top of page

Un F***ing Common Logic for creating high performing team culture with Donna Lagow

In the dynamic world of digital marketing, where innovation and precision are key, (un)Common Logic stands out as a beacon of excellence. At the heart of this success story is Donna, the Director of Client Operations, who embodies the company's commitment to relentless optimization, meticulous strategies, and authentic customer service.

Donna's journey to her current role is nothing short of remarkable. With a background that spans managing national broadcast media buys for multi-million dollar clients, lobbying efforts, and overseeing government appropriations funding, she brings a diverse set of skills to the table. This unique blend of experiences has given Donna an unparalleled perspective on effective communication, strategic planning, and leadership.Donna is Director of Client Operations at (un)Common Logic. (un)Common Logic’s digital marketing experts are relentless in their pursuit of optimization, meticulous in their approach, and authentic in their customer service.

Donna's background includes managing national broadcast media buys for multi-million dollar clients, lobbying, and overseeing government appropriations funding. Donna has been a featured speaker at Digital Summit Portland, Hero Conf in Philadelphia, STAT Crawl in Vancouver, and Healthcare Internet Conference in Austin.

Donna's conversation with Ken and Russell covers building high performance culture, inclusive leadership and of course navigating some difficult workplace conversations.


Contact Donna Lagow:

  • LinkedIn: Donna Lagow


We hope you enjoy the podcast. Remember to subscribe via Apple podcasts or Spotify, share the link with your friends and colleagues and you can always reach out to as at the following email address

Hope you enjoy listening to Episode 73.

About the Podcast: Do you want to f***ing improve individual and team performance in your workplace? Do you think mediocrity f***ing sucks and you shouldn't have to put up with it? Do you aim to be more than a good boss and aspire to be a great leader? Then join Ken and Russell for thoughtful and at times f***ing irreverent conversation on the topics of leadership and organizational culture.

Sometimes difficult conversations suck, but you need to have them. Sometimes you may even need to have them with yourself. On this podcast we have thought provoking conversations with business leaders from across North America and discuss ideas that can help you be an even better leader and not simply a ‘boss’.

Co-hosts Ken Cameron and Russell Stratton literally wrote the book on navigating difficult workplace conversations. We are authors of the 5 star Amazon book ‘I Need To F***ing Talk To You’, the result of more than three decades of in-the-field consulting This groundbreaking book is the basis for our training programs and podcast and continues to f***ing positively shape how managers in organizations address performance, behavioural and attendance issues in the workplace.

If you enjoyed the podcast, why not check out my new book, written with Ken Cameron.

You can now order copies of our book here.

"Sometimes conversations suck, but you need to have them, and this book lays out how. Russell and Ken have put together and road-tested simple, up-front, and thoughtful approaches to awkward and difficult workplace conversations."

Andrew Phung, CBC's Kim's Convenience

Ready for the next step in your difficult conversations? You can buy the book on Amazon now.

I Need To F***ing Talk To You! | The Art of Navigating Difficult Workplace Conversations - Amazon | Owl's Nest Books | Shelf Life Books

5 views0 comments


bottom of page