TBLP103 | David Ossip: Human Capital Management Leader

Do you want to scale your organization?

If the answer to this is yes, then you have to listen to this episode with David Ossip.

David Ossip, CEO & Chairman of Ceridian, Human Capital Management (HCM Cloud Software) was exposed to entrepreneurship at a very young age. Now, he is a dad to two wonderful kids and an avid cyclist.

Edwin and David dive into the topic of how he switched Ceridian from a company with a survival culture to an innovation organization.

What’s more, is David shared how to find the right leader based on the scale of the organization that you’re at.

Lastly, you will hear how David scale a company by overemphasizing on focus.

Enjoy!

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • How giving up an 8-figure deal helps David grow as a business leader
  • Partnering with another company (Ceridian), taking the leadership position and how he manages his team and grow the company
  • Three ways to encourage every member of the organization to communicate and embody the culture and core values of the company
  • Why scaling an organization requires the emphasis on culture
  • What kills innovation and three ways to build the culture of innovation
  • How Dayforce will help leaders manage their employees with the rise of a distributed workforce and AI
  • The difference between an exceptionally confident individual contributor and a good manager
  • Persistence as the best leadership quality plus three advice on how to scale your company

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Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

 

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.

TBLP102 | Mark Bowden: Body Language Expert

Do you want to understand body language and facial expression?

Today on the show, you are going to hear from Mark Bowden, Keynote Speaker, World Renown Body Language Expert and creator of TRUTHPLANE.

Edwin and Mark delve on the topics of the importance of body language or as everyone knows, the non-verbal communication.

Also, hear from Mark how he helped CEOs of Fortune 500 companies and Prime Ministers of G8 powers master non-verbal communication that will let them grow as a business leader.

Lastly, learn what is SCAN and how it can help you interpret other people’s body language.

Enjoy!

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • Mark’s background: how he became an expert on human behavior and body language and how he helps business leaders
  • Why it’s important for business leaders to understand body language or non-verbal communication
  • How to present yourself in a compelling way with your body language that exudes trust and credibility
  • S.C.A.N. – a system of thinking that will help us interpret other people’s body language and get us closer to the truth
  • How to deal with disturbing arms closing, body shifting, etc. during a conference or meeting
  • Do they like your speech or not? – Advice on business leaders when giving a speech or talk on a large audience
  • The thought process on how to present yourself when speaking with audience that you cannot see (such as in online live platforms)
  • A most effective, direct and quickest way to win trust and credibility

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Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

 

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.

TBLP101 | Krystyn Harrison: Career Leader

Prior to founding Prosper, Krystyn advised Fortune 100 companies at AT Kearney and founded Unison Design Group (acquired by Versett, 2017). She has an HBA and MBA from Ivey Business School.

Outside Prosper, she loves to spend time with her family and travel.

In this episode, you will hear Krystyn share what Prosper is and their plans for the next six to twelve months.

Not only that, she will discuss why you need a mentor or a coach that is accessible.

Plus, find out her advice to young business leaders to get ahead and find worth in what they are doing.

Enjoy!

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • How Prosper helps people become successful in life and career
  • The value of having an accessible coach/mentor
  • Importance of self-awareness or self-reflection as a leader in order to find your blind spot
  • Career Board of Advisors (a new term coined in this episode) – what are they and why you need them
  • Your coach or advisor doesn’t have to be a formal mentor to make an impact on your life and career
  • Advice for business leaders especially for millennial business leaders or the so-called “The Burnout Generation”

Links

Reading List

  • Radical Condor by Kim Scott

Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

 

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.

TBLP100 | Dr. Greg Wells: Peak Performance Business Leader

In today’s episode, Edwin interviews Dr. Greg Wells about the top five-step process for establishing a healthy high performing team.

Dr. Greg Wells is a Physiologist, Scientist, Speaker & 3x Best-Selling Author. He helps people get healthy & perform better via research and applied science.

Outside of what he does, his number one priority is his kids, and family. Dr. Wells got a four year old and eight years old, so he had to spend as much time with them.

Dr. Wells invested heavily in sports equipment for his kids so he can drag them off to do the stuff that he likes to do. They went skiing, surfing, and love doing physical activity. He does cycling, running and swimming, and also love lifting weights to make him feel better.

What you will discover in this episode are:

What adverse effects being in a hustle mode do to your brain?

Find out how to work smart and achieve the lifestyle you want for you and your family.

Lastly, how you as an emerging leader can lead a healthy, high-performing team.

And much more! Enjoy!

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • What does it take to be a world-class athlete in performance, health, and business capacity
  • The number one mistake a lot of businesses fail
  • Types of brain waves and its contribution to our state of body and mind
  • Three principles you must do to be successful
  • Two types of people categorized by sleep physiology
  • Intention Vs. Compulsion; what does it mean and how to apply on your business
  • Five step process for establishing a healthy high performing team

Links

Reading List

Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.

TBLP099 | Paul Burns: Social Media Leader

A seasoned and passionate senior executive with over a decade of experience building and leading high-performance teams both locally and internationally.

That is how you will see Paul Burns. 

But outside Twitter, Paul is a simple guy, married for fifteen years and has two young sons. He loves music, running, and snowboarding.

In today’s episode, Edwin and Paul dive deep on what Twitter is and how it helped connect business leaders to their team members.

Not only that, you will hear Paul sharing his most difficult decisions from being a rookie executive to now a business leader.

Lastly, listen as what two qualities you must possess to emerge as a business leader.

Enjoy!

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • Twitter as an operating system for culture
  • Paul’s role in growing Twitter’s reach in Canada
  • How Paul grow as a leader by being uncomfortable
  • The definition of hindsight, foresight, and insight according to Paul
  • Pros and Cons of self-promotion in a business organization
  • Arrogance or Confidence; a critical character that one must have in an organization
  • Two challenges faced by a business leader
  • As an emerging leader, listen to what Paul has to say in leading people

Links

Reading List

Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

 

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.

TBLP095 | Laurie Campbell: Fitness Bootcamp Leader

You need to surround yourself with people who bring up your weaknesses and know your strengths. This is one of the important lesson Barry’s Bootcamp Regional Vice President, Laurie Campbell learned as a woman in business.

Being a female entrepreneur, Laurie went through challenges that she was able to overcome with help from family and peers. In today’s episode, she offered tips and tricks on how to survive the demand in a male-dominated industry. She also gave advice on taking the plunge and setting up a business, to moving ahead when the odds are against you.

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • Laurie’s transition from being a yoga studio owner to being Barry’s Bootcamp VP
  • What are difficult decisions that allowed her to grow as a business leader
  • Laurie realization that a previous venture is no longer for her
  • The importance of being with like-minded people
  • Laurie’s thoughts as a woman in business
  • What’s the best leadership quality that Laurie has

Links

Reading List

  • American Kingpin: The Epic Hunt for the Criminal Mastermind Behind the Silk Road by Nick Bilton
  • Never Split the Difference: Negotiating as if Your Life Depended on It by Chris Voss with Tahl Raz

Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

 

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.

TBLP086 | Ryan Gill: Agile Leadership

Ryan Gill is the CEO of Communo, and past President of Cult Collective, an internationally recognized marketing agency in Calgary. He is a small town kid from a little town in Ontario called Brockville. Ryan moved to Bowmanville.  When he is not busy working, he spent most of his time with his wife Aimee and two young daughters.

Today on the show, Ryan shared what is the Communo community that he is building and how it can help solopreneurs to find people who can execute their ideas. He and Edwin also discussed what are the different group of people that can join the community he is building. And not only that, you will hear how Ryan was able to 10x his earnings.

This is one episode you do not want to miss!

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • What is a market network, what does it consist and how it can help you as an emerging leader
  • The four types of a member that can join Communo
  • The definition of solopreneurs according to Ryan
  • Why Communo stand out among other online marketplaces
  • What does it mean to worry about pleasing yourself first
  • How Ryan was able to start earning ten times over

Links

Reading List

Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.

TBLP085 | Anil Gupta: Relationships and Happiness Leader

What is your mission in life? For Anil Gupta, Mindset Expert at Anil Gupta Workshops, it is to reach a billion people by December 31, 2020.  His mission is to inspire, move, and touch people. He lived by a quote from Steve Martin, “Be so great that you cannot be ignored.”

In this episode, Edwin and Anil talked about how forgiveness can give your freedom, why some people are comfortable about being uncomfortable and uncomfortable about being uncomfortable and also how to properly do the Gratitude Exercise.

Do not miss this episode!

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • Anil taking us back on the time when he met Tony Robbins and got a chance to work with him
  • What is the turning point for Anil to become a coach
  • Listen to Anil’s story on how he went from being broke to being an abundant man
  • What is “The G3”, and how it can make a difference in your everyday life
  • The Gratitude Exercise; how, when and where to do it
  • Why miscommunication is the number one challenge facing the future business leaders
  • Health and foster new relationships; why they are the most important factor a young leader must nurture

Links

Reading List

  • Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
  • Immediate Happiness: Be Happy NOW Using Practical Steps with Immediate Proven Results by Anil Gupta

Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.

TBLP079 | Claire Adams: Media Leader with Purpose

Claire Adams is the co-CEO of Canada’s premier network for driven Millennials, Notable Life Media Group, Inc. It covers all aspects of millennial life including social, professional, and charitable engagements.

Claire loves food and travel. She is very easy going but works very hard. After taking over Notable Life, 18 months ago, she now looks forward to travelling next year.

In today’s episode, Edwin and Claire touched on the topic of leadership fueled by gratitude. She shared how she starts the day and how it commands the rest of it. Claire also opened up on the challenges of re-branding and transforming an organization with a different culture. This episode is full of nuggets of wisdom you can apply to your organization.

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • The importance of collaborating with like-minded business leaders
  • Why Claire transitioned from production stage manager to an entry-level position and became an executive producer of live entertainment
  • The difference between a Freelancer and an Entrepreneur
  • How to scale a company while introducing a new strategy
  • Challenges they faced when they took over a company with a different culture
  • Becoming a business leader with compassion and purpose
  • Find out how Claire practices gratitude

Links

Reading List

Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be“.

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on air and answer it there.

This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.

TBLP072 | Ross Andrew Paquette: Marketing Cloud Leader

Ross Andrew Paquette is the founder and CEO of Maropost, North America’s fastest growing marketing automation company, as ranked by the Deloitte Technology Fast 500. After founding Maropost in 2011, Ross has gone on to double annual growth every year since turning a one-person operation into an international business. Acting as the strategic center of the company, Ross is responsible for determining both business and development direction.

After working tirelessly for the last six years, Ross is now busy travelling. His focus now is to let his team move, make decisions, let them make mistakes and take control of the roles in the areas they want. While they’re doing that I Ross gets a little bit more free time to travel.

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • What is Maropost and how it will help you build your business
  • What is the one key component that will help you grow your business
  • As a business leader, find out the two things you have to look for when hiring a new team member
  • Learn how Ross motivates his team members to be a creative thinker
  • How listening helped Ross to be an effective business leader

Links

Reading List

Thanks to DJ Dopey, one of Toronto’s top DJ’s, 2003 DMC World Champion, for providing the fresh new intro music, the track is called “Got To Be.”

Thanks to our wonderful episode sponsors

Thanks to media sponsors IT World Canada and Startup Canada.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe on your favourite network.

I would love to hear from you, feel free to leave me a message, question, or comment.  If I can, I will play it on the air and answer it there.

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This podcast is produced by Slingshot VoIP, a business telecommunications leader.