Jordan Goldrich is here to empower leaders to believe in themselves, their teams, and their business all while ensuring that they are their authentic selves. Jordan’s mission is to help his clients drive results without damaging relationships. He shares his journey from being set up for failure in a company to coaching leaders to focus on what they can control.
Don’t miss these Highlights:
- Discover the four different types of no bull executives; the warrior, the scientist, the abrasive, and the bully
- The importance of being reflective on people’s communication styles and the contexts of the communication
- Working within the new paradigm of working from home and communicating online
- Weaving between extraversion and introversion in order to overcome resistance
- The purpose of “Cultivating Compassion for People Your Brain is Telling You Don’t Deserve it”
About the Guest:
Jordan Goldrich partners with senior executives who have an uncommon desire for results, who take charge, lead their teams and accomplish the mission. He believes they possess the “warrior spirit” that is critical for success in our volatile, complex environment. Sometimes, they are perceived as abrasive and occasionally called names like bully. Jordan helps them be completely authentic and fulfill their mission while they drive results without damaging relationships®. Most of these executives do not want to hurt people. Many times, they come from a national, ethnic or family culture that is more direct than that of the people who perceive them as abrasive. And, their drive for success may be perceived as disrespectful. Jordan challenges them to adopt the commitments in the Ethos of the Navy SEALs. These include accomplishing the mission and never being out of the fight. They also include leading by example, and placing the welfare and security of others before their own.
About the Host:
Duff Gardner is an award-winning 7-figure marketer, startup founder and digital producer. Today, he leverages his 30+ years in a diverse range of businesses and his journey overcoming a series of out-of-the-blue panic attacks to help impact-driven entrepreneurs leverage the power of what he calls “startup thinking” to start, scale and serve in a big way. He is the host of the podcast Off My Duff – The Entrepreneur Podcast and Founder of the training company Offers that Sell. Duff holds an MSc. in Learning Sciences and Information Technology from Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley, is a fierce advocate of LGBT+ rights and animal rescue, and lives in beautiful Victoria BC. His mantra is: “teach what you love, live from your truth”.
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