Move. Move. Move! That’s the mantra of one of Michigan’s prominent leaders of the manufacturing industry. Chuck Hadden, president and CEO of the Michigan Manufacturers Association embodies move. Wether encouraging staff to “go to bat” and try new ideas or his extensive travel and meeting with members across the state, Chuck teaches us how to practice the “move” fundamental of PureReinvention.

In this episode Chuck shares his enthusiasm about hitting the road and talking to his members. His stories and energy make for a great podcast.

 

Sponsored by:

HRM Services


QUOTE IT

“I tell everybody, I want to hit 300 ball. I want to miss twice and hit once.” (4:37)

“It’s a very competitive business and you’ve got to be out there marketing it.” (8:58)

“If you sit in your office, you’re going to read emails.”(17:00)


DIG IN


(4:31) Chuck talks about how important move is to a leader.

(6:03) Chuck talks about how to minimize risk when taking chances.

(8:20) Chuck talks about the need to be on the road to be the face and identity of MMA to its members.

(10:13) Chuck talks about how MMA uses member stories to be part of the association’s marketing model and how it provides value to it’s members.

(15:10) Chuck talks about how creative leadership in finding new opportunities.


TIP OF THE WEEK:

Leaders must spend significant time in the field connecting to stakeholders. Set a goal of dedicating a good portion of your time to this task and stick to it.

Direct download: Chuck_Hadden_Final.mp3
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Inclusion is a behavior. It's more than simply inviting someone to the table. If you want buy-in and true supporters, they have to know they're genuinely part of the process. Karen Slaughter-DuPerry, project management & community relations executive of the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy teaches us how to embody this behavior through her experience with building the necessary support to make the revitalized Detroit riverfront a reality.

Sponsored by:

WillPower Consulting

QUOTE IT

“We achieved something great.” (10:24)

“Nobody was more important than anybody.” (11:28)

“The diversity is already there. You just have to respect the diversity.” (12:21)

DIG IN

(7:36) Building an impactful community for product development (inclusivity and ownership.)

(10:01) Get inspired by shared ownership.

(14:55) Spinning the assumingly negative to your advantage.

TIP OF THE WEEK:

Consider forgoing meeting minutes (if your bylaws or governing rules permit) to encourage attendance and engagement.

Direct download: Karen_Slaughter-DuPerry_Final.mp3
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Many people have told us that PureReinvetion helps a great deal in their personal lives as well. Jodi Parker shares her personal story in this week’s episode. This is a must listen episode if you need a little inspiration to get moving in a positive direction!

Sponsored by:

MBStrategies

QUOTE IT

“I knew I had gotten to a place where I wasn’t excited anymore.” (5:14)

“It has to first start with you.” (9:23)

“Getting on the bus.” (9:47)

DIG IN


(3:25) The switch turned on with WE.INVENT experience

(7:19) Inspired by the language of PureReinvention

TIP OF THE WEEK:


Take the PureReinvention fundamentals and apply them to your personal life. Reach out to friends to share your situation and use them to formulate a plan and help you be accountable in your progress.

Direct download: 091_Short_-_Making_PureReinvention_Personal_Final.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:30am EST

Carrie Ramirez has learned to connect and build teams to face seemingly insurmountable tasks. By connecting and simplifying one can handle the constant changes we all face. Listen this week to how Carrie applies these principles as a senior audit manager with General Motors as well as in her personal life.

QUOTE IT

“A language coming together with what I was experiencing in my personal life and my professional life—all coming together—giving me a way to talk about it.” (5:19)

“Disruption is the opportunity step . . . creating space to go forward.” (9:46)

PureReinvention is “overwhelmingly positive when you’re ready.” (11:28)


DIG IN

(5:30) Application of PureReinvention fundamentals in business.
(7:15) Application of PureReinvention fundamentals in personal life.
(17:11) Approach to make major tasks more palatable.


TIP OF THE WEEK:

Don't be overwhelmed by seemingly daunting tasks. Take major tasks and break them into small parts.

Direct download: 090_Carrie_Ramirez_Final.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:30am EST

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