When people hear the word meeting, they groan.With special guest Dan McNeil, we discuss how to have effective and efficient meetings using the WADEL method to build trust and strong relationships coming out of these unprecedented Covid-19 times.
Questions explored in this episode:
- As a leader, how do you get people back to the work culture?
- Are you living in fear or making good rational decisions?
- What is the WADEL meeting method?
- How can I take these strategies home to my family?
Ford Taylor and Patrick Williams give practical and implementable tools to transform individuals, organizations, families, cities, and nations.
Dan McNeil is known as a leader who solves unique business constraints, utilizing practical solutions, while teaching organizations how to create high-performing, sustainable teams. Dan was the Found and President of Apex Restoration, LCC; leading them to start up to year over year dramatic annual growth in revenues and industry leading profitability. He then joined another PE firm to start BKA Restoration of Ohio, LCC in the role as President. He holds many industry certifications and his companies have been awarded on several occasions. Dan now lives his passion of helping companies reach and exceed their performance and quality of life dreams.
Ford Taylor is a leadership solutions trainer, strategist, and speaker. With a primary emphasis on the people who serve an organization while simultaneously maintaining a clear focus on the business or organization itself, Ford shares straight-forward, practical solutions through authentic leadership training and individualized leadership consulting. Ford helps to both define and navigate leadership in today’s business culture with an empathetic intelligence derived from decades of experience with an array of people, personalities, and companies both large and small.
Patrick Williams met Ford Taylor in 2014, and his life was truly “transformed.” Learning, sharing, and modeling the tools and ingredients of Transformational Leadership has profoundly impacted not only his marriage and relationships but also his business interests, community involvement, and faith. Patrick loves people and lives to encourage others to be the best versions of themselves.