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Our guest today is Paul J. Zdunek, author, speaker, conductor, Grey Leadership expert and COO of Miller Kaplan
Paul has over 20 years of experience providing business leadership and advisory services for both nonprofit and for-profit organizations. He has been a Chief Restructuring Officer, Business Transformation Advisor, Change Management Leader, and Interim Executive for institutions requiring financial stabilization or organizational revitalization. He is often engaged by organizations requiring investigatory services to assess financial discrepancies, organizational inefficiencies, human resource challenges, and leadership conflicts. Paul has also designed and led proprietary transformational initiatives that help organizations reach their maximum potential through custom designed strategy sessions.
As part of his decade-long career as a musician/conductor, Paul has led or collaborated with The Baltimore Chamber Chorale, The Greater Twin Cities Youth Symphonies, Opera Vivente!, Minnesota Opera, The Dale Warland Singers, The American Composers Forum, and The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra.
In This Conversation We Discuss:
- How he brings the skills of a conductor into the business world.
- The importance of the CEO/COO relationship.
- Paul’s book, ‘Cowboys and Conductors.’
- Why personality profiles are massively misused in the interview process.
- The powerful connection between people and horses.
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