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.

 

Today we’ll be talking to Katie McConnell Olson, an expert in talent acquisition.  She’s going to share with us the secrets of finding and developing your team members. Katie is a licensed CPA and PHR with a background in both accounting and talent acquisition. Prior to launching her own business, Katie was involved in several start-up ventures and led the search practice of a national CPA firm.  Katie is a frequent speaker throughout the US.
Don’t miss this episode of The People Catalysts Podcast where we have an energetic chat with special guest, Kelly Resendez. On the People Catalysts Podcast We consistently discuss our relationships with our team, clients and promoters. However, today we are going to hit the rewind button and discuss our relationship with ourselves. Kelly is the Executive Vice President Paramount Partners Group the retail channel of Paramount Equity Mortgage. Paramount has closed more than $27 billion
Have you ever seen a deer in the headlights?  They freeze up.  Is your company like that deer? Or are you the headlights?  Listen in as Karla and Allen discuss the differences between getting your Block Busted and putting your Flicks on the Net. Listen to the podcast here: Are you a “Deer” Company or a “Headlights” Company? Karla Nelson:  Welcome to the people catalyst podcast, Allen Fahden. Allen Fahden:  Hello, Karla. Karla Nelson:  Hello,
Who are the zebras in your world, and how do you sell to them?  And can I use Artificial Intelligence to help me in sales?  Jeff Koser has the answers.  He is the CEO of Selling to Zebras, Inc. and can teach us all about closing deals with your top revenue-producing customers, your Zebras. Jeff is on Twitter at https://twitter.com/sellingtozebras?lang=en and LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeff-koser-4a3911a0/ Listen to the podcast here: Selling To Zebras with Jeff Koser Karla Nelson: 
Who are you?  Are you a Mover or a Shaker?  How about Prover or a Maker?  Or one of the rare few “Oners’ in the world?  In this episode of The People Catalysts, we dive deeper into what your core ability really is. After all, Sun Tzu said “know the enemy and know yourself; in a hundred battles you will never be in peril.” Listen to the podcast here: The WHO-DO: Deep Dive Karla Nelson: 
Have you use Design Thinking within your organization?  Do you want to increase it’s effectiveness by 300-800%?  That’s what happens when you combine Design Thinking and The WHO-DO Method™.  We don’t replace any great methodologies, we just add gasoline and a match to what it already being done. Listen to the podcast here: Design Thinking Meets The WHO-DO Method Karla Nelson:  And welcome to the People Catalysts Podcast, Allen Fahden! Allen Fahden:  Hello, Karla. Karla
Why do birds fly in a V?  The slipstream from the leader makes it easier to fly.  But what about the leader?  They change leaders about once every minute for an 8-hour flight!  New ideas require new leaders, and different leaders on the same team at different times!  Listen in as Karla and Allen discuss WHO leads during different phases of a project. Listen to the podcast here: Everyone Leads.  Just At Different Times Karla
Logical Creativity
“Military intelligence” is the most famous oxymoron. How about “Logical Creativity”? Is it possible to have a logical process to reach creativity?  Join Karla Nelson as she and Allen Fahden explain three levels of innovation and how to logically find your “Oppo-tunity”, the opportunity that exists in opposites. Listen to the podcast here: Logical Creativity Karla Nelson:  And welcome to the People Catalysts podcast, Allen Fahden. Allen Fahden:  Hello Karla. Karla Nelson:  Greetings my good friend. How
What are the three worst emotions in business?  Disagreement, Disappointment, and demotivation.  These are all on the “misfit’s wheel of misery.”  This is the fourth in a four-part series about how to reset work, and avoid the wheel of misery. Listen to the podcast here: The Three Worst Emotions in Business: Part 4 of 4 Karla Nelson:                    Welcome to The People Catalysts podcast, Allen Fahden. Allen Fahden:                    Hello, Karla. Karla Nelson:                    Hello, good sir. How
What are the three worst emotions in business?  Disagreement, Disappointment, and demotivation.  These are all on the “misfit’s wheel of misery.”  This is the third in a four-part series about how to reset work, and avoid the wheel of misery. Listen to the podcast here: The Three Worst Emotions in Business: Part 3 of 4 Karla Nelson:  Welcome to the People Catalyst Podcast, Allen Fahden. Allen Fahden:  Hello Karla. Karla Nelson:  Hello, good day my

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