A company culture that encourages a heart of servitude starts with the CEO and leadership team. Guest Joseph James, CEO of Professional K9 Solutions, shares why flipping the org chart means leading like Jesus. Joseph also shared that his wife died just twenty-two days after his dad. How do you lead a business (and a family) when you don't even want to get out of bed? This challenging season showed Joseph how important it was for leadership to carry the vision for a business. It also taught him why you need to focus on small instead of magnifying big challenges. He took these lessons into 2020 and the pandemic. Don't miss this heartfelt conversation about leading during challenging seasons and creating a company culture that helps a business and its people thrive.
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Joseph James is CEO of Professional K9 Solutions. He is a US Marine and Law enforcement veteran, entrepreneur, widower, father, keynote speaker, and podcaster.
Joseph has endured his share of pain in both life and business. In the midst of his father and wife passing away in the same month, Joseph is raising 3 children and successfully growing a business to 7 figures in just under 6 years. Joseph is passionate about sharing his journey of his wife's battle of cancer, the struggles in life and business to help people that have gone through life's “hell” and find their purpose through the pain.
If you would like to connect with Joseph, you can do so via email at email@example.com or on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/joseph-james-1b03678a/
About the host: Following a successful career as CEO, Bobby sold his business to a publicly-traded company. In what he calls his “second half of life”, Bobby seeks to pour Biblically-based principles into growth-minded business leaders.
Through Values-Driven Leadership, Bobby serves as an Executive Coach and Training Consultant for organizations. He shares many of his principles and practices through a weekly blog, the True North Business podcast, and through three books he has authored: