About the Speaker Sheri Spencer Bachman
I help CEOs, ambitious leaders, and emerging leaders, have MORE joyful success with more powerful, bankable outcomes.
My background includes twenty years plus years of leadership expertise in healthcare, corporations, and strategy, working directly with CEOs, C-Suite and the Board Room for impeccable execution and synergy.
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Podcast Bullet points
The podcast, "Business Blind Spots Exposed," aims to uncover and discuss unseen challenges and opportunities in business by interviewing experienced business leaders. The host believes that learning from others is crucial for personal and business growth.
Sheri Bachman, the guest, emphasizes the importance of defining core values and culture for business success. She believes that businesses often overlook these "backstage processes," which are crucial for scalability and operational effectiveness.
Bachman also discusses the transformation from a "doer" mindset to a "facilitator" mindset. She stresses that the key to scalability and reducing work hours lies in empowering and collaborating with team members.
The importance of data-driven decision-making is highlighted, specifically using KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) and dashboards to measure performance and foster accountability within the team.
Bachman addresses the challenges she faced as a female business leader, explaining how data and numbers were instrumental in establishing her credibility and breaking glass ceilings. She also reveals that her Million Dollar Climb initiative aims to teach essential elements for achieving milestones in business, based on her own experiences and observations.
Each point carries significant weight and could be further elaborated upon with statistics, such as how many businesses fail to define their core values (according to a 2019 Gallup report, only 27% of U.S. employees believe in their company's values), or how data-driven companies are 23 times more likely to acquire customers (according to a McKinsey report). These data points could lend additional credibility and depth to the discussion.