September 24, 2012 /

Business Model Innovation

Sue talks with business innovation guru Saul Kaplan on how to to capture, design, innovate and transform your business. Saul is the author of The Business Model Innovation Factory: How to Stay Relevant When the World Is Changing and a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review, Fortune, and Bloomberg Businessweek.

Follow him on Twitter: @skap5

September 24th, 2012|
August 24, 2012 /

Breakthrough Creativity

Sue hosts John Linkner, tech entrepreneur and best-selling author of Dreaming: A Proven System to Drive Breakthrough Creativity. Josh discusses how to drive breakthrough creativity in business and individual success.

Follow him on Twitter: @joshlinkner

August 24th, 2012|
July 24, 2012 /

Power of Thinking Differently

Sue hosts Javy Galindo, creativity speaker, consultant, and author of The Power of Thinking Differently: An Imaginative Guide to Creativity, Change, and the Discovery of New Ideas.  Javy discusses the process of thinking differently and how to develop skills to bring your idea to reality.

Follow him on Twitter: @jwgthink

July 24th, 2012|
October 27, 2011 /

Harnessing Strategic Connections

Sue Bethanis and Gordon Curtis chat about his “Right Person/Right Approach” social networking strategy and how connecting in this very specific way can exponentially increase leaders effectiveness. Gordon is a leading executive transition coach, agent and author who has helped hundreds of leaders achieve their business and career objectives.

Follow him on Twitter: @gcurtis

October 27th, 2011|
April 26, 2011 /

Social Media and Open Leadership

Sue hosts Charlene Li, founder of the Altimeter Group, author of the New York Times best-seller Open Leadership: How Social Technology Can Transform the Way You Lead, and co-author of the critically-acclaimed best-seller Groundswell: Winning in a World Transformed by Social Technologies, which was named one of the best business books in 2008. Charlene share tips on how social technology is forcing leaders to be more open – making for better, more equal relationships with customers and employees.

Follow her on Twitter: @charleneli

April 26th, 2011|
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