So the chance convene those in this role might be particularly useful, as these groups are finding. One such group was formed by Cameron Herold, a Canadian entrepreneurial coach and speaker and a former COO himself: Herold held the No. 2 position at franchise junk-removal firm 1-800-GOT-JUNK? for seven years, growing it from 14 employees to 3,100 during that time. Along the way, he built up a side business coaching and mentoring high-growth entrepreneurs and their seconds-in-command, and he eventually left to focus on that business full time…
Would you like to know how to get more free publicity to grow your company, impact, and reach? That’s what my guest, Cameron Herold, has done, and he’s here to discuss how to do exactly that.
If you don’t know Cameron, he’s the best selling author of multiple books, a regular media contributor, founder of COO Alliance, and he helps lead leaders. He’s built two $100-million businesses, and now travels the world to help other companies simplify their processes so they can scale with less stress.
Cameron Herold (@cameronherold) is the mastermind behind hundreds of companies’ exponential growth, former COO of 1-800-GOT-JUNK, founder of the COO Alliance, and author of five books, including Double Double: How to Double Your Revenue and Profit in 3 Years or Less.
Today on the Growing Pains Podcast you are in for a masterclass from an accomplished executive and thought leader Cameron Herold. Cameron is the founder of COO Alliance – The World’s Leading Network for Chief Operating Officers. He’s also a best selling author of books such as Free PR, Vivid Vision, Meetings Suck, Double Double, The Miracle Morning.
Cameron Herold, known around the world as The CEO Whisperer, is the mastermind behind the exponential growth of hundreds of companies. Founder of the COO Alliance & Second In Command Podcast (iTunes), he has built a dynamic consultancy by guiding his clients to double their profit and double their revenue in just three years or less.
Cameron Herold wrote Meetings Suck because it’s such a common phrase in today’s workplaces. Most of the time, you never utter the words — you simply believe you wasted time by attending the meeting in the first place. Herold says, “Meeting don’t suck; we suck at running meetings.”