Some of the best business conversations happen live on stage. Host Jeffrey Hayzlett gives you a front row seat to discussions he is having from stages all over the country.
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Executive Perspectives :: Faith Popcorn, BrainReserve

Faith Popcorn is often referred to as the “Nostradamus of marketing” for her ability to accurately predict future trends. As the Founder and CEO of BrainReserve, she’s known as a “futurist” and is constantly looking for patterns and trends that will have a big impact on all of our lives. Popcorn says that one of ...

Executive Perspectives :: Joe Hart, Dale Carnegie Training

Joe Hart is President and CEO of Dale Carnegie Training — a leader in professional development, performance improvement, leadership training, and employee engagement. Hart talked to Hayzlett about the biggest opportunity the company has to do — tell their story by doing transformative things with their brand, messaging, and other components like their global franchising ...

Executive Perspectives :: Beth Comstock, GE

Whatever the age of your company, you should always be wondering what’s next.  Even if you are a 140-year old business, you still need to know your next act and sometimes you need to go back to your roots, while still looking towards the future.  A company like GE that started with a man and ...

Executive Perspectives :: Ranjana Clark Head of Transaction Banking, MUFG of the Americas

When it comes to innovation, every industry has a hand in shaping an effective strategy. Ranjana Clark says that, to her, innovation is designed to help solve customers’ pain points. Innovation needs to help solve a client’s need in a unique, new and different way and add more value. She’s quick to add that ideas ...

Executive Perspectives :: Bob Vescio, Verizon and Emily Mossburg, Deloitte

Every business is worried about cyber security and how such breaches hinder their daily business operations. Verizon and Deloitte have formed a holistic partnership in order to help keep their customers’ data safe. Verizon’s Bob Vescio states that more organizations are using ‘gut-checking intuition’ as a strategy but that alone is not working. The bad guys ...

Executive Perspectives :: Dan Nelson, Nelson Schmidt

Dan Nelson defines ‘considered purchase marketing’ as something that has an emotional and/or financial risk to the consumer, often both, as well as the distinction between considered purchases versus impulse buys. Nelson explains how often the B2B industry is relegated to the “kid’s table” compared to their counterparts in consumer marketing — as a result ...

Executive Perspectives :: Keith Krach, DocuSign

When it comes to challenging the status quo, Keith Krach is the man to talk to. When he first joined DocuSign, one of the things that sparked his interest, in addition to the company’s ability to set itself apart from the competition, was one of the company’s core values: innovation. Krach is a firm believer ...

Executive Perspectives :: Linda Kaplan Thaler

Linda Kaplan-Thaler is a true force in the advertising industry. Throughout her illustrious career, she has been the brains behind some of the most iconic ad campaigns in recent history and sat down to discuss the one characteristic she feels all successful individuals embody: G.R.I.T., which stands for Guts, Resilience, Initiative, Tenacity. She says, “98% ...

Executive Perspectives :: Rob Harles, Accenture

Rob Harles, Managing Director and Global Head of Social Business for Accenture sat down with host Jeffrey Hayzlett to talk about the impact of social media in business. We all know social media for companies can be used for customer service, recruiting and customer research but Harles feels, “Companies are really having to get smarter ...

Executive Perspectives :: Doug Albregts, Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America

Doug Albregts, president of Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America, realizes he’s in an “old, stodgy industry,” yet he has found ways to make it innovative and take the B2B side of Sharp to the next level. He first joined the company in 2011 and soon realized that changes needed to be made, mainly ...