Intrapreneurship and How to Progress in Toxic Cultures, With Luis Baez

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on December 7, 2023

The concept of intrapreneurship isn’t new, but it can be intimidating to someone who has not experienced an unconventional work culture. Not everyone has experienced the agency to be self-accountable and make decisions in a business.

To alleviate the sense of being thrown off the deep end of the pool, it’s important to establish what it takes to be a successful intrapreneur.

Luis Baez discusses the concept of being an “intrapreneur” – an entrepreneur within a large corporation and emphasizes the importance of having an entrepreneurial mindset even when working in a large organization.

Tune in to hear Luis’ thoughts on:

  • What is an intrapreneur?
  • Why – and how – are you an intrapreneur?
  • What makes someone a good manager? Why is that so important?
  •  How does sales look different now as opposed to 5 years ago? 10?
  • And much, much more!

About This Guest: ()

Luis Báez is a Revenue Enablement Strategist + Sales Coach dedicated to serving executives and sales leaders at businesses. In 2017, after years of working in some of the biggest Silicon Valley startups (think LinkedIn, Google, Uber, Tesla, and more), Luis began to teach impassioned business owners how to scale their revenues and impact by creating and selling high-end offers. During that time, he was also invited to speak about leadership and personal branding at business schools across the country including Stanford, UC Berkeley and Bard. Today Luis is the Global Director of Revenue Enablement at Deputy (a SaaS Workforce Management Product Company,) not to mention a published author through the internationally-recognized Madecraft organization, which includes an incredibly popular LinkedIn Learning course on personalized sales that has been taken by over 15K people to date.