Voice of Bold Business Radio

Voice of Bold Business Radio

Our roles as leaders constantly evolve, as does our business – whether from changes in the market, adjusting course to stay on the company vision or even to the number of hats worn. Problems reveal themselves when we understand people and read situations well. However, sometimes the chatter within our own mind, expectations of others and our own limiting thoughts … add complexity. Here on the Voice of Bold Business Radio we talk about skills to ask better questions, solve problems and take action. The result is effectively handling: tough situations; changing culture; adding new products or markets; setting goals; reviewing people; evaluating business; setting priorities; building strategy; and more. You will find reflections on what worked within real situations … and what didn’t. You will find ideas discussed that apply to your situation and spark curiosity. These conversations deliver possibility. In every program, we acknowledge there is more than one way to reach the end goal. Action matters. Bold Business includes strategy, ideas, leadership, promotion, operations, prioritizing, confidence, problem-solving, solutions, communication, marketing, values, goals, efficiency, responsibility, sustainability, accountability, manners, rules of engagement, vision, mission, business, transitions, management, crisis management, character, soft skills, core competencies, tactical skills, what works (and doesn’t) – all from Business Advocate Jessica Dewell. Transcripts, highlights and immediately useful show notes are available for each episode. Go to VoiceOfBoldBusiness.com for show archives. The Voice of Bold Business is brought to you by Red Direction.... Show More

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Your business has many directions it can travel. The one true direction, toward that new exciting level, we call the Red Direction. In this show, Jess Dewell delves into one question that will add clarity to the big questions you face in business today including

How to stay competitive in a changing market,
How to break through business plateaus,
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Differentiation is everything. Obvious pressures push us to features, comparisons, and price. Even so, if your strategy doesn’t include those pressures why do we still feel the need to put head space around them? Strategy isn’t just more sales, it’s positioning and thinking about the adaptability and longevity of the product. Jess Dewell, mentor to executives and founders, hosts Patti Haus, Conversion Copywriter, and Zachary Bea... Read more

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Fostering an engaged employee experience, namely the interactions with your company from job posting to hiring to adding value to the work they (and you) do … is harder than you think. We all have stories of job seeking, hiring, and working where a company says one thing and does another. Usually such gaffes are unintentional – yet those gaps really impact the bottom line of your company. Tune in and listen to Jess Dewell, execu... Read more

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Our actions show what we prioritize. The perception of those priorities add to, or take away from, your organization’s culture. The better you know what the culture is and can talk about it with new (and existing) stakeholders, the better you can leverage innovation and achievement. Jess Dewell, mentor to executives and founders, hosts Barbara Jaynes, Founder of Positively Funded, and Russell Dennis, Possibility Engineer, to dis... Read more

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Our life experiences are based on many things – one of which is the differences in how we live and work. These experiences shape our views, our expectations, and how we perceive loyalty, collaboration, and trust. Jess Dewell, executive and founder mentor, talks about the productivity of multi-generational teams with Phyllis Haserot, President & Founder of Practice Development Counsel.

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With so many distractions and opportunities, focus can be difficult. What you do, the habits you cultivate, reinforce your ability to achieve your goals. Jess Dewell, mentor to executives and founders, discusses productivity, time, and more with guest Joe Workman, technology entrepreneur.

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Technology changes at an incredible rate, yet many processes used to introduce people to your software haven’t changed at the same rate. The way you introduce your product matters! Jess Dewell, mentor to executives and founders, talks with Greg Dickinson, founder of Omedym, to learn why we face the “death of the salesman.”

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Systems, processes, and results, oh my! We create systems and processes for our workflow, yet we don’t always connect that important work to how we deliver product – specifically online. Jess Dewell, mentor to executives and founders, talks with Zachary Beach, Coach and Mentor and Real Estate Investor about effective delivery models.

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There are times we make decisions that impact those around us. It is important to remember that people not involved in the decision-making process are impacted, too. Win-win situations can be elusive, especially when we don’t include key elements into the way we think. Jess Dewell, mentor to executives and founders, and talks with Dr. Marlene Bizub, Certified Divorce Coach and Consultant, to explore why what’s right doesn’t have... Read more

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We often find ourselves facing different situations depending on life experiences, family affluence, and choices made. Sometimes opportunities come easily, other times not so much. Our personal attitude and awareness of what we have because of who we are ... this is an honor. When using this mindset for good, we improve humankind. Jess Dewell talks with Jessica Pettit about creating a “culture of humility.”

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Today, technology is a core part of business – just like marketing and accounting. When we only think of technology as a tool to support functional areas in our businesses, we are at a deficit. When employed as a key part of overall business strategy, technology allows us to explore and make choices that: positively impacts our market position; allows us to better serve customers; and enables us to adapt quickly to change. Jess ... Read more

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It’s easy to look at others and critique their leadership style. It’s harder to look objectively at that characteristic in ourselves. In this program, we will discuss important characteristics of leaders and how developed these skills are in our own professional lives. Jess Dewell hosts Patti Haus, conversation copywriter, to discuss necessary leadership characteristics.

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What we prioritize is what we value. When looking at our choices, do they align with our values and move the needle toward growth? Growth of your business, growth of your team’s capacity, growth of yourself as a leader? Jess Dewell, business consultant, executive and founder mentor, and growth entrepreneur, digs into the importance of that which you will not compromise.

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Most things are out of your control, and yet you have the ability to think and act in ways that will influence the direction of your business. Your success will come from the way you think and the actions you take … and how aligned these interconnected items are. Jess Dewell discusses how to execute your growth strategy with panelists Dr. Amanda Barrientez, NFA Coach, and Joe Workman, technology entrepreneur.

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Being truly customer-centric includes knowing the reason that people buy your product. And that reason is found through experimentation. The way you test matters directly correlates to your ability to anticipate changing customer needs over time. Jess Dewell talks with Chris Dayley, Neuromarketer at Disruptive Advertising, about how to understand the connection you have to your customers.

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The more you think up front in business, the easier it is to adapt, change, and even pivot as necessary. Yet most of us don’t plan for what might happen when we begin implementation to achieve growth. To discuss having a fallback plan, Jess Dewell hosts panelists Zachary Beach Coach, Mentor, Real Estate Investor, and Steve Rosvold, CEO and Founder of CFO.University.

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Is our vision enough to create and scale the business we lead? It’s how you think, decide, and follow through. Having accountability matters, and impacts your company’s realized and potential results. Jess Dewell talks about getting an outside perspective on your business with Don Cohen and Greg Thiesen, founders of SecondOpinion.how.

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The intention brought to thinking about what we want to accomplish impacts the end result. Listen in as Jess Dewell and co-host Teodora Petkova discuss: "How do you know when you've crossed the line from necessary work to busy work?"

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You have an immediate opportunity to increase profitability 100% with just a few small adjustments to how you do business. The adaptability and flexibility require specific skills and perspectives. Jess Dewell talks with Jeffry Caudle, Founder of NeuroDash, about building a business plan that lasts 100 years.

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People come to us for specific information. That knowledge is specifically what people perceive about us … what we can contribute to what will keep us top-of mind-for our area of expertise. Jess Dewell talks about thought leadership and market positioning with Annalisa Parent, CEO and founder at Date with the Muse.

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