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Moments in Leadership
1stSgt Shamus Flynn, USMC – From Motor T Mechanic to MARSOC – What Emerging Leaders Need to Know About Setting the Example, Admin, and Awards

Moments in Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 142:12


1stSgt Shamus Flynn is currently the Inspector Instructor First Sergeant for Weapons Company 1st Bn 23rd Marines in Austin, Texas. Flynn is a prolific user of Social Media and has a considerable following on Instagram, where he shares not only his knowledge but the knowledge of others. What strikes me about him is that he is an early adopter of social media as a leadership tool, and he refuses to cede the space to others who wish to fill it with negativity and misinformation… something the enlisted side of the house, as a whole, is grasping much more quickly than the officers. 1stSgt Flynn understands that we have to meet the people we lead where they are, and right now, that's on social media.   This episode is filled with great "Moments in Leadership" with everything from preparing to go to combat to actual performance in battle. We discuss the influential leaders and the impact of losing senior leadership to combat operations. This episode is extremely valuable to all the leaders in the enabling MOS's because he shares what it takes to perform and what you can expect from combat operations as an enabler.        Thank you for supporting the project (below) Please consider supporting this project on Supercast: https://mil.supercast.com Want to support the project AND look cool at the gym or when you take your blouse off for a working party? Grab a cool tee shirt here from Mission Essential Gear, where every order supports this project AND donates back to Patrol Base Abbate http://bit.ly/3VyekAv Relevant Resources & Other Mentioned Episodes: Moments In Leadership Supercast: https://bit.ly/3C8g7Ua  Listen to Ep 13: SgtMaj Don Reynolds, USMC - Officer and Staff NCO Relationships: The Good, the Bad, the Right, and the Wrong https://bit.ly/39PZXoq Listen to Ep 17: Major Tom Schueman, USMC - "No One Wants to Drink Tea With Me" - Leading in Combat, the Philosophy of Command, and New Book 'Always Faithful' https://bit.ly/3UqkjGd Listen to Ep 16: LtGen David Furness, USMC - Navigating the Decline in Marine Discipline, Increasing Marine Corps Retention, the "Basic Daily Routine" and Post-Traumatic Winning https://bit.ly/3cibePj Listen to Ep 18: Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Troy Black - How to Perform at Every Rank, Why Courage Can Be Seen More in Peacetime Than in Combat, and How Listening Is a Powerful Leadership Skill  https://bit.ly/3t2zHxe Listen to Ep 19: MajGen Dale Alford - Advice and Insights From a 37-Year-Long Career in the Marine Corps-A Follow-up to Ep 14 https://bit.ly/3U5zjdq  What is Moments in Leadership?Moments in Leadership is a podcast where you will hear firsthand about the careers of senior military leaders as they share their unique and individual experiences. Moments in Leadership will immerse you in real-life stories where you will learn about the challenging situations these accomplished leaders faced and discover the lessons they learned early in their careers that were the most influential in developing their overall leadership style.  Conceptualized by a group of friends who served together as young officers in the early to mid-1990s sitting around a firepit telling funny leadership stories, Moments in Leadership is designed to provide some relatable context to the formal leadership training leaders of all ranks and services receive throughout their military careers through the power of storytelling. Why Should You Support this project? I realize all of the leaders who listen to the episodes are at different levels of life, and my goal is to be able to have this project remain free and available to anyone who wants it and your donations help go towards that. Your donations go towards offsetting my costs of producing high-quality episodes. Additionally, since this is a part-time hobby project for me, I'm forced to outsource a good deal of work to others to maintain a regular publishing schedule. Your donations help offset these costs as well.  Check out my Supercast site and see if any level is a good fit for helping: https://bit.ly/3C8g7Ua  Connect with Us:Visit our website: https://bit.ly/3SA2XHe Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3eO4kTi Follow us on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3L5Ogs0 Email us: themiloffice@gmail.com Other Podcasts Interviews with David B. ArmstrongScuttlebutt Podcast EP 38: https://apple.co/3py1WlyFormer Action Guys Podcast EP 161: https://apple.co/3d1GVN0Former Action Guys Podcast EP 141 https://apple.co/3Ppz4GUFormer Action Guys Podcast EP 60 https://apple.co/3Pi128cFormer Action Guys Podcast EP 54 https://apple.co/3Pi128c About the Host:David B. Armstrong, CFA, is President and Co-Founder of Monument Wealth Management, an independent wealth management firm he started in 2008 in Alexandria, Va. David received his B.A. from the University of South Carolina in Government & International Relations and his MBA at the University of South Carolina's Moore School of Business in International Finance. He was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant through the Navy ROTC program and served on Active Duty in the Marine Corps from 1990-1997 as an Artillery Officer and then received a secondary MOS as a Tank Officer. He re-entered the Selected Marine Corps Reserves in 2003 and served in several billets across the Artillery, Tank, and Light Armored Reconnaissance communities. He retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in late 2018.

Case Interview Preparation & Management Consulting | Strategy | Critical Thinking
530: Integrating Emerging Leaders With Purpose and Authenticity (with Bill George)

Case Interview Preparation & Management Consulting | Strategy | Critical Thinking

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 56:17


Welcome to an episode with Bill George, former chairman and CEO of Medtronic and currently a professor at Harvard Business School. He has written two of the most enduring leadership classics of all time: Authentic Leadership and True North. Now, Bill has written a new book aimed at the next generation of leaders, the Emerging Leaders Edition of True North, coauthored with millennial entrepreneur Zach Clayton. Get Bill's new book here. This book is a clarion call to emerging leaders to step up to lead their organizations with their hearts, not just their heads, as authentic leaders who lead with purpose by inspiring and coaching their teammates. It heralds the end of the baby boomer era of Jack Welch, when too many leaders focused on maximizing shareholder value and taking shortcuts rather than building sustainable enterprises to serve all of their stakeholders. Our best hope for a better world is to empower the next generation of emerging leaders – not just those on top – to follow their True North to make this world better for everyone. The stories in this book, which came from 220 interviews with exceptional leaders, illustrate that most authentic leaders first discovered their True North through their life stories and crucibles, developed self-awareness, and then found their North Star – the purpose of their leadership. Wisdom learned from leaders like Satya Nadella, Mary Barra, Ken Frazier, Indra Nooyi, Ursula Burns, and Hubert Joly will guide emerging leaders at all levels in their development. Bill joined Medtronic in 1989 as president and chief operating officer, was chief executive officer from 1991-2001, and board chair from 1996-2002. He is currently a senior fellow at Harvard Business School, where he has taught leadership since 2004. He is the author of Discover Your True North and The Discover Your True North Field Book, Authentic Leadership, Seven Lessons for Leading in Crisis, Finding Your True North, and True North Groups. He has served on the boards of Goldman Sachs, ExxonMobil, Novartis, Target, and Mayo Clinic.  He received his BSIE with high honors from Georgia Tech, his MBA with high distinction from Harvard University, where he was a Baker Scholar, and honorary PhDs from Georgia Tech, Mayo Medical School, University of St. Thomas, Augsburg College, and Bryant University.  True North: Leading Authentically in Today's Workplace, Emerging Leader Edition. Bill George & Zach Clayton. Enjoying our podcast? Get access to sample advanced training episodes here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo

Pulse of the Region
Emerging Leaders Society Case Competition

Pulse of the Region

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 29:32


The Authentic Leader Show
111: Double Dog Dare For Emerging Leaders

The Authentic Leader Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 13:47


The Two Ds for Emerging Leaders of High-Performing Teams Emerging Leaders know that they need to assign work, but many times don't have a framework for doing so. Emerging Leaders are both frustrated and surprised that managing their team isn't as easy as they thought it would be. Until they uncover key principles, starter strategies and systems, and tools, these leaders continue to struggle to lead their teams to high performance. Today I'm sharing the connection between some of the key disciplines of Authentic Leaders with how they are applied to effective delegation. In this episode I share: * How having a team direction can be an effective tool when delegating work. * How managers can strategically increase decision-making in their team. * How intentional communication helps to hold your team accountable for their work without conflict. * How feedback needs to be delivered so that the person receiving the feedback can both receive it and take action.

Day Zero
Driving Meaningful, Measurable Outcomes

Day Zero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 21:35


Meet Stephen Beeson, M.D.:Stephen Beeson, M.D. is founder and CEO of Practicing Excellence. He is a nationally recognized speaker, physician, and author whose life mission is to coach and develop clinicians to be their best. Dr. Beeson started his career as a family medicine physician with the Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group in San Diego. During his career, Dr. Beeson was tasked to coach, develop, and engage clinicians to help improve both the clinician and patient experience. Dr. Beeson received a bachelor's in Biochemistry and an M.D. from University of California, San Diego.  Key Insights:Stephen Beeson, M.D. is transforming the healthcare experience for patients and providers. Practicing Excellence. Practicing Excellence is a mobile tool that teaches clinicians healthcare skills that improve patient outcomes and experience, as well as the clinician's experience.Digital Solution. Clinicians are busy, so the skill training only takes 5-minutes per week. It is designed to be scalable, so everyone in a health system can participate. And the solution maps onto organizational priorities, collaborating with the broader mission of health systems.Founder's Journey. While building the company Dr. Beeson experienced sleepless nights, nerve-wracking debt, and tempting acquisitions. What kept him focused was remembering his own experience as a physician, and the virtue behind the mission.This episode is hosted by Tarun Kapoor, M.D. He is a member of the Advisory Council for Day Zero and is Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Transformation Officer at Virtua Health. Relevant Links:

Chat with Leaders Podcast
Social Utility: More Than Good for Goodness Sake (Part 2)

Chat with Leaders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 29:29


Sterling Johnson currently serves as Director for the Partnership for Southern Equity's (PSE) Just OpportunityPortfolio, where he oversees administration of PSE's economic justice programs, including regranting, small business support, and workforce development initiatives. Prior to joining the PSE, he spent nearly 4 years providing consulting and project management services to over 40 state and local governments, including former mayor of Atlanta, Keisha Lance Bottoms' (through her Commission on Workforce and Economic Development.) In this second of a two part interview, Nathan Stuck sits down with Sterling to discuss the value of social utility and social contract, what he wishes everyone understood about the Partnership for Southern Equity, how his lived experiences fuel his personal purpose, and challenges he encountered entering the field of public policy and community economic development.   About Sterling Johnson Sterling currently serves as Director for the Partnership for Southern Equity's (PSE) Just Opportunity Portfolio, where he oversees administration of PSE's economic justice programs, including regranting, small business support and workforce development initiatives. Sterling also provides subject matter expertise as a facilitator and consultant for other PSE clients. Prior to joining PSE, he spent nearly 4 years with Atlanta based law firm Griffin & Strong, P.C. as Director of Public Policy, providing consulting and project management services to over 40 state and local governments, non-profit organizations, and private businesses nationwide. His specialty areas include community economic development, government contracting and supplier diversity, workforce development, and inclusive economic ecosystems. Sterling also project managed more than 15 procurement disparity studies, managed supplier diversity programs on major public-private development projects, including Atlanta's State Farm Arena, and served as project manager for Living Cities' City Accelerator 4 and 6, which explored procurement inclusion as a tool for economic inclusion. He also has provided policy guidance to several mayoral administrations, including former mayor of Atlanta, Keisha Lance Bottoms' (through her Commission on Workforce and Economic Development), Birmingham (AL) Mayor Randall Woodfin, and Mayor David Briley of Nashville (TN), among others. He also consulted with the Shelby County government on passage of its 2022 Minority and Women Business program ordinance. Sterling obtained his master's degree in Public Administration with a concentration in Planning and Economic Development from the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University and holds an undergraduate degree in Sociology from Furman University, where he was a Bill and Melinda Gates Millennium scholar, football letterman, and participated in Track and Field. In 2022, Sterling was also inducted into the Outstanding Atlanta class of 2022 and recognized as an Emerging Leader through the Bank of America Neighborhood Builders Program. He remains active in the Atlanta community as a graduate of the United Way VIP program, a board member with the South DeKalb Tribe, Board member and co-chair of the Diversity Committee for the Museum School, and as a member of the Clark Atlanta School of Public Administration advisory board.   RESOURCES RELATED TO THIS EPISODE [Book] In Search for Our Mothers' Gardens [Book] Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? (King Legacy) Justice 40 Accelerator The Great Retention Podcast  Partnership for Southern Equity Mareatlas.org   CREDITS Theme Music

B The Change Georgia with Nathan Stuck
Social Utility: More Than Good for Goodness Sake (Part 2)

B The Change Georgia with Nathan Stuck

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 29:29


Sterling Johnson currently serves as Director for the Partnership for Southern Equity's (PSE) Just OpportunityPortfolio, where he oversees administration of PSE's economic justice programs, including regranting, small business support, and workforce development initiatives. Prior to joining the PSE, he spent nearly 4 years providing consulting and project management services to over 40 state and local governments, including former mayor of Atlanta, Keisha Lance Bottoms' (through her Commission on Workforce and Economic Development.) In this second of a two part interview, Nathan Stuck sits down with Sterling to discuss the value of social utility and social contract, what he wishes everyone understood about the Partnership for Southern Equity, how his lived experiences fuel his personal purpose, and challenges he encountered entering the field of public policy and community economic development.   About Sterling Johnson Sterling currently serves as Director for the Partnership for Southern Equity's (PSE) Just Opportunity Portfolio, where he oversees administration of PSE's economic justice programs, including regranting, small business support and workforce development initiatives. Sterling also provides subject matter expertise as a facilitator and consultant for other PSE clients. Prior to joining PSE, he spent nearly 4 years with Atlanta based law firm Griffin & Strong, P.C. as Director of Public Policy, providing consulting and project management services to over 40 state and local governments, non-profit organizations, and private businesses nationwide. His specialty areas include community economic development, government contracting and supplier diversity, workforce development, and inclusive economic ecosystems. Sterling also project managed more than 15 procurement disparity studies, managed supplier diversity programs on major public-private development projects, including Atlanta's State Farm Arena, and served as project manager for Living Cities' City Accelerator 4 and 6, which explored procurement inclusion as a tool for economic inclusion. He also has provided policy guidance to several mayoral administrations, including former mayor of Atlanta, Keisha Lance Bottoms' (through her Commission on Workforce and Economic Development), Birmingham (AL) Mayor Randall Woodfin, and Mayor David Briley of Nashville (TN), among others. He also consulted with the Shelby County government on passage of its 2022 Minority and Women Business program ordinance. Sterling obtained his master's degree in Public Administration with a concentration in Planning and Economic Development from the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University and holds an undergraduate degree in Sociology from Furman University, where he was a Bill and Melinda Gates Millennium scholar, football letterman, and participated in Track and Field. In 2022, Sterling was also inducted into the Outstanding Atlanta class of 2022 and recognized as an Emerging Leader through the Bank of America Neighborhood Builders Program. He remains active in the Atlanta community as a graduate of the United Way VIP program, a board member with the South DeKalb Tribe, Board member and co-chair of the Diversity Committee for the Museum School, and as a member of the Clark Atlanta School of Public Administration advisory board.   RESOURCES RELATED TO THIS EPISODE [Book] In Search for Our Mothers' Gardens [Book] Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? (King Legacy) Justice 40 Accelerator The Great Retention Podcast  Partnership for Southern Equity Mareatlas.org   CREDITS Theme Music

Day Zero
Mental Health: Innovating Care

Day Zero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 6:55


Meet the Guests:Dana Udall, Ph.D. is the Chief Clinical Officer at Ginger and Headspace Health. Alison Darcy, Ph.D. is the President and Founder of Woebot Health. Virna Little, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist and the co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Concert Health. Key Insights:This episode explores how different companies are innovating mental healthcare.  Personalized Care. It is important that mental health resources reflect the backgrounds and identities of the patients, especially for vulnerable or underrepresented groups. Dr. Udall points out that there is no “one size fits all” for treatment.Mental Health Ally. Woebot is an AI that doesn't replace therapy, rather its complimentary. Dr. Darcy shares that it helps encourage self-directed mental health care and enables patients to better engage in the practices they learn during therapy sessions.Collaborative Care. Dr. Little describes how collaborative care gives patients the flexibility to choose their treatment path. It leverages the trust and relationship patients build with their primary care physician and compliments it with a team of specialists.This episode is part two of a special two-part series on mental health. Check out part one on Her Story! Relevant Links:Check out Dr. Udall's full interviewCheck out Dr. Darcy's full interviewCheck out Dr. Littles full interview

Learned Opportunity Podcast
Tyler Lingle: The Emerging Leader Series

Learned Opportunity Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 29:48


Tyler Lingle has felt like he doesn't fit into the usual crowd. It wasn't until college that he found the confidence to pursue his audacious goals and to be ok being the ambitious person in the room. I know that I have felt guilty pursuing my dreams. Being an emerging leader with ambition can feel lonely. So it is encouraging to hear from other emerging leaders like Tyler on a similar journey. Tyler has gone from an urban educator to a real estate professional in the last year. Some of the things that have helped him gain the confidence he needs to pursue his dreams include: 1. Mentorship Tyler has 5-6 people that he considers mentors. These folks have helped Tyler go from focusing on 15 years down the road to believing that doing the small things today will help him “make it happen.” 2. Clarification Tyler got distracted and tried to be good at too many things at once. He knows the right opportunities will come if he focuses on being the best at one or two things. Tyler says,” people need your consistency more than your creativity" You will be encouraged by Tyler's story as you gain new opportunities in your journey of emerging leadership. If you are interested in reaching out to hear more from Tyler Lingle, you can find him on Instagram @tyler_lingle or visit his website at tylerlingle.com Find out more about the Learned Opportunity Podcast at danieleccles.com/podcast or you can follow us on Instagram @learnedopportunity or @djeccles For Career Consulting, Public Speaking, or Media Requests, visit DanielEccles.com

Chat with Leaders Podcast
Social Utility: More Than Good For Goodness Sake (Part 1)

Chat with Leaders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 23:53


Sterling Johnson currently serves as Director for the Partnership for Southern Equity's (PSE) Just OpportunityPortfolio, where he oversees administration of PSE's economic justice programs, including regranting, small business support, and workforce development initiatives. Prior to joining the PSE, he spent nearly 4 years providing consulting and project management services to over 40 state and local governments, including former mayor of Atlanta, Keisha Lance Bottoms' (through her Commission on Workforce and Economic Development.) In this first of a two part interview, Nathan Stuck sits down with Sterling to discuss the value of social utility and social contract, what he wishes everyone understood about the Partnership for Southern Equity, how his lived experiences fuel his personal purpose, and challenges he encountered entering the field of public policy and community economic development.   About Sterling Johnson Sterling currently serves as Director for the Partnership for Southern Equity's (PSE) Just Opportunity Portfolio, where he oversees administration of PSE's economic justice programs, including regranting, small business support and workforce development initiatives. Sterling also provides subject matter expertise as a facilitator and consultant for other PSE clients. Prior to joining PSE, he spent nearly 4 years with Atlanta based law firm Griffin & Strong, P.C. as Director of Public Policy, providing consulting and project management services to over 40 state and local governments, non-profit organizations, and private businesses nationwide. His specialty areas include community economic development, government contracting and supplier diversity, workforce development, and inclusive economic ecosystems. Sterling also project managed more than 15 procurement disparity studies, managed supplier diversity programs on major public-private development projects, including Atlanta's State Farm Arena, and served as project manager for Living Cities' City Accelerator 4 and 6, which explored procurement inclusion as a tool for economic inclusion. He also has provided policy guidance to several mayoral administrations, including former mayor of Atlanta, Keisha Lance Bottoms' (through her Commission on Workforce and Economic Development), Birmingham (AL) Mayor Randall Woodfin, and Mayor David Briley of Nashville (TN), among others. He also consulted with the Shelby County government on passage of its 2022 Minority and Women Business program ordinance. Sterling obtained his master's degree in Public Administration with a concentration in Planning and Economic Development from the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University and holds an undergraduate degree in Sociology from Furman University, where he was a Bill and Melinda Gates Millennium scholar, football letterman, and participated in Track and Field. In 2022, Sterling was also inducted into the Outstanding Atlanta class of 2022 and recognized as an Emerging Leader through the Bank of America Neighborhood Builders Program. He remains active in the Atlanta community as a graduate of the United Way VIP program, a board member with the South DeKalb Tribe, Board member and co-chair of the Diversity Committee for the Museum School, and as a member of the Clark Atlanta School of Public Administration advisory board.   RESOURCES RELATED TO THIS EPISODE [Book] In Search for Our Mothers' Gardens [Book] Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? (King Legacy) Justice 40 Accelerator The Great Retention Podcast  Partnership for Southern Equity Mareatlas.org   CREDITS Theme Music

B The Change Georgia with Nathan Stuck
Social Utility: More Than Good For Goodness Sake (Part 1)

B The Change Georgia with Nathan Stuck

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 23:53


Sterling Johnson currently serves as Director for the Partnership for Southern Equity's (PSE) Just OpportunityPortfolio, where he oversees administration of PSE's economic justice programs, including regranting, small business support, and workforce development initiatives. Prior to joining the PSE, he spent nearly 4 years providing consulting and project management services to over 40 state and local governments, including former mayor of Atlanta, Keisha Lance Bottoms' (through her Commission on Workforce and Economic Development.) In this first of a two part interview, Nathan Stuck sits down with Sterling to discuss the value of social utility and social contract, what he wishes everyone understood about the Partnership for Southern Equity, how his lived experiences fuel his personal purpose, and challenges he encountered entering the field of public policy and community economic development.   About Sterling Johnson Sterling currently serves as Director for the Partnership for Southern Equity's (PSE) Just Opportunity Portfolio, where he oversees administration of PSE's economic justice programs, including regranting, small business support and workforce development initiatives. Sterling also provides subject matter expertise as a facilitator and consultant for other PSE clients. Prior to joining PSE, he spent nearly 4 years with Atlanta based law firm Griffin & Strong, P.C. as Director of Public Policy, providing consulting and project management services to over 40 state and local governments, non-profit organizations, and private businesses nationwide. His specialty areas include community economic development, government contracting and supplier diversity, workforce development, and inclusive economic ecosystems. Sterling also project managed more than 15 procurement disparity studies, managed supplier diversity programs on major public-private development projects, including Atlanta's State Farm Arena, and served as project manager for Living Cities' City Accelerator 4 and 6, which explored procurement inclusion as a tool for economic inclusion. He also has provided policy guidance to several mayoral administrations, including former mayor of Atlanta, Keisha Lance Bottoms' (through her Commission on Workforce and Economic Development), Birmingham (AL) Mayor Randall Woodfin, and Mayor David Briley of Nashville (TN), among others. He also consulted with the Shelby County government on passage of its 2022 Minority and Women Business program ordinance. Sterling obtained his master's degree in Public Administration with a concentration in Planning and Economic Development from the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University and holds an undergraduate degree in Sociology from Furman University, where he was a Bill and Melinda Gates Millennium scholar, football letterman, and participated in Track and Field. In 2022, Sterling was also inducted into the Outstanding Atlanta class of 2022 and recognized as an Emerging Leader through the Bank of America Neighborhood Builders Program. He remains active in the Atlanta community as a graduate of the United Way VIP program, a board member with the South DeKalb Tribe, Board member and co-chair of the Diversity Committee for the Museum School, and as a member of the Clark Atlanta School of Public Administration advisory board.   RESOURCES RELATED TO THIS EPISODE [Book] In Search for Our Mothers' Gardens [Book] Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? (King Legacy) Justice 40 Accelerator The Great Retention Podcast  Partnership for Southern Equity Mareatlas.org   CREDITS Theme Music

TD Ameritrade Network
"True North, The Emerging Leader Edition" Out Now!

TD Ameritrade Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 8:05


The next generation can become emerging leaders through leading with EQ, self-awareness, and compassion, says Bill George. He discusses his book, "True North, The Emerging Leader Edition" which is out now. He talks about how Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg's recent behaviors put their own interests ahead of the shareholders. He then goes over the growing need for a new generation of adaptable leaders, as well as lessons in leadership. He also notes how to become a moral leader who can lead through today's challenges. Tune in to find out more about Bill George's book today.

Day Zero
Pongamia: Reimagining Agriculture

Day Zero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 20:44


Meet Naveen Sikka:Naveen Sikka is the founder and CEO of TerViva, a food and agriculture technology company that is building a more sustainable plant protein and vegetable oil supply chain. He is also a member of the Board of Directors for Elemental Excelerator and a Fellow for Unreasonable Impact Americas. Previously, Naveen worked as a management consultant at Gemini Consulting and TPI. He received a bachelor's from Columbia University and an MBA from UC Berkeley.  Key Insights:TerViva is bringing a new crop to the global market: pongamia.  Food as Medicine. TerViva is centered around pongamia, which grow well in poor quality soil and is climate resilient. TerViva is breeding the plant to create a domesticated version that has more consistent crop yields and is creating consumer products from the plant's proteins and oil.Optimism during Recession. Traditional capital from Wall Street will be harder to access for climate tech companies. However, Naveen points to a silver lining. People and companies around the world recognize climate change as an existential threat. Incumbents are willing to invest and partner with startups that make the world more sustainable. Stay Focused.Naveen advises founders to find the intersection of what you believe in from a mission perspective and what the market is interested and able to fund. Don't spread yourself too thin.This episode is hosted by Rishi Sikka, M.D. He is a guest host for Day Zero and is a Venture Partner at Lifeforce Capital and Professor at Brown University School of Public Health. Relevant Links:Learn more about TerVivaRead “Beyond Catastrophe A New Climate Reality Is Coming Into View” from The New York Times Magazine 

Follow The Brand Podcast
Season 6 Episode 7: The People's Executive featuring Stonish Pierce, Chief Operating Officer - Holy Cross Health

Follow The Brand Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 39:48


What do Lloyd Dean, Bernard Tyson, and Gene Woods have in common? First, they all share unique talents and abilities delivered for their organizations in innovative ways as top CEOs.My next guest Stonish Pierce also possesses unique skill sets that connect his mission, vision, and values for innovation through patients, physicians, and employees. His primary brand was crafted through key stretch assignments to make critical administrative decisions that get results that matter. The forethought of utilizing resources innovatively by looking at the data to t gain. Non-traditional operational wins are his hallmark. Pierce says to research what is possible. Through Continuous learning paths in reading industry news and non-industry publications. As problems emerge, you want to leverage your network to solve critical business issues. Get your skills up to date in many areas of healthcare delivery and stay on the pulse of the industry.” Stonish has a people-centered approach and collaborative leadership style in improving healthcare delivery. Pierce is a board-certified healthcare executive with diverse clinical and leadership experiences in acute and ambulatory operations from not-for-profit, public, private, government, academic/teaching, and faith-based hospitals to integrated delivery systems and for-profit physical therapy sectors.Before joining Holy Cross Health, Pierce was System Vice President, Specialty Services for Beaumont Health, Michigan's most extensive health system based on inpatient admissions and net patient revenue. During his tenure there, he recruited more than 150 physicians, co-led the transition of the physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) residency to internal oversight, transitioned the employed hospitalist program to a value-based model, facilitated top decile divisional employee engagement and transitioned more than 700 physicians to telehealth amid COVID-19.Regular speaker for ACHE, Becker's Healthcare, HFMA, World Healthcare Congress, and World Research Group. Industry perspectives have been featured by Modern Healthcare, Becker's, ACHE, Creighton University, and the Positivity Academy and heavily invested in professional development, professionally trained with practical experience applying the Malcolm Baldrige criteria, service as a statewide examiner, and leading system-wide category committees for organizational performance excellence. In 2021, I was named by Modern Healthcare as one of the Top 25 Emerging Leaders (formerly Up and Comers) in Healthcare.A three-time recertified Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, Pierce is also a recipient of ACHE's regional Early Career Healthcare Executive Award and Distinguished Service Awards. He was also recognized by his alma mater, the University of Southern California (USC), with the Price School's 90 Pioneers of 90 Years Award. Pierce earned a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and a Master of Health Administration degree with a graduate certificate in management, all from USC.Let us welcome Stonish Pierce to the Follow The Brand Podcast, Where We are Building a 5 STAR Brand That You Can Follow!

Gapology Radio
EDGE for Emerging Leaders

Gapology Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 19:41


In this week's Gapology Radio podcast, we discuss how “Emerging Leaders”, today's young or inexperienced leaders, can leverage a set of behaviors we call “EDGE” to make their impactful mark on their team, organization, and career as a whole. 

Day Zero
How to Solve the Clinician Shortage

Day Zero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 23:21


Meet Nick Turkal, M.D.:Nick Turkal, M.D. is CEO of the Center for Health Education and Access. He is also a practicing palliative care physician. Dr. Turkal serves on several Boards of Directors including the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine, the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine, and the Crisis Prevention Institute. Previously, he was President and Chief Executive Officer of Aurora Health Care. Dr. Turkal received a bachelor's in Biology and an M.D. from Creighton University. Key Insights:Nick Turkal, M.D. and the Center for Health Education and Access is tackling the provider shortage. Building a Pipeline. The Center for Health Education and Access is creating a pipeline to recruit underrepresented minorities to medical schools to become providers in underserved communities. The center is starting with osteopathic medical schools but envisions expanding to other patient care providers. Focus on Primary. Historically, osteopathic doctors (OD) go into primary care at higher rates than allopathic doctors (MD). Additionally, the medical schools are selecting students that have a higher interest in primary care, and training them in smaller, rural communities with more exposure to primary care. Nursing Burn Out. Nurses today have a greater desire for flexibility, and health systems need to adjust. The trend of nurses joining staffing agencies was accelerated by the pandemic, but already existed due to generational differences.  Relevant Links:Read “The Rise Fund Invests in The Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine and Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine; Launches Center for Health Education and Access”

Bridge the Gap: The Senior Living Podcast
CW 128: Developing Emerging Leaders with Anthony Ormsbee-Hale

Bridge the Gap: The Senior Living Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 15:15 Transcription Available


You and your mentee have met, started to get acquainted, and talked in general terms about what you'll both accomplish during your mentoring partnership. Now what? Where do you go from here and how will you accomplish your goals with the mentee? Anthony Ormsbee-Hale shares activities that are designed to help establish goals, build trust and develop skills. These best practices are a great way to maximize your mentorship program through an effective learning and development approach. Free Resources from Anthony: Predictive Index Behavior Assessment: https://assessment.predictiveindex.com/bo/6qk/BTGPODCAST Professional Development Plan Template:https://bit.ly/3dr0Cyu In the next episode, Anthony shares tips for individuals who are exiting a mentorship program and taking the next steps in their careers. Connect with Anthony on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aoh/ Meet the BTG Contributors.Powered by Peak Senior Living by Functional Pathways.Connect with us on social media:YouTube InstagramFacebookTwitterLinkedInTune in each Wednesday for a new episode of the Contributor Wednesday series! Visit our website for more episodes and information at BTGvoice.com.Produced by Solinity Marketing.

NCSEA On Location
Spotlight on the NCSEA 2022 Emerging Leader Awardee

NCSEA On Location

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 33:55


Each year, On Location features “spotlight” interviews with individuals or program teams who have made significant contributions to the child support program. We come to you today from California, Ohio, and Illinois. In this podcast, Pat O'Donnell of YoungWilliams and Brandi Gallebo of Franklin County Child Support Enforcement Agency co-host a conversation with the NCSEA 2022 Emerging Leader, Alexis Ramirez. Everyone embarks on a varied path to reach their current role and Alexis is no exception. The experiences and knowledge that he has gained in his career to date have enabled him to implement workflow automation tools, making the child support program more approachable for program participants as well as improve information used by the child support program team. He believes that every opinion has value and should be heard and understands sometimes the leader must “break the tie”. Listen to learn more!

Day Zero
Dream Big, Build Fast, Be Brilliant

Day Zero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 20:19


Meet Ali Parsa, Ph.D.:Ali Parsa, Ph.D. is a British-Iranian healthcare entrepreneur and engineer. He is the founder and CEO of Babylon Health. He is also a UK Cabinet Office Ambassador for Mutuals. Previously, he was co-founder and CEO of Circle Health. Dr. Parsa was recognized by The Health Service Journal as one of ‘the 50 most influential people in UK healthcare' and he was featured in the Maserati 100. Dr. Parsa received a Ph.D. in Engineering Physics from University College London.  Key Insights:Ali Parsa shares an optimistic, but still practical vision of entrepreneurship.  Not Healthcare. The incentives in healthcare are fundamentally broken. What we call healthcare is really “sick care,” because we wait until patients are having health emergencies to intervene. Babylon Health aims to prevent health emergencies by utilizing data, AI, and monitoring to catch problems before they get worse.Desirable Difficultly. Dr. Parsa arrived in the UK as a refugee at 16 without his family. He built his life and career from scratch. However, he views these difficulties as giving him strength. He has the experience to deal with adverse situations.Advice for Founders. Dr. Parsa encourages founders to dream big, build fast, and be brilliant. Anything that matters takes a lot of effort, so you might as well do something big. He also asks that we work to create an ecosystem that allows for others to dream big as well. This episode is hosted by Rishi Sikka, M.D. He is a guest host for Day Zero and is a Venture Partner at Lifeforce Capital and Professor at Brown University School of Public Health. Relevant Links:Learn more about Dr. ParsaLearn more about Babylon Health

Being Indispensable
Speaking Tips That Raise Your Visibility: Interview With Jeanette Botha

Being Indispensable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 58:07


Episode 163 is my interview with Jeanette Botha. Jeanette is an experienced business leader and currently VP of Sales Development for a multi-national based in Bonn, Germany.  Her main responsibility is leading all Sales initiatives, programs and initiatives with the 40 EU countries to deliver their revenue targets.  Jeanette is also an ICF (International Coaching Federation) accredited coach with a specific focus on empowering professionals with the presentation skills to ensure they are visible in their organisation. Jeanette says: "Your work doesn't have vocal cords, my friend. It can't speak for itself." In this wide-ranging interview we cover: - Navigating career spider frame, moving from South Africa to Germany.  - How in her experience, “the next best step is not always up” - Shares her experience of believing that simply being great at her job would make her visible and promotable and the hard lessons she can share in this area where she had to push herself out of her comfort zone and make herself visible - Valuable tips on presentation skills - that they're underrated “they're the black sheep of corporate skills”, not a “nice to have, but a must”. - How being visible within the org is key to you being seen not just for career profession but also to be visible as role models for others. - A fantastic suggestion that you as an assistant get time in team meetings…helpful for you to start developing your presentation skills. Helps others see you as an equal member of the team. Opportunity for you to stand up and stand out. - How presentation skills build your ability to communicate your value - Why you need to get comfortable with nerves PLUS Four tips for how to get present more effectively How the word Confidence comes from the Latin word ‘fidera' which means ‘to trust yourself' and that is an intentional decision we can make for ourselves Remember the importance of being concise so your message doesn't get lost The value of learning how to use pace in delivering your content and your message. When we speak too fast, we can seem nervous. Managing pause fillers. Something we do when we stop to think.  Listen right to the end to hear about a brilliant free tool that Jeanette is making available for you to get an understanding of the strengths you already possess as a presenter and how you can amplify them. You can find Jeanette's website and the link to the tool here: https://jeanettebotha.com/free-quiz Connect with Jeanette on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeanettebotha/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/jeanettebotha_europe/

Insert:Human
Encore Episode - The Three Truths of Education with Julie Jungalwala

Insert:Human

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 36:36


Julie Jungalwala is the Co-founder and President of the Academic Leadership Group. She is also the Founder and Executive Director of the Institute for the Future of Learning as well as a leadership instructor in Harvard Extension School's Essential Management Skills for Emerging Leaders professional development program. She is the author of The Human Side of Changing Education. Julie has a Master's degree in Education, Technology, and Innovation and Education from Harvard University Graduate School of Education as well as a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Queen's University Belfast. Julie joins me today to discuss the three truths of education, which expose the actual goals of the educational system, what it should be aiming for, and where its weaknesses are. She discusses the need for schools to release control and compliance, helping children be more self-authoring and curious. Julie explores cultural bias and examples of the educational system not leveraging what we know about how humans learn and grow. Julie also reveals five critical decisions and questions for educators and leaders that intersect with the three truths. “With how events have unfolded in the last eighteen months, we really need to make some fundamental changes reflected by these three truths, and our future depends on it.” - Julie Jungalwala This week on Insert:Human ●      Defining the three truths of education●      Why schools are an institute of knowing and not an institute of learning●      How schools need to reorient themselves to help kids be more autonomous●      Enabling human beings to change, learn, and grow continually for the rest of their lives●      How cultural bias affects the educational system●      How the educational system doesn't leverage what we know about how human beings learn and grow●      How experimentation, feedback, and the chance to try again are fundamental to success●      Five critical decisions and questions for any system of education Resources Mentioned: ●      Podcast: The Reinvention Mandate with Julie Jungalwala●      Book: Helping People Change: Coaching with Compassion for Lifelong Learning and Growth by Richard Boyatzis, Melvin Smith, and Ellen Van Oosten Connect with Julie Jungalwala: ●      Academic Leadership Group●      Institute for the Future of Learning●      Reinvention Mandate●      Book: The Human Side of Changing Education: How to Lead Change With Clarity, Conviction, and Courage●      Julie Jungalwala on LinkedIn●      Julie Jungalwala on Twitter Insert:Human - For a Better Life & Better World Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of Insert:Human. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.  Apple Podcasts | TuneIn | GooglePlay | Stitcher | Spotify Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help me reach more seekers and problem-solvers, like you.  Join me on Twitter, Instagram, and Linkedin. For more exclusive content and to claim your free copy of the first chapter of my upcoming book, Technology is Dead, visit my website.

Hear This Idea
#55 – Jassi Pannu and Joshua Monrad on Pandemic Preparedness

Hear This Idea

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 168:38


A full writeup of this episode, including references and a transcript, is available on our website: hearthisidea.com/episodes/pannu-monrad Jassi Pannu is a Resident Physician at Stanford, a Visiting Scholar at John Hopkins, and a Fellow at the Emerging Leaders in Biosecurity Initiative. Joshua Monrad is a Biosecurity Program Officer at Effective Giving and a Researcher at Oxford's Future Humanity Institute. We discuss: The post-COVID biosecurity landscape, including the American Pandemic Preparedness Plan The Biological Weapons Convention and current issues in dual-use research The role of antivirals, increasing vaccine capacity, and market failures Similarities and differences between GCBR mitigation and general pandemic preparedness How some interventions are underpinned by global cooperation If you have any feedback, you can get a free book for filling out our new feedback form. You can also get in touch through our website or on twitter. Consider leaving us a review wherever you're listening to this — it's the best free way to support the show. Thanks for listening!

Getting to Clarity: Creating MORE Success With Less Sacrifice

When you are aligned with the work that you do, you may feel a sense of contribution, that you are playing to your strengths, that you are growing and evolving as an individual professionally, and personally as well. Now, what happens when you are not aligned with the work that you do? The phrase soul-sucking comes to mind because it can feel like that. So, let's talk about how you can make sure you're in alignment with the work you do.

How to Be Awesome at Your Job
812: Bill George on How Emerging Leaders Can Succeed Today

How to Be Awesome at Your Job

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 36:48


Former Medtronic CEO and current professor, Bill George shares foundational principles for excelling as a leader in today's world of work. — YOU'LL LEARN — 1) What a “true north” is and why it's so critical 2) The top three distractions leaders must overcome 3) Powerful questions to clarify your purpose Subscribe or visit AwesomeAtYourJob.com/ep812 for clickable versions of the links below. — ABOUT BILL — Bill George is the former chairman and chief executive officer of Medtronic. He joined Medtronic in 1989 as president and chief operating officer, was chief executive officer from 1991-2001, and board chair from 1996-2002. He is currently a senior fellow at Harvard Business School, where he has taught leadership since 2004. Bill is the author of: Discover Your True North and The Discover Your True North Field book, Authentic Leadership, 7 Lessons for Leading in Crisis True North, Finding Your True North, and True North Groups. He served on the boards of Goldman Sachs, ExxonMobil, Novartis, Target, and Mayo Clinic. He received his BSIE with high honors from Georgia Tech, his MBA with high distinction from Harvard University, where he was a Baker Scholar, and honorary PhDs from Georgia Tech, Mayo Medical School, University of St. Thomas, Augsburg College and Bryant University. • Book: True North: Discover Your Authentic Leadership • Book: True North: Leading Authentically in Today's Workplace, Emerging Leader Edition — RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THE SHOW — • Researcher: Richard Davidson• Book: Younger Next Year: Live Strong, Fit, and Sexy - Until You're 80 and Beyond by Chris Crowley and Henry Lodge • Past episode: 371: The Keys That Make a Great Team with Don YaegerSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Awkward Insurance
Insurance Industry Top Talent: APCIA Emerging Leaders Conference '22

Awkward Insurance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 40:15


Speakers In this Episode In Order:Marguerite Tortorello, Managing Director of Insurance Careers Movement and President of Tortorello Communications CompanyKyle Steele, PL Product Management Supervisor at COUNTRY Financial®Scott Fleming, MBA, CPCU, Multiline Claims Manager at Erie Insurance GroupY'llon Harron, Small Business Underwriter Leader at WestfieldNonya McNiel, CIC, CPIA, District Sales Manager at Erie Insurance Group

Day Zero
Test Your Assumptions

Day Zero

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 22:35


Meet Ben Albert:Ben is the Co-Founder and CEO of Upfront Healthcare Services, Inc.. Prior to launching Upfront, Ben was the Founder and CEO of Care Team Connect, which was acquired by The Advisory Board Company in 2013. Ben also served as an Entrepreneur in Residence and Operating Partner within the Strategic Investments Division of Cambia Health Solutions. Ben received a bachelor's degree from Western Michigan University and an MBA in Entrepreneurship from the University of Illinois Chicago.  Key Insights:Ben Albert is a two-time healthcare founder, with over 20 years of entrepreneurial experience.  Challenge Your Assumptions. Entrepreneurs make a lot of assumptions at the beginning of a startup. Many of those assumptions turn out to be inaccurate. So, founders must use data to evaluate, change, and refine the business model. Acquisition Explained. Upfront recently made its first acquisition: PatientBond. Upfront's mission is to get patients the care they need, and communication is fundamental to achieve that. PatientBond shares that vision and can deliver personalized communication. It was a clear strategy, that would allow for greater impact on patients, and a greater ROI for clients.Founding in Healthcare. Healthcare demands that founders have a robust value proposition, constantly evolve the vision based on data, and be patient. Patience applies to the investors as well; they need to trust the vision and not rush decisions that could hurt the company in the long run.This episode is hosted by Nathan Bays. He is a member of the Advisory Council for Day Zero and is a Senior Banker of Healthcare M&A at Citigroup. Relevant Links:Learn more about Upfront HealthcareRead “Upfront acquires PatientBond; expands capabilities for market-leading personalized patient access and engagement platform”

Glowing Older
Episode 12:1 James Balda on Argentum's Policy Advocacy and Innovative Workforce Solutions

Glowing Older

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 25:51


James Balda is President & CEO of Argentum, a national trade association representing about 75% of professionally managed senior living communities in the U.S. Learn about the association's non-stop advocacy and workforce efforts, and the grant from the Department of Labor to develop apprenticeships for 7,000 industry workers, resulting in 80% retention rates. About James James Balda is President and CEO of Argentum, the leading national trade association serving companies that own, operate, and support professionally managed senior living communities in the United States. Throughout the pandemic, he has led the organization's focus on critical political advocacy and action including obtaining first-in-line COVID vaccine status for assisted living residents, relief funding for senior living providers, and introduction of congressional legislation supporting providers and a strong senior living workforce, putting him on The Hill's 2021 Top Lobbyist roster. In 2015, when Balda joined Argentum—then known as the Assisted Living Federation of America—he directed a comprehensive rebranding of the organization and new key imperatives to reflect the greater scope, choice, and innovation on the rise in senior living. Prior to this, Balda served in several roles at the National Restaurant Association, where he was responsible for advancing the association's business development, insurance, and financial services product strategy. Before this, he was senior vice president of membership and professional development at America's Health Insurance Plans. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Maryland. Key Takeaways Argentum provides members with professional development and training programs such as the Emerging Leaders, Women in Leadership, Executive Director Leadership, and Certified Director of Assisted Living. Since senior living is historically regulated at the state level, federal lawmakers failed to provide federal financial relief prioritization for vaccines and testing during COVID. Argentum and sister associations rallied and educated lawmakers, leading to the creation of the Elder Relief Fund. More technology companies are entering the senior living and aging services space. Solutions such as telehealth, smart homes, and wearables for monitoring and fall prevention are becoming ubiquitous. Increasingly we will see partnerships between healthcare companies and senior living communities, whether hospital systems, Medicare Advantage plans, or physicians' groups, to improve quality of life and help residents age in place. Argentum projects the need for 1.2 million new hires over the next 10 years. Approximately 250,000 are new jobs; the rest is replacement for staff leaving the industry. Senior living competes with restaurants, retail and healthcare. Retention is critical. The senior living industry will be challenged with the issue of affordability. Some providers are coming up with innovative ways to address the middle market segment.

Masters in Psychology Podcast
34: Jeffrey Froh, PsyD – Writer, Professor, and Emerging Leader in the Rapidly Expanding Field of Positive Psychology

Masters in Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 44:33


Dr. Jeffrey Froh is a writer, professor, and fast becoming a leader in the field of positive psychology. He attended St. Joseph's University as an undergrad majoring in sociology and minoring in psychology, that is, until his dad asked him “Jeff, what are you gonna do with a degree in sociology?” After reflecting on this, Dr. Froh recalls answering, “I don't know” to which his dad replied “Well, why don't you major in Psych and minor in Sociology just so you can ‘hang a shingle.'” It was then that Dr. Froh changed his major and began focusing more on psychology. In this podcast, Dr. Froh recalls his academic and professional journey and shares the significant events, experiences, and people who have impacted his life and career. He discusses the reasons why he attended St. John's University in Queens, NY and why he received his graduate degrees in School Psychology. Dr. Froh also shares why he chose the PsyD route versus earning a PhD and explains how it eventually helped him when getting an academic position at Hofstra University. He explains “they were looking for someone with a PsyD” to show students that you can go the academic route instead of the practitioner route. Many people automatically associate PhD with academic and PsyD with practitioner so Dr. Froh was happy to help Hofstra University show that this doesn't have to be the case. During our discussion, he shares how he developed an interest in, and passion for, the rapidly expanding field of positive psychology. Dr. Froh has been teaching at Hofstra University since 2006 and, during this time, he created a Positive Psychology course that is one of the most popular courses in Hofstra's history. He is a Distinguished Teacher of the Year recipient, and he is a New York State certified school psychologist and a licensed psychologist. Dr. Froh is a past Associate Editor for The Journal of Positive Psychology, and he is the Founder and past Clinical Director of the Positive Psychology Institute for Emerging Adults. Dr. Froh provides guidance and advice to those interested in the field of psychology. Among other things, he believes research and clinical experience is crucial for those interested in attending graduate school in psychology. While discussing his career, Dr. Froh admits “every job that I've had, any school psych thing or academic adjunct, whatever, I was able to put the foot in the door was because of a relationship.” He then shares the backstory behind how he got the academic appointment at Hofstra University. He also shares what a typical day looks like as a Professor of Psychology at Hofstra University and reveals that one of the benefits of the job is “you can recreate yourself as a professor, you know, which is one of the beauties of the job.” Dr. Froh explains how he met his wife and how they became co-owners of Positive Psychological Counseling Services, LLC and why, after working so hard to get the practice up and running, he decided to walk away because he thought he was supposed to be doing something else. Dr. Froh explains that the practice, Family Psychology of Long Island in Oakdale (NY), is still up and running and that Dr. Mark Furshpan is running the business and is a phenomenal clinician. Dr. Froh walked away so that he could focus on writing. This led to a discussion of his new book “Thrive: 10 Commandments for 20-Somethings to Live the Best-Life-Possible” and why he wrote it as well as how he used many different sources in the book including Scripture, science, philosophy, Greek mythology, and stories from his clients, students, and personal stories. One unique thing about Dr. Froh that many people may not know is that he loves listening to Christian rap music. In fact, his favorite artist, NF, is actually highlighted in Chapter 5 of his new book. Connect with Jeffrey Froh: Faculty Website | Faculty Profile | Thrive BookConnect with the Show: Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn https://vimeo.com/762135891

The Nonprofit Exchange: Leadership Tools & Strategies
Fostering and Supporting Emerging Leaders

The Nonprofit Exchange: Leadership Tools & Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 32:37


Fostering and Supporting Emerging Leaders: Interview with Dorien Porter A Senior at Liberty studying Politics from Georgia. Dorien Porter has served our community in many different facets. First at Liberty within its SGA and now as the Executive President of our area's Rotaract Club. Dorien is the outcome of Generational service above self-believers through military service fighting for the United States.  Dorien Brings countless invaluable leadership experiences and religion to the political table with grace and truth, to lay the foundation for the upcoming generations. As FDR once said, we cannot always build the future for our youth but we can make our youth for the future, and Dorien is heading the four fronts here in our community to bring the future young professionals together here in the Lynchburg Area Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Day Zero
Innovation From the Inside Out

Day Zero

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 19:53


Meet Erik Kulstad, M.D.:Erik Kulstad, M.D. is the Co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of Attune Medical and Advanced Cooling Therapy Inc. He is also a practicing emergency medicine physician and an Associate Professor at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Dr. Kulstad was previously the Research Director at Advocate Christ Medical Center. He received a Bachelor's in Chemical Engineering from the University of Maryland, a Master's in Chemical Engineering from the University of Houston, and an M.D. from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Key Insights:Dr. Kulstad's breakthrough technology provides lessons in patient care and entrepreneurship.  The Science of Cooling. Dr. Kulstad invented a tube that circulates water in a closed loop system in the esophagus to manage the temperature of a patient. Having more control over temperature can improve patient outcomes for different procedures, both planned and emergency.Local Incubator. Ideas are abundant, the hard part is all the steps after the idea. Dr. Kulstad recommends that entrepreneurs connect with local incubators for investors, training, and most importantly, mentorship.Dealing With Rejection. When fundraising, the nos far outnumber yeses. Most people are not prepared for that frequency of rejection. It's important to have reliable mentors that remind you to keep going. This episode is hosted by Rishi Sikka, M.D. He is a guest host for Day Zero and is a Venture Partner at Lifeforce Capital and Professor at Brown University School of Public Health.Relevant Links:Learn more about the Esophageal Temperature Management technologyRead “Significant Milestones in Clinical Development and Continued Fundraising Support Attune Medical's Aggressive Growth Strategy”

The Urban Auntie Show
Episode 45: Music with Isaac Ticknor and Ethan Paul

The Urban Auntie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 44:43


In this episode, Gitsighiy, also known as Isaac Ticknor, from Gatringithchagg (Anvik, Alaska) and Ethan Paul from Holy Cross, Alaska play music. They are musicians of the Two Feather Band, but most commonly known as the Holy Cross Band. Check out their Facebook page! Isaac told some hunting stories and told us about his leadership positions. Isaac is the 2nd Chief of Anvik, former Chairperson for the Emerging Leaders, he served on the Tanana Chiefs Conference Youth E-Board, he served on the Alaska Village Electric Cooperative nominating committee. Like the Urban Auntie Show on Facebook, follow @urbanauntieshow on Instagram and Twitter!

Sound of Goshen
EP48: Sounds Around Town with GEL-Goshen's Emerging Leaders group

Sound of Goshen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 15:34


Come GEL with us!  Goshen's Emerging Leaders group, formerly known as the Young Professionals of Goshen, sat down with us to talk about the group and what they are up too.  Get to know GEL and what they plan on working on.

Leaders on the Move
Build a Strategy That Inspires People to Act w. André Anthony

Leaders on the Move

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 28:56


With us today is André Anthony. For over 20 years André's led through various roles and nonprofits. From the Boys and Girls Club, to Chief of Staff and VP of Strategy at the YMCA of Central New York, to Executive Director of the North Carolina Global Health Alliance, and the VERY soon-to-be CEO of Dorcas Ministries in Cary, North Carolina. All along the way, André focused on building effective organizational strategies and developing leaders. He has led internship and college mentorship programs, was on the YMCA's national steering committee for Emerging Leaders, and was in the US's first Global Change Agents cohort for the World Alliance YMCAs.  What you'll learn: Two critical parts of an effective strategy The process to gain the needed buy-in  and move a strategic plan from start to Board approval How to address and overcome resistance to change when launching a new strategy The need for day-to-day informal and strategic leadership Connect with André and Dorcas Ministries:  Connect with André: linkedin.com/in/andré-anthony-9b576054/ Email André: andreanthony1125@gmail.com Dorcas Ministries: dorcascary.org

Day Zero
A Growth Mindset for Orthopedic Care

Day Zero

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 23:30


Meet Kian Raiszadeh, M.D.:Kian Raiszadeh, M.D. is the Founder and CEO of SpineZone, which provides an alternative approach to neck and back pain without the use of surgery or medications. Dr. Raiszadeh is also an Orthopaedic Surgeon at Kaiser Permanente. Dr. Raiszadeh receive his bachelor's from the University of California, Berkeley and his M.D. from the University of California, San Diego Key Insights:Kian Raiszadeh, M.D. is an Orthopaedic Surgeon trying to cannibalize his own job. Biopsychosocial Model. This model approaches health from an interdisciplinary perspective, analyzing the impact of factors like diet, sleep, exercise, stress, and mental state on a patient's health and pain.Why Venture Capital? SpineZone transitioned to venture capital funding when they saw an opportunity to scale the business and have more support. A mentor once told Dr. Raiszadeh that what gets you to one accomplishment won't necessarily get you to the next. Executing Strategy. For Dr. Raiszadeh, if he's not spending at least a day or two a week thinking about the next one to two years, then he's not adequately spending his time. It's important for founders to be aware of market trends and to routinely evaluate their long-term strategy.This episode is hosted by Rishi Sikka, M.D. He is a guest host for Day Zero and is a Senior Advisor for McKinsey & Company. Relevant Links:Learn more about SpineZoneCheck out Dr. Raiszadeh's book “Take Back Control: A Surgeon's Guide to Healing Your Spine Without Medications or Surgery”

LibVoices
Episode 28:Rhiannon Sorrell on Traditional Knowledge, Community, and Tribesourcing

LibVoices

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 37:53


Rhiannon Sorrell (Diné) is an Assistant Professor at the School of Arts, Humanities, and English and is the Instruction and Digital Services Librarian at Diné College in Tsaile, Arizona, on the Navajo Nation. Born to Red House People and Tangle People Clans, Rhiannon has an interdisciplinary background in information literacy instruction, creative nonfiction, digital humanities, and special collections and archival services to Indigenous populations. She is a member of the 2018 cohort of ALA's Emerging Leaders and serves on the executive board of the American Indian Library Association. Rhiannon is a partner and Diné coordinator for the NEH-funded project, “The Afterlife of Film: Upgrading and Tribesourcing Southwest Materials in the American Indian Film Gallery,” and a member of the 2021-2023 cohort of RBS-Mellon Cultural Heritage Fellows.

Podcasts - SouthBrook Christian Church
Advice from the Most Influential Leader in History Not Named Jesus | Paul, What Would You Say to an Emerging Leader | Charlie McMahan

Podcasts - SouthBrook Christian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 41:56


Intravenous 205
Brittney S. Clark (Season 2 Episode 28)

Intravenous 205

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 27:58


The #FavoriteNeicesClub was, i'm sorry... no IS, the nickname i give to the YPs i adopt. I say was because it is rare that i bring new members into the ranks (nor to my #FavoriteNephewsClub) but there are indeed a chosen few. It started back when, what seemed to be, all of the City's "Emerging Leaders" would descend upon Steel on 1st & 23rd every Thursday. Brittney S. Clark was, and still is, one of my favorites of the favorites! I have watched her evolution in modeling, education and entrepreneurship. Obviously, this podcast is about my friendships here in Birmingham... but one of my goals is to be intentional about introducing business owners whom i work with as well. Climax PR manages the podcast's public relations and i hope you'll give Brittney and her team an opportunity to show you what they can do for you too! For more information check out www.climaxpublicrelations.com.

Land-Grant Holy Land: for Ohio State Buckeyes fans
LGHL Uncut: Women's Basketball Media Day on Mikesell's Return, Emerging Leaders (10/05/22)

Land-Grant Holy Land: for Ohio State Buckeyes fans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 36:29


Throughout the year, Land-Grant Holy Land will be bringing you uncut audio primarily from Ohio State press conferences, but also from individual interview sessions. To tip off the 2022-23 season for the reigning Big Ten Regular Season Champions, the Ohio State women's basketball team, represented by head coach Kevin McGuff and five players, discuss a wide range of topics. Coach McGuff shares his excitement about point guard Madison Greene's return to the Scarlet and Gray after sustaining a season-ending injury right before the 21-22 season. He also discusses this year being an open competition and how he's challenged his team with a non-conference schedule not seen in a few years. Guard Taylor Mikesell discusses when she knew she was returning to the Buckeyes instead of trying her hand in the WNBA Draft. Forward Rebeka Mikulášiková talks about her growing leadership within the team and who she thinks will win Thursday's Buckeyes on the Blacktop three-point shootout. Finally, Greene talks about her return, senior Jacy Sheldon discusses having so many Central Ohio stars on the team and Rikki Harris is going to continue what she did last year to separate herself as one of the strongest defenders on the team. Connect with Thomas: Twitter: @1ThomasCostello Theme music provided by www.bensound.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Bridge the Gap: The Senior Living Podcast
CW 124: Developing Emerging Leaders: How Organizations Can Set New Leaders Up for Success With Anthony Ormsbee-Hale

Bridge the Gap: The Senior Living Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 18:54 Transcription Available


Starting or participating in a mentorship program can be daunting for individuals and organizations alike. Anthony Ormsbee-Hale answers questions submitted by Bridge the Gap listeners about mentorship programs and includes additional resources that anyone can use to maximize their mentorship experience. Free Resources from Anthony: Predictive Index Behavior Assessment: https://assessment.predictiveindex.com/bo/6qk/BTGPODCAST Professional Development Plan Template: https://bit.ly/3dr0Cyu In the next episode, Anthony shares tips for individuals who are exiting a mentorship program and taking the next steps in their careers. Connect with Anthony on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aoh/ Meet the BTG Contributors.Sponsored by PEAK Senior Living by Functional Pathways.Connect with us on social media:YouTube InstagramFacebookTwitterLinkedInTune in each Wednesday for a new episode of the Contributor Wednesday series! Visit our website for more episodes and information at BTGvoice.com.Produced by Solinity Marketing.