AGP Ep 23: Sarah-Jane Peterschlingmann—Money is not the goal. But focus on Service excellence + Integrity and the money will follow
Sarah-Jane Peterschlingmann started her own mission-critical cloud hosting company not long after graduating from university. Defined by a focus on service excellence and integrity, her leadership approach has led to a successful and multi-award winning company. Listen to hear how she thinks about business and leadership.
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- Sarah-Jane’s links
- Amy Cuddy on how body language shapes who you are
- Low customer effort leads to customer loyalty (same for employees)
- Tools for remote teams
- Take #100in100 Challenge—100 posts over 100 days while raising money for a great cause
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- Music by David Cutter
- Big success starts by doing things we are afraid and uncertain of
- Trusting one’s intuition and influencing others to follow
- Managing nervousness and difficult situations through body language
- Benefits of remote teams and how to manage them
- Sarah-Jane’s definition of leadership
- 5:09 “The thing that holds people back a lot is fear. It is really in ourselves that holds us back”—Sarah-Jane
- 6:28 “All the greatest things that have happened in my life have come from stepping outside of my comfort zone”—Sara-Jane
- 17:08 “A leader knows the way, goes the way and shows the way”—Sarah-Jane
- 20:03 “Doing a poor job is better than not doing it at all”—Sarah-Jane
- 22:48 “Talented people want to be doing amazing work. That’s how they feel good about themselves”—Sarah-Jane