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Our guest today is Robert Glazer, author and keynotes speaker, as well as the Founder and Chairman of the Board of Acceleration Partners.
Robert is a serial entrepreneur with a passion for helping individuals and organizations build their capacity to elevate.
Under Robert’s leadership, Acceleration Partners has become a recognized global leader in the affiliate and partner marketing industry, receiving numerous industry and company culture awards. He was also named to Glassdoor’s list of Top CEO of Small and Medium Companies in the US, ranking #2. In addition to being a guest on podcasts such as this, Robert hosts the Elevate Podcast, where he sits down with CEOs, authors and thinkers to discuss personal growth and helping others live their best lives. He is an international bestselling author of four books: Elevate, Friday Forward, Performance Partnerships and How To Thrive In The Virtual Workplace.
A regular columnist for Forbes, Inc. and Entrepreneur, Robert’s writing reaches over five million people around the globe each year on topics that range from performance marketing and entrepreneurship to company culture, capacity building, hiring and leadership. He’s also a sought-after speaker by companies and organizations, especially on subjects related to business growth, culture, mindful transitions, building capacity and performance.
In This Conversation We Discuss:
- How Robert ‘accidentally’ created a business that now has over 300 employees.
- Why you should never feel guilty about asking a happy customer to leave a review.
- How the company roles were realigned as they grew over time.
- Details on Robert’s new book, Elevate Your Team
- How Robert helped (then COO) Matt Wool in his growth on a spiritual, intellectual, emotional and physical level.
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