Fran and his expert guests deliver engaging business mentoring sessions each week. Each monthly series is available in weekly segments of 10–15 minutes, as Fran and guests discuss important lessons and ideas. With a different guest each month, these business mentoring programs offer continuous learning and diverse insights. You can watch each weekly session on-demand on your computer or mobile device. All business mentoring sessions are archived to watch when you need them. Topics include:
Fran’s guests in the Business Mentoring series include business leaders, academics, industry experts, and everyday entrepreneurs. They are all highly respected and sought-after thinkers. For years they have shared their expertise and insight with some of the biggest, most successful companies in the world. Now, for the first time, small business owners have access to that same level of thinking.
Adam is the youngest-tenured and highest-rated professor at the Wharton School of Business, and the author of the bestselling book Give and Take. Adam’s research in organizational psychology can be used by any business—from a sole proprietor to the Fortune 500—to grow and increase productivity. Lessons include:
Joey is the Founder and CEO of the global consultancy BrightHouse, and author of The Story of Purpose. With more than 500 creative awards for his work in marketing and advertising, Joey challenges business owners to change the way they think about their missions, brands, and legacies. Lessons include:
As the managing director of the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship at MIT, Bill is helping to create a new generation of entrepreneurs. As more and more business students go into entrepreneurship instead of finance and consulting, Bill is on the front lines of entrepreneurial education. Lessons include:
The CEO of Benchmark Communications and author of Conversational Intelligence (and three other bestselling business books), Judith is an expert in creating and maintaining a business’s culture. Her work looks at not only the social impacts, but also the neuroscience of communication and culture. Lessons include: