The Fast Leader Podcast hosted by Jim Rembach is a weekly show devoted to revealing the leadership lifehacks that will help you become a better customer-centric leader faster.

290: Gregg Ward – Leadership is About Respect

2020-08-12T08:44:12-04:00August 12th, 2020|Podcasts|

Gregg Ward Show Notes Page Gregg Ward was working with a colleague who he became best buddies with. They would hang out, party, and spend time together, but after some performance slip-ups, Gregg (who was the leader of the organization) was put in a position where he needed to deal with the issues that his [...]

289: Alan Willett – Leading with Speed

2020-08-05T11:52:20-04:00August 5th, 2020|Podcasts|

Alan Willett Show Notes Page Alan Willett was employed in a corporation and felt miserable about the job. Then, he came to a realization that all the work that he was doing was actually for himself and the greater good. Having shifted his mindset, Alan Willett returned to his work having the ability to say [...]

288: Louis Carter – Leading Great Companies and Sparking Peak Performance

2020-08-04T07:21:50-04:00July 29th, 2020|Podcasts|

Louis Carter Show Notes Page Louis Carter was working for a group of people who locked him in an office to do all of their work until three in the morning. He tried to escape, but the door was locked and there was an alarm in the way. He didn't have a key and didn't [...]

287: Lolly Daskal – Leading From Within

2020-07-23T05:12:27-04:00July 22nd, 2020|Podcasts|

Lolly Daskal Show Notes Page Lolly Daskal shares her insights on the many ways a leader can lead from within. Throughout her career, she experienced many humps to overcome, and although leading from within may not be easy, there are certainly many tools and techniques that can help your life more meaningful and memorable. Lolly [...]

286: Luis Pedroza – How to Develop a Winning Brand

2020-07-15T04:56:32-04:00July 15th, 2020|Podcasts|

Luis Pedroza Show Notes Page Luis Pedroza was in a foreign country facing challenges in growing a product from an established brand. The company he was working with was seeing the competitive environment in an outdated way and growth was not that easy anymore. By showing them a new future or having them look at [...]

285: Amy Posey – Why Weirdness Works in Leadership

2020-07-08T10:14:25-04:00July 8th, 2020|Podcasts|

Amy Posey Show Notes Page Amy Posey had an opportunity to talk and meet with a tech startup team. In order to spark them up and make them think, Amy experimented working with weird cutouts and novel items that left the people stunned and confused. Coming in with these weird and ridiculous items, the items [...]

284: David Dye – Taking Action in Creating a Courageous Culture

2020-07-01T09:18:54-04:00July 1st, 2020|Podcasts|

David Dye Show Notes Page David Dye experienced the lowest moments of his leadership during one particular team lunch. The things he was communicating to his team did not feel relevant to them. David realized that he was executing his own vision and did not ask the team what their vision was. Realizing his mistake, [...]

283: David Finkel – Learning to Manage More Intelligently

2020-06-22T10:38:15-04:00June 24th, 2020|Podcasts|

David Finkel Show Notes Page The arrival of David Finkel's children was a complete shock to him. He never changed a diaper, never fed a child, and totally had no idea what to do. He was very busy being a father. At the same time, he was still owning a business. Not wanting to miss [...]

282: Peter Economy – Being a Good Boss

2020-06-16T09:20:03-04:00June 17th, 2020|Podcasts|

Peter Economy Show Notes Page Peter Economy previously managed a small group of around 12 people. After being placed to a new position, he was suddenly required to manage around 400-500 people. The task was very daunting at first, but after realizing that he had key people working for him to help manage the other [...]

281: Tim Clark – The Importance of Psychological Safety in the Workplace

2020-06-16T09:04:57-04:00June 10th, 2020|Podcasts|

Tim Clark Show Notes Page Going through this current pandemic, Tim Clark learned that a crisis has the unique ability to liquify the status quo. There is always an opportunity in the calamity. Take advantage of the current state we're in and shift the culture now while it's in a fluid state. Tim was born [...]

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