People Catalysts Podcast

The People Catalysts Podcast

In business and life…relationships are everything. We host The People Catalysts’ Podcast where we interview top business leaders and learn how they build relationships with their teams, clients, and those that promote and refer them. These 3 relationships are key for every business and organization. We help people learn how to improve all 3 on their path to excellence.

 

The One Minute Manager spends one minute on goals in the morning, one minute praising people, and one minute on reprimands (or re-directs as changed in The New One Minute Manager).  The One Minute Mangler can throw people under the train in less than a minute.  Listen to the podcast here:    “The One Minute Mangler”  Karla Nelson:  And welcome to The People Catalyst Podcast Allen Fahden.   Allen Fahden:  Hello Karla. I’m excited about today.   Karla Nelson:  Today is going to be a fun day as
Stephen Covey shared the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People in 1989.  Karla Nelson and Allen Fahden add a little to his great discourse, looking at what are the habits of Highly Defective people. They answer questions like “How do you not put the sin in synergy?” “Are you being broactive instead of proactive?” and “Do you put the worst or first things first?”    Listen to the podcast here:    7 Habits of Highly Defective People   Karla Nelson:  Welcome to the People Catalyst Podcast, my
Here’s a trivia question: If Christmas is celebrated on December 25, and Valentine’s Day on February 14, when should we celebrate the Fourth of July? Duh, right? Well, not so fast.  Maybe it should be July 2nd. Congress voted for independence from England on July 2nd. 12 of the 13 colonies voted yes, while the New York delegation had to go home and get permission.  Or maybe it should be August 2nd, the date of
Simon Sinek’s Start with Why book is brilliant, and so is his Ted talk with 40 million+ views. But if you’re doing something other than marketing messages, something is missing.    The book and the Ted talk about how great leaders inspire people to take action. We agree, but it’s often not action that sustains itself. More on that in 30 seconds.    Why it’s a goodBook.  His insight, that the why comes before the what and the how
When 70% of the people hate their jobs and 90% of CEOs fail because they can’t implement new ideas in their own company  it’s time to take a new look at the way we do our work.  It doesn’t matter what color your parachute is if it doesn’t open.  The real title, What Color is Your Parachute?, by Richard Nelson Bolles has sold more than 10 million copies since its introduction in 1975. Unlike so many business books, they update it every year.  
18 companies were listed in “Built to Last”, but were they really “Built to LAPSE”? https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/what-happened-worlds-greatest-companies-chris-bradley/ Listen to the podcast here: “BUILT TO LAPSE” Karla Nelson:  And welcome to The People Catalysts Podcast, Allen Fahden Allen Fahden:  Good afternoon. Karla Nelson:  Good afternoon, sir, how are you today? Allen Fahden:  Beautiful afternoon, because afternoon follows morning, and morning is always great. Karla Nelson:  So the book we’re going to talk about today is Jim Collins
Is your organization “In Search of Extra Lunch” instead of “In Search of Excellence”? The clock and the calendar determine who should be the leader, not your organizational structure.  Learn more with Allen and Karla! https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/what-happened-worlds-greatest-companies-chris-bradley/ Listen to the podcast here: “IN SEARCH OF EXTRA LUNCH” Karla Nelson:  Welcome to the People Catalysts’ Podcast Allen. Allen Fahden:  Hello, Karla. Karla Nelson:  Hey there. How are you doing today? Allen Fahden:  I am happy that it’s morning.
Should “Good to Great” have been “Good to Grave?” In 2001, Jim Collins wrote this book about why some companies achieve greatness, but most do not.  He listed 11 companies that were all GREAT….at the time.  How have they faired since then? https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/what-happened-worlds-greatest-companies-chris-bradley/ Listen to the podcast here: “GOOD TO GREAT” Karla Nelson:  Welcome to the People Catalyst Podcast, Allen Fahden. Allen Fahden:  Hello, Karla. How are you doing? Karla Nelson:  I’m doing fantastic today.
“Who Moved My Cheese,” by Dr. Spencer Johnson, sold over 26 million copies.  It’s an incredible best-selling book.  Join us on this episode of The People Catalyst Podcast where Allen Fahden and Karla Nelson discuss how you can remove the frustration of bottlenecks within your business when dealing with change. Listen to the podcast here: “WHO CHEESED MY MOVE?” Karla Nelson:  Welcome to the People Catalysts Podcast, Allen Fahden. Allen Fahden:  Yeah, Karla, I’m looking
Are people different? Of course they are! So how do you approach your clients and promoters based on what THEIR strength is? The 8th of an 8-part series exploring how to be a People Catalyst.  In the series we focus on “ME”, your individual core nature; “WE”, two people with different strengths interacting; “US”, a team working together; and “ALL”, how to work as an entire organization. This episode focuses on Clients and Promoters, who you

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