Guest Will Witherington, a pastor of ministry and expansion, has more than two decades of leadership development experience. Tune in to learn Will’s recipe to create a flourishing leader, the types of leaders with whom he surrounds himself, and why feedback is one of the most underused developmental tools.
How does the power of social media relate to the recent short squeeze in the stock market? Why have the U.S. markets been on the rise over the past year? Matt Parks, wealth advisor at Dean Dorton Wealth Management, joins host Justin Hubbard on this episode to answer these questions and more.
Maddie Schueler, a Dean Dorton colleague and tax law expert, joins host Justin Hubbard in this episode. Maddie and Justin speculate on the vast uncertainty across the political spectrum and discuss President Biden’s tax proposals. This episode was recorded on January 6, 2021, the day after the Georgia Senate runoff but before the outcome was final.
Tune in for Justin’s intimate conversation with Bill Thomason, recently retired President/CEO of Keeneland, Thoroughbred racetrack and auction house which sits at the epicenter of the Horse Capital of the World. Bill discusses the importance of leadership humility and succession planning as he hands over the reins to the next President/CEO.
Host Justin Hubbard and special guest Tollie Miller, an organization development consultant, explore what 2020, the year like no other, has meant to leaders around the globe. Tollie uncovers the positive changes the world of corporate leadership has seen in 2020 and how companies can get serious about leadership development.
Justin Hubbard dives deep into the complexities of managing the four generations—baby boomers, Gen X, millennials, and Gen Z—in a cohesive workplace environment. Are differences between job attitudes across multiple generations as significant as we’re made to believe?
Jason Miller, Business Consulting Director at Dean Dorton, shares real life stories on cybersecurity attacks and why it’s important for entrepreneurs and businesses of all sizes to build cybersecurity into their comprehensive business risk assessments.
Guest Bryce Anderson, an entrepreneur with multiple brands, explores what frozen yogurt, a salad kitchen, and the active gaming world have in common. Learn how Bryce applies lessons learned from his first business in high school to his current venture decisions.
Your company builds a brand from the first day it becomes customer-facing. How are you shaping your brand and strategizing your marketing efforts? Jenny Patterson, Marketing Director at Dean Dorton, talks all things marketing—how big data impacts your marketing strategy, how to market to multiple generations, and how to market in this age of resistance.
Guest Brian Luftman, founder of American Farm Investors, is a passionate entrepreneur who has started numerous ventures. Brian and show host Justin Hubbard discuss where entrepreneurs should focus their time, where to spend resources, and how to quantify results.