Prior to the Windermere Prestige Properties Event and live stream (check the Lake Las Vegas Facebook page), Tony and Andy had a quick chat with Henderson Hospital CEO Sam Kaufman. Today’s quicky show was broadcast live from Reflection Bay Golf Club.
Doug reviews the sold-out 7th Annual Inspired Excellence in Healthcare Awards Gala held at the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas on October 25, 2018. The event honored six individuals who have had a significant impact on the Southern Nevada medical community.
Understanding your weaknesses is important, but how you make up for the deficit will differentiate you as a leader. Having knowledge and understanding is important, but if you try to “know-it-all, do-it-all” you will lose focus on your strengths and your leadership will be less effective. Dr. Brandi and guest, Dean Hallett, former CFO of Twentieth Century Fox and Walt Disney Studios, discuss how to recognize your weaknesses and embrace humility to surround yourself with those who can fill in the gaps.
Is Professionalism Dead in Vegas? (A search for greatness): Over the last few months, Scott has been hyper-aware of the level of professionalism displayed in Las Vegas. He asks (and provides examples to this question): Are people meeting the promise of the products and services they offer?
HAVE A DRINK ON ME.
Broadcasting live from the Reflection Bay Golf Club, Tony and Andy chat with Blue Heron’s Olga McDowell about the company’s new homes being offered in Lake Las Vegas.
Also on this episode is the return of Shanta Patton (President, National Association of Real Estate Brokers) and Ryan Chackle (Publisher, Rogue 5 Media, Inc.).
Don’t miss the Lake Las Vegas Classic, happening November 1st – 3rd.