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47 minutes | Sep 22, 2020
Legacy | Meredith Raffel
Key Points:Know who you're serving and have a "pay it forward" mentality.Meredith's great appreciation for the arts began with travelling with her parents.When you run a nonprofit, you're at the mercy of others but you're also serving others. It's servant leadership at its finest.Not everyone has an appreciation for the arts, but the arts are still important.Surround yourself with people who will help to guide you.Take time for yourself to reflect and refresh, even if it's just overnight.It's not a male or female problem, it's a human problem. Treat everyone with respect.Quotes:"If you're comfortable enough in your own skin, you don't need to be anything other than authentic and real. It's too hard to be any other way." - Meredith Raffel"Don't come to yourself with the problem – come to yourself with the solution." - Meredith Raffel"My strength lies in the vision." - Meredith Raffel"The worst that can happen is that you fail and you'll probably survive it." - Meredith RaffelLinks Mentioned:www.the-arts-alliance.orghttps://merseffects.blogspot.com/www.fadedred.comSponsors:Wildflower CafeSinclair Community College
31 minutes | Aug 26, 2020
Legacy | Dr. Gail Kist-Kline
Welcome Dr. Gail Kist-Kline, President of The Christ College of Nursing, for part three of A Woman Others Follow!
35 minutes | Jul 29, 2020
Legacy | Cathy Harbison
Join us as fadedRED founder Barbara Hogan discusses the transformation from corporate leadership to small business leadership with Cathy Harbison, owner of Baysore's Flower Shop in Mason, OH.
45 minutes | Jun 24, 2020
Legacy | DeAnn Hurtado
DeAnn Hurtado is a professor of management and marketing in the Business and Public Services (BPS) division of Sinclair. As a professor, DeAnn was awarded the prestigious National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) award, and was selected to lead several student study-abroad trips to Germany, Sweden, Denmark, and Panama. She served as a chairperson for the Marketing/Management department for several years and also represented the division in the dean’s office as the Assistant Dean of BPS, working with faculty to provide classroom and professional development support for the division. Her latest administrative position led her to Mason, to serve as Sinclair’s associate dean, leading the Mason campus and working with community leaders and businesses to align educational offerings to local industry needs.
52 minutes | May 27, 2020
Legacy | Maggie Gough
Maggie Gough, founder and CEO of Realize Wellbeing, has dedicated her life to helping create workplaces that exude energy and innovation through their vibrant, thriving people. Throughout her rich career in the corporate wellness industry, she has become known as a maverick, a champion, a revolutionist, and even a ninja (if you want a good story just ask her about that one). She has become a nationally recognized leader, a dynamic speaker, and a fierce advocate for businesses and the people who work there. Maggie is dedicated to empowering fellow wellness warriors, who through compassion, connection, and vulnerability, will change the landscape of work culture as we know it. She lives in Northern Kentucky with her husband who is her high school sweetheart, her three young kids, and a dog and a cat to complete the common nuclear family.
32 minutes | Apr 22, 2020
Sherry Ratcliffe-Taylor | A Woman Others Follow
Join us as we hear from Sherry Ratcliffe-Taylor, CEO of Mason Deerfield Chamber, on her experience as an executive woman.
28 minutes | Mar 17, 2020
Legacy | Andi Schrock
Meet Andi Schrock, the full time Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer at Shorten and Ryan Funeral Home, and our fadedRED Woman for March!
27 minutes | Mar 3, 2020
Embolden | Real vs. Fake Friendship
Key Points:-A few quality friends are better than a lot of surface-level friendships-Know when to say something and when to let things go-Friendships can change, evolve and grow-Proximity can impact friendships-Friendship is work-Be open to new and different kinds of friendship Things to Look for in a Friend:-Loyalty-Active listening-Being present-Understanding-Intentionality-HonestyLinks Mentioned:www.fadedred.comSponsors:Wildflower CaféSinclair Community CollegeAndy Miller at Waveform
26 minutes | Feb 19, 2020
Legacy | Ashley Husain
As one of the youngest female leaders in the region, Ashley Husain has a thirst for driving innovation, growth, and building relationships. As Associate Partner and Director of Marketing and Graphic Design at VSWC Architects, Ashley’s role is focused on maintaining a strong brand, maximizing cross-marketing opportunities, providing design work for clients, and effectively implementing a workplace culture that inspires professional development and growth. Her vibrant personality and motivation to help her team succeed is the perfect combination for a dynamic leader. She thrives on challenges, particularly those that expand the company’s reach. “The stronger challenge I get, the stronger my motivation to prove that I can make it happen.” Her most recent large project was the design and development of VSWC Architect’s corporate rebrand. Her goals are to create a dynamic and energetic culture for her company, successfully lead a team of designers and marketers, and ultimately to provide exceptional service to clients and the community.
47 minutes | Feb 4, 2020
Embolden | Creating Healthy Relationships with Julie Thomas
Key Points:- If you aren't speaking someone else's Love Language, it can potentially make them feel unloved, even if you do love them and are trying to love them.- Being aware of another person's primary Love Languages helps you love them well.- Your Love Languages can potentially change as you get older. Your primary Love Language as a child may not be the same when you are an adult. (i.e. - A mom may develop Acts of Service as a primary Love Language if she is constantly asking your children to do chores.)Love Language Tips:- Make sure your words of affirmation are specific.- Acts of service can be as simple as bringing someone a cup of coffee or letting someone borrow something.- Gift giving doesn't have to cost anything! It's not about the gift, but the intention behind the gift.Links Mentioned:www.The5lovelanguages.comwww.fadedred.comSponsors:Wildflower CaféSinclair Community CollegeAndy Miller at Waveform
35 minutes | Jan 21, 2020
Barbara Hogan | Why fadedRED? Meet our Founder
Key Points:- fadedRED was born out of Barbara's own life experiences.- The lack of celebration of others is usually driven by insecurity.- Women who work feel guilty about not being home with their kids, but stay-at-home moms feel guilty about not working.Quotes:"We're not at war with men. This is about us." - Barbara Hogan"If we're together, we'll lead." - Barbara Hogan"If you're looking for the world to tell you your worth, the world doesn't know it's worth." - Barbara Hogan"Every human being has worth." - Barbara HoganSponsors:Wildflower CaféAndy Miller – WaveformAli Wolfe Photography
43 minutes | Jan 7, 2020
Embolden | Dreaming Big and Goal Setting with Dr. Melinda Hubbard
Key Points:- Big goals are not unrealistic.- Big goals make you stretch like a rubber band – the rubber band (you and your comfort zone) expands.- Don't snag your own rubber band.Challenge:Set a goal for 2020 and then expand your vision!Sponsors:Andy Miller at WaveformSinclair Community CollegeWildflower Café
38 minutes | Dec 17, 2019
Legacy | Corynne Staresinic
Key Points:- Corynne's vision for The Catholic Woman, her nonprofit, started in college when she converted to Catholicism and began to study theology.- The Catholic Woman highlights the stories of Millennial Catholic women through "mini documentaries" that Corynne and her husband, Nick, create.Quotes:- "Womanhood is more complex than how kind and sweet you are." - Corynne Staresinic- "See the good where the good is." - Barbara HoganLinks Mentioned:thecatholicwoman.coSponsors:- Wildflower Café- Andy Miller – Waveform- Ali Wolfe Photography
46 minutes | Dec 9, 2019
Embolden | Molding a Heart to Give with Dr. Gail Kist-Kline
Key Points: - Gifts can be more than objects and things – it can be experiences, time, kind words, and thoughtfulness, too!- Small gifts can make a big impact.- Be more intentional about creating a culture of giving in your friend group, peer group, and community.Challenge:- Write gratitude card to someone each day until the end of the year and give it to them to show your appreciation!Sponsors:- Andy Miller at Waveform- Sinclair Community College- Wildflower Café
48 minutes | Nov 19, 2019
Legacy | Dr. Melinda Hubbard
Key Points:With adversity comes an opportunity to overcome.You don't have to act like a man to be successful in the workplace.Being on time to pick up your children is just as important as being on time for a board meeting.We are all facing the same challenges.Find a mentor.Stop eating your lunch at your desk!We can learn a lot from listening to each other.Quotes:"I am constantly looking for what is new and better and exciting." - Melinda Hubbard"If you work hard, you can get where you want to go." - Melinda Hubbard"The way we get more women in leadership is to get more women in leadership." - Melinda Hubbard"I had to learn to trust my gut – to trust myself." - Melinda Hubbard"We'll all get there faster the more we support each other." - Melinda HubbardLinks Mentioned:The Hub Leadership Consulting Group: www.thehubleadership.comSheryl Sandberg: https://www.forbes.com/profile/sheryl-sandberg/#56922d3258b6Lean In: https://leanin.org/fadedRED: www.fadedred.comMelinda's fRED Page: www.fadedred.com/melinda-hubbard
46 minutes | Nov 11, 2019
Embolden | Gen Z Leadership with Casey Moran
Key Points:- Servant leadership is empowering others to do their jobs and be leaders themselves.- A leader helps the entire team.- Leadership isn't always on the stage; a lot of it is behind the scenes.- Leaders don't have to be large and in charge!- Serving is about filling others' cups, not your own.- Lead as you would want to be lead.- Invite constructive criticism.- Protect yourself from burnout.Our Sponsors:Andy Miller - WaveformSinclair Community CollegeWildflower Caféfadedred.com.
41 minutes | Oct 9, 2019
Embolden | Personal Brand and Social Media
Key Points:A personal brand is a perception or emotion maintained by somebody other than you that describes the total experience of having a relationship with you.You may have to dig deep into yourself to discover your personal brand.You may not have a million followers, but you do have a platform – your sphere of influence.If you wouldn't do or say it in person, don't do or say on social media.Your personal brand includes how you handle situations.Build the Golden Rule into your personal brand: treat others how you want to be treated!The three words that describe you can help you define your personal brand.Quotes:"It's hard for us to grasp the consequences [of social media posts] that can happen in the future." - Mariah"Be authentic – however that looks." - Barbara Hogan"We have this culture of 'cancel culture' where if you make one mistake, you're done. We need to practice forgiveness more." - Mariah"It's important to speak up." - Rachel"You don't need to make your private life everyone else's public gossip." - EmmaChallenge:Leave a positive comment on at least one person's social media post this week (or do it in person if you can)!Sponsors:Andy Miller - WaveformSinclair Community CollegeWildflower Caféfadedred.com.
57 minutes | Sep 10, 2019
Embolden | Let's Talk Stress
Join us as Barbara Hogan and Erin Pallotta discuss stress and how to deal with it along with the Embolden Panelists.Key Points:- High school girls and young women are feeling stress and the common denominator is expectations around high school, college, and choosing a career path.- We put a lot of stress on ourselves (inner stressors) to measure up to expectations – ones that are put on us and ones that we create for ourselves.- Pressure from outer sources (parents, society, administration, etc.) can cause stress, especially if we don't feel like we're measuring up to their expectations. We can feel like we're letting people down.- Many times, we handle stress by expressing other emotions (sadness, anger, irritability, etc.), but not everyone experiences or handles stress in the same way.- Being able to healthily cope with our own stress allows us to help others healthily cope with their stress.Quotes:"It's not unrealistic to dream and want big things for yourself." - Rachel"Give 100% of your 80%." - Caroline"You can do it – you just have to decide." - Barbara HoganChallenges:- Create a game plan for how to handle stress when it comes up. Have a Plan B if you can't do Plan A. Keep them in your mental back pocket so they are readily available when they are needed!- Find a person you can talk to daily about how you really feel and not just say "I'm fine."Links Mentioned:Dr. Melinda Hubbard -thehubleadership.comMelindasleadership.comSponsors:Wildflower CaféSinclair Community CollegeWaveformfadedRED.com - born to serve, live to lead
42 minutes | Aug 12, 2019
Embolden | What are you thinking?
Key Points:The three words you would use to best describe you can help shape your identity – you are more than what you do and the grades you get!Your inner voice is typically the strongest voice you hear."Popularity" is subjective; it can be good or bad.It's a good thing to be in multiple friend groups, but it can be hard to find where you fit in.We're quick to judge ourselves but feel conceited when complimenting ourselves – why is that?The term "best friend" can be harsh, especially when you have multiple best friends for different reasons.Even the most positive, inclusive, and involved people can feel left out or rejected.At the core of yourself, who are you? This is a question you'll continually answer throughout your life.A lot of our inner self-talk is negative and are things we would never say to another person. Swap what you default to.Replace your negative thoughts with positive thoughts.There will always be someone who is better at something than you, but there are also things you can do that others can't.We don't always see what others see in us.The world needs us to be who we are. We can all contribute something!Even if you don’t feel like it, YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES!Challenges:Say three positive things about yourself in the mirror every day.Affirm at least one person every day.Links discussed in this podcast:What Will You Believe About You?: www.fadedred.com/blog/what-will-you-believe-about-youThe Taste Test: www.fadedred.com/blog/the-taste-testWho Switched Off My Brain? By Dr. Caroline Leaf
22 minutes | Jun 19, 2019
BONUS EPISODE: Meet the fadedRED Team
Welcome back to the fadedRED Podcast, everybody! We are so happy to have you join us today as we do a special introduction to our team, our vision for the rest of the year, and a few exciting things on the horizon. Barbara kicks us off with a little bit of background to her work and her motivation behind fadedRED before we hear from Erin, Leonora and Amelia about their involvement and excitement about things going forward. We all share a few fun facts as a way of introduction and each contribute some thoughts on the role this podcast can play in the lives of our listeners. We chat a bit about the upcoming Legacy and Embolden branches of fadedRED and what these podcasts will be aimed at before looking forward to the calendar over the next few months. For all this and more, tune in with us today!Key Points From This Episode:• Barbara's earlier years, education and an important experience in counseling.• The idea and vision behind fadedRED.• Meeting Erin, Lenora and Amelia with some fun facts!• A little bit of word association with the team to get things started.• Some information on our other podcasts, Legacy and Embolden.• Erin's experiences in coaching cheerleading and the struggles she noted.• Would you be interested in appearing on our Embolden Podcast?• The upcoming events on our calendar for the summer!• And much more!Tweetables:“I grew up and found out that fear wasn't my friend.” — Barbara Hogan [0:03:55]“I am passionate about empowering women to be who they were made to be so that we can raise up the next generation.” — Erin Pallotta [0:06:08]“I don't think any teen or any high-schooler gets to be a part of podcasts.” — Amelia Moran [0:08:09]“If someone says the word legacy, I think of stories.” — Leonora Pallotta [0:12:27]Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:fadedRED — https://www.fadedred.com/Meet the REDs — https://www.fadedred.com/meet-the-redsTimbelo — https://www.timbelo.comBarbara Hogan – https://www.linkedin.com/in/barbarahoganAfidence — https://www.afidence.com/Erin Pallotta — https://www.linkedin.com/in/erin-pallotta-9744a5112Global Awakening — https://globalawakening.com/
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