Bill Ringle Info for Interviewers

Overview

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Introduction

I’d like to welcome Bill Ringle, former Apple exec, published author, and founder of GrowBusinessNow.com.

Bill’s mission is to help overwhelmed managers become admired leaders who can grow and scale companies by mastering focus, integrity, delegation, and systems.

He hosts My Quest for the Best, the podcast for ambitious small business leaders. You’ll find more than 400 episodes with top published thought leaders like Dan Pink, Scott Belsky, and Dorie Clark sharing their stories, strategies, and success tools with listeners each week. Follow him on LinkedIn or Twitter for daily tips and updates.

He earned his computer science undergraduate degree from RPI and his MS grad degree from Drexel University.

Bill is based in Philadelphia and is here to Bust the 3 Myths of Effective Delegation for small business leaders and managers who wake up each day and look forward to advancing their company’s goals.

Welcome, Bill.

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Sample Interview Questions

Topic: Delegation for Small Business Leaders
  1. What is delegation for a small business leader? 
  2. What are a few signs that delegation might not be working as well as it could in your business?
  3. What is one of the first things that a manager should do to improve their delegation?
  4. Why are some people hesitant to delegate?
  5. Once a manager starts to delegate, what are 1 or 2 of the most common stumbling blocks to avoid?
  6. Who is responsible for delegating effectively, the person giving an assignment or the one on the receiving end?
  7. What’s a better way of thinking of delegation than just dumping the things you don’t want to do onto someone else’s to do list?
  8. What are a few myths about delegating that we can debunk?
  9. Are there any areas that someone cannot or should not delegate?
  10. What is one of your pet peeves with delegating?

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Bio for Bill Ringle

Bill works with senior managers who want to lead high performance teams in high tech companies across North America.

He led the Worldwide Training program at Apple, and his mission is to help overwhelmed managers become admired leaders who can grow and scale companies by mastering focus, integrity, delegation, and systems.

As the chair of an angel investment group, Bill has worked with over 200 founders of SaaS, energy, and IT companies to secure more than $200 million in funding.

Bill Ringle is the host and executive producer of My Quest for the Best, the podcast for ambitious small business leaders. It is a top business podcast on Apple iTunes. Interviews with expert guests with relevant published books, like Dan Pink, Barbara Cochran, Jeff Hayden, Sam Horn, Dorie Clark, and Harvey Mackay, and hundreds of others, sharing their stories, strategies, and tools with listeners each week.

He is the author of four books, and developer of dozens of online and hybrid programs that help leaders and managers become more effective in their day-to-day work. Grow Business Now, his upcoming book, will be published later this year.

You can find his work in Inc., Forbes, LinkedIn, and the Harvard Business Review online, and dozens of other business magazines, newspapers, and internal company portals.

When he is not educating and inspiring business leaders, Bill can be found on the tennis court or hiking with his border collie Rocco.

Bill is based in greater Philadelphia, PA.

 
<h2>Bio for Bill Ringle </h2> 
<p>Bill works with senior managers who want to lead high performance teams in high tech companies across North America.</p>
<p>He led the Worldwide Training program at Apple, and his mission is to help overwhelmed managers become admired leaders who can grow and scale companies by mastering focus, integrity, delegation, and systems.</p> <br>
<p>As the chair of an angel investment group, Bill has worked with over 200 founders of SaaS, energy, and IT companies to secure more than $200 million in funding. He is the author of four books, and developer of dozens of online and hybrid programs that help leaders and managers become more effective in their day-to-day work.  <strong>Grow Business Now </strong>, his fourth book, will be published later this year.</p> </p>
<p>Bill Ringle is the host and executive producer of My Quest for the Best, the podcast for ambitious small business leaders. It is a top business podcast on Apple iTunes. Interviews with expert guests with relevant published books, like Dan Pink, Barbara Cochran, Jeff Hayden, Sam Horn, Dorie Clark, and Harvey Mackay, and hundreds of others, sharing their stories, strategies, and tools with listeners each week.<p>
<p>You can find his work in Forbes, Inc., and the Harvard Business Review online, as well as in other business magazines and newspapers.</p>
<p>When he is not educating and inspiring business leaders, Bill can be found on the tennis court or hiking with his border collie Rocco.</p>
<p>Bill is based in greater Philadelphia, PA.<p>