International speaker, author, and performance coach Gordon Jenkins returned to The Conference Room to discuss techniques that even the most undisciplined or autonomous person can use to harness the power of accountability to propel their productivity and scale their business.
KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODE:
- Why is accountability important?
- Why do people fail to continue their own ‘accountability’?
- Tips and techniques for people to be self-accountable
THIS WEEK’S GUEST
We welcome back friend of the podcast, Gordon Jenkins into the Conference Room. Gordon is an executive coach, speaker and international author, he helps entrepreneurs make a real impact and difference both in their professional and personal journeys. Gordon was named alongside Simon Sinek and Jessica Fearnely on the Global Powerlist 200 as one of the biggest voices in Leadership in 2020. In his previous appearance on Episode 31 of the podcast, we talked about how he lived a ‘Covid’ style life for over 17 years, how his book, ‘Network with Purpose’ has become the go-to guide for industry leaders and how he and his trusty sidekick, Banfi The Duck, celebrate the differences we can make to the world around us; but today he’s come in to talk about accountability, responsibility and how they can accelerate your personal and business growth.
For more information, or to get in touch with Gordon, check out:
Network with Purpose – Transform your skills in 4 simple steps
http://bit.ly/4stepnwp available in paperback or ebook
30 ways to make networking feel less like work – this is free
Digital version of Airport Eco-system – its my IP about how to build the network of the future, now so to get on the distribution list for this send an email to [email protected]
A MESSAGE FROM SIMON
On February 24, 2022 Russia invaded Ukraine, in an unprovoked and unjustified attack. At the time I am writing this, I personally know people who, are trying to survive in bomb shelters in Kyiv, and others who have taken up arms to defend this country. Here at The Conference Room our thoughts and prayers are with our friends and colleagues and the whole of the Ukrainian people. But thoughts and prayers are not enough. As President Kennedy said in the name of Thomas Burke, all it takes for evil to succeed is for good men to do nothing. So, let’s do something. In the shownotes for this episode, and for every episode while the people of Ukraine are fighting for their country, we’ll post links of how you can help: reputable organizations you can donate to that will help the Ukrainian people and reliable sources of information about what’s happening on the ground. As individuals, we may not be able to stand up to Putin ourselves, but let’s all do something and not let evil triumph on our watch. Thank you.
Telegram Channel for real time information:
Resources for reputable charities: