Jun 14, 2021
Is there a better way to organize work and scale your business? Our guest trio today says, “YES, there is!”
Listen with an open mind to Brent Lowe, Susan Basterfield, and Travis Marsh as they explain a radical new approach to leadership – transforming top-down leadership into dynamic human systems of shared responsibility and accountability based on their latest collaborative book, Lead Together: The Bold, Brave, Intentional Path To Scaling Your Business
What We Discuss in this Episode
Episode Show Notes: https://tinyurl.com/4wkyyynh
Brent Lowe is a performance coach helping leaders show up as their best selves within thriving, purpose-driven teams. As the Scale Coach for Founder CEOs, Brent works with entrepreneurs and leaders who are growing the size and impact of their businesses to tackle local and global challenges. Many of his clients are motivated by the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, and a desire to lead in ways that feel authentic, inspiring and personally fulfilling. He and his clients share a belief that leadership goes far beyond delivering financial returns, with ecosystem stewardship being a core responsibility.
Susan Basterfield is a catalyst and convener who believes that awareness and discernment can unblock drains and move mountains. From 35-plus years in business-spanning global multinationals, startups and schools-arose experiences that drive her work as a systems transformation partner. Her work includes standing shoulder to shoulder with leaders and organizations on their transformational journeys, often over many years, and convening virtual development programs, including the Practical Self-Management Intensive. She is an educator, coach, facilitator, writer and collective entrepreneur. Obsessed with building the capacity to build capacity, Susan seeks-out that which is life-giving, dances with complexity and weeds-out constraints to potential.
Travis Marsh is a facilitator, coach and trainer who works with companies and nonprofits by introducing mindsets and tools that help dynamic leadership grow. He started his career in engineering and has worked in sales, marketing, operations, software development and people operations, and has led teams in several of those areas. He has worked in multinational organizations as well as startups growing 10-fold per year, seeing the interconnection and big impact of small changes in leadership and followership. He also works at the Stanford Graduate School of Business facilitating a class on interpersonal communication. He coaches purpose-driven companies, both VC-funded and bootstrapped.
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