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.


Episode 4: The Principles of Business Design, with Parker Lee Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google+Share on Linkedin President of the design consultancy, Compass52 and co-author of The Art of Opportunity, Parker Lee is a veteran of the technology, entertainment, and sports marketing industries. Most recently, Parker was president and executive vice president of business development at XPLANE. During his eight-year tenure there, he was responsible for leading sales and marketing efforts, which under
Episode 3: Successful Teamwork Strategies, with Randy Haykin Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google+Share on Linkedin Randy Haykin is a serial entrepreneur, angel investor, philanthropist, and educator who lives and works in the Bay Area. Randy currently is a Chair for Vistage, a global organization that facilitates CEO/leader peer groups. Randy facilitates a Vistage group in the Bay Area with 12 high-profile growth CEOs. In 2011, Randy co-founded the philanthropic venture entity The Gratitude
Episode 2: Culture is What You Do, with Craig Hettrich Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google+Share on Linkedin Craig Hettrich leads 3 CEO Peer Advisory Groups for Renaissance Executive Forums- Greater Sacramento and is a Gazelles International CEO Strategic Advisor. He provides premium CEO peer learning environments and serves as a catalyst and mentor to CEOs in developing highly differentiated and thriving businesses. Craig has over 30 years of experience as a CEO, President
Episode 1: Why You Need to Create “Whoa, Wow, Hmm, Yes,” with Dr. Mark Goulston Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google+Share on Linkedin Steve Jobs is credited with turning around and making Apple the most successful company in the world. However, when he died, the unconscious formula he followed died with him. Since then, Apple has been successful but challenged to continue its phenomenal success as a disruptively innovative company. Dr. Mark Goulston is

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