Rob Maynor, Vice President of HM Product Solutions talks solving supply chain issues and product shipping through lessons learned on sailboats and on race tracks.
Sea Safaris teaches American Sailing Association classes to sailors of all abilities. Don spent years in corporate marketing before developing his schools and then transitioning full-time to the entrepreneurial arena.
In this episode you will learn to take lessons from the world of sailing and apply them to your life as a business owner.
Peter Harken and his brother grew Harken Sailing from a small startup in the garage in the 1950s to the largest manufacturer of sailing hardware in the world. Today Harken has plants throughout the world and their equipment can be found on the most famous race boats to ultra-luxury mega yachts. Peter shares the history of what he learned from sailing scows as a college student to lessons that he applied to the business world as an adult. He will provide inspiration to the listener on how to build an amazing team and organization.
Douglas B. Evans, MD is the Donald C. Ausman Family Foundation Professor of Surgery and Chair of the Department of Surgery at the Medical College of Wisconsin. In this episode, Dr. Evans shares how he builds great surgical teams, how great communication happens in surgical teams, and how those lessons are lived out on the racecourse in regattas.
Gary Jobson has appeared on NBC and ESPN as a sailing commentator. In this episode, he shares lessons learned from some of the largest businesses in sailing – and how these lessons apply to other industry-focused companies.