This week on Gaining Perspetive, host Andrea Ruchelman of New Perspectives Communication interviews Ken Kirsh, author of How to Kill Your Company - 50 Ways You're Bleeding Your Organization and Damaging Your Career, on how people notoriously sabatoge their careers and/or their companies. We will discuss ways to identify these behaviors in order to immediately improve the odds for success for you and your company.
Ken Kirsh is an award-winning live event producer and communications consultant. He has produced business meetings, concerts, and special events for Fortune 100 companies for 20 years, and was part of the team that led production of the torch arrival ceremonies for the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics.
Ken has worked closely with hundreds of C-Suite executives, top university professors, best-selling business authors—whose books you’ve likely read— and with politicians from around the world.
His new book, How To Kill Your Company, is based on his experience with executives, employees, and business owners, that led him to a stark reality: That people behave alike, in ways that repeatedly hurt themselves and their companies, and that these behaviors apply to all industries and roles, up one side of the corporate ladder and down the other.
Host, Andrea Ruchelman focuses on trasforming reactive organization culture where consistent urgent matters arise and frustration leads the workforce to a responsive culture where leadership inspires, employees grow and profits increase.
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