On Monday I had the great honor to participate in the Washington Business Journal's #MentoringMonday. And it was so inspiring to be around so many talented and strong women.
Maintaining a dynamic and vibrant organizational culture has never been more important or difficult. For leaders like Phillippe Lanier, who oversees all activities for EastBanc, a 600-person global real estate, retail, and technology company, building and empowering his team is a central focus and that involves letting go and an emphasis on being of service. In this episode of Prism of Value, Phillippe discusses his approach and philosophy of managing this family-owned company, navigating through the pandemic, and laying the foundation for the future.
If we were to only sit down and have a conversation together [with our customers], we could figure out the value of the product to that company. It's an attitude or a mindset that says Mr. Customer, I want to help you understand, is this a good decision? Right? Are you getting the value you need?
In this podcast, Terri discusses the challenge of keeping cultural institutions viable during the pandemic and providing a safe space for connection, important conversations about race, and an inclusive path forward.
Lidia talks about the lessons that she learned during the pandemic and also things she now knows that she wishes she had known before the pandemic
In this episode, Gina Schaefer shares her secrets of staying power and success: hint listen to everyone carefully and be prepared to communicate often and in different ways.
Beth Brummel talks about culture in workplaces and how their culture has shifted due to the impact from Covid and working from home and if it’s a good shift
Alex Orfinger shares his thoughts on the revenue model for the virtual events versus the way he had thought about it before the pandemic.
How many of us shroud ourselves in metaphorical clouds of fog that prevent our bosses, would-be clients, partners, and even our own teams from seeing our value?
Having lots of paperbacks and hard cover books seems out of date or is it? What do you do with the books you’ve collected over the years? Do you hang on to them or get rid of them, especially now when we can get almost anything on our devices instantly.