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In today’s competitive workplace most everyone can benefit from smart career strategies. In this podcast, I’ll help you get more out of your career and help you achieve dramatic breakthroughs at work. I’ll share strategies to help you find the right job fit, stand out, get hired, promoted and much much more. If you have a growth mindset, “Breakthroughs” will help your career soar.
 
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In this episode I interview Emmy award winning speaker, Clint Pulver-(AKA the undercover millennial) – shares insights he gleaned from thousands of undercover interviews with employees across the country, revealing the best method for identifying talent, building a sense of ownership, and developing a successful workplace culture that employees wil…
 
I’m excited to have Mallory Weggemann as my guest on “Breakthroughs”... She joined Delta’s CEO, Ed Bastian, to deliver an incredibly inspiring Townhall about representation & inclusion via a closed circuit stream to Delta's 75,000 employees. Bastian is one of Mallory’s biggest corporate sponsors as well as a huge supporter of inclusion and represen…
 
My guest is Katherine Brooks, EdD, the co-author of “What Color Is Your Parachute? 2022: Your Guide to a Lifetime of Meaningful Work & Career Success”With timeless advice, up-to-the-minute insights, and more than ten million copies sold over fifty years, the world’s most popular and best-selling career guide is fully revised and expanded for 2021 a…
 
Rich Diviney is a retired Navy SEAL commander and author of “The Attributes: 25 Hidden Drivers of Optimal Performance “. In a career spanning more than twenty years, he completed more than thirteen overseas deployments—eleven of which were to Iraq and Afghanistan. As the officer in charge of training for a specialized command, Diviney spearheaded t…
 
I’m delighted to have Adam Bryant on Breakthroughs today to discuss some key insights from his new book, “The CEO Test: Master the Challenges that Make or Break All Leaders” .ADAM BRYANT is managing director of Merryck & Co., a leadership development and senior executive mentoring firm. Prior to this role, he was a journalist for 30 years, includin…
 
In today’s fragile, competitive workplace most everyone could benefit from smart career strategies: In my new podcast, Breakthroughs, I’ll help you get more out of your career and help you achieve dramatic breakthroughs at work. I’ll share strategies to help you; find the right job fit and give you tips to stand out, get hired and get promoted. I’l…
 
3 Communication Tools for building effective teams:Conversational competence is an important but overlooked skill that can make or break your career. Because so much of our conversation is impersonal and filtered through our many technological devices, it’s not surprising that many of us have lost several aspects in the art of interpersonal communi…
 
This episode is a three-part series. The first segment I’ll share some shocking examples of companies & leaders who failed to cultivate a motivated, innovative team & the heavy cost they paid for it. Segments 2&3 will provide specific strategies to avoid these costly mistakes and benefit from cultivating a motivated, innovative team.--- This episod…
 
In this segment I’ll share 2 strategies that great leaders have used to cultivate a motivated, innovative team that increases employee engagement &boosts their company’s productivity and bottom line. I’ll give you examples of companies that successfully implemented these strategies and the research to back why these approaches are effective, quotin…
 
In this segment I share two strategies to cultivate a motivated, innovative team. We discussed the value of experimentation, exploration and play where the focus is more on coming up with fresh ideas and testing them then on maintaining the status quo. I provide examples of companies that are afforded talented team members to devote time to side pr…
 
In this episode I discuss two distinctive types of leadership; power and influence. These two styles are often considered synonymous, as if you have one, it’s assumed you probably have the other. But a closer look at these two forms of leader ship shows they work and wildly different ways. One can spread your influence and the other can lead to you…
 
In this episode we’ll explore what it takes to become an “influencer” leader, the type of leaders who attracts great people to her cause & inspires them to support their vision. We’ll take a close look at the make up of these leaders and then I’ll share a stellar example of person who exemplifies all aspects of this high character leadership style.…
 
In this episode we’ll discuss how to inspire loyalty from employees during difficult times? To quote Simon Sinek, one of the most widely esteemed leadership experts, “the world is filled with danger, things that are trying to frustrate our lives or reduce our success or reduce our opportunities for success… It could be the stock market economy, the…
 
In this episode I’ll share how two dedicated restaurant tours turn the one small business, Zingerman’s deli, into a deli empire. Owners Paul Saginaw and Ari Weinsweig have a cult like following for over 25 years. Their creative/compassionate management style makes Zingerman’s an irresistible place to work. You’ll hear how the owners scaled wisely w…
 
In this episode will explore how high character leaders prioritize caring for employees during this pandemic and in doing so lay the groundwork for cultivating their loyalty once the storm subsides. I’ll share four examples of companies who practice their values by putting their employees first. These organizations serve as models for all companies…
 
Since the onset of COVID-19,people are more anxious than ever about their current employment situation. For those who are fortunate to have jobs, they want to keep them. They’re less likely to open up & share ideas that could help their firm for fear speaking up could peg them as complainers. In this episode I interview leadership experts, Karin Hu…
 
Many people have great ideas but let’s face it, few bring them to the masses. The truth is that ideas only reach the masses when influencers help spread them and when they’re properly presented. In this episode I give you six strategies to help you spread your idea and become more persuasive with your audience. I share multiple examples of people w…
 
In this episode I share Why storytelling inspires people and moves them to take action. I share many specific examples of people who achieved remarkable success and who attribute a great part of their success to having mastered the art of storytelling; Entrepreneur Richard Branson, Pastor Joel Osteen, Warren Buffett, Barbara Corcoran, Amy Cuddy, Ho…
 
In this podcast we’ll discuss Simon Sinek’s recently released book, “The infinite game” with Simon’s right hand man, fellow igniter and head of brand experience at Simon Sinick Inc., Stephen Shedletzky. Stephen is personally trained by Simon and stands shoulder to shoulder with him to share his message. Stephen guides leaders and organizations arou…
 
In this episode I interview Bob Chapman, CEO of St. Louis based, Barry-Wehmiller, a $3 billion global, capital equipment business with more than 12,000 plus employees. Bob is committed to building a better world through business.When the financial crisis hit in 2008, Bob Chapman was faced with an impossible choice: layoff thousands of his workers, …
 
Margaret Heffernan is an entrepreneur, CEO, author & keynote speaker. She’s the former chief executive officer of five businesses, is the author of five books that explore business and effective leadership; “Willful Blindness: Why we ignore the obvious in our peril”, “A Bigger Prize: Why competition isn’t everything and how we do better”, “Beyond M…
 
In this episode I have the pleasure of interviewing Nir Bashan.Nir Bashan is the founder and CEO of The Creator Mindset LLC, where he teaches business leaders around the world, how to harness the power of creativity to improve profitability, increase sales, and make work more meaningful. His clients include AT&T, Microsoft, Ace Hardware, The NFL Ne…
 
With most of the population still working from home, there’s a gap in many companies’ ability to provide a sense of community, mentorship and support for their employees. It’s hard for employers to gauge how their people are adjusting and assess what could be impeding their innovation, morale and productivity? Just a few weeks ago, Netflix CEO read…
 
In this episode you’ll learn how infusing gratitude in your daily practice could transform your personal and professional life. My guest, Kerry Wekelo, MBA, is the COO at Actualize consulting a financial services firm. Her book and program, “Culture Infusion: Nine principles for creating and maintaining a thriving organizational culture” and her la…
 
In this episode, Dr. Candace Steele Flippin, A multi-generational workplace scholar, discusses her research, insights, and strategies regarding accelerating women’s leadership development, Gen X, Gen Z, and millennials. Dr. Candace, for short, was recently Chief Communications Officer at First Horizon National Corporation. She was a member of the e…
 
In this podcast I interview Google’s Alana Karen, a 20 year tech leader who brilliantly and systematically replaces what we think we know about women in tech with more than 80 women’s stories of what it’s honestly like to join, lead, leave and thrive in today’s top technology companies. Alana answers questions like what’s it actually like for women…
 
In this episode I interview Scott Pryor, a famed trial lawyer, former US marine, shares how his independent film, Tulsa, became an unlikely Hollywood success story by reaching number three all-time box office for self distributed movies, despite the pandemic’s effect on Hollywood and movie theaters. Not only the star, writer, director, and producer…
 
In this episode, I’m happy to have Chris Tucker as my guest. Chris is known as a baker to stars and one of TV’s favorite bakers from ABC’s “The Great American Baking Show”. Chris has been described as a southern baker with a French twist who started learning baking techniques and secrets as a young child from his grandmother. Amazingly, before baki…
 
In this episode I interview Paul Axtell, Leadership consultant & author of, “Make virtual meetings matter: how to turn virtual meetings from status updates to remarkable conversations”. Paul gives practical, actionable advice on how to turn mind numbing meetings into thoughtful, respectful and focused conversations that lead to fruitful, high impac…
 
In this episode I interviewed Andrew Scivally, the CEO of e-learning brothers, a business that became wildly successful and continues to grow, despite the Pandemic. Andrew has 20 years of experience in the learning technology space, including all aspects of course design and development, as well as leading Learning and Development teams for financi…
 
In this episode I’m thrilled to welcome two pre-eminent experts on cyber- security and misinformation on social networks, and AI, Pablo Breuer and David Perlman. They discuss how misinformation, disinformation and fake news threatens businesses not just government. Both Pablo and David share why Companies need to be prepared for cyber warfare and i…
 
In this episode I’m delighted to have Kara Goldin as my guest. Kara is a disruptor, builder, thoughtleader, and successful entrepreneur. She is the founder and CEO of Hint, Inc., best known for its award winning Hint water, an unsweetened flavored water. Kara has been named one of InStyle’s Badass 50, Fast Company’s most creative people in business…
 
In this episode we’ll learn from Professor Edward Hess, about how to become our best selves. Hess discusses ideas from his new book, “Hyper-Learning” and shares fresh insights into how to learn, behave, and thrive in an era of unprecedented digital challenge and change. His ideas are psychologically astute, refreshingly pragmatic, and designed to h…
 
I’m pleased to have as my guestJason Rahlan, the Director of Social Impact and Philanthropy at Chobani. In this role, he oversees philanthropic investments and grants for the company. Jason manages the organization’s nonprofit and public sector partnerships on issue- and policy-related initiatives, advocacy campaigns, and natural disaster response …
 
In this episode I interview Amy Edmonson about psychological safety in the workplace, why it matters and how to build it. Amy C. Edmondson is the Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at the Harvard Business School. She teaches and writes on leadership, teams and organizational learning, and is the author of more than 70 academic articles…
 
In this episode, you’ll hear great stories and hard earned career advice from Chef Nick Liberato who has appeared on Bravo's "Top Chef Masters" and Spike TV's "Bar Rescue," is a world-renowned experienced restaurateur, business mastermind, and chef to the stars with over 28 years of culinary experience. He currently stars on one of my favorite show…
 
In this episode I highlight the importance of holiday gift giving and why some gifts have a greater impact than others. When it’s time to celebrate your employees or business partners, it’s easy to grab a stack of gift cards. After all, they allow recipients to pick out their own gifts. But how memorable is a gift card? When the holidays roll aroun…
 
In this episode I interview Jeff Gothelf on his newest book, “Forever Employable: How to Stop Looking for Work & Let Your Next Job Find You”. Jeff reveals some of his best tips, tricks and strategies that enabled him to become forever employable with the hope that these same tactics could help you reach this goal. About Jeff: He helps organizations…
 
Pattie Sellers is an award winning writer, interviewer, multi-media journalist and an expert on leadership here to talk about leadership, impact, and the art of telling a great story. Pattie co founded & chaired the “Most Powerful Women Summit”, and helped build it to become Fortune Magazines’s largest and most valuable franchise. Pattie left her p…
 
Breakout "Orange is the New Black" star and SAG Award winner Brad William Henke makes a statement in the star-packed limited series adaptation of Stephen King's iconic 1978 novel, THE STAND, which premiered on CBS All Access .Henke plays Tom Cullen opposite Whoopi Goldberg, James Marsden, Amber Heard and Alexander Skarsgård.Henke is an accomplished…
 
Ethan Kross Ph.D. is one of the world’s leading experts on controlling the conscious mind. As an award-winning professor in the University of Michigan’s top-ranked Psychology Department and Ross School of Business, Ethan utilizes and implements his research on how the conversations people have with themselves impacts their health, performance, deci…
 
In this episode, I report from the market in Santiago de Compostela, Spain during my reporting on the Camino de Santiago. I reflect on my time on the Camino, talk about my blisters and share some of the footage I shot from the Camino and from the market. Follow us on the site or Subscribe via iTunes and get each episode automatically as it becomes …
 
Can you believe it’s already 2011? Time to dust off those resolutions and think about how you’re going to fulfill them. We have a few ideas. Watch and see. Follow us on the site or Subscribe via iTunes and get each episode automatically as it becomes available. If you like this post, sign up for our newsletter or subscribe to our RSS feed to keep u…
 
In this episode, I hang out with Ruben, one of the Spanish professors from our episode ¨Learning Spanish in Madrid.¨ He’s also a part-time musician. And, after his night class on Spanish music, he performed his song, ¨Si las heridas sangraran flores¨or ¨If the wounds bled flowers.¨ We also mixed in some of our footage from Madrid. Follow us on the …
 
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