Investor Ted Seides talks about the communication side of his famous wager with Warren Buffett. You’ll also learn why meetings are crucial in manager selection, what to look for when assessing culture and how Ted prepares for podcast interviews.
Attorney David Rudolf from the Netflix docuseries ‘The Staircase’ talks about the strategies he uses during cross examination, why transparency is key in bad news conversations and how he's able to perform at his peak when the stakes couldn't be higher.
Will Marshall shares anecdotes and lessons learned from his long career as a sales rep and manager at corporations including Xerox. We also talk about the power of questions and the mindset sales people need to deal with rejection and sell with confidence.
Executive coach and listening expert Oscar Trimboli talks about the cost of poor listening for individuals and organizations and the importance for leaders to listen to what’s unsaid and to those who are reluctant to speak.
Six months ago, former Ajax-CEO Maarten Oldenhof started inviting all his contacts for coffee. In our conversation, we explore how these meetings relate to his previous life as a CEO, his management style and the culture he tried to create as a leader.
Public speaker Spencer Waldron shares the many lessons that he learned the hard way – by being on stage. How do you best prepare, how do you handle your nerves when being in the spotlights and how do you create a story that people will actually listen to?
Reflecting on the hundreds of meetings he has had with company executives, seasoned investor Joost de Graaf talks about the human edge in investing, the importance of what’s not being said and how to build a relationship with powerful people.