Episode 8 of our Inspired Ideas Podcast series features a discussion between Brianna Johnson, ConvergenceCoaching consultant, and Aaron Ackerman, Partner at HoganTaylor, and a graduate of our Transformational Leadership Program™ (TLP).
In this episode, Brianna and Aaron explore the original goals and progression of what started as Aaron’s TLP project – weaving business development into his firm’s cultural fabric and helping all employees learn how they can play a part. They also discuss HoganTaylor’s consulting practice and how the firm is creating growth by providing value-added services for clients. Listen in for ideas about making the shift toward more advisory services and getting your people involved in the rainmaking game.
About Our Guest:
Aaron Ackerman is a partner at “IPA Top 100” firm HoganTaylor and is passionate about helping clients solve their hardest problems. Aaron leads the advisory practice in the Oklahoma City market which he launched in 2014. Prior to joining HoganTaylor, Aaron spent 10 years serving as Controller or CFO for several OKC companies including one of the largest private companies in the U.S. and a private equity backed start-up.
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Tools & Resources:
- Episode 8 Transcript
- Learn more about the Transformational Leadership Program™ (TLP)
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Check Out Aaron’s Podcast, How That Happened!
Like the Inspired Ideas Podcast, Aaron’s show is about leaders who are making an impact in their communities. In each episode, he and his co-host interview successful business and community leaders, including Convergence Coaching’s own Jennifer Wilson in episode 19, to see how business innovation and success actually happens.
“How That Happened” is available on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. You can also subscribe to receive the latest episodes and additional resources for your business by visiting howthathappened.com.
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