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Howard M. Shore is the Founder of Activate Group. He is a speaker and best-selling author who has worked with hundreds of executives and teams to help accelerate their growth and scale their organizations. During his career of over 35 years, Howard has helped create over $1 billion of value. He has authored two best-selling books, The Leader Launchpad and Your Business is a Leaky Bucket.
Howard cut his teeth as the owner of several successful companies and as an executive for Fortune 500 companies like Ryder System, AutoNation, and KPMG. For him, the transition to business and executive coaching was a natural one. He earned his bachelor's and MBA degrees from Florida International University and completed advanced executive programs at Harvard Law School and the University of Chicago. He is a Certified Gazelles Coach, Certified Public Accountant, Certified Executive Coach, Certified Behavioral Analyst, Certified Values Analyst, and Certified Attributes Index Analyst. He is also an accomplished speaker and mentors other business coaches outside of his company.In this episode…
There are a few reasons why an entrepreneur might not succeed: a bad business idea, failure to implement your concept well, or the wrong team. To get things right and run a successful business, these are all critical components that you’re going to have to hit right on the head.
The main reason most entrepreneurs fail at delegating is their ego, because they believe that no one else can do it better. However, according to Howard M. Shore, humility is an important asset that entrepreneurs should embrace in order to build strong teams and thriving businesses. He also believes in having clear visions and clear priorities, and ensuring every team member is on the same page.
Howard M. Shore, Founder of Activate Group, joins Rich Goldstein in this episode of the Innovations and Breakthroughs Podcast to discuss employee management and building a company culture. He also talks about writing his two books, what he learned from working with large organizations, and his thoughts on validating and implementing business ideas.