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.

 

Competitive Advantage Part 1 How do you gain a competitive advantage? In this episode Karla Nelson and Allen Fahden discuss how Johari’s Window fits into how your company and team can gain an advantage over your competitors. Listen to the podcast here: Read Along as Karla and Allen discuss How You Can Achieve A Competitive Advantage Karla Nelson: Welcome to the People Catalyst Podcast, Mr. Allen Fahden. Allen Fahden: Hello, Karla. Karla Nelson: Good evening, kind
The 10 Rules of Business There are 10 rules of business which we believe should stand true for any business owner, no matter how small or large. These rules will get you through rough and great times.  The 10 Rules of Business are:  Always keep your cool Get up when you get knocked down Relationships are everything  Anything worth doing is worth doing well  Always be coachable  Attitude determines how far you will go  Focus, focus, focus Listen, listen, listen Gratitude is always
How to Lead Like a Boss (Part 4 of 4) This is part 4 of the podcast series How to Lead Like a Boss, we discuss six different types of hazardous attitudes and how to manage them in your company.   The 6 different hazardous attitudes are:  Anti-authority  Impulsivity  Invulnerability (aka bulletproof syndrome)  Macho attitude (aka disengagement)  Listen to your mentors  Get there-itis  If you missed Part 1 of this series, where we discussed the sources of leadership power, you
How to Lead Like a Boss (Part 3 of 4)
How to Lead Like a Boss (Part 3 of 4) In part three of this series of How to Lead Like a Boss, we discuss how to work as a team like a boss. There are 10 “traps” in working with people and we discuss the last 5 this week! If you missed Part 1 of this series, where we discussed the sources of leadership power, you can listen to it here. Listen to Part
How to Lead Like a Boss (Part 2 of 4) In part two of this series of How to Lead Like a Boss, we discuss how to work as a team like a boss. There are 10 “traps” in working with people.  We discuss 5 this week and another 5 next week! If you missed Part 1 of this series, where we discussed the sources of leadership power, you can listen to it here. The
The People Catalyst Podcast Episode 113
How to Lead Like a Boss (Part 1 of 4) Did you know there are seven sources of your authority? In this episode, we dig into what those sources are and how to tap into them. Listen in as we explain how to lead like a boss using seven steps of your authority. Listen to the podcast here: Listen in as Karla and Kevin Discuss How to Lead Like a Boss (1 of 4) Karla
Marketing and the WHO-DO™ 95% of businesses don’t have a marketing strategy…do you? Know your audience.  Does your process start at step 1 or step 5?  Listen in and find out how to start at step 1. Listen to the podcast here: Listen in as Karla and Allen discuss the WHO-DO™ method Karla Nelson:  And welcome to the People Catalysts Podcast, my good friend, Allen Fahden. Allen Fahden:  Hello Karla. Pretty good welcome. Karla Nelson: 
Ideation Implementation part two with Allen Fahden
Ideation Implementation-part 2 33 Percent of an employee’s salary.  That’s the cost of turnover.  Not to mention the lost time and production.  Does your employee underperform? Are they a bad hire or are they misplaced? This is part two: “Implementation.” How are you going to get $#!T done? You can listen to Part 1 at https://thepeoplecatalysts.com/ideation-implementation/ Listen to the podcast here: Join in as Karla and Allen Discuss the Ideation Process Karla Nelson:  Welcome to
Ideation Implementation with Allen Fahden
Ideation Implementation 33 Percent of an employee’s salary.  That’s the cost of turnover.  Not to mention the lost time and production.  So how can you keep the good one’s around? Your ideation process may very well be the answer.   This is part one of a series.  First up is “Ideation.”  In part 2 we will discuss “Implementation.”   Listen to the podcast here: Listen in as Karla and Allen discuss the Ideation Process Karla
Your Scrum Play Book: It’s Poker, Not Chess 90% of corporations know they need to become agile in today’s environment.  Only 10% are.  Fabian Schwartz is a leading author and speaker on Agile and Scrum.  Listen in as Karla and Fabian talk about Scrum and how it’s not just for tech anymore.   Fabian Schwartz is passionate about helping his clients achieve their goals and improve performance through leveraging agile approaches.  He has more than

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