Kaleb talk about Kaleb’s experiences in the army and how his lessons in leadership, organizational effectiveness, and strategy have translated to his career as a management consultant, and now as an entrepreneur.
In this week’s episode, Tracy and Mike speak about the launch of TEAMES Global. This is a great episode where the TEAMES & Co team highlights how they practice what they preach – listening to customers and developing products based on customer demand. They walk through the intent behind their TEAMES Global launch and the products that they’re creating.
Are you ready to become a better leader? Tune in to learn more about the new TEAMES Global offering.
In this week’s episode, Tracy and Mike speak about Strategic Planning. This is a great episode that builds off of our previous discussion on Current State Analysis. As organizations are in new phases of planning, we highlight some tips and insights that we have learned from leading a variety of strategic planning processes. Are you ready to kick off your strategic plan? Tune in to learn a few of our best practices.
In this week’s episode, Tracy Eames and Mike Vaggalis interview Clyde Brown, Vice President of Program Management at RTriad Enterprises, LLC. Clyde shares with Mike and Tracy more about RTriad’s work to build the field of cyber security while also supporting people as they look to join the growing field.
Through their KnowWon community and apprenticeship program, they are leading the way in expanding cyber security and delivering solutions for clients. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about how you can train your teams, build better customer relationships, and continue developing throughout your career.
In this week’s episode, Tracy and Mike discuss how leaders can use a current state analysis to understand where their business is today, where their teams may be experiencing friction points, and the value their customers, clients or members feel they are delivering. This information can help leadership understand how to improve the customer experience, empower their teams to deliver greater value.
As we all navigate a new level of change each day, current state analysis can help us ensure we are on track and positioned for maximum growth.
In this week’s episode, Tracy and Mike discuss how leaders can best support their teams as they navigate hybrid work or continue working from home. We discuss how to build feedback loops and help teams transition into a new phase of our work processes. For your team this may be coming back to the office, continuing to work from home, or a hybrid work model.
In this week’s episode, we had the pleasure of speaking with Catherine Hayes, DMD, SM, DMSc, CPCC, PCC. Catherine is the Author of “Everything Is Going to Be Okay!: From the Projects to Harvard to Freedom”. In addition to being an acclaimed author, Catherine is an Enneagram expert, and shared her insights on how the enneagram can help team members build self awareness and foster better communication across their teams.
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