Optimizing Abilities, Learning Sales Success – Episode 55 Global Sales Leader Jason Cooper
In this episode of the global sales leader, we are talking about how we can be more agile as a leader. Our biggest challenges as leaders are to see our teams as values and accountable and connect with them so they can see growth and their potential. Chuck (Charlie) Mollor is the founder, CEO, executive coach, and advisor at MCG Partners. He is the author of his new and best-selling book, The Rise of The Agile Leader. Can You Make the Shift? Achieving Amazon’s #1 best seller in management. MCG Partners specializes in leadership and talent optimization, aligning business and people strategies for maximum results. For over 35 years, Chuck has advised, coached, and consulted executives and organizations across industries, from startups to Fortune 500 and not-for-profit organizations. We are looking at how we can still connect with people in the virtual world and the best strategies around that – what’s the best approach to having a hybrid workforce and making your teams collaborate locally and internally?d People and teams now like the quality of life that they do not necessarily want to return to the office; this is a challenge for leaders and how we can manage change for now and in the future and make sure that your teams are motivated and inspired. We speak about this and more about workplace culture and how we value your teams so that our workforce all focus on the same goals. Im, Jason Cooper, My mission is to impact thousands of sales and business professionals to help them get what they want globally by transforming their ability to convert sales into revenue streams. Im am passionate about speaking with inspiring people who can give back and share their stories so that someone listening will gain knowledge or change what they do in their lives. You are welcome to subscribe to the channel on YouTube, like the video, and comment on the topic.
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Chuck Mollor is the CEO of MCG Partners, an advisory and executive coach firm as well as the author of “The Rise of the Agile Leader”. For over 15 years Chuck has advised executives on a wide range of areas from one-on-one coaching, team effectiveness, assessments and more.
In our interview, Chuck provides unique insight into the challenges today’s CEOs face.
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AGL 279: Agile Leadership with Chuck Mollor
Today we talked with Chuck Mollor the founder, CEO and executive coach of MCG Partners. MCG is a leadership and talent optimization firm aligning your business and people strategy for optimal business results. As an executive coach and strategic advisor, Chuck determines if leadership and culture are aligned to their business strategy and then develops and implements solutions to drive and attain results. He develops leaders, current and potential C-level executives, aligns and optimizes leadership teams, and helps create a leadership culture reflective of the purpose and vision of the organization.
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Not Your Average CEO Lifeline Episode
This week on Not Your Average CEO: Lifeline, we are joined by Chuck Mollor, the founder, CEO, advisor, and executive coach at MCG Partners. His new book, The Rise of the Agile Leader: Can You Make the Shift? Is a guide for the aspiring executive that introduces a roadmap of what makes a great leader.
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As a recognized expert in leadership effectiveness, a former Harvard Business School executive coach, and a member of the Forbes Coaches Council, Chuck specializes in coaching and advising senior, global executives and leadership teams through times of rapid-growth, M&A, and change. For over 35 years, He has advised, coached, and consulted executives and organization across Industries, from startups to Fortune 500 and not-for-profit organizations.
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His new book and best-selling book, “The Rise of the Agile Leader: Can You Make the Shift?”, is a guide for the aspiring, mid and seasoned c-leader and executive that introduces a new leadership paradigm, a roadmap of what makes a great leader, and what organizations must do to develop great leaders. During the interview, we discuss… • what it means to be an agile leader • why your team’s perception of you matters • how company culture helps you succeed • managing hybrid and virtual teams • psychological safety as a competitive advantage
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What makes a great leader today? No doubt you have your own experiences with leaders you thought were truly inspirational and admirable. What are the common elements and behaviors for those leaders? What do they do? How do they develop agility? What has changed about what we expect from our leaders? Tune in for a fascinating discussion.
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This week I caught up with Chuck Mollor and we spoke about all things Leadership.
Chuck “Charlie” Mollor is founder, CEO, executive coach, and advisor at MCG Partners – an organisation that specialises in leadership and talent optimisation, aligning business and people strategy for maximum results. He is the author of his new and best-selling book, The Rise of The Agile Leader: Can You Make the Shift?, an Amazon’s #1 best-selling book on management. As a recognised expert in leadership effectiveness, a former Harvard Business School executive coach, and a member of the Forbes Coaches Council, Chuck specialises in coaching and advising senior, global executives and leadership teams through times of rapid-growth, M&A, and change. For over 35 years, he has advised, coached, and consulted executives and organisations across industries, from startups to Fortune 500 and not-for-profit organisations. Chuck has served on several boards, was a Cranberry Grower-Owner of Ocean Spray, and is a fundraiser and rider for the Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC), a 192- mile bike ride for the fight against cancer. Chuck has four children, three dogs, and is a first-generation American.
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Today Chuck joins me to talk about his new book. He reveals his background, noting what moments and details led him to be the person he is today. He speaks about his mother’s resilience and optimism and how he has tried to keep the same attitude. He defines agile leadership and notes why agility is an important quality in a leader, especially during the COVID 19 Crisis. He stresses the importance of curiosity and humility and notes the things he has learned about himself over the years. He ends on the cruciality of self-acceptance.