TBLP098 | Bob Pickard: Reputation Leader

Today on the show, we have Bob Pickard, Principal of Signal Leadership Communication Inc., a social public relations consultancy exclusively serving senior executives dealing with digital disruption.

Outside the PR world, Bob is a busy dad raising two young children in Canada. He lived overseas for 20 years in Asia, in places like Japan, Korea, and Singapore.

Edwin and Bob talked about the role of PR in the digital age.

They dive deep on the topics of why it is important for a CEO to have social media presence especially at times of crisis.

You will also hear them talk in-depth about why PR is not just about making you popular but more importantly it is for you to build your image

Lastly, hear Bob provide you with actionable steps for your PR efforts and be a leader in your emerging industry.

Enjoy!

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • Why Signal Leadership Communication Inc. focused to serve only company’s CEO
  • Top two social media platform for CEOs
  • PR People who are clickers Vs. Senior Practitioner of the craft
  • Listen how Bob was able to help KIA Motors to go from a reputation of being a maker of cheap cars to becoming one of the most reliable car brands
  • Why being a great communicator is important for Leaders
  • Is social media a key to a leader’s growth
  • The difference between “Image” and “Reputation”
  • Two kinds of reputation

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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.

TBLP097 | Jon Vroman: Front Row Leader

You have to be a family man with business and never a businessman with a family. It is one guiding principle that Jon Vroman, the Founding Owner of Front Row Foundation imbibes in his personal as well as business life.

In his former life, he used to be living a life of anyone’s dream – earning big and lots of money, trips everywhere, good company, cool boss and fancy dinners. But along the way, it dawned on him that his life has more to it than what he is already enjoying.

Now, Jon is a father and a husband. His primary objective is to serve his wife Tatiana and his two boys Tiger and Ocean. They live in Austin, Texas. Jon also runs a dad’s group called Front Row Dads for high performing entrepreneurial type of guys that are family men.

Listen to Von as he shares many life-lessons on his way to founding the Front Row Foundation.

Look forward to hearing how he survived insurmountable odds and overcame it.

Be transported back to that very core of yourself and learn to appreciate what Von says about it.

You will be amazed at how he successfully looked inward to find that meaning in life and eventually went outward to share his blessings to the world.

Don’t miss a bit of what he says because every bit of word is fully packed with wisdom and a deep sense of understanding of his own life and others as well.

Enjoy!

What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • Jon sharing what Front Row Foundation is all about and its mission
  • What led him to start the Front Row Foundation
  • The unique ways of contributing goodness to charities and to the whole world
  • How he overcomes the unthinkable challenges he went through
  • The many life-lessons he’s had pursuing his dream
  • Why do you need affirmation, good friends, mentors, therapists and coaches
  • The value of gratitude and its rewards
  • One unique actionable step to make a difference in your 8 most important people in life

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.