Sally Hogshead knows what it’s like to feel like part of you has died. A severe car accident left her paralyzed, nearly mute, and barely able to smile at 10 years old. In this episode of The Team Success Podcast, Shannon Waller talks with Sally about how losing her identity led her to develop “How[…]
How often do you find yourself playing the “victim”? In this episode of The Team Success Podcast, Shannon Waller is joined by David Emerald—author of The Power Of TED. Be part of their powerful discussion about empowerment, ownership, and becoming the creator of your own life.
Regardless of what stage of growth your company’s in—how you communicate and collaborate is fundamental to reaching new levels of success. In this episode of The Team Success Podcast, Shannon Waller and Collaborative Way experts discuss miscommunications and miscues.
Amy Bruske, co-author of Business is Business: Reality Checks for Family-Owned Companies, knows exactly what it takes to uphold a family business. In this episode of The Team Success Podcast, Amy and Shannon Waller discuss why family businesses are a unique type of team.
Conversations about company culture and team member engagement have become more and more important in today’s business world. Christian Cotichini, CEO of HeroX, is a pioneer in this regard. He has eliminated managers, refuses to do performance reviews, and would rather work with millennials. Listen in to this second chat between Shannon and Christian as[…]
In this special edition of the Team Success Podcast, Shannon Waller chats with Strategic Coach’s Unique Ability Specialist, Julia Waller, about their recently published book, Unique Ability 2.0: Discovery. Julia and Shannon offer great insights and tips on how to discover your natural and best abilities that can create the most value for the people[…]
Author and speaker Richard Abraham shares how you can bring your sales relationships to a higher and more profitable level. In this engaging and enlightening conversation, Shannon and Richard discuss “Mister Shmooze,” a character from the book of the same name that Richard created as a composite of the ideal attributes of the best salespeople[…]
Dr. Henry Cloud talks to us about making “Necessary Endings” to achieve growth and success. Leadership coach and clinical psychologist Dr. Henry Cloud talks with Shannon and shares that “Necessary endings do not come because something is wrong; they come because you are still alive.”
Author and psychologist Dr. Robert Maurer shares “The Kaizen Way” to make lasting life changes. Shannon and Dr. Maurer have an enlightening conversation around the idea that we only need to take very small steps in order to accomplish our biggest life goals.
Learn how to elevate your team’s “tribal culture” with author Dave Logan. Dave Logan and Shannon talk about the five stages of Tribal Leadership and the three things you can do to leap forward.