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Welcome to the Teamwork Advantage Podcast with Gregg Gregory. Informal and insightful conversations with pros in the areas of teamwork, leadership development, organizational culture, and self improvement. A must-listen program, where we take you inside the mind's of these experts to discover actionable insights to be a stronger team member, a more effective leader, and enrich your team's culture.
 
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This episode's guest is Melanie Pump. Her story is powerful. She was a 15 year old high school dropout and today she is the CFO of a trusted independent partner for digital asset custody. Melanie's story shows us how being vulnerable can truly help you thrive – as a person and as a leader. Toxicity can be like an undercurrent in the ocean, not read…
 
When hiring, our natural tendency is often to favor potential team members that our like us. The fact is that, when possible, it is often better to hire someone who is the opposite of ourselves. This helps the team develop a stronger diversity of thought for solving problems in the workplace. Every team requires various skills to succeed. In this e…
 
Nothing has gone through more change in the past 25 years than technology. How it has impacted multiple industries can make your head spin. Mark Briggs has a background in journalism, an industry that may have experienced more change than any other. Listen as Mark talks about the organizational transformation in the media industry and how it might …
 
Tim Cakir works with companies, entrepreneurs, and students to help them achieve fast and consistent growth and success. The key word here is, of course, "consistent". Tim shares strategies for every level of your organization. One of which is that, in this crazy world we live in today, we need to celebrate our successes as we always have. Accordin…
 
Great Employee Engagement leads to great team and organizational Culture. That is the theme of this incredible interview with Kelli Vrla. Are your team members CAVE dwellers (Constantly Against Virtually Everything)? Kelli Vrla uses David Zinger’s model of eight simple words to determine if your team is engaged. It is possible that, over time, empl…
 
Successful companies commonly have between 6 and 12 habits, or tasks, at the core of what they do. If you and your team focus on these habits, your level of success will grow, regardless of your team's position within the organization. In this episode, Raul Hernandez Ochoa helps us understand how to create certainty in our teams or in our business …
 
In this episode of the Teamwork Advantage, Joe Curcillo shares his 35 years in the legal profession and how he works as a mentalist to create powerful communication for leaders, productivity teams, customer service teams and families. Joe’s book, “Don’t be a Hamster”, shares 30 ways to spark the imagination of busy people. In today’s crazy world of…
 
In this energetic and uplifting episode, LuAnn Buechler talks about the Passion Test™ (It's NOT a test at all!) and how it helps you discover those things that matter most to you. Discovering what makes your heart beat is the beginning of living a passionate purpose-filled life. LuAnn is also offering a free 30 minute consultation to all of our lis…
 
In this episode, Accidental Leadership coach Ken Blackwell tells the story of a client who was ready for a single-level promotion and was promoted two levels. He was not prepared for this huge undertaking – just one example of an accidental leader. Ken walks us through the process of moving from accidental leader to purposeful leader. He also helps…
 
In this episode, former litigation attorney Becky Morrison talks about discovering that her number one priority was not work. In her search for what she really loved, she found the world of coaching and learned that she loves helping others do more of what matters to them and less of the stuff that doesn't matter as much. Becky admits that this is …
 
For over 30 years, international speaker, author, coach, Susan Fitzell has worked closely with educators, students, and high performing employees to discover their personal learning preferences so they can learn fast and achieve more. In this episode, Susan explains what neurodiversity is, why it is today's corporate differentiator, and we discuss …
 
Over the past few decades, leadership training has become very common. How to be a good team player, not so much. In this episode, Gregg Gregory focuses in on 5 key elements to becoming a successful team player. There are many variables that make up great teams. As you listen, ask yourself how well you and your colleagues measure up to these five e…
 
This episode, Erin Jewell shares stories of success and challenge in her journey through the world of business and medical sales to the work she does today. She focuses on the development of five leadership (within the US culture) "muscles" that allow leaders to empower their teams. Listen as we discuss how to improve these leadership traits: Stren…
 
Charlie Bailes has two roles in business. First, he is the Chief Administration Officer of an 84 year-old, 4th generation family retail business where he oversees all of the back-end administration including human resources, training, and payroll. Secondly, he is the founder of CB Supplements a nutritional supplement company founded out of a need t…
 
Nate Brown is a perpetual student. After spending over a decade managing a complex technical support environment for Occupational Health and eLearning Software, he graduated to The Customer Experience. In this very engaging episode, it is clear that Gregg and Nate Brown have a true rapport. Nate talks candidly about the biggest difference between c…
 
Today’s guest, Roberta Moore, recognizes that many of the challenges facing leaders stem from the same core challenges that some marriages suffer from. If there is difficulty communicating with a spouse, there will also likely be the same challenges communicating with colleagues and subordinates at work. Roberta uses the scientific model EQI 2.0, s…
 
Doug Rabold left a six figure income and changed careers, starting over at $12 an hour working the night shift as a level one support desk technician. In this episode, Doug shares the tangible, and intangible, motivations for this career change. With over 30 years of leadership experience in and out of Information Technology, Doug Rabold discusses …
 
Dr. Beverly Kaye has been recognized by the Association of Talent Development (ATD) for her advanced knowledge and extensive practice across the talent development field. Retaining employees is often an after-thought. And, when we lose a valuable member of the team, we often do not know the real reason as to why. In this episode, Dr. Kaye discusses…
 
"Manage things and lead people" is often the phrase used to describe the differences between managing and leading. In this episode of The Teamwork Advantage, Dr. Barbara Dalle Pezze joins us from Italy to share what she refers to as “Inner Transparency” to help us be better leaders and discover our “Inner Leadership.” A recognized coach, leadership…
 
Colonel Nicole Malachowski, USAF, Retired uses the TLC model (Teamwork, Leadership, and Culture) for her life on many levels. While Nicole's definition of TLC is different from ours, it applies to each of us on many levels. While she was the first female pilot with the incredible U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, she is quick to remind us that feat was …
 
Andrew Bartlow helps small business leaders understand how to grow a company or a team and maintain their culture over time. He is the co-author of “Scaling for Success: People Priorities for High Growth Organizations”, has a masters degree from the top program in his field, and has been CECP, SPHR, Six Sigma, and executive coaching certified. In t…
 
We all have three relatively equal "zones" in which we live in our lives. We call these zones the Comfort Zone, the Growth Zone and the Panic Zone. In this brief episode of The Teamwork Advantage, Gregg Gregory shares how critical it is to understand these three zones, recognize when we are moving between zones, and how to grow, as individuals, wit…
 
Have you ever thought about doing something you wanted to do, and yet, you felt somewhat reluctant? That inner voice is your integrity. Possibly instilled in you from childhood, or perhaps learned and, over the years, adapted. In this episode, Mike Horne will help you open the doors to be and do your absolute best. A visionary advisor, leader, and …
 
Jim Knight’s first job was at Gatorland Zoo in Florida and he has the scars to prove it. From there, he started working for the Hard Rock Café, where he diligently worked his way up to Global Training Director of all of Hard Rock International. A position he held for 20 years. In this episode, Jim Knight shares how he took his background working at…
 
Much like in The Wizard of Oz, you have to look behind the curtain to learn the secrets of the magic. In this episode, Amy Lynn Durham, takes us behind the curtain to see how great teams and organizations create their magic. Amy has spent years in the corporate world mastering great teams and cultures. She left the corporate world and began “Create…
 
In business, the smallest change may often have the greatest impact. In this fun and informative episode, Andrew Freedman, a managing partner with SHIFT Consulting, discusses the power of high-performance cultures and how to attain them. Some may be surprised to learn that there is more to it than posting a mission and vision statement on the wall!…
 
Sometimes you need to communicate ultrafast – like in the middle of an Indy 500 race – other times communication needs to be more deliberate and thought out. Using the wrong type of communication at the wrong time can prove to be disastrous for any team. In this jam packed session, Rick DeBruhl talks strategies on communication from multiple levels…
 
Have you ever been in a situation where you felt like you didn’t belong? One of the greatest aspect of great teams is a sense of belonging. The Lone Ranger Syndrome (LRS) is the lack of feeling like someone belongs. In the traditional workplace, this generally applies to the new hire in the company or on the team. In a pandemic world, where so many…
 
In this brief episode of The Teamwork Advantage, we delve into the five different followership styles: 1. Alienated 2. Conformist 3. Pragmatist 4. Passive 5. Exemplary Team members almost never actually want to harm the team or organization. However, sometimes team members fall into a routine, or rut, and don't realize that their action may be harm…
 
One of the biggest challenges any team faces is building vulnerability trust so that team members feel they may safely ask for help. In this episode Gregg shares the challenges he recently faced preparing for, and beginnin his recovery from rotator cuff surgery and having to ask people for help. In addition, rewarding people for their help is quite…
 
This week’s guest, Liz Weber, is one of fewer than 100 people in the United States to hold both the Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) and the Certified Management Consultant (CMC) designations. These are the highest earned designations in two different professions. In this episode, Liz shares with us three core traits for every leader – and you…
 
Everyone thinks that teamwork should just happen. Nothing is further from the truth. Successful teams, from sports to Fortune 500 companies, focus on teamwork. Over the years, several myths have emerged about teamwork. In this episode, Gregg Gregory talks about five myths that could be holding your team back.…
 
With a background in psychology and marketing, Arnold Sanow brings a very unique perspective The Teamwork Advantage. Communication is at the root of all relationships, both professional and personal. Communication is often a struggle for many. In this episode, Arnold shares his acronym to help us S-O-F-T-E-N our communications approach and develop …
 
An engineer by training, Dr. Paul Snowdon's coaching is rooted in an evidence-based approach. He tackles the trifecta of high performing teams: teamwork, leadership, and culture using a scientific approach. Dr. Paul points out where many organizations drop the ball in developing quality leaders. He identifies three things that need to happen in the…
 
Teamwork – Leadership – Culture. These concepts all have one common element: communication. Robert "Bo" Brabo enlisted in the local National Guard at the age of 17. During his 20 year career in the United States Army he worked in the area of communications. He later became a Presidential Communications Officer in the White House under Presidents Bu…
 
You may know the public story of Jason McElwain, J-Mac, and his impact on high school basketball. Now, hear the behind-the-scenes story from J-Mac's varsity coach, Jim Johnson. Without a doubt J-Mac helped the team on, and off, the the court. It was his amazing attitude over three years a the team's manager, helping the team become cohesive and go …
 
From business disasters, to health crises, to financial meltdown. What can be we grateful for? In this, the final episode of Season 1 of The Teamwork Advantage, I ask you to look deep within yourself and discover what you are grateful for. I talk about a few items on my gratitude list and will post them on LinkedIn. I ask you to find our posts and …
 
In this episode, Brett Putter, author of "Own Your Culture: How to Define, Embed, and Manage your Company Culture," discusses his 9 best practices for working remotely. Brett discusses why you cannot hire for a culture fit, and why 90% of business leaders fail to invest in building a strong culture. When you hear why it is vital to have a strong fu…
 
After spending a number of years in corporate life, and traveling over 1 million miles before the age of 30, Gayle Lantz uncovered what she needed to do as a leader. She began teaching other leaders how to do the work that matters and become more successful. The ideas and strategies she shares in this episode are often utilized by high ranking exec…
 
In this episode, Gina DeLapa discusses what she calls “The 7 Cs of Effective Leadership" They include Character, Competence, Communication, plus 4 others. We discuss how to create a leadership mindset even if you are not in an official leadership role. Drama is a big problem with many teams, both in our personal life as well as our professional lif…
 
It has been said that a Navy Seal thinks differently than the rest of us. Why is that? In this episode of The Teamwork Advantage, Errol Doebler is both a former US Navy Seal and an FBI Special Agent. Admittedly not at the top of his class at the United States Naval Academy, Errol Doebler realized early on that he needed to learn from past behaviors…
 
Jason Thane puts his values into play far beyond the office. He created an internship program for engineering students from El Salvador. He volunteers with the Seattle Children’s Hospital, the Coalition of Business for Racial Justice, and others. In this episode, Jason talks about how a values-based culture is built. He shares some of the more comm…
 
Roy Atkinson has an extensive background in information technology service management (ITSM). He has done vast amounts of research in the IT industry, as well as written a number of articles about technology in the service industry. In this episode Roy talks about how knowledge-centered service and teamwork come together. Technology is one aspect o…
 
What does the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts, Harvard Law School, and building resilience have in common? You must be resilient to graduate from both Harvard Law School and the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts. That is the path that Susan Drumm took to become a successful entrepreneur and build the successful boutique consulting fir…
 
Have you ever wondered how to determine what your team’s culture is? It doesn't matter if your team is on the front line with just a few team members or if you are leading an entire division with hundreds. “Culture is the highest valued off balance sheet asset that any organization has.” Chris McGoff explains this by reminding us that we take care …
 
As President of a lean management consulting firm, Jay Hodge utilizes his extensive background in manufacturing with Ford Motor Company, General Motors, and Toyota to help organizations build powerful and lean teams, even in difficult situations. His experience in the USMC taught Jay how to apply various styles of leadership, depending on the statu…
 
I have been looking forward to this interview since we began The Teamwork Advantage. Dr. Willie Jolley is my mentor, colleague, advisor, coach and, most of all, my friend. I do what I do today because of this man. Regardless of how the current pandemic has affected you, he is here today to share secrets that will help set all of us up for a comebac…
 
Leading in today’s virtual world changes how we influence others. In a traditional work environment we see each other – in the virtual office, how we see each other and interact is different. In this episode, Certified Speaking Professional Eric Bloom discusses the concept of influence and its importance to each of us, regardless of the position we…
 
Building effective teams that perform is one thing. It is truly powerful when you build a team that also excels in customer service. In this episode of The Teamwork Advantage, Pete McGarahan shares his experiences in IT Service Management. We'll discuss strategy, structure, people, processes and tools. Pete is a two-time recipient of the "Legend of…
 
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