Libby Robinson, is the Managing Partner of Integral, an award-winning leadership, executive coaching and advisory company working with Fortune 1000 companies globally. A former Wall Street Banker, aerospace engineer and National Champion Equestrian, Libby has worked for 26 years with senior leaders globally, helping to bring more mindfulness, resilience and greater capacity to brilliant and ambitious leaders. Integral uses a multi-disciplinary approach to foster deep personal change in leaders and to evoke “conscious leadership” cultures for their clients. Libby's latest venture has been to launch BackFeed+, a new app that helps individuals and organizations get better, faster feedback using a method backed by the latest neuroscience data about how individuals receive feedback with less stress.
As always, this episode of People at Work is brought to you by Jostle. Head over to www.jostle.me to start your free trial today. Clammy hands, dry mouth, body slightly shaking… exactly what happens when you hear the words “I’d like to give you some feedback.” Even worse when they’re paired with “annual performance review”. Maybe that’s a slight exaggeration, but if you’ve ever had a job, you’ve likely experienced the agony of poor feedback. If you’ve ever managed a team of people, you’ve most definitely experienced the discomfort of delivering negative feedback. Libby Robinson is out to change that. Believing that we’ve been doing feedback wrong for many years, Libby advocates for a more proactive approach. It’s not that people don’t want feedback. They just want it on their terms. In this People at Work conversation, Libby shares the research and neuroscience behind a new way of thinking about feedback: when people seek it out, it’s far more pleasant for everyone. Libby’s so committed to doing feedback right, that she’s built a free app called Backfeed+ to facilitate it. If you’d like to join her in the quest to blow up traditional performance reviews and awful feedback, listen in! About our guest: Libby Robinson is the Managing Partner of Integral, an award-winning leadership, executive coaching, and advisory company working with Fortune 1000 companies globally. A former Wall Street Banker, aerospace engineer, and National Champion Equestrian, Libby has worked for 26 years with senior leaders globally, helping to bring more mindfulness, resilience, and greater capacity to brilliant and ambitious leaders. Libby’s latest venture has been to launch BackFeed+, a new app that helps individuals and organizations get better, faster feedback using a method backed by the latest neuroscience data about how individuals receive feedback with less stress. You can connect with Libby on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/integralcoaches. Resources: Learn more about Backfeed+ at www.backfeedapp.com.
Ray McGuire, former Vice Chairman of Citigroup, is a trailblazing African-American Investment Banker who’s currently running as a democratic candidate for mayor of New York City. As an advisor to global corporations and boards, McGuire has worked on an estimated $600 billion in total deals, including Time Warner’s $108 billion merger with ATT in 2018. Though McGuire grew up in a single-parent household in Dayton, Ohio, his smarts, work ethic, and vision for his future landed him at Harvard, where he earned multiple degrees. But last year, McGuire, a committed philanthropist, stepped down from his position at Citigroup to enter the brutal arena of New York City politics. His campaign has emphasized his unique qualifications to lead the city at this critical time: “New York is in a financial crisis that has exploded into a whole bunch of crises — educational, health and criminal justice. If there is a moment in history where my skill set can help lead, this is it.” In this episode, McGuire shares with Rich and Gianni his 4 P-s for success: “prayer, preparation, performance and paranoia”; how he navigated his path as a trailblazing African American banker in ‘80s and ‘90s Wall Street; his pride in his happily-blended family, including stepson, Cole Anthony, the Orlando Magic rookie point guard; and his vision for leading New York City into a brighter future. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
KL101 Laura Gates Executive Coach | CEO Coach | Team Facilitator | Speaker and Author Leading with Purpose in Chaotic Times Episode Summary Laura is an expert coach who explains how we can lead with purpose in chaotic times. We explore the unique framework she created and its application to coaching and team facilitation. Bio Laura Gates is a sought-after executive coach, team facilitator, and advisor to executives at Silicon Valley’s top companies and VC-backed start-up Founders. With over 25 years of coaching experience, Laura’s prestigious client roster includes NASA, LinkedIn, Stanford University, and pioneers in biotech, AI, and cryptocurrency. She’s worked in prisons, homeless organizations, and global women’s initiatives. Her work building high performing teams through navigating conflict have been featured in First Round Capital’s Review. Culture Amp has featured her as a top executive coach. She’s been invited to speak in front of audiences worldwide, including VISA, American Women in Science, The Female Quotient, Consciously Unbiased, and the University of Texas Conference on Work Teams. She’s currently writing a book on harnessing our collective genius and leading with purpose while studying for a Master’s in Organizational Leadership from the University of Redlands. Laura started her career as a Wall Street Banker, has built two companies of her own, and helped found a leadership training company. Website https://gatesgroupllc.com/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/lauragates/ Twitter https://twitter.com/Laurafgates Leadership Quote A mentor once asked me why I wasn't stepping into my leadership. I said: "I'm afraid it will consume me." She said: "Don't worry, it will." She was right. Subscribe, share and review on Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/keep-leading/id1461490512 Full Episode Transcripts and Detailed Guest Information www.KeepLeadingPodcast.com Keep Leading LIVE (Live Recordings of the Keep Leading!® Podcast) www.KeepLeadingLive.com The Keep Leading!® podcast is for people passionate about leadership. It is dedicated to leadership development and insights. Join your host Eddie Turner, The Leadership Excelerator® as he speaks with accomplished leaders and people of influence across the globe as they share their journey to leadership excellence. Listen as they share leadership strategies, techniques, and insights. For more information visit https://eddieturnerllc.com or follow Eddie Turner on Twitter and Instagram at @eddieturnerjr. Like Eddie Turner LLC on Facebook. Connect with Eddie Turner on LinkedIn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Patricia Sexton spent a decade in banking, from Wall Street to Singapore to Tokyo, racking up a roster of major clients. 6:30am on the trading floor, making the kind of money to support the sort of New York lifestyle you see in sitcoms. But her path to fulfillment meant saying no to a coveted job at Goldman Sachs, leaving it all behind, and - wait for it - interning at a TV news station in Mongolia. She's since anchored a talk show on pursuing passions for Sinovision, authored the book "Live from Mongolia," and launched an incredible project called The Happiness Idea. Her path has been filled with surprising moments and emotional stories, from a pivotal week alone in Tibet, to turning down a massive check from her finance boss, and a party in Hong Kong that changed the direction of her life.
Todays show features a former Goldman Sachs and Lehman Brothers alumn who decided to change career paths and go from Wall Street Banker to Function Medicine Practioner. In this episode we start by asking Nancy about her Goldman Sachs and Lehman brothers past and eventually touch on the health and wellness side of things. At the end of the podcast nancy gets into her "First Aid Kit". These are all the essential supplements that she thinks anyone who might think they have CV19 should think about taking. John and I are not medical DR's so you should consult with your own health care provider and like everything else DYOR. Nancy was on the last union of the unwanted and I heard her mention that she used to work for Goldman Sachs but decided to leave that world to enter the world of functional medicine and personally I find that to be one of the most divergent career paths I've ever heard of. I did hear of a former dentist who became a pastry chef and her big thing was baking with xylitol and that is one of the only lectures I remember from my college days. but continuing on with Nancys bio: Nancy Guberti is a Functional Medicine Specialist, Nutritionist, Motivational Speaker, and passionate to empower others to become their health advocate. She is the founder of Total Wellness Empowerment She is also the host of Total Wellness Empowerment Podcast and the author of Healthy Living everyday total wellness for mind and body. Healthy Living Everyday is your wellness blueprint offering an array of alternative healing and preventive therapies, with more than 365 pages of reflective questions, empowering truth, and simple steps covering many alternative factors to wellness. https://nancyguberti.com/ https://nancyguberti.com/podcast/ https://www.youtube.com/c/nancyguberti You can view this content on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQ1_Xczf8EM or LBRY at https://lbry.tv/@thelibertyadvisor:2/tjs-19-our-guest-left-goldman-sachs-to:e For more from Tim Picciott please use the links below: Join the conversation in Tim and John's Discord community: https://discord.gg/vkxUkqg Itunes: https://bit.ly/libertyadvisor Lbry.tv https://lbry.tv/$/invite/@thelibertyadvisor:2 Livestreams at https://flote.app/TheLibertyadvisor Bitchute https://www.bitchute.com/accounts/referral/thelibertyadvisor/ Learn more about Tim's services: www.thelibertyadvisor.com Free 15 min Investing Consultation www.bit.ly/booktimp Subscribe to our emergency text list and receive a free ebook “How it's Rigged – The Economy” Text LibertyAdvisor (one word, no spaces) to 71441
Retired Wall Street Banker Turned Anti-Corruption Crusader on What Must Change Charles Ortel shook Wall Street when he proved that General Electric and other major corporations were overvaluing their stock. In other self-initiated probes he later undertook, he showed that many high-profile, politically connected individuals were actually running illegal, profit-making, billion-dollar enterprises as charities. Call 888-874-4888 to join our live discussion or get your questions answered by Charles Ortel.
Ask Ex-Wall Street Banker Charles Ortel About His Presentation on the Hidden Social, Political and Economic Impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic, and the Tough Spot That Trump Is In. To avoid information overload, former Wall Street banker and multidisciplinary analyst Charles Ortel, takes a midpoint break to answer questions related to his presentation so far. Ortel shook Wall Street when he proved that General Electric and other major corporations were overvaluing their stock. In self-initiated probes he later undertook, he showed that many high-profile, politically connected individuals were actually running illegal, profit-making, billion-dollar enterprises as charities.
Charles Ortel, a former Wall Street banker, in recent years has become a crusader against massive, systemic fraud and major unprosecuted crimes conduct within the financial sector, including corporate, charity and nonprofit fraud. Today, in the second part of a special series, Ortel goes deeper into the social, political and economic fix President Trump is in and why he can't get out of it without causing major collateral damage. Ortel shook Wall Street when he proved that General Electric and other corporations were overvaluing their stock. In self-initiated probes he undertook later, he showed that many high-profile, politically connected individuals were actually running illegal, billion-dollar enterprises as charities.
Charles Ortel, Ex- Wall Street Banker, Explains the Tough Spot Trump Is In Charles Ortel, a former Wall Street banker, in recent years has become a crusader against massive, systemic fraud and unbridled, unprosecuted criminal conduct within the financial sector, including charity and nonprofit fraud. Today, in the first installment of an ongoing series, Ortel presents deep background and sheds new light on the social, political and economic fix President Trump is in and why there is no easy way out of it without causing major collateral damage. Ortel shook Wall Street when he proved that General Electric and other corporations had been overvaluing their stock. In self-initiated probes he undertook later, he showed that many high-profile, politically connected individuals were actually running illegal billion-dollar enterprises as charities.
The most difficult man to nail down for an interview is finally on Seven Million Bikes! Chef and Restaurateur Calvin Bui of El Camino and Dos Amigos Taqueria.A California native born of parents who escaped the fall out of the Vietnam war, Calvin has lived in Saigon for 10 years now and gone from a Wall Street Banker to owning and running successful restaurants in Saigon. Most notable for his fusion of Korean and Mexican food.Calvin and I talk about his love of feeding people, Trip Advisor Reviews and the state of the food and beverage market in Saigon at the moment and why customers need to support local businesses if they want to see them thrive and stay in Saigon. Owner and Founder at El CaminoOwner and Founder at Easy TigerGin Bar, chef / owner at Dos Amigos Taqueria :: Tacos • Burritos • Craft Beer Owner and Founder at 20twenty Kick-Ass Bia HoiInstagram; fkndeliciousnessHow not to treat your customers;https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/food-wine/food-news/68165320/wellingtons-ekim-burger-fires-off-expletive-filled-facebook-rant-at-customersCalvin's response to a 1 star review;https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g293925-d14090367-Reviews-El_Camino_Korean_Tacos-Ho_Chi_Minh_City.htmlShout outs in this episode to;VietceteraSaigoneer PodcastSexy Meat Talks, the PodcastCreators in Saigon PodcastThe Bureau PodcastFalling Jack FruitFresh Catch VietnamStoker Woodfired Grill & BarTomatito SaigonOcto Tapas RestobarSecret GardenCalvin's Hidden Gem
The most difficult man to nail down for an interview is finally on Seven Million Bikes! Chef and Restaurateur Calvin Bui of El Camino and Dos Amigos Taqueria.A California native born of parents who escaped the fall out of the Vietnam war, Calvin has lived in Saigon for 10 years now and gone from a Wall Street Banker to owning and running successful restaurants in Saigon. Most notable for his fusion of Korean and Mexican food.Calvin and I talk about his love of feeding people, Trip Advisor Reviews and the state of the food and beverage market in Saigon at the moment and why customers need to support local businesses if they want to see them thrive and stay in Saigon. Owner and Founder at El CaminoOwner and Founder at Easy TigerGin Bar, chef / owner at Dos Amigos Taqueria :: Tacos • Burritos • Craft Beer Owner and Founder at 20twenty Kick-Ass Bia HoiInstagram; fkndeliciousness
There are Spirit Animals, and then there's a Power Animal. Your Power Animal has been with you since birth, and you can call on it whenever you need protection or guidance in life. Join host Stephanie Powers as she interviews Wall Street Banker turned Shaman, Lori Morrison, as she shares how to find your Power Animal and how to communicate with all animals to receive assistance from the Universe...Follow Lori on Instagram! @lorikmorrisonTo book a session with her: www.lorimorrison.comTo purchase 'A Shamans Guide to Power Animals' : https://secure.lorimorrison.com/powers?r_done=1 *Special thank you to this week's sponsor, LOLA! For 40% off your subscription, head to mylola.com and enter code LIGHTWORKERS Intro song: Spring by Ikson https://soundcloud.com/ikson Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/5WPnrvEMIdo Song during LOLA Ad:Spring by Ikson https://soundcloud.com/ikson Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/5WPnrvEMIdo Outro song: Journey by Jay Hifive & Broken Elegance https://soundcloud.com/brokenelegance Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/eTtyZDU6WZQ Follow Stephanie on Social Media! Instagram:@stephanies_destiny and @lightworkerslounge
This week we sit down with Jeremy Feldman, Head Coach of the Men’s Tennis Team fresh off his third season as a Niner. Join us as we hear about his life growing up as a tennis player in NY, playing for Cornell, and his transition from Wall Street Banker to College Tennis Coach.
A journey from Wall Street to a healthy snack alternative—and then to a brand new career. Side Hustle School features a new story EVERY DAY of someone who started a hustle without quitting their job. You’ll learn how they got the idea, how they overcame challenges along the way, and what the results are. Share: #SideHustleSchoolShow notes: SideHustleSchool.comTwitter: @chrisguillebeau Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
One of the best ways to reach your goals is to get exposed to people who are working at a high level. What are the most dangerous things in business? Why is tracking in business such a necessity? How do you adjust if you’re not getting the results you want? On this episode, we are joined by former Wall Street banker and successful businessman Michael Margolies, who shares the mindsets and practices that have been instrumental in his success. Takeaways Machine learning is putting unbelievable stress on people to become fast learners. You have to create a repeatable process to replicate your success. Assess what you’re doing periodically and make sure you’re working off of 60-day or 90-day plans. At the start of the show, Michael shared how he got started, and why it’s so important to be a lifelong learner. We also talked about the strategy all successful business organizations have, and why it’s so important to always be in action mode. At the start of the show, Michael shared how he got started, and why it’s so important to be a lifelong learner. We also talked about the strategy all successful business organizations have, and why it’s so important to always be in action mode. We also discussed; The importance of tracking and knowing your numbers The quickest thing to adjust if you’re not getting results In business, you’re either walking towards the light or walking towards the dark. It’s so crucial to arm yourself with as much education as possible, and to know your business in and out. In today’s world, there’s no hiding, the cycles are fast and it quickly becomes evident who is BSing and who isn’t. Stay in an action-oriented state of mind, and always organize and prepare so you’re ahead of the curve.
Whitney Johnson shares her amazing journey from studying music to becoming a top Wall Street Banker, an Investor and now also Author. Her latest book is "Disrupt Yourself" which fits perfectly to the theme of the Podcast. Her journey wasn't as streamlined as it sounds. She disrupted herself multiple times. And she has also had her lows. What I really liked about the conversation with Whitney was that she made me share some of my lows and own disruptions too. We also discuss her model from the book when you go through such a disruptive phase in your life. Tune in and enjoy the honest and raw conversation! More about Whitney Whitney Johnson was recognized as one of the world's most influential management thinkers in 2015, and was a finalist for the Top thinkers on Talent at the biennial Thinkers50 ceremony in London. She is best known for her work on driving corporate innovation through personal disruption. She is formerly an Institutional Investor-ranked analyst for eight consecutive years, including at Merrill Lynch, and is the former president and co-founder of a boutique investment firm with Harvard Business School’s Clayton Christensen. Johnson is the author of the critically-acclaimed Disrupt Yourself: Putting the Power of Disruptive Innovation to Work, one of Inc. Magazines Top 100 Business Books in 2015. She is a frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review, a LinkedInfluencer, co-founder of Forty Women over 40 to Watch, and was named one of Fortune's 55 Women to Follow on Twitter in 2014. You can follow her at @johnsonwhitney - http://twitter.com/johnsonwhitney If you want to sign up for her newsletter, send Whitney an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and say sign me up! And get her book by clicking here!
Jam, Jerusalem and an Awful Lot of Glitter When Jeannie joined her local branch of the Women's Institute in Liverpool, she hoped for a bit of distraction from an ongoing, long term illness. But what she found there was a whole lot more than jam and Jerusalem. Before you could say Victoria sponge cake, she was sashaying down a catwalk dressed as a space alien, complete with ray gun, 8 inch heels and 3 inch red eyelashes, in front of a screaming audience. Welcome to the Vogue Ball - Liverpool's 21st century version of a phenomenon that swept the streets, and then the underground clubs of New York back in the 1980's. You might remember the Madonna song "Vogue" which spread the word - but this dance movement originated in the world of excluded black, gay street kids. Vogueing was an escape from a world which was set up to exclude them. It was all about fantasy, taking on a role for one night only of your dream persona; a Wall Street Banker; a glamorous diva; a film star, or even a creature from another galaxy. In "Lives In A Landscape", Julie Gatenby follows two teams competing in the Vogue Ball - the House of Lisbon, represented by Stephen the bartender, and The House of Twisted Stiches - made up of the entrire committee of the the Iron Maidens WI, while compere of the ball, Rikki Beadle-Blair fills in the history. Producer Sara Jane Hall.