Oct 14, 2018
I've been on a LOT of teams. I've been on big teams, small teams, teams that have done very little and teams that have done a lot. The best teams were the ones where high performance and innovation weren't a fluke, they were the norm.
Thinking back...I've always wondered what it was that made the difference between the "meh" teams and the ones that fueled my fire. Well, this week that question gets answered for me by my guest, Jason Treu. He's an executive coach and speaker who's worked with some of the biggest names in business and has done the research on what the "secret sauce" is for a team that performs at its best and innovates continuously.
Jason blew me away in this interview with his insight and ability to give strategies that can be employed immediately. I know you'll come away with the same feeling. CHEERS!
More on Jason...
Jason Treu (Troy) is an executive coach who helps executives, managers, and teams to maximize their leadership potential and performance, along with building and executing their career blueprint.
Jason also has “in the trenches experience” helping build a billion-dollar company and working with many Fortune 100 companies. He spent 15+ years working in marketing leadership positions in Silicon Valley working with influential leaders like Steve Jobs (Apple & Pixar), Reed Hastings (CEO at Netflix), Mark Cuban, Mark Hurd (CEO at HP), Paul Wahl (President of SAP), and many others.
Through his coaching, his clients have also met industry influencers such as Tim Cook, Bill Gates, Richard Branson, Peter Diamandis, Chris Anderson, high-profile VCs, and many others. He’s also helped his clients create more than $1 billion dollars in wealth over the past three years and secure seats on influential boards such as TEDx and xPrize.
Jason is the best-selling author of Social Wealth, a how-to-guide on building extraordinary business relationships, that’s sold more than 50,000 copies and has more than 130+ five-star reviews.
He was a featured speaker at 2017 TEDxWilmington for his talk on, “How to Get CoWorkers to Like Each Other.”
He has his law degree and master’s in communications from Syracuse University. He’s also been on more than 500+ media appearances on TV, radio, podcasts, online/print media on major outlets such as CNBC, Wall Street Journal, ABC, CBS, CW, FOX News Radio and many others.
Connect with him on his website and DOWNLOAD Cards Against Mundantity on his website: https://jasontreu.com/