Diversity of Thought in Leadership Teams with Pete Dunbar

Diversity of thought is essential for evolution, but a lot of times, leaders don’t embrace this opportunity. In this episode, Pete Dunbar, Regional President of American Bank of Freedom, joins us to share actionable advice on the importance of diversity of thought in...

Socrates, Plato, and Leadership with Jack Hope

Your value lies in who you are as an individual, not what you do on a day-to-day basis. In this episode, Jack Hope, President of Hope Plumbing, joins us to discuss why as a leader you have to recognize your unique strengths and the perspective you bring to the table,...

Co-Creative Leadership Lessons with Lori Byrd

Public speaking is hard, but does it have to be? For a long time the answer was ‘yes’ for Lori Byrd, President and Co-Founder of 1909 Digital. Quiet classrooms and museums were her comfort zone and then she found herself standing on stages talking to international...

Don’t Be Afraid to Crash with Melissa St. John

“If you’ve not crashed, you’re not driving fast enough.” Those words of wisdom come from Lyn St. James, a professional race car driver and motivational speaker. In this episode, our guest, Melissa St. John, CEO and Owner of Relocation Strategies, explains...

The Power of Being Yourself with Jim Eickhoff

Having a servant heart allows leaders to help their people shine and succeed, and who wouldn’t want that? In this episode we’re joined by Jim Eickhoff, President and CEO of Creative Dining Services. He shares valuable lessons on effective leadership, the importance of...

Leaning Into Extreme Ownership in Leadership with Dennis McLaughlin

As leaders, we often strive to obtain the best information possible, but the reality is perfect information is a rarity. In this episode, Dennis McLaughlin, Chief Financial Officer at Fortis, shares his experiences of moving forward without perfect information and how...