In this interview series, we talk to leaders across the country about how they’re leading their organizations through change.
“One of the main reasons we have success is we bring the appropriate buyer to the table…Sharing the philosophical perspective supports the transition, ultimately decreasing potential unintended roadblocks.” For the most recent installment of our Deal Makers series, we interviewed Jack Hendler, CEO of Avalon Net Worth, an independent investment banking firm.
“It is very cliché, but—it is all about people. Numbers are important, but what makes numbers better? People.” What makes for a successful acquisition? How do you identify good leadership?
In our latest interview, we chatted with Jim Wetrich, author of “Stifled: Where Good Leaders Go Wrong,” and CEO of The Wetrich Group, a healthcare management consulting firm providing advisory support and guidance to partner clients.
Conscient Strategies sat down with Dan Doran of Value Scout to discuss leadership, culture, and due diligence for crafting the best acquisition strategy.
In our latest Conscient Leaders interview, we talk with Roya Vasseghi, Owner of Vasseghi Law PLLC, about employment legalities in a post-pandemic workforce.
In our latest “Conscient Leaders” interview, we talk with Michelle Hairston, CHRO of one of the largest home builders in the country, to get insight on how organizations can navigate the ups and downs of turbulent times.
In our latest “Conscient Leaders” interview, we talk with Emily Barson, Executive Director of United States of Care, about how her team responded and evolved in many ways in 2020, and her advice on how leaders in any sector can effectively navigate 2021—and beyond.
In our latest “Conscient Leaders” interview, we talk with Dana Pauley, Interim Executive Director of Leadership Montgomery, about how she’s leading her organization through change—and making time for her family and herself.
In our latest “Conscient Leaders” interview, we talk with Arun Mohan, CEO of Radix Health, about pivoting a growing organization, evolving as a leader, and building resilience during a time when COVID-19 has changed everything.
We sat with Amelia Truett, one of our executive coaches, to hear more about what it’s like to coach and be coached. We spoke about the power of questions, her path to becoming a coach, and the value that coaching generates for clients.
In our first interview for the “Conscient Leaders” series, we spoke with Broderick Young and Al Johnson, wealth management experts and founders of Reveal Wealth, about what it takes to be a better business leader in today’s world. Three things to focus on: Environment, Empathy, and Equity.
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