When you are stripped of tools and resources, the ultimate determiner of team results will be the daily behaviors of the team members. Acceptable and non-acceptable team behaviors should be spelled out clearly by the team and agreed upon by all team members. When the right behaviors are in place, tools and resources become powerful multipliers for success.
Follow various projects that FirstBank CEO, Jim Reuter, funds and builds in his spare time. We get to follow the story of the development of Zelle, the struggles of changing a business, evolving a company technologically, and his time in the Heart of Leaders Program. Jim is also the first graduate of the Heart of Leaders Program and talks about the walls that Rick broke down with him.
Listen to Jim Reuter's journey climbing up the FirstBank ladder through philanthropic mindset. As CEO of the 'Largest Philanthropic Bank' in Colorado, he is the man that developed the slogan "Banking for Good." You get to hear the stories of him loving every job he had from the floor of FirstBank to the HQ. Jim's roots started on a farm with his brothers and father, and it was there he complained about the snow- so he got a job with FirstBank in California to get away from brutal Midwest winters. Now Jim is a proud Coloradan and family man with two sons and two grandchildren.
For any team to understand their progress toward the Daring Destination, they must know and understand the metrics that matter and have a clear view of those metrics at all times to enable mid-course corrections to the Daring Destination.
Todd Musselman hones in on victim mentality versus having an ownership mindset. With are particular focus on the vocabulary you use and how it either hinders or encourages growth, Todd will show you how to manage life when you feel defeated and stuck. Todd will also take you through personal examples in his life where growth seemed pointless and when he didn't want to keep fighting, all the while he still did and does not regret a single day of developing himself. Take this new perspective this week and run with it!
Todd Musselman takes us deep into his struggles with both sides of family business. He shows us what it was like to loose a family business and how he handled the aftershock. However, with the loss brought him great things. Todd discusses victim versus leadership mindset and how he got back into the flow and followed his heart and friends into the business of giving to others-- public speaking. Follow this fantastic journey with pain, plight and pity that leads to hope, harmony and heaven.
The team is there to accomplish the goal. The leader is there to support the team. If the team reaches their goals, profits will quickly follow. Your team will only treat your customers as well as they are treated. Download the practice sheet at HeartofLeadersPodcast.com
Cathy sunshine talks in depth about relationships within a company alongside how costumers control the company. She goes into detail about how chaos on the outside will reflect the inside and vice versa. Listen for more details on reflecting the image your customers want to get the results you were hoping for.
For the team to excel and adapt to a relentlessly changing environment and competitive landscape, each member must take responsibility for their own personal and professional growth and leaders must proactively invest time and money into the growth of their teams. The stronger each member becomes, the stronger the team becomes. Download the practice sheet at HeartofLeadersPodcast.com