In this episode, Mary connects with Chip Conley to discuss Chips’ experience as Airbnb’s ‘Modern Elder’, the transformational cure to midlife malaise, how to be an effective and accepted leader regardless of your age and much more.
In this episode, Mary connects with George S. Davis. George recently retired from Intel where he served as CFO. He oversaw Intel’s global finance and information technology organizations, as well as its M & A function.
In this episode, Mary connects with Jorge Aisa Dreyfus. Jorge heads Talent, Capability and Culture at Sage, in what he sees as a fantastic opportunity to support their exciting transformation into a great Digital Network company.
In this episode, Mary connects with Everett Harper, a CEO, entrepreneur, strategist and author of the new book, Move to the Edge, Declare it Center, which offers a pragmatic take on solving complex problems and making decisions through uncertainty and offers leaders a new framework for success in an increasingly uncertain, and unpredictable world.
Mathew Jacob is the Global Senior Organization Development Leader for Novartis. He shares with us his career story and highlights over the course of his 20+ years of experience.
In this episode, Mary and InaMarie discuss the importance of making connections outside of both your company and industry, how to navigate your career well in our new context, why you need to focus on what you want and not what other people think you should want, why personal growth is everything and much more.
In this episode, Mary connects with Ken Coleman who is known as America’s Career Coach. Ken highlights the relationship between struggle and purpose, the secret to persistence, how the people you surround yourself with impact your success and the criticality of clarity of purpose and addressing the biggest obstacles in your way.
What kind of impact do you want to have throughout your life and career? In this episode, Mary talks with Dr. Jann Freed, a leadership development consultant, speaker and a professor of business management, about her concept of The Breadcrumb Legacy. They discuss how to reflect on and leave a meaningful legacy along the way throughout your daily life and career.
In this episode, Mary connects with sport and performance psychologist, Dr. Michael Gervais, one of the world’s leading experts on the relationship between the mind and elite performance. Over the course of a 20-year career working with world class performers and organizations, Dr. Gervais has developed a framework for the mental skills and practices that allow athletes to thrive in pressure-packed environments.
In this episode, Mary connects with John Goldberg, Global Director, Executive Talent Acquisition at The Coca-Cola Company. John leads the executive talent acquisition function for The Coca-Cola Company globally which he created when he joined 18 years ago. He has extensive global experience in identifying and selecting leaders and executives in over 70 countries.