Growth Igniters Radio | Game-Changing Ideas for Visionary Execs on Leadership, Innovation and Growth
About This Show
Join internationally known business performance expert and author, Pamela S. (“Pam”) Harper, Founding Partner and CEO of Business Advancement Inc., and her business partner/husband D. Scott (“Scott”) Harper, an internationally known innovation expert, for thought-provoking conversations with visionary leaders who are transforming the face of business. Each week, a new show focuses on sparking fresh insights, inspiration, and immediately useful ideas to take you and your organization to new heights of success in this rapidly changing world.
Most Recent Episode
How to Make Conflict Work to Your Advantage [Episode 126]
What are the keys to making conflict the springboard for innovation and growth?
Find out by listening- on-the-go to Episode 126. Scott and I discuss a powerful way to use conflict to navigate in uncharted territory. While it’s common to think of disagreements and friction as something that can get in the way of goals, conflicts can actually be the driver of discovery and new opportunities. It all depends on how you lead it.
In this episode, you’ll gain insights on
* Why it’s especially important to reframe the value of conflict
* Three keys for shaping constructive conflict
* Immediately useful advice for applying these ideas
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Pamela S. Harper is the Founding Partner and CEO of Business Advancement Inc., a strategic growth advisory firm based in Glen Rock, NJ. For more than 20 years, Pam has applied her gift for finding the hidden opportunities in every situation to helping clients in entrepreneurial, mid-market, and Fortune 500 companies across 30 industries create hundreds of millions of dollars of value in both top and bottom line growth.
Prior to founding BAI, Pam skyrocketed into the ranks of management by taking a progressive series of newly created organizational development positions is companies ranging from mid-market to Fortune 500 across multiple industries, all undergoing dramatic change and growth.
Pam has been quoted in, featured in, or written articles for prominent business media including Business Week,