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May 2nd, 2023

Chris Hare CEO of PRTI Inc., “How to Solve a 180 Year Old Problem”

  1. Chris Hare CEO of PRTI Inc., “How to Solve a 180 Year Old Problem” Dr. Laura Sicola 34:26

This week, Chris Hare shares with us how he and his team are working to solve a 180 year old problem with waste tires and make them into valuable commodities. 

In this episode you will learn:

  • How important it is to maintain a dialogue with your shareholders that is thoughtful and consistent.
  • Learning how to delegate as you move from an individual contributor to someone in a leadership role and the issues that you can create if you take the task back.
  • Remembering that feedback is personal.  Be cognizant of how you are delivering it.
  • Knowing that it can be challenging to slow down with a new audience especially when you are presenting it at the White House.

24 Hour Challenge:

Chris challenges you to think about your journey, resume and mission statement.  If you were on a bus and someone asked you what you do, take ten words that describe you.

About Chris Hare:

Chris Hare is Chief Executive Officer of PRTI, a leading Waste to Energy data center technology company based in North Carolina, USA. He has started and led a number of companies and spearheaded teams at Sony Ericsson, Lucas/TRW and others, both in the US and internationally. He has consulted for a wide range of innovation and strategy clients worldwide, including roles with UK Trade and Investment, HTC, AT&T, Hilti and others.

He earned the IBM Innovation and Design award, among other accolades. He holds graduate degrees from Cornwall Business School (UK) and is a Chartered Companion of the Chartered Management Institute, Member of the IEEE and has actively served on boards for a number of private and public associations.

You can connect with Chris in the following ways:  

  • Website: https://www.prtitech.com/
  • Twitter: https://twitter.com/cbhare?lang=en
  • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-hare-18b46

You can connect with Laura in the following ways:

  • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drlaurasicola
  • LinkedIn Business Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/vocal-impact-productions/
  • YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/VocalImpactProductions
  • Facebook: Vocal Impact Productions
  • Twitter: @LauraSicola
  • Instagram: @VocalImpactProductions
  • Website: https://vocalimpactproductions.com/
  • Laura’s Online Course: virtualinfluence.today

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Laura Sicola Leadership Communication & Influence Expert, Speaker, Author, Podcaster

Dr. Laura Sicola is a leadership communication and influence expert, speaker, author of Speaking to Influence: Mastering Your Leadership Voice, and host of the podcast, Speaking to Influence: Communication Secrets of the C-Suite. Her mission is to transform executives into confident, inspiring leaders whether live or virtually in order to get the results they want and turn their vision into their legacy. As the founder of Vocal Impact Productions, she has trained and coached executives at Comcast, IBM, the US Department of Commerce and Women Against Abuse along with politicians, business owners and non-profit leaders from around the world.

Laura’s TEDx talk, “Want to Sound Like a Leader? Start by Saying Your Name Right,” has nearly 7 million views, and she has been featured on programs such as Fox & Friends First, NBC10 @Issue and PHL 17. She has also spoken to thousands at conferences such as the Professional BusinessWomen of California Conference and the PA Conference for Women.

Laura received her PhD in educational linguistics from the University of Pennsylvania, where she also taught from 2001-2013.

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