Tony interviewed about his new novel


 

 

Click here for Tony Mayo's podcastThis podcast is an interview about Tony’s new novel, Crimes of Cunning: A comedy of personal and political transformation in the deteriorating American workplace. He is interviewed by longtime client Ron Dimon. Ron is an expert on the use of information by executives of large organizations. Listen as two experienced business people play with useful ideas in this episode including:

* What changed in the 1980s that made so many of today’s jobs inhumane
* How consulting to MCI inspired the story
* Influence of Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s Journey
* Tools for Personal Transformation
* Choosing a stand or “Way of Being”
* The useful coaching concept of “game”
* How physical spaces engender specific behaviors
* How personal relationships can enrich business effectiveness
* Transform pain and disappointment into growth
* Finding time and focus to write a novel
* Pre-meeting meetings and after action reviews
* The “Slow / Fast” Method vs. typical business behavior
* Tony’s next book: “The Conversation Contract”

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Free Sample: Audible Audio Book

 


 

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Podcast #16: Tony reads a short sample from his first book: The Courage to Be in Community. The complete audiobook is for sale on iTunes and Audible.

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Radio interview on The Courage to Be in Community

 


 

Eric Tonningsen interviewed Tony for his radio program, Awakening to Awareness: Realigning with What Really Matters.

Eric wrote:

Tony’s recently published book, The Courage to Be in Community served as the underlying focus for our conversation. He shared his distinctions between courage and bravery, and authenticity versus genuineness.

We talked about the significance in communities of five Cs:

  • Courage,
  • Connection,
  • Choice,
  • Compassion and
  • Conversation.

We also explored relationship, acting from the heart, mothering touch, vulnerability and costumes, again in the context of community.

 


 

Click the play button and listen to Tony Mayo talk with Eric about The Courage to Be in Community.

 

 


 

You may also enjoy this interview of Tony by client Chris Haddon.

 


 

Curiosity, Confidence, and Your Cerebral Cortex

 


 

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Curiosity, Confidence, and Your Cerebral Cortex Podcast

A conversation with executive coaching client Ron Dimon. Part 9

This latest podcast is part nine of a funny and practical conversation between top executive coach Tony Mayo and his longtime client Ron Dimon. Ron is an expert on the use of information by executives of large organizations. Listen as two experienced business people play with useful ideas in this episode including:

  • The power of being unsure, of remaining “in the inquiry” rather than settling for easy answers.
  • How to feel okay with yourself by helping others feel okay.
  • Presenting to Fortune 500 company executives.
  • The trap of over preparing your presentation.
  • Your brain’s skill for anticipating the future—and the dangerous illusions that creates.

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Sales Skills for Top Managers Podcast

 


 

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Sales Skills for Top Managers Podcast

A conversation with executive coaching client Ron Dimon. Part 8

This latest podcast is part eight of a funny and practical conversation between top executive coach Tony Mayo and his longtime client Ron Dimon. Ron is an expert on the use of information by executives of large organizations. Listen as two experienced business people play with useful ideas in this episode including:

  • Boost your sales by employing Tony’s insight into the related power of affinity and similarity.
  • Why it is important to sell to people rather than persuade positions.
  • The proper roles of laughter, emotions, product knowledge in sales.
  • How and why Tony refused a check for $250,000.
  • It is not what you say that makes the sale,
    it is what you hear!

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Integrity: Executive Coaching Teleseminar

 


 

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Integrity: The Most Overlooked Business Advantage

 

Podcast #13: Teleseminar on the power and practicality of integrity, doing what you say when and how you said you would do it.

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A conversation with executive coaching client Ron Dimon. Part 7

 


 

Click here for Tony Mayo's podcastThis latest podcast is part seven of a funny and useful conversation between top executive coach Tony Mayo and his longtime client Ron Dimon. Ron is an expert on the use of information by executives of large organizations. Listen as two experienced business people play with useful ideas in this episode including:

  • Put something “at stake”
    • Power of a public promise
  • Integrity under uncertainty
  • Stop grasping, start gaining
    • The power of “giving up”
  • “Hero Managers” attract unreliable employees
  • Don’t be sorry, be successful
    • Recovering from failure
  • Choose your thoughts

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