EP 035: Navigating toxic work cultures and conflict with Dr. Froswa Booker-Drew

 

“Knowing what is the water cooler conversation like [is important].  You might not learn it immediately, but you have got to pay to attention it.”

Quick Wins interview with Dr. Froswa Booker-Drew, a senior executive in the public sector, seasoned consultant, and author of 2 books, Ready for a Revolution: 30 Days to Jolt Your Life and Rules of Engagement: Making Connections.  In this interview, Dr. Booker-Drew shares her own career journey and then breaks down what a toxic work cultures and how to best manage workplace conflicts.

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EP 034: Disruptive Technologies 101 with Biren Gandhi

MECE 034 | Disruptive Technologies 101

“I think one of the crucial components of [disruptive technologies] is the people.  Ultimately it is the people who drive things forward and make critical decisions using the data.”

Quick Wins interview with Biren Gandhi, a senior key level technology executive based out of Silicon Valley.  A former Facebook & Cisco technologist, Biren provides our listeners with a deep dive on disruptive technologies such as Internet of Things (IOT), artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, and fog computing.   In this informative discussion, Biren provides definitions of the various technologies and shares insights on some of the key ways technology will continue advance into 21st century.

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EP 033: Staying Away from the Consulting Hype with Loren Weisman

MECE 033 | Consulting Hype

 

As you slowly build up and you share what you know with an authenticity, you will be able to grow your experience and authority and your online reputation so much better than going out there and hyping with the thousands of others that should not have anything in consulting at all.

AMA (Ask Me Anything) interview with Loren Weisman, a musician turned accidental business consultant.  Loren is a brand precision marketing strategist, speaker, author and host of Wait What Really OK” is A Methodical, Comical & Informational Podcast.

In today’s interview, Loren shares his career journey into consulting, the concept of intention vs. perception, and some of the common pitfalls he has witnessed over the year with his experience in the profession and with startup companies.

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