Episode 4: Strabo Founder Albert Loveland

Jul 8, 2020 | Community Connections Podcast

Strabo Founder Albert Loveland - MAC6 co-workspace tempe az

If you are a business leader, it is so critical to stay flexible and adapt to new information when setting your organization’s strategy. A great quote to live by especially during these times is, “You don’t know what you don’t know and sometimes what you know isn’t so”. That is what Al Loveland, Founder of Strabo shared with listeners on the most recent episode of MAC6 Community Connection Radio Show and Podcast, hosted by Jennifer Burwell and Kyle McIntosh.

Kyle, Jennifer, and Al shared some great advice, tips and stories about leadership and business in today’s ever-changing world. They all agreed that to be a successful leader in today’s world you need to look back on the past, make changes as necessary, understand people, know how to motivate, be kind and also hold people accountable for their actions.

If you are a leader in business today, this episode is worth the listen…

Strabo works with small & medium-sized companies on the four Ps. Making sure the organization has the right positions, people, and processes to generate the desired performance of its business and strategic plans.

Al Loveland has spent nearly a decade working with small businesses, non-profits, and entrepreneurs in maximizing the potential of their people and plans. Al worked at a Fortune 500 company and currently serves on three boards and committees.

Connect with Al on LinkedIn.

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With a background in marketing, in various for profit and not for profit companies, Kyle McIntosh wondered, “How can I pair the passion and commitment to community progress of a non-profit with the sustainability and reach of a for profit company?” From this question and perspective a mission evolved to tear down the false distinction between the two sectors and to promote companies with Conscious Capitalism® business models through MAC6.

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As a Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst, she uses her knowledge to facilitate culture-focused leadership programs with organizations of all sizes to integrate the company’s values and create higher-performing teams.

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