Robert Glazer Friday Forward

How to Manage Remote Teams and Core Values for Success

CEO and 4-Time Bestselling Author, Robert Glazer talks about creating a best place to work, the power of core values, and managing successful remote teams.

Guest Biography

Bob Glazer is the founder and CEO of global partner marketing agency, Acceleration Partners. He is also the co-founder and Chairman of BrandCycle. A serial entrepreneur, Bob has a passion for helping individuals and organizations build their capacity to elevate.

Under Robert’s leadership, Acceleration Partners has become a recognized global leader in the affiliate and partner marketing industry, receiving numerous industry and company culture awards. Bob was also named to Glassdoor’s list of Top CEO of Small and Medium Companies in the US, ranking #2.

Bob shares his ideas and insights via Friday Forward, a popular weekly inspirational newsletter that reaches over 100,000 individuals and business leaders across 50+ countries. He is the host of the Elevate Podcast, where Bob sits down with leaders, thinkers and authors to discuss personal growth and helping others live their best lives. Bob is also the Wall Street Journal, USA Today and international bestselling author of four books: Elevate, Friday Forward, Performance Partnerships and How To Make Virtual Teams Work.

A regular columnist for Forbes, Inc. and Entrepreneur, Bob’s writing reaches over five million people around the globe each year who resonate with his topics, which range from performance marketing and entrepreneurship to company culture, capacity building, hiring and leadership. Worldwide, he is also a sought-after speaker by companies and organizations, especially on subjects related to business growth, culture, mindful transitions, building capacity and performance.

Outside of work, Bob can likely be found skiing, cycling, reading, traveling, spending quality time with his family or overseeing some sort of home renovation project.

In this episode, you'll learn:

  • Why leadership styles can be like trying on different sweaters
  • The importance of identifying core values for a company, leadership teams, and employees
  • Keys to building successful remote teams from a CEO who has led a 100% remote workforce for 14 years

Show notes: http://www.inspiredmoney.fm/185

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