Leadership Insights with Marsha Acker of Team Catapult

by Aug 17, 2023

In this episode, I sit down with Marsha Acker, Founder & CEO of Team Catapult. Marsha shares her leadership tips and expertise with me as we dig through some event industry challenges. I hope you enjoy this episode.

Episode Highlights:

  • It doesn’t matter what strategies you have or the tools you buy. If you can’t come together for a conversation and create change, then these things won’t matter- it’s the relationship that we are able to build and the effective conversation that we have that makes the difference.
  • Leadership is the art of engaging with others in a way that helps us all be the best version of ourselves – Marsha Acker
  • Just because we lead differently, it doesn’t mean that we can’t be impactful in our own way.
  • It is important as leaders for us to be clear on how we behave, how we lead, and what is our model for leadership.
  • Do you make space in our companies to think and talk as a team? We are excellent at communication, but we may see things differently than others.
  • Marsha talks about the key thing she does with her team to encourage relationship-building and open communication.
  • Discussing your team’s individual values and then collective values can be a useful tool for leaders of thriving teams.
  • Choosing not to maintain relationships in your business, can be detrimental for companies and teams.
  • In change management, we can resist change that is happening, or we can consider what we might create from it.
  • If you feel like you are efforting more than others, it may be time to do a self-check to see if you have to let go of the perspective that it has to be a specific way.

Links and Resources

Team Catapult
Marsha on LinkedIn
Defining Moments of Leadership Podcast
Build Your Model for Leading Change Book

Thank you so much for listening!

Want more leadership tips? Check out this episode on how to lead high-performance teams.


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