Ever wonder how some people seem to always hit it out of the park?
Sure, they may occasionally miss the mark but, more often than not, you can’t help but notice how those around you are having one success after another? So, what’s their secret? Why do they seem to have many more hits than misses?
That’s what we attempt to wrap our minds around today with the help of Ken Goldstein. Ken is author of Endless Encores: Repeating Success Through People, Products and Profits.
Ken is an advisor to a number of successful companies and has served as CEO and chairman of the board at SHOP.COM, and as executive vice president and managing director of Disney Online. He also speaks and teaches frequently on topics of leadership, executive management, and innovation.
To join my conversation with Ken, simply hit the play button below. You’re sure to learn a lot.
In today’s episode, Ken and I discuss:
- The key to building a career of endless encores
- The importance of understanding the difference between compromise and consensus
- The three things you need to evaluate the next time you make a hiring decision
- And a lot more…
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Ken Goldstein in Action
Books Ken Recommends
First, Break All the Rules: What the World’s Greatest Managers Do Differently by Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman
Ken Goldstein Resources
The best place to find out more about Ken is on his company website.
Here, you can pick up a copy of Ken’s new book.
You might consider booking Ken to speak at your next event.
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