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25 minutes | May 19, 2021
E6P2: Vince Sadusky
Patti and Joe conclude their conversation with Resolutionist, Vince Sadusky, an entertainment industry veteran and former CEO of Univision Communications. In part two, Vince shares how his humble beginnings fueled his future, how he has more time for his family’s philanthropic venture, and what he’s learned about himself in his post-career.
24 minutes | May 12, 2021
E6P1: Vince Sadusky
This week on the Resolutionist podcast, Patti Hart and co-host Joe Pardavila chat with Vince Sadusky, an entertainment industry veteran and former CEO of Univision Communications. In part one, Vince discusses why he failed at retiring the first time, how his adaptability prepared him for his post-career, and how he meets other Resolutionists.
23 minutes | May 5, 2021
E5P2: Shelly Myers and Alfred Seifert
Milledge and Joe wrap up their chat with Revolutionists, Shelly Myers, a retired Air Force officer, and Alfred Seifert, a retired Naval officer. In part two Shelly and Al talk about the ways they’ve engaged the resources they accumulated during their military career, how they developed their elevator pitch and the serendipity that brought the two of the together 33 years ago.
27 minutes | Apr 28, 2021
E5P1: Shelly Myers and Alfred Seifert
This week, Milledge Hart and co-host Joe Pardavila are joined by a Resolutionist Power Couple: Shelly Myers and Alfred Seifert. Shelly is a retired Air Force officer that concluded her professional career in 2013 as the Executive Vice President of MSB Associates and Alfred retired in 2016 after 33 years as a combat arms pilot in the Navy and then the CEO of a cyber security company. Shelly and Al talk about their ‘meet cute’ at the Armed Forces Staff College, how they both transitioned from their lives in the military, and their mutual love of traveling.
23 minutes | Apr 21, 2021
E4P2: Brad D. Smith
Patti and Joe wrap up their chat with Resolutionist, Brad D. Smith, the former CEO of Intuit. Brad and his wife, Alys founded the Wing 2 Wing Foundation, whose mission is to advance education, entrepreneurship, and equal justice in regions that have been overlooked and underserved. In part two, Brad shares why he’s prioritized himself after retiring as CEO of Intuit, how he developed his new elevator pitch for himself and why he’s blessed to have met his soulmate on a blind date.
18 minutes | Apr 14, 2021
E4P1: Brad D. Smith
On episode 4, Patti Hart and co-host Joe Pardavila speak with Resolutionist, Brad D. Smith, the former CEO of Intuit and co-founder of The Wing 2 Wing Foundation. He currently serves as Intuit’s executive chairman of the Board of Directors and is chairman of Nordstrom’s Board of Directors, and a sitting member of the Board of Directors of SurveyMonkey. Brad talks about why he walked away from his role of CEO at the age of 54, the reason he’s busier now than he ever was, and why adaptability, resilience and purpose are critical to the success of college graduates and Resolutionists.
14 minutes | Apr 7, 2021
E3P2: Rod Fallow
Milledge and Joe conclude their conversation with Resolutionist, Rod Fallow the former owner of industrial equipment supply company, Swagelok Northern California. In part two, Rod shares the importance of engaging your resources, why he appreciates getting comfortable with the uncomfortable, and the reasons his wife is the perfect partner for his post-career life.
18 minutes | Mar 31, 2021
E3P1: Rod Fallow
On episode 3, Milledge Hart and co-host Joe Pardavila speak with a brand new Resolutionist, Rod Fallow. Rod just wrapped up a 40-year career with industrial equipment supply company, Swagelok that included a successful 20-year run as the owner of Swagelok Northern California. Rod discusses why the best leaders feel a duty to serve, his passion for improving childhood literacy, and his love of “multi-decade constructs.”
17 minutes | Mar 17, 2021
E2P2: Rebecca "Becky" Halstead
Patti and Joe wrap up their chat with Resolutionist, Rebecca “Becky” Halstead, the founder of STEADFAST Leadership and the author of “24/7: The First Person You Must Lead Is You.” In part two, Becky discusses the transition from the public to the private sector, how she engages her resources in her post military career, and shares leadership advice for executives in 2021.
21 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
E2P1: Rebecca "Becky" Halstead
What do you do after a glass ceiling shattering career in the military? This week, Patti Hart and co-host Joe Pardavila speak with Resolutionist, Rebecca “Becky” Halstead. Becky is retired U.S. Army Brigadier General, the founder of a consultancy group focusing on leadership training and the author of “24/7: The First Person You Must Lead Is You.” In part one, Becky shares her journey to becoming the first female graduate of West Point to become a general officer, what inspired her to pursue a career as an entrepreneur and how she ‘ripped the band’ aid after retiring from the military.
20 minutes | Feb 17, 2021
E1P2: Steve Reinemund
Milledge and Joe conclude their conversation with Resolutionist, Steve Reinemund, the former chairman and CEO of PepsiCo and former dean of the Wake Forest University School of Business. In part two, Steve discusses the importance of finding your passion, how the pandemic has opened up new channels of communication and why going into business with his son has become one of the greatest privileges of his life.
18 minutes | Feb 3, 2021
E1P1: Steve Reinemund
What do you do after running one of the biggest companies in the world and one of the most prestigious schools in the country? On the series premiere of the Resolutionist, Milledge Hart and co-host Joe Pardavila speak with Steve Reinemund. Steve is the former chairman and CEO of PepsiCo and former dean of the Wake Forest University School of Business. In part one, Steve discusses how his transition from the Marine Corp to corporate America prepared him for his post career life, what it was like to walk away from PepsiCo after guiding the company to $9 billion dollars in revenue, and what he means by “growth is oxygen."
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