Jul 22, 2018
If you're like me, you've spent more than your fair share of time pondering perplexing performance. What does it take to move the team past where they are at and get to a place where everything is operating at it's optimum level? Well...you're in luck! This week on the podcast I have a human performance expert on the show, Dr. Joe Weitzer. Joe has spent more than 30 years researching and applying the strategies he shares with me this week. We hit on motivation, taking care of yourself and getting back in touch with the passion that brought you to take on a leadership role in the first place (and MUCH MORE). I know you'll enjoy it as much as I did. CHEERS!
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Joseph Weitzer has helped guide the transformation and strategic direction of public and private sector clients for nearly 35 years. He is described as a highly effective, strategic leader, who seeks to understand the strengths and assets of team members, supports individualized development, works to support alignment of resources and empowers individuals as a means to achieving results. As a catalyst for change, he has been instrumental in establishing a culture of continuous improvement in several organizations where he held senior leadership roles.
Weitzer’s disciplined approach is informed by his graduate education during which he focused on motivation and human performance. His career path afforded him opportunities to develop and apply knowledge in progressive leadership roles held in manufacturing, health care, government, food service, education and business service sectors.
Over the past 10 years, he has worked intricately with more than 40 businesses and organizations providing leadership support focused on strategic planning, executive/leadership coaching, process improvement and employee engagement and performance. Most recently, Joe joined BizTimes Media as its Executive Director for BizTimes Leadership Academy. He will bring the highly successful transformational leadership program he designed and brought to market through two institutions of higher education, expanding reach and impact by focusing on the development, performance and impact of leaders across the region.
Joe holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He is also a graduate of the Chair Academy and Collegiate Management Institute’s Leadership Program. He is trained in Kepner-Tregoe Problem Solving and Decision Making methodology and is a Certified Lean-Six Sigma Black Belt.