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Episode 15: Fixing Bad Company Culture [part 2]

In our recent LinkedIn survey, 60% of CEO respondents said the most pressing issue keeping them awake at night is fixing dysfunctional culture. Check out part 2 of our 3-part series on fixing dysfunctional culture where Patsy, Leb and Patrick cover 2 major functions of your business impacting your culture and how you can leverage…

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Episode 14: Fixing Bad Company Culture [part 1]

In our recent LinkedIn survey, 60% of CEO respondents said the most pressing issue keeping them awake at night is fixing dysfunctional culture. Since our goal is to help you sleep at night by solving those issues, Episode 14 kicks off a multi-episode series on just that: Fixing Dysfunctional Culture. In This Episode 2:50 The…

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Episode 13: Interview with Teri Johnson and Doug Lacher, Partners at Fellner & Kuhn

What happens when 4 individual contributors are given the all-or-none-of-you option of purchasing an accounting firm with decades of history in a primarily male-dominated industry?  Check out this episode of The Frustrated CEO to hear how, 10 years later, Teri Johnson and Doug Lacher have completely changed the culture at Fellner & Kuhn while learning…

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Episode 12: Interview with Marc Reifenrath of Spinutech

What CEO of a successful and growing company would risk upsetting the apple cart by merging with another firm, slowing sales and firing clients in the middle of a pandemic with 170 employees working virtually across the country? Meet CEO Marc Reifenrath whose courageous leadership guided Spinutech onto the Inc. 5000 list with a highly…

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Episode 11: Interview with Carmen Bianco and Loriann Hoffman of NYC Transit

As CEO of New York City Transit, the busiest people-moving system in the world, Carmen Bianco led 50,000 employees with an annual budget above $10 billion dollars. At the helm during Superstorm Sandy, Carmen and his team brought mass transit back up in record time to assist New York in its recovery. And with the…

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Episode 10: Interview with Ben Pring, VP, Head of Thought Leadership & Managing Director – Center for the Future of Work

Grab a pad and pen and be ready to take notes on this one! Award-winning author and global business thought-leader Ben Pring joins the show to address the hottest issues keeping CEOs awake at night. Hear why you can’t afford to miss The Green Rush, how your business must adapt to embrace AI, the evolution of…

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Episode 9: Leadership Presence with Katherine Johnson

Katherine Johnson, Founder of The Leadership Presence Lab + True Self Presence Consulting, comes on the show to discuss your presence as a leader.  As a CEO, your presence matters! It creates the filter through which everything you say and do is evaluated. Being grounded in your own authentic alignment allow you to have greater…

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Episode 8: interview with Mark Williams of Brokers International

Mark Williams, CEO of Brokers International and author of Lead, Don’t Manage: 12 Lessons in Creating a Leadership Culture Based on Core Values, joins Patrick, Patsy and Leb for an engaging, in-depth interview about the challenges of leading in a pandemic, operating without a playbook, hearing the voice of the customer, improving diversity & inclusion, making…

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Episode 7: Challenges of Simplified Strategic Planning in a Digital World

 In this episode we will be examining the frustrating challenges of leading your organization with on – point strategic planning in a world of constant change and executing effectively with a remote and digital workforce. In This Episode 3:25  What it means to live in a digital space 9:07  What it means to have integrity…

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Episode 6: Was It Really A Bad Hire

Too often, new employees hired with high expectations struggle, fail and “flame out” within the first two years, almost always leading someone to suggest “that was a bad hire!”. But when it comes to fixing the root of new-hire turnover in your organization, hindsight isn’t always 20/20. As the CEO, when can you accept that…

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