The Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting is coming up. Which makes this a great time for us to catch up with the 2021 Chair Ben Hutton, CEO of Hutton. He joins Don and Ebony to talk about his leadership path as well as what to expect from special guest speaker Patrick Lencioni at the Annual Meeting. On this episode we discuss: Starting work from the age of 12 How Ben’s leadership has been impacted by his father, his faith and his network The importance of showing up Why he wanted to be a leader of the Chamber The good a business can do for the community How chasing the wrong goals taught Ben his biggest lesson as a leader What the Chamber represents The upcoming annual meeting on November 16, 2021 with guest speaker Patrick Lencioni Why people should attend the annual meeting Entering the danger Making dumb suggestions Being stuck with the same entrepreneurial stories for 15 years Learn more about the Wichita Regional Chamber Annual Meeting:https://www.wichitachamber.org/annualmeetinghttps://www.tablegroup.com/ PodcastTwitter ProfileLinkedIn ProfileBen Hutton was swinging a hammer as soon as he could lift it. By age 12, he was working job sites. He studied construction management at Kansas State University and started at Hutton as a project manager. Soon after, he was leading the company’s business development efforts. In 2010, he became president. In 2016, CEO. Since then, the company’s capabilities have expanded and the number of employees more than tripled. Patrick Lencioni’s teachings have been instrumental in Ben’s leadership journey. You might recognize Pat from The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Death by Meeting, or Ben’s personal favorite Getting Naked! Lencioni is the pioneer of the organizational health movement and one of the world’s foremost experts on leadership and teamwork. As an author, speaker, consultant and CEO of the Table Group, Pat has spent the last 20 years shaping the organizational health movement by helping leaders develop cohesive teams and engaged employees. Patrick’s books have sold more than 6 million copies and his work has been featured in Fortune, USA TODAY, Bloomberg Businessweek, and Harvard Business Review, to name a few. During his time in Wichita, Patrick will be focused on his new model, The Working Genius. Far too many people in the world suffer needlessly because they don't understand their personal areas of working genius. As a result, they don't do the kind of work that gives them joy and energy, and they end up in jobs and projects that are draining and demoralizing. This is a grave tragedy on two levels.First, it leads those people to lose confidence in themselves and enthusiasm for life, which is devastating for them, their families and friends, and society as a whole. That alone is heartbreaking. Second, organizations and teams–even families–that don't tap into the true genius of their members can't come close to realizing their potential. They are left puzzled by their inability to achieve their goals. This often leads them to make inaccurate and hurtful judgements about one another, and to feel unnecessarily guilty about their own shortcomings. What makes all of this particularly tragic is that it is avoidable. The solution is for everyone–employees, managers, students and spouses–to identify their areas of working genius, as well as their areas of life draining weakness, and to put themselves in a position to tap into their genius more and engage in their weakness less. Annual Meeting is open to the community and anyone who purchases a ticket will be given access to the Working Genius assessment so you can tap into your own genius and discover the gifts you bring to work!Join the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce! This podcast is brought to you by the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce and is powered by Evergy. To send feedback on this show and/or send suggestions for future guests or topics please e-mail email@example.com. This show is part of the ICT Podcast Network. For more information visit ictpod.net
The brothers are back for #71 with the funniest men in Buffalo, Jake Fazzolari and Ben Hutton. Jake and Ben's new podcast, Schemin' & Dreamin', is streaming now on YouTube and all podcast platforms.Merch Link: https://teespring.com/stores/two-in-the-coolerInstacart Link: https://instacart.oloiyb.net/vAWXNSchemin' & Dreamin' on YouTube: https: //www.youtube.com/channel/UCOS2ANb2dg-9VsxRKnFufeQSchemin' & Dreamin' on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/28HtC8Br60pK0ENENv5BIHSupport the show (https://teespring.com/stores/two-in-the-cooler)
This is a gathering of API storytellers, exploring what is going on around us each day, using API technology to make sense of who we are. This episode we sit down with Ben Hutton, the lead behind the JSON Schema community to talk about vocabularies and other ways we validate and annotate how we tell stories we tell in the API space.. Opening image credit goes to Giulia Forsythe (@giuliaforsythe).
The brothers are back for #45 with Jake Fazzolari and Ben Hutton!The two funniest people in Buffalo join Matt and Andy in the studio!Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/two-in-the-coolerInstacart Link: https://instacart.oloiyb.net/vAWXNSupport the show (https://teespring.com/stores/two-in-the-cooler)
Zegras Joins Camp, Ben Hutton PTO, Christian Djoos Waived
Crash The Pond: An Anaheim Ducks Podcast
On this episode, we break down the Ducks' latest moves in an eventful week. First, we put a bow on Trevor Zegras' World Juniors performance, then get into the Ducks waiving Christian Djoos and then signing Ben Hutton to a Professional Tryout, as well as many other Ducks related topics. Enjoy!If you’d like to support the show, here a couple of options you have: Go to manscaped.com and get 20% off + free shipping with the code: CTP #manscapedpodSubscribe to our live Twitch stream twitch.tv/crashthepond Become a Patreon patron: patreon.com/crashthepond Check out the video version of the podcast: youtube.com/crashthepond Or leave us a review on Apple Podcasts Thanks for listening!
#37 - Hard Work, Discipline & Consistency with Ben Hutton
Infinite Potential Podcast
So the first guest of Series 2 is here, I am so excited to bring you this podcast with Ben Hutton. Ben is someone who I admire, especially his work ethic, ethos and discipline. Discipline is something Ben is super passionate about and we discuss it at length throughout this podcast. Some of you may know of Ben through his restaurant businesses Ben's and Queen's in Bury St Edmunds and others of you may know him through his work as a PT. Ben discusses marrying the two careers together and how he uses that to support his clients. We discuss how his traits and ethos lead to him recieving an incredible award, especially this year but also how those same traits can be found within you and how to apply them to your fitness journey. If you want to find Ben and have a further chat with him the best place to head is instagram which is linked below: https://www.instagram.com/thefittfoodie/ To carry on the chat with me you can find me below: https://www.instagram.com/bethwillis_pt/ https://www.facebook.com/willisfitnessPT/