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045 – Deciphering Innovator Archetypes with Tamara Kleinberg of LaunchStreet

045-Deciphering Innovator Archetypes with Tamara Kleinberg of Launchstreet Innovation Ecosystem

Tamara Kleinberg:


045 – Deciphering Innovator Archetypes with Tamara Kleinberg of LaunchStreet

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In this episode we are joined by Tamara Kleinberg, serial innovator, keynote speaker, creator the Innovation Quotient Edge (IQE) Assessment and founder of LaunchStreet, a leading platform for individuals and organisations seeking to innovate.

In this episode we cover:

  • The lessons Tamara has learnt throughout her 20 year career advising companies such as Disney, General Mills, RICOH, P&G, J&J on how to create innovative cultures.
  • Why she so firmly believes that everyone has the possibility to be an innovator and the implications of this for leadership in large, established organisations.
  • We walk through Tamara’s IQE Assessment the only tool designed to decipher a person’s natural innovative strengths and create the right environment for them to thrive.

[2:25] What does Tamara do?
[3:55] Why is innovation such an important topic for companies?
[6:10] What we need to do in organizations is create ‘change artists.’
[7:00] How has innovation changed over the years?
[9:35] The real power to a successful company is teaching people how to be innovative.
[9:55] Your people have great ideas, they’re just not being tapped into.
[13:15] Mark took Tamara’s innovator assessment. She breaks it down, what kind of innovator Mark is.
[16:55] What kind of leader do you need to be to help your staff be more innovative?
[21:15] You want to thank people, as a way to encourage them, for speaking up at meetings, even if you disagreed with them.
[24:05] What does Tamara mean by compounding innovation?
[30:30] A sexy idea just isn’t enough to take things to the next level.
[34:45] The most successful leaders ask questions four times more often than the average leader.
[37:15] All the great leaders Tamara had, asked questions and really pushed her to excel.
[39:30] Every one of us has an innovative mind, we just need to unlock it.
[39:50] What has Tamara changed her mind about recently?
[42:30] What does Tamara do to remain creative and innovative?
[44:00] What does Tamara attribute her success to, in life?

Summary

In this episode we are joined by Tamara Kleinberg, serial innovator, keynote speaker, creator the Innovation Quotient Edge (IQE) Assessment and founder of LaunchStreet, a leading platform for individuals and organisations seeking to innovate.

In this episode we cover:

  • The lessons Tamara has learnt throughout her 20 year career advising companies such as Disney, General Mills, RICOH, P&G, J&J on how to create innovative cultures.
  • Why she so firmly believes that everyone has the possibility to be an innovator and the implications of this for leadership in large, established organisations.
  • We walk through Tamara’s IQE Assessment the only tool designed to decipher a person’s natural innovative strengths and create the right environment for them to thrive.
Tamara Kleinberg

Tamara’s life is about breaking through the status quo for game-changing results. From building and running multimillion dollar businesses, advising Fortune 500 like Disney, Procter and Gamble and RICOH on fostering innovative ideas and people, being part of the elite group of TED speaker to competing in three Tough Mudders (and counting) Tamara’s life is about breaking through the status quo for game-changing results, and that’s what her keynotes, online programs and assessments can do for you.

What Was Covered

[2:25] What does Tamara do?
[3:55] Why is innovation such an important topic for companies?
[6:10] What we need to do in organizations is create ‘change artists.’
[7:00] How has innovation changed over the years?
[9:35] The real power to a successful company is teaching people how to be innovative.
[9:55] Your people have great ideas, they’re just not being tapped into.
[13:15] Mark took Tamara’s innovator assessment. She breaks it down, what kind of innovator Mark is.
[16:55] What kind of leader do you need to be to help your staff be more innovative?
[21:15] You want to thank people, as a way to encourage them, for speaking up at meetings, even if you disagreed with them.
[24:05] What does Tamara mean by compounding innovation?
[30:30] A sexy idea just isn’t enough to take things to the next level.
[34:45] The most successful leaders ask questions four times more often than the average leader.
[37:15] All the great leaders Tamara had, asked questions and really pushed her to excel.
[39:30] Every one of us has an innovative mind, we just need to unlock it.
[39:50] What has Tamara changed her mind about recently?
[42:30] What does Tamara do to remain creative and innovative?
[44:00] What does Tamara attribute her success to, in life?

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