Founder of Utiliserve and Fireserve LLC in Bossier City, Louisiana, Zach Raley says one of his biggest leadership lessons has been identifying strengths and weaknesses in order to get the right people in the right places at the right time.
A self-described “accidental entrepreneur,” Kathie Fuce-Hobohm launched SPACE Inc. in 1995 and has grown the Michigan-based company into a national commercial interior design firm with a focus on sustainability. Kathie discusses some key lessons from her three decades as a business owner.
As co-owners of Public Sector Consultants, a nonpartisan public policy firm in Lansing, Julie Metty Bennett and Rachel Kuntzsch work with clients to solve challenges, remove obstacles and identify opportunities to move policy forward. Dan Wyant asks this dynamic duo to share what makes their partnership tick.
As CEO and co-owner of ITinspired in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Rob Wise leads an innovative managed services provider that focuses on the people side of technology. Discussing his entrepreneurial journey, Rob cites passion and curiosity as key ingredients to his success.
Dan Wyant visits with Barbara Stankowski, a retired naval officer who launched AMTIS Inc. in 2007. A provider of information technology, training, leadership development and other services, AMTIS was on the Inc. 5000 list for six consecutive years before Stankowski sold it 2018.
Chairman Dan Wyant has launched a series of video blogs to highlight second-stage entrepreneurs around the country and share their lessons learned. His first guest is Bonnie Alfonso, president and CEO of Alfie Logo Gear in Traverse City Michigan. Among her takeaways: When to say “no” to new initiatives.