The quickest way to innovate is to take lessons from one world and apply them in another. Jenny Davis was the fastest woman in Scottish sprint cycling. As a Commonwealth Games Medalist, Jenny understands what it takes to plan, train, compete, and thrive on and off the track. Using timeless principles she has successfully created and led change management and continuous improvement programs for teams as small as 5 up to business units of 1500+. Jenny takes what she learned in excelling in sports to help entrepreneurs and business leaders lead their teams through crisis and change. To stop the constant fire fighting, high stress and high emotion, ‘running around like headless chickens’ feeling in their teams, businesses and personal lives. Instead, she helps them gain calm and control for their teams, businesses and personal lives, by taking those core sporting principles and applying them to business.
“no one does it alone and especially for entrepreneurs no one does this gig by themselves. Every single person who’s had success, business, personal life, sports, music, art, science they’ve all had support through coaches and mentors, mastermind groups, bosses from a previous life, fellow entrepreneurs. Either one-on-one or through resources like this podcast. And my advice would be to lean on them for support and guidance and help. They will challenge you where they think you need challenge, encourage you to keep going and make sure that you’re on the right path ”…[Listen for More]
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