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Motivated to Lead Podcast - Mark Klingsheim
24 minutes | Jan 19, 2022
Episode 132: Craig Clay, President, Global Capital Markets, DFIN
This week, we interview Craig Clay, the President of Global Capital Markets at DFIN. Before his current role, he served as senior vice president at R.R. Donnelley, leading the Global Capital Markets and Legal Process Outsourcing business. Before joining the company, Craig was a leading financial analyst at American Eurocopter, a subsidiary of Aerospatiale. Craig received a Bachelor of Business Administration from Baylor University and earned a Master of Business Administration from Southern Methodist University. Craig serves as a trustee for Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City and is a Peloton Document Solutions, LLC board member.
32 minutes | Jan 13, 2022
Episode 131: FairWays to Leadership, Dr. Eric Boyd & Anna Boyd
This week we welcome Dr. Eric Boyd and Anna Boyd to the podcast. Eric is an award-winning Associate Professor of Marketing who teaches sports marketing and sales in the DeVos Sport Business Management program at the University of Central Florida. Anna Boyd brings her clients over 25 years of experience as a trusted senior leader in the government, corporate and non-profit sectors where she led housing, mortgage finance and community development policy at a national level. She is also a certified Executive Coach. They are the founders of FairWays to Leadership (fairwaystoleadership.org), a nonprofit organization providing leadership development training to college students from diverse communities using the game of golf.
25 minutes | Jan 6, 2022
Episode 130: Developing Resilience as a Leader, Edward (Ned) Powley (Replay)
This week we revisit the subject of developing resilience with Edward H. Powley, Ph.D. (Ned) is an Associate Professor of Management in the Graduate School of Defense Management (GSDM) at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS). He teaches organizational behavior in the MBA and EMBA programs for GSDM. He facilitates workshops, coaches senior leaders, and teaches modules on leadership and emotional intelligence for the Center of Executive Education (CEE) and the Human Resources Center of Excellence (HRCOE) at NPS.
26 minutes | Dec 16, 2021
Episode 129 : Kirk Williams, CHRO, DFIN
This week we interview Kirk Williams, the CHRO of Donnelly Financial Solutions (DFIN), a $1B global financial compliance company based in Chicago. In this role, Kirk is responsible for setting all Human Resource and Communications strategies for the company and leads a team of 35 professionals who support 2,500 employees in 14 countries worldwide. Kirk has extensive experience working with executives and boards of directors. He is known for being a transformational leader who finds pragmatic solutions to complex problems and helps companies achieve superior results. Kirk shares leadership lessons learned in his career.
21 minutes | Dec 9, 2021
Episode 128: The CEO Tightrope, Joel Trammel ( Replay)
In this episode, we revisit our interview with Joel Trammell, a successful CEO, and entrepreneur with more than 25 years of experience. Joel’s leadership as a founder and CEO resulted in successful nine-figure acquisitions by two Fortune 500 companies. In addition to The American CEO blog, he writes regular columns for Inc.com. He published a book – The CEO Tightrope – that describes a systematic approach to the critical chief executive role. In addition, he runs a CEO seminar in Austin every year.
22 minutes | Dec 2, 2021
Episode 127: Caro Van Hove (Replay)
This week we revisit our interview with Caroline (Caro) Van Hove, the President, and CEO of a venture-backed, clinical-stage medical aesthetics company, NC8, an ExploraMed company, and previously held several commercial leadership roles at both start-up and large-cap companies. She is a global commercial leader with over 20 years of diverse experience in the pharmaceutical, consumer, and medical device industry. Her experience spans North America to Europe, Africa, the Middle East to Asia Pacific, and Latin America.
32 minutes | Nov 18, 2021
Episode 126: Randy Haykin (Replay)
In this episode, we revisit our conversation with Randy Haykin. Randy is a serial entrepreneur, angel investor, philanthropist and educator, and “wine angel.” Randy founded the philanthropic venture entity The Gratitude Network (http://gratitude-network.org) to mentor social entrepreneurs globally. Randy currently coaches CEOs and is a Vistage Chair, overseeing a peer group of 16 growth-stage CEOs in the Bay Area. Randy holds a BA from Brown University, magna cum laude, and an MBA from Harvard.
31 minutes | Nov 11, 2021
Episode 125: Brian Dumaine, Author of Bezonomics (Replay)
In this episode, we revisit our interview with Brian Dumaine. Brian is an award-winning journalist and a contributing editor at Fortune magazine. His new book, Bezonomics: How Amazon Is Changing Our Lives and What the World’s Best Companies Are Learning From It (Scribner), takes an unbiased look at Amazon’s increasingly dominant business model, the competitors either imitating or trying to outfox the company, and the ways “Bezonomics” is shaping the life of every American consumer.
29 minutes | Nov 3, 2021
Episode 124: The Motivation Code, Todd Henry (Replay)
This week we revisit our conversation with Todd Henry regarding his latest book, The Motivation Code, Discover the Hidden Forces That Drive Your Best Work. Positioning himself as an “arms dealer for the creative revolution,” Todd Henry teaches leaders and organizations to establish practices that lead to everyday brilliance. He is the author of five books (The Accidental Creative, Die Empty, Louder Than Words, Herding Tigers, and The Motivation Code) which have been translated into more than a dozen languages, and he speaks and consults across dozens of industries on creativity, leadership, and passion for work. With millions of downloads, his podcast The Accidental Creative offers weekly tips for how to stay prolific, brilliant, and healthy. Amazon.com named Todd’s book Die Empty as one of the best books of 2013.
19 minutes | Oct 28, 2021
Episode 123: Dr. Karyn Gordon, Author of The Three Chairs
This week we talk with Dr. Karyn Gordon (Leadership & Relationship Expert) author of The Three Chairs: How Great Leaders Drive Communication, Performance & Engagement. Karyn is the CEO and co-founder of DK Leadership, a global leadership coaching company whose purpose is to develop great leaders at work and home. She has spoken to more than 500,000 people across 17 countries. She is also a media personality & consultant (Good Morning America, Forbes, The New York Times) - and the TV resident Leadership & Relationship Expert for Canada’s #1 Talk-Show - Cityline. In 2021, she was nominated for the 29th annual RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Award.
30 minutes | Oct 21, 2021
Episode 122: Character Matters, Jeff Holmes
This week our guest is Dr. Jeff Holmes. Jeff has more than 24 years of experience in executive-level positions, including 12+ years in founder, executive, and lead roles. Jeff provides senior executive coaching, CEO advising, and C-suite consulting. A dedicated coach for over 30 years, he has worked with top leaders during times of crisis and helped numerous young high potentials move from graduation to placement in high-level leadership roles across the US.
29 minutes | Oct 11, 2021
Episode 121: Peter Greer, CEO, HOPE International
This week Peter Greer joins us as our guest. Peter is the president and CEO of HOPE International, a global Christ-centered economic development organization serving throughout Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Eastern Europe. Prior to joining HOPE, Peter worked internationally as a microfinance adviser in Cambodia and Zimbabwe and as managing director for Urwego Bank in Rwanda. He received a B.S. in international business from Messiah University and an MPP in political and economic development from Harvard's Kennedy School.
41 minutes | Oct 7, 2021
Episode 120: Becoming a Better Negotiator, John Lowry
This week we are joined by Dr. John Lowry, who is a recognized authority on negotiation through his experience as a lawyer, business consultant, negotiation coach, and university administrator. His results-focused, systematic approach to negotiation has been successfully implemented by thousands of professionals across the United States.
32 minutes | Sep 30, 2021
Episode 119: Michael Critelli, Retired CEO, Pitney Bowes
This week we welcome Michael Critelli, former Chairman and CEO of Pitney Bowes, who has been a Fortune 500 company leader, a mailing industry leader, a serial entrepreneur, and a member of multiple non-profit and for-profit fiduciary and advisory Boards, including a 22 ½ year tenure as an Eaton Corporation Board member. He delivered a total return for Pitney Bowes shareholders that exceeded the S&P 500 index during his 11-year CEO tenure, despite a declining US mailing market. He led the company through a transition to digital technology product and software transition and built the foundation for the company’s later pivot to digital commerce.
42 minutes | Sep 23, 2021
Episode 118: (Replay) Dawnet Beverly
This week we revisit our conversation with Dawnet Beverley. Dawnet is a seasoned executive with 30 years of ascending management, sales, and technology roles. She is the Executive Vice President with global responsibilities for Donnelley Financial Solutions Capital Markets Group. Dawnet has served on boards and volunteered her professional expertise to a number of charitable organizations. She holds a master’s degree in Organizational Development from Pepperdine University.
36 minutes | Sep 16, 2021
Episode 117: (Replay) Small Actions, Big Impact, Jane Dutton
In this episode, we revisit our interview Professor Jane Dutton is a world expert in the field of Positive Organizational Scholarship. She shares ideas on how small actions can create a big impact and help your team flourish. Dr. Dutton co-founded the Center for Positive Organizations at the Ross School of Business in 2002. She is the only Distinguished University Professor on the faculty at Ross, which is the highest award given to a faculty member at the University of Michigan.
30 minutes | Sep 9, 2021
Episode 116: Aaron Gani, CEO, BehaVR (Replay)
This week we revisit our interview with Aaron Gani, the founder, and CEO of BehaVR, LLC, creating digital therapeutics for behavioral health through the unmatched psychological power of Virtual Reality. Gani has been creating applications and experiences with technology throughout his career in healthcare and financial services, up to and including serving as Chief Technology Officer of Humana, a Fortune 50 managed care organization.
27 minutes | Sep 2, 2021
Episode 115: Welcome to Management, Ryan Hawk
This week we welcome Ryan Hawk. Ryan is a speaker, author, and podcast host. In his new book, Welcome to Management: How to Grow From Top Performer to Excellent Leader. Hawk is sharing the advice he wishes he knew when he transitioned into a leadership role. Ryan is the host of the popular podcast, The Learning Leader Show, which boasts millions of listeners in 150+ countries. In this episode, Ryan shares how to transition seamlessly from individual performer to exceptional leader.
25 minutes | Aug 26, 2021
Episode 114: The Energy Clock, Molly Fletcher
In this week’s episode, we interview Molly Fletcher. Molly is a popular speaker, the author of multiple books, and a successful entrepreneur. Formerly, she was a top sports agent hailed as the “female Jerry Maguire” by CNN as she recruited and represented hundreds of sport’s biggest names. During this interview, Molly shares the practical advice from her new book, The Energy Clock: 3 Simple Steps to Create a Life Full of ENERGY- and Live Your Best Every Day.
30 minutes | Aug 19, 2021
Episode 113: Gayle Packer, CEO, Terracon
This week we welcome Gayle Packer, Board Chair, CEO, and President, who joined Terracon in 2004. During her 17-years with the company, Gayle has served in multiple leadership roles at Terracon, including attorney, co-general counsel, director of corporate services, and chief administrative officer. She has been instrumental in Terracon’s growth, coordinating the acquisition of more than 50 companies and expanding the company to over 150 offices nationwide.
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