Theatre to Corporate to Consulting with Ron Carucci – Part 1
In this interview on the Start Anew Show, we unfold Ron Carucci’s journey of multiple career transformations from performing arts to corporate world and how he finally found his sweet spot with business consultancy. Ron was introduced to me by Dorie Clark. Dorie suggested that he would a good fit for the Start Anew Show and I can’t agree more. There is an art and science to starting anew successfully and Ron has mastered it and you can model him.
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Ron Carucci is the founder of a boutique consultancy called Navalent. He has spent the last several years exploring his new passion of ushering in the next generation of leaders, helping organizations connect multi-generational workplaces. He has spoken around the world on numerous topics pertaining to developing leaders of tomorrow.
He is a co-author of 8 books and contributes regularly to Forbes and HBR. He has been featured in Fortune, Business Insider, CNBC, Thought Leaders, Business Week, and Bloomberg.
- How Ron felt about performing the same show 8 times a week
- One incident in Munich, opened Ron’s eyes to what ignited his passion
- The shift from using content to entertain to using content to engage with leaders
- Why he was collecting severance packages in his corporate career
- What he means by ‘It’s very difficult to be a prophet in your own land.’
- Why he left big corporate to start his own consultancy business
- How & why he transforms corporate leadership from the outside rather than the inside
- Why he has his company logo tattooed on his leg
I realised that presenting content from a stage was far less meaningful to me than engaging people in conversations about that content.– Ron Carucci
Click here for part 2 of this interview when Ron puts his coaching hat on and teaches leadership in small business.