Consumer Miles, Balanced Leadership, Performance Rituals
The Matt Townsend Show - Season 1, Episode 1217
- Jun 15, 2017 4:00 pm
- 2:22:04 mins
Door to Door: The Magnificent, Maddening, Mysterious World of Transportation (15:46) Edward Humes is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and the author of DOOR TO DOOR: The Magnificent, Maddening, Mysterious World of Transportation. He is also the author of, GARBOLOGY: Our Dirty Love Affair With Trash and the collaborative eBook BEYOND THE SNITCH TANK. We all know rush hour traffic can get crazy, and over the years, it seems to have gotten worse. Edward Humes explains how many miles go into getting us our new iPhone and how far a tank of gas in moved before it is used in your car. Tighten the Lug Nuts: The Principles of Balanced Leadership (1:04:10) Rocky Romanella is the Founder and CEO of 3SIXTY Management Services, LLC, a management consulting firm specializing in Executive Speaking, Leadership Development, and Consulting Services. Rocky is an experienced leader who led one of the largest rebranding initiatives in franchising history - The UPS Store, revolutionizing the $9 billion retail shipping and business services market. It’s the choices we make that determines the kind of leader we can be. In Tighten the Lug Nuts: The Principles of Balanced Leadership, Rocky Romanella uses his over forty years of experience in supply chain, logistics and transportation, retail, sales, CEO and Director roles, to explore the ways a true leader can add value as a trusted advisor, mentor, and visionary who uses a process approach to lead the organization and its people to new levels of success. Performing a Ritual Improves Performance (1:48:30) Juliana Schroeder, an assistant Professor of Management organization at UC Berkeley Hass School of Business. Imagine these situations: you are about to walk into a big job interview, you are about to make a special presentation in work, or you are about to go on a very important date. Did you feel those pre-game jitters? Some people swear by their pre-performance rituals to get them through important and nerve-racking events. Do they really work? Juliana Schroeder explains.