Bob talks about research that shows the Corona Virus shutdown may have months remaining rather than weeks. He also shares a story of a pharmacist who is committed to do his duty
Bob updates a directive from the CDC for protecting infrastructure workers who may not have been able to avoid contact. He also reports on ATI Decorative Laminates President Tara Burgio moving production to serve hospitals and law enforcement.
Bob updates the state of the Eastern U.S and talks about opportunities when using power during COVID-19.
Molly Snider of the Coolest Women in the RVA chats about the expansion and hip factor of Scotts Addition. She talks about what it takes to manage one of the premier properties in midtown.
Bob discusses considerations that leaders must have when framing their communications strategy in the time of COVID-19.
Bob recaps today's message from the Surgeons General and looks at folks whose jbs do not allow working from home.
Bob kicks off a daily series on leadership during tough times. The pandemic that is raving the world is changing the nature of work, relationships, and communication.
Bob welcomes Suzanne Rosenhammer to Labrador Leadership where she talks leadership, career, and growth in the tech world in the RVA. She kicks off the Coolest Women in the RVA series.
Bob talks about the importance snd place of critical thinking in the leadership toolbox.
Bob welcomes Megan Morris to the program and they discuss the concept of Humble Leadership and the possibilities that it can create for the performance of your team.
Bob talks about how leadership looks a bit different through the lens of an entrepreneur taking on a startup.
Bob kicks of the second season of the podcast with a welcome and a tribute to the leadership of Lady Vols basketball coach Pat Summitt who passed away this summer.
Summit was the winningest coach man or woman at the division one level. She took over the team in 1976 at the age of 22. She went on to win eight national titles, appear in 18 Final Fours, and 1,098 games.
Bob chats with Talmar Anderson, host of the Business Side of Business podcast, about the leadership challenges folks face in getting their new initiatives launched.
Bob and Alex talk about the wildly popular photoblog Humans of New York and the leadership lessons to be learned from Brandon Stanton. His Facebook page has well over 15 million likes, but there are leadership lessons to be learned from his art and his approach.
Bob talks today about the leadership and the concept of plausible deniability. This is in light of the recent news out of the University of Louisville that recruits and players attended parties at which girls were available for sex that had been paid for by a team graduate assistance coach.
Bob and Alex review a list of the ten worst leadership lies. It is important to be aware of them and sensitive to them showing up in interactions on your team.
Bob wraps up the discussion of project management and leadership be reviewing symptoms that may indicate you really don't want to work in this role.
Bob continues the leadership discussion in the context of project management with a look at the qualities of communication that are needed.
Bob talks about the comparison of core leadership skills and those that are needed in the realm of project management.