It’s DO-BE Time is for entrepreneurs who believe that their business exists to support them in achieving a personal vision. Tony Carnesi (DOing) and Brian Gorman (BEing) and their guests address the challenges that business owners face and what is required to move through them successfully.
Leadership and managerial success, as well as the success of workers at all levels of the organization, are dependent on difficult conversations. In this episode, Harris Ginsberg (HRG Consulting), Tony, and Brian explore what makes some conversations difficult, how to prepare for them, and how to achieve the results you want.
As an entrepreneur, understanding the array of federal assistance available may be of vital importance. In this episode, recorded on July 22, 2020, JD Capital Strategies co-founder and managing partner Joel Brach discusses the current status of federal programs with the Do-Be Associates.
Both personal and business-related real estate costs impact the lives of entrepreneurs and other business leaders. In this episode, residential realtor Carl Ekroth (Douglas Elliman) and commercial realtor David Green (Cushman-Wakefield) discuss the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the New York City real estate market. What is happening in New York can be seen in other cities as well. Join Carl, David, Tony, and Brian for this important and insightful conversation.
Why do some business owners begin with passion and then “settle in,” waiting for retirement, while others make their business soar? What is the difference between being victimized by factors outside your control and being victorious despite those circumstances? In this episode, Tony and Brian delve into the DOing and BEing at the intersection of settling and soaring.
As a leader, what do you need to DO and who do you need to BE to “G.S.D.” (Get Stuff Done)? In this wide-ranging interview with Tony and Brian, Meg Manke and Rachel MK Headley of Rose Group International discuss the role that leaders play in the performance of their organizations. In their book iX Leadership: Create High-Five Cultures and Guide Transformation Rachel says, “We are experts in G.S.D.” There is a lot to learn from these experts in this edition of it’s DO-BE time!
Sometimes resilience is bouncing back, sometimes it’s hanging on by your fingernails, and sometimes it is coming back stronger than ever. In this wide-ranging conversation, Linda L. Hoopes, PhD (Resilience Alliance), Tony and Brian explore several aspects of resilience including your resilience muscles, the energies that fuel resilience, and whether it is okay to not be okay.
For almost two decades, ResultsMap founder Caroline Kealey has been engaged in organizational communications. Her passion is not on producing the communications, but in working with others in the creation and execution of communications strategy. In this episode she discusses with Tony and Brian the importance of communications strategy and offers simple models for improving your communications.
We all have “anchors” in our lives, those things that provide a sense of stability, security and control. Sometimes we let go of our anchors without intending to. In other cases, circumstances tear them away. COVID-19 has ripped away many of those anchors, whether they be going to the office, the products or services offered to customers and clients, or the loss of colleagues. In this podcast, Tony and Brian discuss anchors as a metaphor, and explore how business owners can re-establish anchors for themselves and their employees in order to regain a focus on success.
Culture is at the heart of every organization. While some employees thrive in a physical workspace, others are better suited for virtual work. Each requires a different set of behaviors, motivators and a different perspective on the ideal work environment. Humantelligence’s CEO Juan Luis Betancourt joins Tony and Brian to explore the different requirements of physical and virtual cultures, and how businesses can leverage those differences for competitive advantage.
Author David Sax (The Soul of the Entrepreneur) shares DO-BE Time with Tony and Brian. David shares his insights on what is truly required for entrepreneurial success based on hundreds of interviews with small business owners. He and the Do-Be’s explore the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on David (whose book launched in April) and other entrepreneurs, and what will drive business owners to make the adjustments they need to bring their business successfully through the current uncertainty.
Leah Garcés shares the lessons that she has learned as the virtual leader of an international organization. She and the Do-Be’s discuss the importance of trust and letting go of micro-managing, the advantages of being a virtual organization, the value of clearly defined outcomes, tools for virtual work, running effective virtual meetings, as well as additional insights for successfully leading virtually.
In this episode, meet Tony Carnesi (DO) and Brian Gorman (BE), the Do-Be Associates, as they introduce themselves and the it’s DO-BE time podcast.