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It's DO-BE Time

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It’s DO-BE Time is for entrepreneurs who believe that their business exists to support them in achieving a personal vision. Tony Carnesi (DOing) and Brian Gorman (BEing) and their guests address the challenges that business owners face and what is required to move through them successfully.

It’s DO-BE Time is for entrepreneurs who believe that their business exists to support them in achieving a personal vision. Tony Carnesi (DOing) and Brian Gorman (BEing) and their guests address the challenges that business owners face and what is required to move through them successfully.

Location:

United States

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It’s DO-BE Time is for entrepreneurs who believe that their business exists to support them in achieving a personal vision. Tony Carnesi (DOing) and Brian Gorman (BEing) and their guests address the challenges that business owners face and what is required to move through them successfully.

Language:

English

Contact:

9176535198


Episodes

089 Why Do Your Employees Work for You?

10/27/2022
In this replay of Episode 38 ("It’s Time for A Leadership Evolution"), co-hosts Tony Carnesi and Brian Gorman address what were then the early waves of the Great Resignation. They discuss a series of questions regarding employees and their relationships to their jobs, their managers and leaders, and their employers. And they introduce the roll-out of their 4-Day Work Week assessment, now available on the Do-Be Associates website.

Duration:00:12:19

088: Leadership Reinvented with Hamza Khan (3 of 3)

10/6/2022
Concluding this conversation on leadership in 2022 and beyond, Hamza Khan, Tony, and Brian look at the importance of empathy, servitude, diversity, and innovation play and why these aspects of leadership are so important. Hamza makes the case that “we’re going to have to be more human as leaders.” The behavioral attributes of leaders who are successfully moving their businesses into the future vs. those who are trying to hold onto the past are also discussed.

087: Leadership Reinvented with Hamza Khan (2 of 3)

9/22/2022
In Part 2, Hamza Khan, Tony, and Brian explore the impact that Covid has had on the future of work, and what that means for the future of leadership. Citing the differences between dark triad leadership personality traits (narcissism, Machiavellianism, and psychopathy) and light triad leadership personality traits (Kantianism, Humanism, and faith in humanity), Hamza makes the case for the latter as the leader of the future. The conversation also addresses the need to redefine the...

Duration:00:16:59

086: Leadership Reinvented with Hamza Khan (1 of 3)

9/8/2022
Hamza Khan, author of Leadership Reinvented: How to Foster Empathy, Servitude, Diversity, and Innovation in the Workplace, joins Tony and Brian for an extended conversation on leadership for today’s workforce. In Part 1, we discuss the leader’s responsibility to the worker and the organization and different approaches to working with difficult employees. Hamza also tells the story of his TEDx talk (Stop Managing, Start Leading), now viewed almost 2 million times, and what led to his then...

Duration:00:17:40

085: The Gig Worker and the Future of Work (2 of 2)

8/25/2022
In part 2 of this conversation, ResultsResourcing Founder and CEO Elizabeth Eiss, Tony, and Brian continue the conversation about integrating gig workers into your business. The focus is on how to create a team environment across employees and external contractors. As Elizabeth says, “the freelancer chooses the employer the same way the employer chooses the freelancer.”

Duration:00:19:30

084: The Gig Worker and the Future of Work (1 of 2)

8/11/2022
Building your workforce, whether by hiring or contracting, can be a significant challenge. In Part 1 of this podcast, ResultsResourcing Founder and CEO Elizabeth Eiss shares what it takes to attract the right talent pool and how to screen that pool for the best candidate; it isn’t as easy as it might seem. Whether you are hiring or seeking to be hired, Elizabeth points out the importance of the entrepreneurial spirit in making a successful match.

Duration:00:21:06

083: Why Wellness? (2 of 2)

7/29/2022
Tony and Brian continue our conversation with Lisa Snow (Founder and President of On the Mend Fitness and Massage) with a look at the benefits of wellness programs to both organizations and the people that work for them. Lisa describes the ways in which both in-person and virtual programs contribute to building person-to-person relationships, strengthen trust, and address a sense of isolation. Each of these changes benefit the individual and the employer.

082: Why Wellness (1 of 2)

7/14/2022
One of the benefits that employers often see as unnecessary is the wellness program. Yet, those who have left, or are considering leaving, their jobs, “employers who don’t care about my physical and/or mental well-being” is one of the driving factors. Lisa Snow, Founder and President of On the Mend Customized Fitness and Massage joins Tony and Brian to discuss the benefits – to the organization as well as its people – of fitness programs. The conversation addresses ways in which such...

Duration:00:14:43

081: A Business Plan Isn’t a Good Idea!

6/30/2022
Part 2 of our conversation with Joann A. Seery turned from building relationships to business planning. At the heart of the discussion is business planning and business plans. Joann, Tony, and Brian make it clear, business plans aren’t just a good idea, they are essential to the growth and success of the business. Among the roles that business plans serve are intentionally shaping the organization’s culture, hiring for passionate alignment to mission and vision, financial triggers for...

Duration:00:16:01

080: Building Relationships – Your Voice, Your Values, Your Personal Brand

6/16/2022
As the Co-Founder of Serious Business Solutions and Executive Director of BNI (Business Network International) for the State of Hawaii, Joann A. Seery knows what it takes to build and sustain strong business relationships. In part 1 of this podcast, Joann, Tony, and Brian discuss how to be intentional about building and maintaining your personal brand, which is the basis for the relationships you establish.

Duration:00:11:25

079: Rethinking Leadership and Management (2 of 2)

6/2/2022
Charles Bernard, Founder and CEO of Criteria for Success, continues his conversation with Tony and Brian with the premise that during unstable times you should be making promises to your customers. He describes how to do so with integrity and candor. The conversation also addresses the application of a Management By Objectives approach to performance and incentives. But perhaps Charles’ most innovative idea in the podcast is how to establish leading indicators in sales that literally drive a...

Duration:00:21:49

078: Rethinking Leadership and Management (1 of 2)

5/19/2022
Criteria for Success Founder and CEO Charles Bernard joins Tony and Brian for a discussion of leadership and management in a Covid and post-Covid workplace. While Charles focuses much of his work and many of his examples in the sales arena, they are equally applicable in all areas of the organization. In Part 1 of the conversation, we talk about everything from “managing down vs. managing up” to when and how to have team meetings to reimagining 1:1 sessions with your reports.

Duration:00:17:25

077: How Does Your Organization’s Brand Align with Your North Star? (2 of 2)

4/28/2022
Mark Iorio, Founder of the Mega Group and Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Brand and Culture Alignment Toolkit (BCAT), Tony, and Brian focus in on specific ways in which you can align your brand with your North Star, as well as the commitment that it takes to do so. Mark uses a music metaphor (consonance, resonance, and alignment) as a framework for assessing whether the organization is delivering on the Brand Promise, and if not, where it is breaking down.

Duration:00:15:34

076: How Does Your Organization’s Brand Align with Your North Star? (1 of 2)

4/21/2022
If you have an organization, you have a brand, whether intentionally defined or not. In part 1 of this discussion with Mark Iorio, Founder of the Mega Group and Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Brand and Culture Alignment Toolkit (BCAT), Tony and Brian discuss what goes into defining your organization’s brand. What are the roles of leadership and others throughout the organization in fostering and shaping that brand? How do those inside the organization deliver on the brand promise? Mark...

Duration:00:15:21

075: The Office as a Purpose-Driven Destination (2 of 2)

4/14/2022
In Part 2 of his conversation with Tony and Brian, Kettle Co-Founder Nick Iovacchini discusses how to succeed in addressing the uncertain future of work and future of the workplace when there are no clear playbooks. How do you align people, purpose, and place, and use data to help you do so? Nick hypothesizes that it could be 5-10 years before the new models and templates for hybrid work settle out.

Duration:00:16:34

074: The Office as a purpose-Driven Destination (1 of 2)

4/7/2022
Nick Iovacchini, serial entrepreneur and co-founder of Kettle, identifies himself as a “man on a mission.” These days, his mission is to support businesses who are seeing the office as a purpose-driven destination. Kettle O.S. is designed to foster, track, and facilitate how, when, and where workers get together. In part 1 of this podcast, Nick, Tony, and Brian discuss the importance of being intentional in shaping the usage of the office going forward.

Duration:00:14:18

073: How to Earn an ROI on employee Happiness (2 of 2)

3/31/2022
In part 2 of our conversation, Noah Pusey (co-founder and CEO of Ripple Analytics), Tony, and Brian tackle some fundamental leadership and management behaviors that need reframing. Words do matter; they affect mindsets and behaviors. While most employers and supervisors talk about their "employees" and "direct reports," Noah refers to them as human beings; Tony and Brian call them people. It is important to not only listen to what they have to say; it is important to act on it.

Duration:00:16:37

072: How to Earn an ROI on Employee Happiness

3/24/2022
Who cares if your employees are happy at work? You should! In this episode, Ripple Analytics co-founder and CEO Noah Pusey shares Gallup data on the benefits of employ engagement and satisfaction. He tells Tony and Brian, “How managers and leaders do things is as important as what they do.” The toxicity of the annual performance review process, which Noah did in his role of partner in a large law firm, inspired him to create Ripple Analytics. By providing ongoing feedback across an...

Duration:00:18:41

071: Human Resources and the Future of Work (2 of 2)

3/17/2022
Christine Pietrowicz-Joanis (Puzzle HR), Tony, and Brian discuss the importance of feedback and how to best ensure that honest, direct feedback is provided to managers at all levels of the organization. Perhaps now, more than any time since the industrial revolution, leadership training is essential to successfully addressing the shifting workplace and the changing expectations of employees. That training needs to address not only leadership skills, but also shifting mindsets that affect how...

Duration:00:14:08

070: Human Resources and the Future of Work (1 of 2)

3/10/2022
Puzzle HR’s Christine Pietrowicz-Joanis joins Tony and Brian to share some of the insights she has gained on the role of Human Resources in the future of work. The conversation begins with a focus on the importance of empathy both within HR and more broadly with leaders across the organization. We move on to exploring the significant changes that have been taking place in the workplace and what those changes mean for Human Resources.

Duration:00:16:29