We are diving deep into the heart of great leadership with Perry Noble, author and founding pastor of NewSpring Church in Anderson, South Carolina. Perry’s church has grown from a group of 15 people meeting in a living room to more than 30,000 weekly attendees at multiple locations across the state. Perry is a true student of leadership and is sharing his innovative approach. Whether you lead a business, a nonprofit or a ministry, this conversation is for you.
This month’s focus is family-owned business, and no one tells it better than Stephen Mansfield, the best-selling biographer of one of the world’s most famous brands. Stephen shares the story of the Guinness family and the beer that changed the world. You’ll walk away with some practical tips on how to run a family-owned business and the principles they used to win. To continue the theme, we’re talking with family-business expert Edgell Pyles, whose company helps families understand and work through the psychological dynamics of being in business together.
We’re sitting down with three future owners of Ramsey Solutions—Rachel Cruze, Winston Cruze and Daniel Ramsey—to discuss the dynamics of family business and the efforts it takes to slowly transition the company to the next generation. They’re discussing what works and what doesn’t work, how they’re being trained, and how communication is key. If you run a family business, don’t miss this podcast!
We’re hitting Main Street this week to talk to someone who’s getting it done in a big way. Kent Lapp, CEO of Woodtex Products, joins us to talk about leadership, transitioning a family business, and how to motivate a team. Also on this episode, Dave teaches how a detailed job description can help your team members win. And we wrap it up with our own Christy Wright speaking with Caren Merrick, founder and CEO of Pocket Mentor, on 10 things highly successful female leaders should never do.
How can you successfully run a business in today’s ever-changing marketplace? Todd Duncan, sales entrepreneur and best-selling author of The $6,000 Egg, says it’s all about creating emotional connections with your customers. And he joins this week’s podcast to tell you how. EntreLeadership Coach John Felkins also stops by to answer some of our listeners’ questions. This episode is business gold. Don’t miss it.