Dr. Ed Jackson on Meaning-Centered Leadership

Why you’ve got to check out today’s episode

  • Discover why Meaning-Centered Leadership is an important topic
  • Learn how expertise manifests in leaders and their organisations
  • Find out how to implement Meaning-Centered Leadership to start making an immediate difference

Summary:

Dr. Ed Jackson is an educational leader and adjunct professor.

He has skill and experience in guiding teams to increased well-being and high performance.

When he is not pursuing his passion to improve society through education, he can be found sharing the message of Meaning-Centered Leadership and adding to the important research on the topic.

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Dan Pfister on Winning Back Customers

Why you’ve got to check out today’s episode

  • Discover how past customers are easier to engage and close than new ones
  • Learn why a customer that comes back to you is more valuable and more loyal
  • Explore how to re-establish customer relationships and reactivate the maximum number of high potential prospects

Summary:

Dan Pfister is a partner at The Business Source Corp.

They’ve worked with brands like American Express and Tony Robbins and have generated over 50k customers

In 2016 Dan built a customer winback process and based on the success of it, he founded Strategic Winback Services.

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Meet your host

Shane Spiers

Shane is a successful Business Coach with clients across the globe including UK, North America, Middle East, Asia & Africa. He has worked in a broad range of sectors including agriculture, arts, energy, healthcare, professional services, technology, real estate, construction & manufacturing... Shane is the former CEO of a Group of 7 small to mid-sized businesses managing the combined revenue growth of 300% in one year and selling two of the businesses for multi-million sums. He is also the former Managing Director of a £240m business unit that grew 2000% in 8 years and led a team of 1200 people serving 40,000 people across 135 sites.
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