Thought Leadership

Thought Leadership is more important than ever with the customer taking charge of the sales process. Thought Leadership attracts customers and opens the door to many opportunities. In each podcast, co-hosts Mitchell Levy and Michael Procopio will interview a thought leader or someone involved in thought leadership to tease out how to become an effective thought leader and best practices.

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Thought Leader Life with Mitchell Levy, Episode 67: April 11, 2015

Thought Leader Life with Mitchell Levy

Our co-host for the month of April is Chris Kenton (@ckenton) and one of our guests was Chris Becwar (@cbec100).

In this episode, Mitchell Levy and his co-host for the month of April, Chris Kenton, interview #ThoughtLeader Chris Becwar, Senior Director of Marketing & Product at CCI Global Channel Management. The conversation starts with the observation that Chris Becwar has been able to witness the dramatic change of the entire business over the last few years. What interests him most is the quest for answers on how it affects the business process and the marketing through indirect channels. He definitely is in the right position to share the changes that he has been able to witness working for a company that it happens to be the fundamental building Chris Becwar  block providing financial and program plumbing for automating in large vendor relationships with a massive network of resellers and partners. The company conducts surveys to find out the pain points of the vendors they’re providing their services with. One of his more interesting revelations is that there has been a number of questions about what the channel professional is struggling with today. What kind of overarching pain points are they really looking to overcome? He has been able to witness that the concerns they used to hear from their clients on day-to-day encounters are different from what they’ve heard in the past. One of the pain points that remains unchanged is the traditional core challenge of channel management that tends to prove on the Return of Investment (ROI), and how to identify who’s moving the needle the most and who is not. Assisting companies in their driving traction to arrive at a decision in which partner to invest used to involve so much risk, and past performance of the new prospect partner is not the sole indicator for predicting future performance. Companies need to adapt to change and be innovative.

One of the big factors of channel success today is having a deciding factor to try innovative methods to grow one’s business, not just being stuck on the traditions you’re used to. It is looking for ways to be able to engage in talking to experts who can understand the marketing personas with a level of intuition, empathy, and how you can clearly understand the pain points to create compelling value proposition. These experts don’t necessarily have to be in your organization. Mitchell shares his point of view of it being important to practice the need of thought leadership as you actively engage your employees in the process.

There has been innovative and new technologies out in the market, but one of the keys to the success factor of a business is its customer service, dedication, and expertise. How well do you manage your relationships with your customers even after they buy your products? Your business will definitely stand out, even surrounded with the new technologies of your competitors, as long as you know how to execute support and have long-term customer relationships.

To learn more about Thought Leadership and how it can help you be successful, subscribe to the channel: http://youtube.com/user/thoughtleaderlife.

Here are a couple of aha moments from the episode. See more in the “Aha Moments from Thought Leader Life” eBooks available in the social media-enabled eBook platform, Aha Amplifier: http://AhaAmplifier.com/ .

• The core challenge that channel management tends to prove is the Return of Investment (ROI). @CCIChannels #TLL
• From a business standpoint, it is smart for businesses to build their ecosystem where they have persistent customers. @ckenton #TLL
• What is your customer service’s dedication and expertise? @CCIChannels #TLL
• In the age of thought leadership, employees in the organization need to be actively engaged. @happyabout #TLL

Join us 11 am PT / 2 pm ET / 7 pm GMT on Saturday every week. The show blog is Thought Leader Life.

Any comments or suggestions for the show please send them. Thank you for listening and if you like what you hear, please leave a review on iTunes!

This episode was sponsored, in part, by THiNKaha.com, helping experts become thought leaders.

You can connect with Mitchell at MitchellLevy.com, @HappyAbout on Twitter, or join his Thought Leadership Best Practices Group.

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Thursday, May 07, 2015

Thought Leader Life with Mitchell Levy and guest co-host Chris Kenton

Thought Leader Life with Mitchell Levy

Our co-host for the month of April was Chris Kenton (@ckenton).

In this episode, Mitchell Levy have introduced his Co-host for the whole month of April, Chris Kenton. Chris Kenton, the Founder and CEO SocialRep, a sales provider of social media marketing and marketing intelligence tools which focuses to provide those tools to IT manufacturers who are selling through IT channel. This introductory conversation brings more colors, as both Mitchell and Chris looks forward to the interesting topics that they will be talking about with different thought leaders to be interviewed in the succeeding sessions for the month of April. Chris became so eager and looks forward to the succeeding sessions that he and Mitchell will be having with guest thought leaders to explore his quest for answers on how marketing and social media has changed? How did it impact the IT channel environment? What are the struggles of the IT manufacturers and their partners and on how were they able to address those challenges? What were the best practices of these companies that were able to bring out the best of their product/s for their team, staffs and to the consumers?

Chris Kenton

In the succeeding minutes of the talk, Chris became so engaged to share his point of view especially his expertise in the IT business and the transformation that he was able to witness on how businesses evolved and adapt to the changing times of channel marketing. What makes this conversation more colorful is that they both shared their points of view based on their hands-on experiences in the business world and the comparison of the now and then of the marketing perspective of the business owners and the impact for both the owners and their partners. The great advantage that these two men possess is that they both have business background not just based on the theories from the marketing textbooks of business schools but have had the actual practice on the real business world. Yes, they both were able to witness the changes that has been happening in almost every companies, the products, marketing and the consumers as well but there are factors that stood still in these changing times; the business owner’s meaning of their product brand and the value proposition to its consumers. What changed is on how it expanded to be able to reach more consumers.

To learn more about Thought Leadership and how it can help you be successful, subscribe to the channel: http://youtube.com/user/thoughtleaderlife.

Here are a couple of aha moments from the episode. See more in the “Aha Moments from Thought Leader Life”eBooks available in the social media-enabled eBook platform, Aha Amplifier: http://AhaAmplifier.com/.

• Channel space is interesting as it drives the lion’s share of IT technology today. @ckenton #TLL
• The textbooks on business and marketing teaches how the world works in certain ways but it didn’t work that way. @happyabout #TLL
• The entire global economy relies on telecommunications where the core are enabled by the robust’s technologies of IT. @ckenton #TLL
• Marketing the product has changed as communication technology has been democratized. @ckenton #TLL

Join us 11 am PT / 2 pm ET / 7 pm GMT on Saturday every week. The show blog is Thought Leader Life.

Any comments or suggestions for the show please send them. Thank you for listening and if you like what you hear, please leave a review on iTunes!

This episode was sponsored, in part, by THiNKaha.com, helping experts become thought leaders.

You can connect with Mitchell at MitchellLevy.com, @HappyAbout on Twitter, or join his Thought Leadership Best Practices Group.

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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Thought Leader Life with Mitchell Levy, Episode 66: April 28, 2015

Thought Leader Life with Mitchell Levy

Our co-host for the month of March is Jim Canfield (@jimcanfield) and one of our guests for March was (@Ken_Hazen).

In this episode, Mitchell Levy and his co-host for the month of March, Jim Canfield,share insights with #ThoughtLeader Ken Hazen, CEO of CTSI Global. As a long-time member of Renaissance Executive Forums, Ken says it’s important to have people whom you can talk with, especially those who have been in the same tough situations as you have. Given that CEOs are personally invested in the organization, taking care of the employees, as well as their families, becomes a commitment. Ken highlights the importance offorums like Renaissance, noting that the friendships he has made in it are still strong after 15 years. Mitchell adds that the best part about forum groups is that you can ask people you like, trust, and respect about what they think, and they are not afraid to tell you when you’re wrong. One advice Ken shareswith other CEOs is to trust your peer groups more than your lawyer, because peers are not paid to keep a secret. Jim also notes that in forum groups, you’re not there to hear what you want to hear, but what you need to hear.

Ken Hazen

The discussion also touched on other interesting topics, including hiring millennials, utilizing social media for business, and how to be successful in striking work-life balance. Ken notes that the most important quality for top executives is listening.The opendoor policy still works if you want your business to be successful.

To learn more about Thought Leadership and how it can help you be successful, subscribe to the channel: http://youtube.com/user/thoughtleaderlife.

Here are a couple of aha moments from the episode. See more in the “Aha Moments from Thought Leader Life”eBooks available in the social media-enabled eBook platform, Aha Amplifier: http://AhaAmplifier.com/.

• Sometimes, CEOs just need a sanity check. You got to be able to talk to somebody who’s been in the same situation. @CTSIGlobal #TLL
• To stay on top of business today, have a lot of smart people working for you. Hire the best & the brightest. @CTSIGlobal
• We are all allotted the same number of hours, so we all have to make choices on how to allocate them. @jimcanfield #TLL
• The best thing in CEO forums is that when you ask, “What do you think,” they don’t mind telling you you’re wrong. @happyabout #TLL

Join us 11 am PT / 2 pm ET / 7 pm GMT on Saturday every week. The show blog is Thought Leader Life.

Any comments or suggestions for the show please send them. Thank you for listening and if you like what you hear, please leave a review on iTunes!

This episode was sponsored, in part, by THiNKaha.com, helping experts become thought leaders.

You can connect with Mitchell at MitchellLevy.com, @HappyAbout on Twitter, or join his Thought Leadership Best Practices Group.

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You can also send us instant voicemail via SpeakPipe, right from the FIR website. Or, call the Comment Line at +1 415 895 2971 (North America), +44 20 3239 9082 (Europe), or Skype: fircomments. You can tweet us: @FIRpodcast. And you can email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). If you wish, you can email your comments, questions and suggestions as MP3 file attachments (max. 3 minutes / 5Mb attachment, please!). We’ll be happy to see how we can include your audio contribution in a show.

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FIR presents Thought Leaders Life with Mitchell Levy is brought to you with Lawrence Ragan Communications, serving communicators worldwide for 35 years. Information: www.ragan.com.

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Friday, April 24, 2015

Thought Leader Life with Mitchell Levy, Episode 65: March 21, 2015

Thought Leader Life with Mitchell Levy

Our co-host for the month of March is Jim Canfield (@jimcanfield) and one of our guests for March was Tim Leman (@TimLeman).

In this episode, Mitchell Levy and his co-host for the month of March, Jim Canfield,interview #ThoughtLeader Tim Leman, the chairman and CEO at Gibson Insurance (http://www.gibsonins.com/).The lively discussion starts with Tim relating how being “lonely at the top ” resonates for him. He says that when you’re at the top, the friendships and relationships that you have all change. Tim shares how he copes with these changes through his leadership blogs, which have helped him stay connected and allow him to be transparent and humble. Jim notes that not all executives are able to keep relationships, and asks Tim what specific tools he can share with other execs who want to stay close with their constituency. Tim frequently uses social media to keep connected and figure out what matters to a group of people or an individual. He also hasa 15-minute spontaneous meeting online every Friday with a certain employee or group.

Tim Leman  Another interesting topic is the evolution of Tim’s company as a place where millennials and boomers get to work together and support each other. Tim says they get more productivity when the millennials are teamed with boomers. They have also made the parents of millennials in their team “allies,” and had a”weekend family bonding” where the parents were invited and enrolled in the program. Finally, Tim shares the benefits that a CEO forum gives him. He says that one of the best places for sharing is Executive Forums, whichhavehelped him get through tough times, embrace changes, and innovate.

To learn more about Thought Leadership and how it can help you be successful, subscribe to the channel: http://youtube.com/user/thoughtleaderlife.

Here are a couple of aha moments from the episode. See more in the “Aha Moments from Thought Leader Life”eBooks available in the social media-enabled eBook platform, Aha Amplifier: http://AhaAmplifier.com/.

• Some of the changes we need are evolutionary, some are revolutionary. @timleman #TLL
• In using social media for business, the upside far outweighs the downside. @timleman #TLL
• The primary purpose of #TLL is to democratize #ThoughtLeadership. @happyabout #TLL
• What’s keeping you from connecting withyour team? @jimcanfield #TLL

Join us 11 am PT / 2 pm ET / 7 pm GMT on Saturday every week. The show blog is Thought Leader Life.

Any comments or suggestions for the show please send them. Thank you for listening and if you like what you hear, please leave a review on iTunes!

This episode was sponsored, in part, by THiNKaha.com, helping experts become thought leaders.

You can connect with Mitchell at MitchellLevy.com, @HappyAbout on Twitter, or join his Thought Leadership Best Practices Group.

Get this podcast:

FIR Community on Google+Share your comments or questions about this podcast, or suggestions for future podcasts, in the online FIR Podcast Community on Google+.

You can also send us instant voicemail via SpeakPipe, right from the FIR website. Or, call the Comment Line at +1 415 895 2971 (North America), +44 20 3239 9082 (Europe), or Skype: fircomments. You can tweet us: @FIRpodcast. And you can email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). If you wish, you can email your comments, questions and suggestions as MP3 file attachments (max. 3 minutes / 5Mb attachment, please!). We’ll be happy to see how we can include your audio contribution in a show.

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FIR presents Thought Leaders Life with Mitchell Levy is brought to you with Lawrence Ragan Communications, serving communicators worldwide for 35 years. Information: www.ragan.com.

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Friday, April 17, 2015

Thought Leader Life with Mitchell Levy, March ‘15: April 17, 2015

Thought Leader Life with Mitchell Levy

Our co-host for the month of March was Jim Canfield (@jimcanfield).

In this episode, Mitchell Levy interviews #ThoughtLeader Jim Canfield, CEO of Renaissance Executive Forums. Jim, who is Mitchell’s #TLL co-host for the month of March, has reached out to thousands of top executives to help them become better leaders of their company by providing a venue where they can share ideas and perspectives with other top executives. The Renaissance Executive Forums currently has over 2,000 members internationally, and after 10 years, it continues to help companies become successful.Jim notes that Executive Forums may seem to tackle various issues, but really there are only five that are discussed repeatedly in different ways: people, process, performance, personal leadership, and planning. Having a forum to discuss these five Ps, getting different ideas and perspectives about them, is the major reason why executives become active in the forum and stick with the group for an average of five years.

Jim Canfield Being a part of an executive forum allows executives not only to share and learn new things, but also to achieve personal growth. According to Jim, through feedback and accountability, group members strive to meet what they promised to achieve. The group holds each other accountable, and thus becomes what Mitchell calls an “ad hoc board.” Executives become better leaders because they see other people do the exact opposite of what they thought was the best way to do things. They realize that it is possible to get good results by doing things differently.
To learn more about Thought Leadership and how it can help you be successful, subscribe to the channel: http://youtube.com/user/thoughtleaderlife.

Here are a couple of aha moments from the episode. See more in the “Aha Moments from Thought Leader Life”eBooks available in the social media-enabled eBook platform, Aha Amplifier: http://AhaAmplifier.com

• It only works when you actually try it. @jimcanfield #TLL
• It’s amazing how what might be routine in one org has never been tried in another, but works just the same.@happyabout #TLL
• The forums lead you to being accountable for long-term decisions that need to be made in your org. @jimcanfield #TLL

Join us 11 am PT / 2 pm ET / 7 pm GMT on Saturday every week. The show blog is Thought Leader Life.

Any comments or suggestions for the show please send them. Thank you for listening and if you like what you hear, please leave a review on iTunes!

This episode was sponsored, in part, by THiNKaha.com, helping experts become thought leaders.

You can connect with Mitchell at MitchellLevy.com, @HappyAbout on Twitter, or join his Thought Leadership Best Practices Group.

Get this podcast:

FIR Community on Google+Share your comments or questions about this podcast, or suggestions for future podcasts, in the online FIR Podcast Community on Google+.

You can also send us instant voicemail via SpeakPipe, right from the FIR website. Or, call the Comment Line at +1 415 895 2971 (North America), +44 20 3239 9082 (Europe), or Skype: fircomments. You can tweet us: @FIRpodcast. And you can email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). If you wish, you can email your comments, questions and suggestions as MP3 file attachments (max. 3 minutes / 5Mb attachment, please!). We’ll be happy to see how we can include your audio contribution in a show.

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FIR presents Thought Leaders Life with Mitchell Levy is brought to you with Lawrence Ragan Communications, serving communicators worldwide for 35 years. Information: www.ragan.com.

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Tuesday, March 03, 2015

Thought Leader Life with Mitchell Levy, Episode 62: March 3, 2015

Thought Leader Life with Mitchell Levy

Our co-host for the month of February is Lori Ruff (@loriruff) and our guest for February 21 was Migdalia Diaz (@_MigdaliaDiaz).

In this episode, Mitchell Levy @HappyAbout and his co-host for the month of February, Lori Ruff @loriruff, hang out with Migdalia Diaz @_MigdaliaDiaz, president of ALPFA: Association of Latino Professionals For America, Boston Chapter (http://www.alpfa-boston.org). The interview continues the discussion from the last episode about mentoring and how non-profit organizations like ALPFA have been helping many young Latino and even non-Latino professionals advance to leadership positions and succeed in their chosen career.

Lori Ruff

Migdalia was referred by Lori as an inspirational leader who has been sought out by other chapter presidents of ALPFA for motivation and advice. Having taken a key role in steering such a big organization, Migdalia points out that being a leader allows you to think in ways that you may not in any other opportunity. She also notes that, as a mentor to other chapter presidents, all that was needed was to give them a good nudge and encouraging words like, “Just get out there and do it!” Migdalia sees mentorship as an opportunity to give back, and that it becomes a different relationship and a different conversation when you invest in the development of a person.

Migdalia Diaz

Lori emphasizes that, as a mentor, it is important for you to be authentic and unafraid to share your vulnerability. Migdalia agrees, and also notes that when you have a willingness to be that vulnerable, there is always the risk that people are going to judge you. The important thing is that you tried,so you just have to be forgiving of yourself enough to take the next step forward.

To learn more about Thought Leadership and how it can help you be successful, subscribe to the channel: http://youtube.com/user/thoughtleaderlife.

Here are a couple of Aha moments from the episode. See more in the “Aha Moments from Thought Leader Life” eBooks available in the social media-enabled eBook platform, Aha Amplifier: http://AhaAmplifier.com/.

• Don’t discriminate because you never know who will provide you with opportunity. @_migdaliadiaz #TLL
• Be authentic. Let people know,”Hey! You’re not alone!”@loriruff #TLL
• An organization like ALPFA is a place to experiment in a safe environment. @happyabout #TLL
• It’s truly a profound experience to have an impact on someone’s personal life & their confidence. @_migdaliadiaz

Join us 11 am PT / 2 pm ET / 7 pm GMT on Saturday every week. The show blog is Thought Leader Life.

Any comments or suggestions for the show please send them. Thank you for listening and if you like what you hear, please leave a review on iTunes!

This episode was sponsored, in part, by THiNKaha.com, helping experts become thought leaders.

You can connect with Mitchell at MitchellLevy.com, @HappyAbout on Twitter, or join his Thought Leadership Best Practices Group.

Get this podcast:

FIR Community on Google+Share your comments or questions about this podcast, or suggestions for future podcasts, in the online FIR Podcast Community on Google+.

You can also send us instant voicemail via SpeakPipe, right from the FIR website. Or, call the Comment Line at +1 415 895 2971 (North America), +44 20 3239 9082 (Europe), or Skype: fircomments. You can tweet us: @FIRpodcast. And you can email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). If you wish, you can email your comments, questions and suggestions as MP3 file attachments (max. 3 minutes / 5Mb attachment, please!). We’ll be happy to see how we can include your audio contribution in a show.

To receive all podcasts in the FIR Podcast Network, subscribe to the “everything” RSS feed. To stay informed about occasional FIR events (eg, FIR Live), sign up for FIR Update email news.

FIR presents Thought Leaders Life with Mitchell Levy is brought to you with Lawrence Ragan Communications, serving communicators worldwide for 35 years. Information: www.ragan.com.

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Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Thought Leader Life with Mitchell Levy, Episode 60: February 17, 2015

Thought Leader Life with Mitchell LevyOur co-host for the month of February is Lori Ruff (@loriruff) and our guest for February 14 was Paula A. Garcia (@_Paula_Garcia).

In this episode, Mitchell and his co-host for the month of February, Lori Ruff (@loriruff), hang out with Paula A. Garcia (@_Paula_Garcia), the VP for Marketing at the Boston Chapter of ALPFA: Association of Latino Professionals For America in Finance and Accounting (http://www.alpfaboston.org).advantages of being part of a volunteer service organization and how leaders should see the value of professional development and employee empowerment. Lori explains how joining a volunteer service organization like ALPFA: Association of Latino Professionals For America, can bring value to Latino professionals, helping them do their job better. Volunteer service and Lori Ruffprofessional development is investing in yourself, making you worth more to others so they will invest in you, keeping you in the loop and on the playground.  The conversation touches on the Paula notes that some leaders of today take more time to see the value of investing in one’s self. She hastens to add that, as leaders, they are also required to think about what more you can do not just for yourself, but for the world.

Paula GarciaBeing the leader at your own company, it’s important to appreciate the tangible things. All interactions and networking within a volunteer service organization can put you a step ahead. For Paula, the goal of leaders is to find other people who speak that same voice and share your passion. Lori adds that you should surround yourself with people who really invest in their success and lead you to also invest in yourself and develop your leadership more. Both Paula and Lori agree that leaders are typically visionaries and that they should be able to share their stories and struggles of how they got where they are. This is because leaders should “send the elevator back down” for those who need advice and monitoring.

To learn more about Thought Leadership and how it can help you be successful, subscribe to the channel: http://youtube.com/user/thoughtleaderlife.

Here are a couple of aha moments from the episode. See more in the “Aha Moments from Thought Leader Life” eBooks available in the social media-enabled eBook platform, Aha Amplifier: http://AhaAmplifier.com/.

• It’s important to think, “What more can I do not just for myself, but for the world?” @_paula_garcia #TLL
• If you want to be a #ThoughtLeader, an entrepreneur, and to do things, do it today! @happyabout #TLL
• Surround yourself with leaders to develop your leadership even more. @loriruff
• Every opportunity you have to touch & interact with somebody is an opportunity to learn, help & grow. @happyabout #TLL
• Interactions & networking put you a step ahead of what’s going on in the world. @_paula_garcia

Join us 11 am PT / 2 pm ET / 7 pm GMT on Saturday every week. The show blog is Thought Leader Life.

Any comments or suggestions for the show please send them. Thank you for listening and if you like what you hear, please leave a review on iTunes!

This episode was sponsored, in part, by THiNKaha.com, helping experts become thought leaders.

You can connect with Mitchell at MitchellLevy.com, @HappyAbout on Twitter, or join his Thought Leadership Best Practices Group.

Get this podcast:

FIR Community on Google+Share your comments or questions about this podcast, or suggestions for future podcasts, in the online FIR Podcast Community on Google+.

You can also send us instant voicemail via SpeakPipe, right from the FIR website. Or, call the Comment Line at +1 415 895 2971 (North America), +44 20 3239 9082 (Europe), or Skype: fircomments. You can tweet us: @FIRpodcast. And you can email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). If you wish, you can email your comments, questions and suggestions as MP3 file attachments (max. 3 minutes / 5Mb attachment, please!). We’ll be happy to see how we can include your audio contribution in a show.

To receive all podcasts in the FIR Podcast Network, subscribe to the “everything” RSS feed. To stay informed about occasional FIR events (eg, FIR Live), sign up for FIR Update email news.

FIR presents Thought Leaders Life with Mitchell Levy is brought to you with Lawrence Ragan Communications, serving communicators worldwide for 35 years. Information: www.ragan.com.

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