Education : J.D. from Loyola Law School; B.A. from CSUN in political science Favorite book : Art of War by Sun Tzu Team I’d most like to play on: U.S. Soccer team Most underrated value: Loyalty Historical figure you’d most like to have over for dinner: Golda Meir Vision for the Valley: A Valley with great public schools, a world class public transportation system, and a thriving business community.
“ Fatal Business Errors Made by CEOs and How to Avoid Them”
Jonathan Goldhill, The Goldhill Group
Education : MBA from USC Entrepreneur Program; B.A. Sociology from UCSB Experience : 20+ years consulting, coaching, training, financing, small bus. mgmt.
Favorite book : an open one Team I’d most like to play on: the one I’m coaching at that time Most underrated value: Enjoyment Historical figure you’d most like to have over for dinner: John Maxwell Mission/Vision: Helping CEOs and Presidents of owner-managed companies improve personal, professional and organizational effectiveness
Do you think Donald Trump is dealing cards at the blackjack table?
What software code did Bill Gates last write?
Did Fred Smith ever deliver a FedEx package?
Delegation Line Delegation line High Impact/ High Value Low Value Low Frequency High Frequency $250/hr $10/hr 20% $35% 5% Strategic Planning Key Personnel Hires Significant Customers Sales Calls Bank Deposits Filling in 1x/month on a job Driving the Truck Supervisor on Jobs GREEN COLLAR WHITE COLLAR DOG COLLAR BLUE COLLAR
Mindset Shift from Employee to Strategic Leader Tactical Strategic Doing Leading Work a job Build an Asset Details Big picture Role player Head coach Reactive Proactive Technician Architect Doing things right Doing the right things Day-to-day Long-term view Working hard Working smart Shifting gears Shifting mindset Working “in” Working “on”
Stashing your nuts inherently cuts off risk and innovation.
FATAL ERROR 11: Weak Sales & Marketing “ Because its purpose is to create a customer, the business has two and only two functions: marketing and innovation. Marketing and innovation produce results. All the rest are costs.” – Peter F. Drucker the father of “modern management” author of 39 business books consultant to the most acclaimed companies