My heart is heavy as I watched the memorial service for my dear friend, Chris Oakley, who tragically passed away at 37-years of age in a hunting accident this month. I worked with Chris for the past 4 years. Our relationship started as Chris was assigned to me as my business coach, but he quickly became my friend.
A mission statement breathes life into the lungs of an organization, it provides substance for the vision. But creating such a defining single sentence statement can be a daunting task.
Business Coach Chris Oakley of EntreLeadership is the special guest expert that is interviewed on the fifth episode of the NEW Calibrate Real Estate Podcast! Chris and Kyle discuss the keys to intentionally and strategic planning for success inside your business with a team of 1, or a team of 500.
8 Million Downloads and Counting. Kyle Malnati was featured on episode #153 of the EntreLeadership podcast with host, Ken Colman. Kyle was chosen to speak about the subject of delegation for business leaders.
The EntreLeadership website featured an article written by a “special correspondent:” EntreLeader Kyle Malnati (partner at Madison & Company Properties in Denver, Colorado)
Dave Ramsey’s stage presence is electric. He is a passionate and gifted presenter, so you would think that there might be a natural “let down” when Dave walks off-stage. To my amazement, his “supporting cast” is consistent with the “main event.”
Jim Collins confronted a common misconception about leaders this week. Jim said that the majority of leaders DON’T BEGIN as great leader…
Have you ever heard of “Seth Godin?” Just try entering the first name, “Seth” into Google. As of today, there are 135,000,000 results, and Seth Godin is both the 1st and the 3rd result on the first page.
When was the last time you sat down with someone to talk without your cell phone? Today was one of those ‘once in a lifetime’ experiences… a bucket-list moment. Along […]
You’ve probably been to a business conference before (most of us have), and you know that you typically get a course book for the event. If you’re anything like me, you might write some “notes in the margin.”