Logo

Leading Through Change: Lessons From a CEO, a CMO, and VP of Sales - Shared screen with speaker view
Stephanie Blair moderator
19:53
Reminder to drop questions here!
Sarah Mead
20:52
I love what you said about building the adaptation mindset. Do you have any recommendations/strategies for actually making this happen at a company?
Stephanie Blair moderator
21:48
Thanks @Sarah Mead - will tackle this in a moment!
Gary Aronhalt
25:46
Was that HBR podcast called “Coaching Real Leaders”?
Michelle Benfer
26:25
https://hbr.org/2020/12/podcast-coaching-real-leaders
Michelle Benfer
26:30
That’s the one :-)
Gary Aronhalt
27:18
👍🏻
Charlie Ezgur
28:52
At the outset of a leadership endeavor, how can leaders internalize change as a positive process when there have not been any tangible results to validate strategy or provide a sense of certainty?
SARAH MILBY
30:11
This is the article I referenced earlier: https://hbr.org/2010/07/how-will-you-measure-your-life
Gary Aronhalt
38:57
I love this idea of collaborating early instead of doing a heroic project on one’s own… how do we create a culture of collaboration when it seems promotions, raises, commissions, etc are a more tied to heroic individualism?
Gary Aronhalt
40:12
Said more succinctly, how do we better incentivize collaboration & process?
Elizabeth Henske
45:04
you mentioned 360 feedback and other forms of feedback from people we lead or work with. How do you balance this - it’s sometimes hard not to over-react or over-correct to negative feedback
Jess Wilkeyson
48:51
Yes! @Sarah + communicating what I expect from you and what you should expect from me as your leader (at the start of a year, for example - or entering a new leadership role) — the combo of the two is super powerful.
Stephanie Blair moderator
54:26
Thank you @Jessica Wilkeyson - super important call out to make the convo a 2-way street
Angela Workman
54:42
I love that !
Charlie Ezgur
54:54
How can we strike the balance of task and relationship-oriented leadership to ensure that objectives are complete in a timely manner while not placing strain on relationships in the process of holding a team accountable?
Daniela Lazarevic
01:00:07
I have to run to another meeting but this has been so valuable and timely. Thank you!
Stephanie Blair moderator
01:00:16
Thanks Daniela - glad to have you here
Holly Brooks
01:07:46
Authenticity
Charlie Ezgur
01:07:47
Authentic
Jess Wilkeyson
01:07:49
Transparency
Elizabeth Henske
01:07:53
understand
Alex Gardner
01:07:53
Servant
Richard Berenson
01:07:54
Vulnerability
Kristin Menard
01:07:59
Flexible
Jess Wilkeyson
01:08:00
Safety
Angela Workman
01:08:03
inspirational
Joe Jacobi
01:08:04
GREAT conversation today - thank you!!
Holly Brooks
01:08:10
Thanks so much to all of you - this was excellent!
Richard Berenson
01:08:15
This was inspiring! Thank you
Natasha Habert
01:08:25
This was fantastic - Thank you all so much for your insight and takeaways!
Sarah Mead
01:08:27
Thank you so much, really appreciate you all taking the time today!
Angela Workman
01:08:29
Thank You all so much this was life affirming!
David Kenny
01:08:39
Yes, thank you!!!