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.

 

  Movers, Shakers, Provers, and Makers.  We need them all at the right time.  Who are they really?  This is the fourth in a four-part series that will go in depth on the strengths and characteristics of each of the four strengths.  In this episode, Karla interviews Allen Fahden on what it means to be a Maker. Listen to the podcast here: Advanced Maker with Allen Fahden Karla Nelson:  And welcome to the People Catalyst
Movers, Shakers, Provers, and Makers.  We need them all at the right time.  Who are they really?  This is the third in a four-part series that will go in depth on the strengths and characteristics of each of the four strengths.  In this episode, Karla interviews Allen Fahden and Kevin Nothstine on what it means to be a Prover. Listen to the podcast here: Advanced Prover with Allen Fahden   Karla Nelson:  And welcome to
Movers, Shakers, Provers, and Makers.  We need them all at the right time.  Who are they really?  This is the second in a four-part series that will go in depth on the strengths and characteristics of each of the four strengths.  In this episode, Karla interviews Allen Fahden on what it means to be a Mover. Listen to the podcast here: Advanced Mover with Allen Fahden Welcome to The People Catalysts Podcast, Allen Fahden. It’s
  Movers, Shakers, Provers, and Makers.  We need them all at the right time.  Who are they really?  This is the first in a four-part series that will go in depth on the strengths and characteristics of each of the four strengths.  In this episode, Karla interviews Allen Fahden on what it means to be a Shaker. Listen to the podcast here: Advanced Shaker with Allen Fahden And, welcome to the People at Catalyst podcast,
PC 44 | Technology And Sales
  It’s not the notes that make the symphony, it’s the spaces between the notes. It’s the same thing in business. It’s the spaces between technology and sales, between operations and sales. To get new technology adopted to get integrated in a sales process, it has to revolutionize the way work is done. Sales is usually the early adopters and operations is usually the later adopters. There’s that big chasm there, that big conflict. Author
PC 43 | Implementing Technology
  The ideation of adopting new technology is that 15% of the population will say yes to an idea right away, but after you’ve got it working, it’s time for implementing the technology and making iterations going forward. The early adopters are usually the ones who are open to using the new process and the late adopters are the ones who push back. The paradox is the more slowly you teach it, the faster it
PC 42 | Conflict Management
Sometimes it’s just the small things that impact major parts of relationships. Conflict Healer Dave Gerber’s work is around connecting with progressive leaders that want to solve obstacles, people problems and need solutions such as leadership coaching, dynamic training, effective facilitation, mediation and more. Dave and his company will help you grow high performance teams throughout the organization and improve the way people treat one another in the workplace while increasing revenue. Dave will help
Episode 41: The Crisis of Leadership Why do 65% of Americans say getting rid of their boss would make them happier than a pay raise?  Via a Gallup Poll: 79% of employees are agnostic (basically, they don’t care), 12% are working for your cause, and 9% are working against you.  This represents a crisis of leadership. We are in the 21st century with a 19th-century work model. If you see your team as a bunch
Episode 40: Ideation to Implementation: 2 of 2 The second of a 2-part series on turning a new idea into a reality.  We look at using The WHO-DO Method to bring new ideas to life. Specifically, we talk about breaking 150 years of bad habits.  We have some fun stories like “what are my instructions?” and how that was answered by a Shaker, and then a Prover. Also, the big shift in who is on
Episode 39: Ideation to Implementation: 1 of 2 The first of a 2-part series on turning a new idea into a reality.  We look at using The WHO-DO Method to bring new ideas to life. Specifically, we talk about employing new software, and how to adopt new technology when you are wondering what to do.  We explore the real reason as to why you need each of the four core natures. Each core nature has

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