Our guest today is Jonathan Fanning, author of three books, celebrated speaker, entrepreneur, and all around expert on creativity and injecting positive culture into companies. In this insightful talk, Jonathan shares a wide variety of historical and cultural examples of what constitutes good creative practices in the workplace. Jonathan’s insights are a useful reminder for anyone looking to effectively practice innovation and become more involved in their workplace.
Our guest is co-author of the impactful book Becoming a Leader of Character: 6 Habits That Make Or Break a Leader at Work and at Home. Dave shares his 6 habits of character and walks you through the importance of every habit, from courage, humility, and integrity, to selflessness, duty, and positivity. He also talks about the necessary tools that leaders need, making sure to stress that good character should be the first item on the itinerary.
It's fall in Texas! That means that while you could start your day shivering, you could be sweating by lunchtime. Michael and Jacob discuss the perils of getting dressed without much thought. Listen and hear why hoodies are a huge no for some shop workers and Jacob's recommendations on shop-appropriate fabrics.
On this episode of Manufacturing Leadership: An Oil and Gas Podcast, Energy Weldfab's Michael Clements sits down with Jenny Wells, senior PR specialist with the City of Tyler to discuss crisis management.
Jenny, a certified crisis communication trainer, provides suggestions small businesses without trained professionals on staff might overlook, as well as strategies for those getting started far too late.
Michael Clements chats with Brian Brandt, CEO at Core Insights about time management, priorities and goal setting. Key questions listeners will walk away with include 'what do you want your life to look like in five to ten years' and 'is this a mountain or a speed bump?'
Energy Weldfab's Michael Clements sits down with Matt Tibbetts from Express Employment Professionals to discuss the benefits and challenges each generation brings to the workplace. They also discuss what it means for a company to be millennial-friendly and why some in generations 'live to work' and others 'work to live.'