Three Mistakes Leaders Make in Developing Other Leaders, with Beth Armknecht Miller, Executive Velocity (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 291)
Beth Armknecht Miller of Executive Velocity joins host John Ray to discuss how leaders can increase their energy, develop other leaders, improve their succession planning process, and much more. “North Fulton Business Radio” is produced virtually from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® in Alpharetta.
Executive Velocity is a leadership development and succession planning advisory firm committed to building and strengthening your leadership pipeline through coaching, custom training, and assessments.
Beth Armknecht Miller, CEO, Executive Velocity
Beth Armknecht Miller is CEO of Executive Velocity, a top talent and leadership development advisory firm. Beth is a trusted executive consultant, Vistage Chair Emeritus, and committed volunteer. She is certified in Myers Briggs, Hogan, EQi and Business DNA. And, she is a Certified Managerial Coach by Kennesaw University.
Beth’s insight and expertise have made her a sought-after speaker on hiring, leadership development, and succession planning. Her book, Are You Talent Obsessed? was published in 2014 and is available on Amazon. She is a frequent contributor to Entrepreneur Online, About.com, and TalentCulture to name a few.
She is a graduate of Babson College and Harvard Business School’s OPM program.
Questions/Topics Discussed in this Show
- What advice would you give leaders as they move forward?
- How can leaders maintain their energy during these difficult times?
- What techniques can you share leaders to up their leadership capacity?
- Hiring Best Practices
- Succession Planning for Small Businesses
- Developing Future Leaders
North Fulton Business Radio” is hosted by John Ray and produced virtually from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® in Alpharetta. You can find the full archive of shows by following this link. The show is available on all the major podcast apps, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google, iHeart Radio, Stitcher, TuneIn, and others.
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